The Oklahoma Film Enhancement Rebate program offers a rebate of up to 38% for projects filmed in the state. A separate stand-alone post-production incentive offers a rebate of up to 25% to projects filmed outside of Oklahoma that want to perform post-production services in the state.
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Nevada’s Supreme Court ruled gun manufacturers cannot be held responsible for the deaths in the 2017 mass shooting on the Las Vegas Strip because a state law shields them from liability unless the weapon malfunctions.
Spurred by a recent run of large-scale smash-and-grab robberies, prosecutors and retailers are pushing back on assertions by California's governor and attorney general that they have enough tools to combat retail theft in the wake of a voter-approved easing of related laws.
Katie Pavlich and Charlie Hurt discuss the White House's claim that the pandemic is to blame for the rise in crime across US cities and the vaccine mandate debate occurring in the US senate on 'Kudlow.'
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, renewed her demand for the cancellation of student loan debt in a floor speech Thursday, arguing the financial burden on young Americans was “getting ridiculous.”
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The November jobs report is projected to show that hiring topped half a million for the second consecutive month, even as a labor shortage that economists describe as the worst in decades continues to persist.
The Federal Trade Commission on Thursday sued to block U.S. chip supplier Nvidia Corp.’s proposed landmark takeover of semiconductor-design specialist Arm Holdings, arguing the chip-industry deal is anticompetitive.
'Kudlow' host criticized Joe Biden for policies that led to supply chain backlogs and record inflation.
Soaring inflation is inflicting financial pain on nearly half of U.S. households as prices for everyday necessities like food and gasoline continue to surge, according to a Gallup survey published on Thursday.
The Medicare and Medicare Advantage open enrollment period ends on Dec. 7, but many seniors haven't reviewed their health coverage. Even fewer decided to actually change plans, according to a new survey.
Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., told “Mornings with Maria” Thursday that the Democrats’ spending bill is “bankrupting” our country after Republicans threatened a government shutdown over the party’s’ vaccine mandates if the legislation doesn’t pass.
Strategic Resource Group managing director Burt Flickinger discusses the future of shopping malls in America.
Unless conservative GOP senators relent, Congress appears headed for a government shutdown
Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody says a new state plan to combat crime will catch repeat offenders and make the state feel more "secure."
This holiday shopping season, consumers are ditching short-term Black Friday deals in favor of a more long-term online shopping strategy, according to a new report.
Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody is launching a statewide task force to take on organized retail theft in an effort to bridge the gap between retailers, law enforcement and prosecutors as businesses in states across the nation report nearly a 70% increase in theft over the past year.