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This is Mike Mezeul IIOn this episode I chatted photography with Mike Mezeul II. Mike is an outstanding photographer, he's been feature in National Geographic, Today.com, Yahoo.com and NBC News.

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Rebuilding America: How will life in Oklahoma look after COVID-19?As states across the U.S. begin to reopen, what will the "new normal" be like for Oklahoma?

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2nd child's body found in Oklahoma; officials unsure if remains connected to missing toddlers casePolice in Oklahoma said they found a boy's body Wednesday in Bird Creek in north Tulsa.

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Oklahoma assistant coach Bhavnani on his NBA journey, how Indians can reach the next level and moreVin Bhavnani has worked as a scout, player development manager and as assistant coach during his time in the NBA.

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Point of View: College student gets lesson in Oklahoma fines and feesShe was driving 57 mph on a divided four-lane route, and the sign ahead read 55 mph.

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Oklahoma oil prices and drilling report for May 28, 2020Alfalfa: BCE-Mach LLC; State 33-26-11 No. 3H Well; NE1/4 NW1/4 NE1/4 NW1/4 of 33-26N-11W; 58 barrels oil per day, 779,000 cu-ft gas per day, TD 10,538.

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Oklahoma football: Player card for No. 14 Charleston RamboSooners Wire will be creating player cards for readers to be introduced to the 2020 roster.

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1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Commission to commemorate 99th anniversaryThe 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Commission announced it will commemorate the 99th anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre this weekend.

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Zach Lowe argues that the best format would be to limit the participants in the continued NBA season to the 16 current playoff teamsRamona Shelburne and Adrian Wojnarowski report on the latest developments on the NBA re-start, including a plan to allow limited family to attend games 19 mins ago.

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Ramona Shelburne and Adrian Wojnarowski report on the latest developments on the NBA re-start, including a plan to allow limited family to attend gameZach Lowe argues that the best format would be to limit the participants in the continued NBA season to the 16 current playoff teams 8 mins ago.

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Oklahoma football: Player card for No. 12 Drake StoopsSooners Wire will be creating player cards for readers to be introduced to the 2020 roster.

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Senior Shout-Out: Jenks' Caylor HessenHe will be attending Oklahoma State University in the fall and major in finance.

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Oklahoma football: OU with five of the best teams to never win a titleOklahoma finished with five teams on EPSN's list of best teams to never win it all.

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Oklahoma man catches record-breaking paddlefish on Keystone LakeAn Oklahoma man set a new state record after catching a giant paddlefish over the weekend.

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Oklahoma football: Player card for No. 17 Marvin MimsSooners Wire will be creating player cards for readers to be introduced to the 2020 roster.

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Hobart's Celebration of Freedom rescheduled for fall, General Tommy Franks Museum to reopenThe Celebration of Freedom is organized annually by the General Tommy Franks Leadership Institute and Museum, along with the Hobart community, and usually features carnival rides, a children's pageant, food and craft vendors and other festivities.

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Factory Obscura announces phased reopening, safety requirements for 'Mix-Tape'The reopening for the hands-on, interactive art playground is planned in phases, with safety guidelines such as mandatory masks for guests, required advanced reservations and social distancing standards.

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Serving Tongue in 1920Standard Sentinel, Stilwell, Oklahoma May 27, 1920, page 2 Beef tongue is so well known and liked that it needs no praise.

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Oklahoma couple celebrates 70th wedding anniversary amid pandemicAn Oklahoma couple is celebrating 70-years as husband and wife during the pandemic.

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Oklahoma seeks federal help to beat unemployment fraudOKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation says its investigation into fraudulent unemployment claims made during the coronavirus pandemic has been turned over to the U.

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Oklahoma high court says redistricting petition can go aheadOKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma Supreme Court says a group that wants a bipartisan commission to redraw Oklahoma's legislative and congressional districts may proceed with its initiative petition.

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1 in 3 Oklahoma households are facing food insecurity because pandemicLocal organizations helping feed people during this crisis are estimating it could be up to three years until we are back to our old food insecurity rates.

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The Garage Burgers and BeerIf you read my blog or follow me on social media, then you know my blog is all about food in the LowCountry of South Carolina.

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Tulsa churches look to beat violence with prayerThe Glory Center of Tulsa invited church leaders from states away for an event called "Stop the Violence Community Prayer." Pastor Deshawn Hardwell organized the event in response to the recent violent events across the country.

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Oklahoma City Parks To Close Rec Centers Under ProposalExpect Oklahoma City parks to look less tidy, thanks to budget cuts. In an attempt to cut $1 to $1.5 million, Oklahoma City's Parks and Rec Department is proposing an every three week mowing schedule at local parks.

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COVID-19 emergency response grant supports Tulsa nonprofit's free pet food initiativeCOVID-19's wrath even reaches the animals of nonprofit organizations. Animal rescues and foundations struggle to care and provide for their animals throughout the pandemic.

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Edmond North cross country coach runs across Oklahoma while 'living on gas station food'Strahorn, who was Guthrie's cross country coach the past three years, has logged more than 60 miles each of the past three days since starting the journey at 6 a.m.

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U.S. Attorney Shores On How Oklahoma Is Addressing Missing, Murdered Indigenous PeopleNative American Women experience some of the nation's highest rates of murder and domestic abuse.

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Oklahoma City-area school districts to follow OSSAA's proposal to resume sports, beginning June 8Oklahoma City-area school districts will follow the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association's proposal for restarting high school sports and activities, beginning on June 8.

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Artist of the Quarantine: Kenzie McFeely"My goal as an artist, and as a designer, is really to just make people, and myself, feel things."

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Oklahoma AG paid D.C. firm $200,000 for help on Creek caseIn an internal memo provided to The Oklahoman, Hunter's solicitor general, Mithun Mansinghani, said he negotiated a deeply discounted flat fee for the input of Arnold and Porter on the case that was argued last month before the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Body found in river may be that of missing Oklahoma childPolice in Tulsa said Wednesday that a body found in a river in eastern Oklahoma was believed to be that of a 3-year-old girl who disappeared Friday with her younger brother, while the search expanded for the boy's body.

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Tulsa Pop Kids is back with a brand new event: "The Drive-Thru Experience"Get ready! Tulsa Pop Kids is holding a social distancing event called, "The Drive-Thru Experience." It sounds like a similar concept to the Universal Studios back-lot tour and it's right here in Green Country.

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Tulsa's ties to space travelIt took nine years for NASA astronauts to attempt a launch back into space, and in that time leaps in technology have been made that could affect our everyday lives.

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Joe Mussatto runs through the various NBA season scenarios and how they affect the ThunderRamona Shelburne and Adrian Wojnarowski report on the latest developments on the NBA re-start, including a plan to allow limited family to attend games 9 mins ago.

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Elite JUCO DL Isaiah Coe's thoughts on Oklahoma and his futureThe JUCO defensive tackle spoke about the Sooners and his current situation.

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Shining Cities 2020 shows Oklahoma City solar deployment grew in 2019Count Oklahoma City as a "solar builder." Shining Cities 2020, an annual report released by Environment America and the Frontier Group, designated Oklahoma City as such Wednesday.

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Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma providing emergency food boxes during coronavirus testingThe Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma, in partnership with the United States Department of Agriculture , will provide emergency food boxes to people testing for coronavirus in 28 Oklahoma counties.

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Insurance observers worried about the future of Insure OklahomaThough it's been praised by President Donald Trump and modeled by other states, an 18-year-old public-private, state health insurance program — on which thousands of small employers in Oklahoma rely to provide health insurance to their low-income workers for as little as $80 a month — may end if Oklahomans vote to expand Medicaid next month.

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Oklahoma seeks federal help to beat unemployment fraudFormer Oklahoma Employment Security Commission Director Robin Roberson has said thousands of fraudulent unemployment claims blocked legitimate claimants from receiving benefits.

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OSBI officials: Body of missing 19-year-old recovered near Lake TexomaThe Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation announced Wednesday afternoon that the body of a 19-year-old man has been recovered.

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Oklahoma Sooners Football 2020 Betting PreviewWhat are the odds that the Oklahoma Sooners win the Big 12 and/or the National Championship in 2020?

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Oklahomans in Space: A look back through historyAs Oklahomans settle in to watch the historic launch, many can reflect on the astronauts from Oklahoma or ties to Oklahoma who experienced space first hand.

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Body found in river may be that of missing Oklahoma childTULSA, Okla. — Police in Tulsa said Wednesday that a body found in a river in eastern Oklahoma is believed to be that of a 3-year-old girl who disappeared Friday with her younger...

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Backstreet Boys announce rescheduled 2021 tour dates, including OKC showAs previously reported, the hitmakers earlier this month postponed their 2020 North American tour dates in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

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PRESS RELEASE Inaugural Civics Con will highlight Oklahoma engagement on May 29Civics Con, a virtual convention about civics, voting and elections, will be held on Friday, May 29, 2020, from 8:30 a.m.

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J.A.M.E.S., Inc. Helps Teens Who are Also ParentsIn Tulsa provides services free of charge to male and female expectant and/or parenting clients ages 13-24.

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Report: Oklahoma State Redshirt Freshman Quarterback to Enter the Transfer PortalOklahoma State quarterback coach Tim Rattay is going to be one scholarship quarterback short going into the summer.

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When It's Not the Blues: Depression in ChildrenHow would you know if your child is suffering from depression? Here are some common signs and triggers of depression in children.

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Test astronaut from Oklahoma discusses what astronauts for SpaceX launch might be going throughCharlie Dry had Wednesday marked on his calendar for a while. It was supposed to be the first time in nearly a decade when astronauts would have taken off for space from U.S. soil.

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Crossbolts Episode 13Crossbolts Episode 13: Daily Thunder Beat Reporter @brandonrahbar, Senior Writer @oliviapanchal, and special guest ESPN's @royceyoung choose their franchise players - Shai Gilgeous-Alexander vs. Trae Young.

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Best Home Insurance Companies Oklahoma 2020Shopping for insurance in Oklahoma isn't difficult. There are a number of national and regional companies that sell policies in the state.

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Siblings: Turning Rivalry Into RelationshipsSibling rivalry is real. Here are tips for giving your children problem-solving, skills.

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Four Sooners Collect All-America HonorsNORMAN — Four University of Oklahoma track and field student-athletes were named 2020 USTFCCCA Indoor All-Americans, the association announced Tuesday.

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Did You Survive Crisis-Schooling?There are similarities between crisis-schooling and homeschooling, but there are many differences as well.

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Top Doubles Player from Oklahoma Transfers to UCSBNoozhawk.com delivers local breaking news, local sports, schools, nonprofits, obituaries, business, arts and entertainment, calendar, local opinions and more.

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2023 RB Rueben Owens Says Oklahoma 'Showed That They Really Want Me'El Campo, TX, running back tells SI Sooners that LSU and OU are the two programs who contact him most frequently.

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4 new coronavirus deaths reported in Oklahoma, positive cases increase by 92The Oklahoma State Department of Health says there are now6,229 coronavirus cases in Oklahoma since the pandemic began.

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Brooke Lee: Award-Winning Teacher Continues to InspireBrooke Lee, a Language Arts teacher with Claremore Public Schools, recently won the prestigious Milken Teaching Award.

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Oklahoma Workers' Comp Medical Fee Schedule ApprovedThe Oklahoma Legislature has adopted a proposed new Medical Fee Schedule, the Oklahoma Workers' Compensation Commission reported.

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Front Porch DessertsFind four recipes for easy, kid-friendly summer desserts that can be enjoyed on your front porch!

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7 books that should be mandatory for Oklahoma childrenAfter weeks of being disappointed in our state government for a multitude of reasons, I am happy to announce that our lawmakers and governor are using their powers for good instead of stupidity.

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Oklahoma County property sales from The Oklahoman for May 30, 20201,000,000 or more - Meridian5418 LLC from Maple Leaf Ventures I LLC, 5400 N Meridian Ave., Unit A, 5400 N Meridian Ave., Unit B, 5400 N Meridian Ave., Unit C, 5400 N Meridian Ave., Unit D, 5402 N Meridian Ave., Unit A, 5402 N Meridian Ave., Unit B, 5402 N Meridian Ave., Unit C, 5402 N Meridian Ave., Unit D, 5404 N Meridian Ave., 5406 N Meridian...

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Hip Mom Launches a KidOur first child just graduated! While there are many things to focus on when it comes to college application, here are my tips.

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Rebound: Feeding Green Country2 Works for You and The E.W. Scripps Company are giving $12,000 to the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma for its summer feeding program on May 29th.

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Fall semester plans for local universities and collegesSeveral universities and colleges around Green Country announced their plans for the 2020 fall semester.

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Creative Birthday Party Inspiration:Do you need some birthday party inspiration? Here are five fantastic birthday party themes for kids of all ages.

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Oklahoma high court says redistricting petition can go aheadOKLAHOMA CITY — A group that wants a bipartisan commission, instead of state lawmakers, to redraw Oklahoma's legislative and congressional districts may proceed with its initiative petition, the Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled Wednesday.

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Oklahoma seeks federal help to beat unemployment fraudAn investigation into fraudulent unemployment claims made during the coronavirus pandemic has been turned over to the U.S. Department of Labor's Office of Inspector General and the U.S. Secret Service, the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation said Wednesday.

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Financial Tips for Pandemic TimesNo one and nothing has been left unscathed by the COVID-19 crisis, least of all employment and finances.

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May 27: Digital Update with Travis GuilloryDownload our free app for Apple and Android and Kindle devices.

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DOT Issues TIFIA Loan for Oklahoma Expressway ProjectThe U.S. Department of Transportation recently announced it will provide a loan for up to $120.1 million to the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority for an expressway project in the Tulsa area.

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Chris Paul has earned an All-NBA nod this seasonThe Point God has been a top six guard this season and deserves recognition for a career renaissance.

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Kevin O'Connor advocates for a World Cup-style "group stage" for the re-started NBA seasonCatch the latest bolts on Twitter.

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Super-charging Oklahoma: Advocate believes state is well-primed for electric vehiclesClick here for updates on this story. TULSA, Okla. — David Jankowsky believes Oklahoma is absolutely ready to become the electric vehicle capital of the world.

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John Daly begs Daddy Trump to pardon Joe ExoticAs the fabric of our reality shreds by the day, life has been getting weirder and weirder.

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Holy Moley: Oklahoma Science Standards Include Evolution and Climate ChangeThis would not normally be news, but in the a Trump era, when science is disregarded, it is amazing.

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Roundtable: Life Without BasketballHobbies, binge watching, and pep talks: our writers give pointers on surviving in isolation while the NBA is on hiatus.

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How Oklahoma City's Early Decision Saved Lives During COVID-19"No one runs with the intent to dismantle their economy," said Mayor David Holt. However, Mayor Holt admits he would make the decision again to close down his city because it saved lives.

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Oklahoma seeks federal help to beat unemployment fraudAn investigation into fraudulent unemployment claims made during the coronavirus pandemic has been turned over to the U.S. Department of Labor's Office of Inspector General and the U.S. Secret Service, the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation said Wednesday.

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No Way Home by Christy Cooper-BurnettLos Angeles, 2070. Christine Stewart is all excited about her vacation with her son. All she needs to do before embarking on her vacation is to complete a routine task at her job.

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Trump and his Republican Party leaders own 100,000 deathsTuesday, our nation crossed a tragic threshold as the number of deaths from coronavirus passed the 100,000 mark.

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Oklahoma high court: State must accept ballot petitionsOKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma secretary of state's office must accept a group's petitions to get a question on the November ballot that seeks to reduce the state's incarceration rate, the state's highest court ruled, dismissing concerns that doing so would be unsafe because of the risk of spreading the coronavirus.

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Oklahoma Football: OU's COVID-19 plan demonstrates due diligenceKeeping players separated for as long as possible mitigates chances of an outbreak among the team.

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A missing Chelsea, Oklahoma man found drowned in the Verdigris RiverAccording to Oklahoma Highway Patrol, 83-year-old Ronald Baker of Chelsea, Oklahoma drowned on the 22nd of May at an unknown time, approximately.4 miles downstream from Big Creek on the Verdigris River.

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: 'Live From Cains' to feature Paul Benjaman, Jesse Aycock and Beau Roberson tonightDuring this "Live From Cain's: Session," hosted at, fans will be treated to a behind-the-scenes peek at the Cain's Ballroom, including spaces normally unavailable to the general public.

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Oklahoma's Sees Warm Temperatures As Rain Chances Remain LowAs this big upper level low continues to wonder around the southern Plains, Oklahoma's rain chances remain low.

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Daily Headlines: Jalen Kitna Commits to FloridaThe Florida Gators may be leaning on Kyle Trask this season for their College Football Playoff hopes, but their quarterback room of the future got a big upgrade on Tuesday, as four-star Jalen Kitna expressed his verbal commitment to the Gators.

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Hospital Begins Limited Visitation amid Oklahoma ReopeningOKLAHOMA CITY — An Oklahoma City-based hospital system on Tuesday began allowing limited visitation to most patients, including those with the.

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Oklahoma's Sees Warm Temperatures As Rain Chances Remain LowAs this big upper level low continues to wonder around the southern Plains, Oklahoma's rain chances remain low.

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Child's Body Recovered In Verdigris RiverLate Tuesday night, May 26, Wagoner and Muskogee County Emergency Management recovered a child's body from the Verdigris River.

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This is Ryan RodyOn this episode of our Golf series I chatted with Director of Instruction at Southern Hills Country Club Mr Ryan Rode.

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The Best Oklahoma Home Insurance CompaniesIf you're one of the almost 66% of Oklahomans who own their own homes, you know that Oklahoma home insurance is on the expensive side.

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COVID-19 Pandemic Affecting Independence Day Celebrations In OklahomaIndependence Day celebrations in Oklahoma will be different this year due to COVID-19. Stillwater's Boomer Blast has been postponed, with the city.

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How Mask Mandates Were Beaten Down in Rural OklahomaVictor Luckerson writes on mask ordinances and the general coronavirus response implemented by local mayors and city councils in rural Oklahoma, where the Republican governor, Kevin Stitt, is presiding over one of the country's fastest reopening plans.

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Listen To 3Mind Blight's New Single, 'Breaking Down'With raising guitar riffs and soaring vocals giving off a metal / grunge sensation 3MIND BLIGHT's latest single, ‘Breaking Down' is begging to be heard...

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5 COVID-19 deaths reported in Oklahoma, cases nearing 6,200There were 47 more cases of COVID-19 coronavirus reported in Oklahoma on Tuesday and five additional deaths.

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Oklahoma City's May Sales And Use Tax SummaryGeneral Fund sales tax revenue is 2.1% below the fiscal year-to-date projection.

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Mayor Holt, Oklahoma City Council Appoint MAPS 4 Citizens Advisory Board MembersBoard will make recommendations to City Council for planning and implementing MAPS 4. It will meet monthly, with its first meeting in July.

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Sooner Sports Podcast: Jess and Meg talk with Ana and KeytonJessica Coody sits down with Ana Llanusa while Meg McDonald talks volleyball with Keyton Kinley.

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Gasoline prices push higher as demand begins to return, AAA reportsGas prices for drivers across Oklahoma and the nation climbed over the past week. Nationally, the average cost of a gallon of gasoline Tuesday was $1.96, while in Oklahoma, drivers were paying an average of about $1.63 per gallon for fuel, AAA officials said.

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Oklahoma's voting law is under siegeLast month, the League of Women Voters and other groups asked the state Supreme Court to allow absentee voters to return their ballots with a signed declaration that they were qualified to vote and had marked their own ballot.

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Coronavirus in OklahomaThe number of positive COVID-19 tests in Oklahoma increased by 47 to 6,137 on Tuesday, while the number of deaths related to the coronavirus moved to 318, an increase of five.

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Oklahoma football: Player card for No. 13 Colt AtkinsonSooners Wire will be creating player cards for readers to be introduced to the 2020 roster.

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Oklahoma compliance director on NIL legislation: 'The devil's in the details'Jason Leonard: ‘If you have different things for different states, in terms of what's permissible, then it becomes kind of a free-for-all.'

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Father of missing toddlers speaks outA heartbreaking turn of events in the search for two missing Tulsa children.

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Oklahoma High Court Rules State Must Accept Signatures on Sentencing Ballot MeasureMay 26, 2020 By David Lee OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma Supreme Court ordered the state Tuesday to accept over 260,000 in signatures collected for a criminal justice reform ballot question that seeks to end sentence enhancements for nonviolent crimes.

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New Interim Oklahoma Health Commissioner's 1st Day On The JobColonel Lance Frye, MD has taken a top public health position in the middle of a pandemic.

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Class Action Lawsuit Filed Seeking Reimbursement From Oklahoma UniversitiesCollege campuses across the U.S. have been shuttered in recent months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, prompting lawsuits from students and families demanding their money back.

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Raising Cane's to live stream country music eventRaising Cane's, a popular restaurant franchise known for its chicken fingers, is hosting a virtual concert as part of its "Cane's In The Moment" series.

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Integris updates hospital visitation policyWhile no "visitors" will be allowed, each patient is allotted one patient representative, an adult designated by the patient to provide emotional support and assistance with decision making in considering care options.

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Oklahoma becomes 30th U.S. state to enact anti-BDS lawThe Oklahoma House passed the bill, 75-20, back in March. Gov. Kevin Stitt, a Republican, signed it into law on May 22.

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TCSO deputy makes patrolling THA properties much more than just a drive-byA trunk-load of treats is the unique approach one Tulsa County deputy takes to build connections with children living in public housing.

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Oklahoma Forward: Yukon's Freedom Fest will look different this yearLet freedom ring: Fourth of July celebrations will take place in Yukon this year, despite coronavirus concerns.

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Athletes travel to Oklahoma to train for Olympics during pandemicWith pandemic restrictions shutting down most of the country, many athletes started seeking out-of-state options to continue their training.

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Edmond North golfer, Oklahoma State commit Jordan Wilson wins Oak Tree Junior ClassicEdmond North golfer Jordan Wilson won the Oak Tree Junior Classic on Tuesday.

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Catholic Charities, GoFresh distributing free food boxes to familiesCatholic Charities of Eastern Oklahoma announced Tuesday it is partnering with GoFresh to distribute free food boxes through the USDA Farmers to Families Food Box Program.

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Senior Shout-Out: Broken Arrow's Haven ReynoldsHaven was a member of BA's show choir and was named to OKMEA multiple times.

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Trooper says Oklahoma boy's body was found in pond near homeATOKA, Okla. — Oklahoma authorities say the body of a 9-year-old boy who had gone missing was found in a pond near his home.

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Council approves Costco incentive, allocates CARES Act moneyThe City Council for the City of Oklahoma City held a marathon meeting Tuesday and made a number of critical decisions about allocations of money.

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Federal partners to take lead investigating unemployment fraud in OklahomaThe OSBI will continue to be an integral part of the investigation by providing investigative support and continuing to investigate cases within the jurisdictional boundaries of Oklahoma.

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Oklahoma town to host controversial 'Freedom Fest' to celebrate the State's reopeningTuesday evening, Blanchard City Council moved forward with plans to throw a community-wide reopening party by approving a special event permit for the town's upcoming 'Freedom Fest'.

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Tulsa mom gifted stroller for special needs daughter after vehicle is stolenA Tulsa mom has had her hope restored after her family van was stolen over the holiday weekend.

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Former AG requests prosecution of alleged Oklahoma exporters of cockfighting birds"The Eastern District is fraught with individuals who have been involved in the global trafficking and fighting of birds," said Edmondson, who represents several animal rights groups.

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Oklahoma City To Spend $114 Million In CARES Act Money ImmediatelyFighting COVID-19 is costing Oklahoma City millions, but help has arrived. Oklahoma City is getting $114 million in CARES Act money that needs to be spent by the end of the year.

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State Plans to Hire Fewer Contact Tracers Than Experts RecommendOklahoma is moving to hire hundreds of additional contact tracers to help stop the spread of COVID-19 as the state emerges from lockdown.

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What Do Contact Tracers Do? A Reporter Attends a Training Course to Find OutOklahoma Watch reporter Trevor Brown set out to learn what it takes to be a contact tracer, by enrolling in six-hour online training course.

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Video: What Would Group Play Mean for the Oklahoma City ThunderWe take a closer look at a group play format and what it would mean for the Oklahoma City Thunder.

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Oklahoma Restaurant Association raises $500,000 to support restaurant employeesThe Oklahoma Restaurant Association is supporting restaurant employees who lost their jobs during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Federal Relief Money Now Available To Oklahoma Farmers, RanchersAfter nearly two months of waiting, Oklahoma farmers and ranchers can now apply for COVID-19 financial assistance through the federal government.

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Tulsa Air and Space Museum and Planetarium to show historic SpaceX launch on 360-degree domeThe Tulsa Air and Space Museum is gearing up to show the historic SpaceX launch that's scheduled for Wednesday, May 27 at 3:33 pm CDT.

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Artist of the Quarantine: The Dirty FabulousThis all started in the late 1990s in a small rented shack. What began as smallish cartoons has turned into a project spanning more than 20 years and works that have been included in exhibitions in various parts of the globe.

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Continued barge traffic helping lower prices at local storesOne year ago in Muskogee County, record floods kept barges from transporting needed products to farmers and businesses.

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Oklahoma Supreme Court rules Yes on 805 campaign, can turn in signaturesThe Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled in favor of the Yes on 805 campaign's case to require the Secretary of State's office to accept its collected signatures.

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Oklahoma City Council receives $1.66 billion budget for fiscal year 2021The Oklahoma City Council received the City Manager’s proposed $1. 66 billion budget for fiscal year 2021, which begins July 1.

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Sonar used to search Oklahoma pond for 2 missing childrenSearchers used sonar on Tuesday to examine a Tulsa pond for two young children last seen days ago with their noncustodial mother, who was arrested after being questioned about their disappearance.

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Mapping the Need for Contact TracersView the interactive map from George Washington University that models contact tracing needs for each state, county or tribal area.

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Unemployment fraud investigation expands beyond Oklahoma bordersDepartment of Labor. The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation and the Unemployment Fraud Task Force have determined that the scope of the investigation must be expanded outside the borders of Oklahoma, and even the United States.

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Life in Quarantine: Hurting, Hoping and Adapting to the New NormAn Oklahoma City man in recovery from COVID-19 is the first subject of Dany Varghese's photo-documentary "Life in the Pandemic."

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Oklahoma Bans 'Quality of Life' Health-Care RationingOklahoma's governor just signed into law a bill that outlaws such invidious and bigoted discrimination with health care.

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Joe Buettner remembers pre-Thunder OKC life for a young NBA fanAuthor Daily Thunder Staff.

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Museum of Osteology in OKC announces reopeningAs previously reported, the 7,000-square-foot Oklahoma City museum, which features more than 800 animal skeletons, announced in mid-March that it was temporarily closing due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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This is Pam StukenborgOn this episode I chatted photography with Pam Stukenborg. Specifically headshot photography, everyone needs a killer headshot and Pam is one of the best at it.

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Coping With the Unexpected While Expecting During a PandemicFollowing nearly two years of trying to start a family and multiple fertility treatments, the Keeling-Unruh family learned on Valentine's Day that a baby was on the way.

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Oklahoma City Museum of Art reveals reopening date and plansThe museum will reopen with exhibitions on all three floors. In addition to "POP Power from Warhol to Koons," "Dale Chihuly: Magic and Light," "Postwar Abstraction" and "From the Golden Age to the Moving Image" will all be on view.

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Oklahoma waiting till July 1 to reopen facilities for football playersOklahoma is waiting a full month after the NCAA allowed the resumption of on-campus activities to reopen its football facilities.

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Safety protocols announced for The Salvation Army's Boys and Girls Club summer programCopyright 2011 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

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Top 4 quarantine TV showsHomestead rescue - When they pull up on site, sometimes the conditions are dire. People reaching for their off-grid / under the radar paradise in desperate need of a survival tutorial, visited by a family of homesteaders skilled in the ways of living off the land.

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Wilshire Club has been saved!Last week, we reported that the Wilshire Club - a classic Oklahoma City dive tucked away on the fringes of Nichols Hills, near my beloved Luigi's Pizza - was closing its doors after a 62-year run.

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Writer of the Quarantine: William Bradford IIIMy name is William Bradford III, and I'm a writer/poet born and raised here in Oklahoma.

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Even with 1,000 eviction cases filed since March, no COVID spike yetAs eviction petitions continue to add up in the court system in Oklahoma County, actual cases filed so far since March 15 are not up to their normal levels.

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Body of missing Oklahoma boy, 9, found in nearby pondATOKA, Oklahoma — The body of a 9-year-old Oklahoma boy who had gone missing was found in a pond near his home, authorities say.

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Hospital begins limited visitation amid Oklahoma reopeningOKLAHOMA CITY — An Oklahoma City-based hospital system on Tuesday began allowing limited visitation to most patients, including those with the coronavirus, as the state continues to...

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Crossbolts Episode 12Crossbolts Episode 12: Daily Thunder Beat Reporter @brandonrahbar, Senior Writer @oliviapanchal, and special guest ESPN's @royceyoung discuss OKC's biggest rivals.

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18 Years Ago: Remembering the Webbers Falls I-40 bridge collapseToday marks 18 years since the I-40 bridge collapsed southeast of Webbers Falls, Oklahoma.

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PRESS RELEASE Mayor Holt, Oklahoma City Council appoint MAPS 4 Citizens Advisory Board membersMayor David Holt and the Oklahoma City Council appointed 10 volunteer residents and one rotating Council member to the MAPS 4 Citizens Advisory Board.

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Blood Unites Us: Donate to Help Oklahoma Rise and RecoverMay 20, 2020 ─ Blood donors embody the best of who Oklahomans are, giving selflessly so the state can rise and recover together.

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Tyson Foods donates over 700,000 pounds of food to Oklahoma families during outbreakTyson Foods has donated over 700,000 pounds of food to Oklahoma families in need during the coronavirus outbreak.

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Oklahoma Announces Plans to Resume Athletic Activities on July 1The University of Oklahoma announced today that it will re-open its facilities for voluntary football workouts on July 1.

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TPD: Man in custody after shooting in north TulsaThe shooting happened near North Peoria Avenue and the Gilcrease Expressway. Police say a total of five shots were fired.

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Changes and Updates for Komen Oklahoma's More Than Pink WalkAlisa Pope, Event Manager with Komen Oklahoma, gives us the latest details on what to expect moving forward with their big events.

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Situation Updates on COVID-19 from the Oklahoma State Department of HealthFrom a press release sent May 26, 2020 As of this advisory, the State of Oklahoma has reported a total of 6,137 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19.

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma daily update: 47 new cases; 5 new deathsThe Oklahoma State Department of Health announced Tuesday there have been 6,137 total coronavirus cases in Oklahoma.

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Oklahoma football workouts start July 1, behind other Power 5 programsOklahoma plans to begin voluntary campus workouts for football players on July 1, despite many other Power 5 programs starting weeks earlier.

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Oklahoma to allow student-athletes back for football workouts starting July 1The University of Oklahoma announced Tuesday that it plans to reopen its facilities for voluntary football workouts on July 1.

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Oklahoma police search for kids, 3 and 2, missing for days; mother arrestedOklahoma police have ramped up the search for two children missing since Friday, knocking on doors and stopping cars in the neighborhood after sending dive teams to scour nearby ponds.

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Oklahoma City Police searching for woman who used stolen credit cardThe Oklahoma City Police Department is looking for a woman who used a stolen credit card at a business near Northwest Expressway and Classen.

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Drop in cancer screenings amid pandemic: Doctors are worried and warn patients don't delay testing2 Works for You's Gitzel Puente talked to the CEO of the Cancer Treatment Centers of America about the "shadow curve" and why it's important to not put off testing.

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Rylan Stiles highlights the Thunder's best building block playersJD Tailor looks at the Thunder's tough CP3 decision for the 2020-21 season 15 hours ago.

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COVID-19 and the US Meat SupplyIn Oklahoma, Texas County, located in the Panhandle and home to Seaboard Foods, a pork processing plant, is near the top in terms of numbers in the state, according to The Associated Press.

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How will Neutral Court Playoffs Impact Thunder?How will have no home court advantage impact the Thunder's playoff chances?

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ICEE U LATER: Slurpees Arrive at Oklahoma City 7-ElevensWay back in January - when life was a more normal crazy - we scooped the entire OKC business media collective when we reported that Central Oklahoma 7-Eleven Stores were being sold to Corporate Overlords out of Dallas.

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A graduation that didn't happen.A graduation help back because of Covid, led to a beer run to Tulsa.

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Preseason Top 25: Another College Football Playoff appearance not enough for No. 4 OklahomaThe Sooners continue to make the CFP but have been unable to advance to the title game.

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A photo from every triple-double in Russell Westbrook's MVP seasonCatch the latest bolts on Twitter.

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Phase 3 reopening in Oklahoma starts June 1stAs COVID-19 restrictions continue to loosen in the United States, Oklahoma is also prepping to open back up.

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OU football: Voluntary workouts to start July 1, well after many other Power 5 schoolsOU plans to begin voluntary campus workouts for football players on July 1, despite many other Power 5 programs starting weeks earlier.

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Is Oklahoma City a better first-round matchup for the Miami Heat?A new playoff format could have the Miami Heat facing the Oklahoma City Thunder in the opening round of the playoffs instead of the Indiana Pacers.

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Oklahoma pharmacy owner to pay $1M for Medicare fraud scheme: Oklahoma pharmacy owner Jeff Terry was sentenced to three years in prison and ordered toOklahoma pharmacy owner Jeff Terry was sentenced to three years in prison and ordered to pay $1.1 million in restitution after he pleaded guilty to a counterfeit claims scheme.

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Six Flags to Reopen Oklahoma City Park June 5Six Flags Oklahoma City season-pass holders will participate in a limited opening June 5-7, with the park then opening to all customers.

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Oklahoma City: The Land of Basketball Second ChancesLockerroom problem? Injury prone? Overpaid? The Thunder make a habit of turning around perception of players with those labels.

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Oklahoma football won't allow its players back on campus until July 1Lincoln Riley had previously blasted the 'ridiculous' notion of players coming back June 1.

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TLO Restaurant Review: Churros MeoquiThe reddening sky dripped down over the Southside like a sweet fresa topping. I leaned against the side of the car as strands of hair blew into my face, trying to focus on the dessert menu painted skillfully on the food truck; tonight, I was desperately craving a mostly sinful selection of dulces from Churros Meoqui, 5728 S.

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Oklahoma Bans 'Quality of Life' Health-care RationingOklahoma's governor just signed into law a bill that outlaws such invidious and bigoted discrimination with health care.

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From the WTLC archives: Jerry Sloan's Resignation — What It Means for the NBA and the ThunderJerry Sloans Resignation: What It Means for the Thunder and the NBA.

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May 26: Morning Digital Update with Travis GuilloryGet the top headline stories this morning from our 2 Works for You morning show anchor, Travis Guillory.

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Vigil held for Durant teens killed in car crashDozens of friends and family members gathered for a vigil after three Durant teens were killed, and another was sent to the hospital after a car crash, according to KTEN-TV.

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Tuesday Bolts: 5.26.20In an exhaustive look at several sports leagues, ESPN reports that Chris Paul has been involved in an official joint committee between the NBA's player association, ownership, and health experts to consider reopening options for basketball.

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Yes on 802 campaign begins statewide community check in tour in Oklahoma CityYes on 802 supporters and staff will kick off a statewide community check in tour on Tuesday in Oklahoma City.

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Oklahoma set to reopen football facilities for voluntary workouts beginning July 1The NCAA announced last week that schools can open their facilities to players for voluntary workouts beginning on June 1, which has spawned a flurry of announcements from schools and conferences that are chomping at the bit to get back.

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Baker Mayfield and Recent Star Oklahoma QBs Can Thank Lincoln Riley For Their $74 Million PaydayBaker Mayfield, Kyler Murray and Jalen Hurts can thank Oklahoma head coach Lincoln Riley for turning them into wealthy NFL quarterbacks.

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Oklahoma Announces Voluntary Football Workouts Will Begin July 1The University of Oklahoma announced it will reopen for voluntary football workouts, beginning July 1.

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Oklahoma's Health Infrastructure ranked 5th best in nation for Coronavirus pandemicOklahoma ranks as one of the top state's in the nation when it comes to health infrastructure for Coronavirus.

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Frontier City announces reopening date, safety protocolsSix Flags General Manager Trevor Leonard spoke exclusively to "Good Morning America" Tuesday morning from Frontier City to announce that the OKC location will be the first of the chain's theme parks across the country to reopen.

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OKC Thunder: GM survey offers hints to how NBA will resume seasonA survey sent to General Managers will offer input for season resumption preferences. Check out the choices OKC Thunder Sam Presti will ponder.

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Oklahoma City Council considers police, fire cutsPolice and fire were directed to plan for a combined total of more than $8 million in reductions, equal to 3.3% from an adjusted base, favored treatment compared to the 11.25% cuts required of other departments.

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Private school commencement comes under fireNORMAN — A recent private school graduation ceremony attended by hundreds who sat shoulder to shoulder despite direction from the city to practice social distancing amid the COVID-19 pandemic drew national media attention and was mocked on social media by some in the community.

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Widowed mother of four tells her story after her husbands murder case remains unsolvedIt's been a little over four months since Dustin Parker was killed, driving a Rover Taxi Cab on New Years Day.

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The Top 4 Medical Marijuana Doctors in OklahomaOklahoma's top doctors are joining the medical marijuana movement. Here are the four best medical marijuana doctors to see in Oklahoma.

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Oklahoma football: Player card for No. 11 Nik BonittoMaking eight starts in the final eight games of the season, Bonitto has an opportunity to become a cornerstone of the Oklahoma defense.

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Oklahoma football: Player card for No. 10 Pat FieldsSooners Wire will be creating player cards for readers to be introduced to the 2020 roster.

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Oklahoma football: Player card for No. 10 Theo WeaseSooners Wire will be creating player cards for readers to be introduced to the 2020 roster.

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Copperhead Snake Bites 7-Year-Old Boy At Oklahoma Home Yard, Mother Issues WarningThe incident took place when the family was cleaning up their yard. The mother walked into the home to take a break when she heard her son's screams.

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Veteran banker, 91, fought COVID-19 and wonThe voice on the other end of the cell phone captured Gene Rainbolt's attention as he lay in a hospital room struggling with the deadly COVID-19.

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Oklahoma football: Player card for No. 9 Tanner SchaferSooners Wire will be creating player cards for readers to be introduced to the 2020 roster.

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2 Works for You nightly digital update May 25Download our free app for Apple and Android and Kindle devices.

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Oklahoma football: Player card for No. 8 Perrion WinfreySooners Wire will be creating player cards for readers to be introduced to the 2020 roster.

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'Hero' UPS driver stops to fix American flag at Adair, Oklahoma, homeA homeowner says the UPS driver who stopped to fix her American flag outside her Oklahoma home is a hero.

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88 Oh Kaiser, My KaiserThis week's episode is just pure Oklahoma. We talk about the Kaiser system and what it means for America, discuss a certain businessman and a Golden Driller, and get into hunger during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Tulsa-Area Attractions Announce Re-opening PlansAs information becomes available about local attractions' re-opening plans for Summer 2020, we will post updates here.

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University in Oklahoma adds 'back-up faculty' to prepare for in-person fall classesThe number of U.S. coronavirus deaths neared 100,000, as the WHO warned that places where infections are declining could still face a second peak.

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Podcast SnippetAs the calendar gets ready to turn from spring to summer we offer our way too early Top 10 teams for the 2020 college football season.

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Why Bread Can Say "I Love You"As a busy, working Mom, I appreciate convenience. I will gladly pay more money for item B if it will be easier than item A.

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Summer Bucket List: 30+ Free and Cheap Activities around OKCIt's already felt like the longest summer on record but now there are even MORE days to fill.

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Have a Houseparty!Still feeling isolated from the people you care about most? Houseparty is a safe and trusted way to connect with the people you actually want to video chat with!

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No More Bras and Other Great Things About QuarantineI know some of you are expecting a heartfelt post about how blessed I feel that I'm home with my children and we're making sweet memories of baking, crafting, and playing board games.

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Waterway attendance and concerns increase amid COVID-19This year, Tulsa County Game Wardens said they already have seen an uptick in activity compared to last year, but in addition to keeping boaters in life jackets and fishers in legal areas, social distancing has also made it to the top of their safety checklists.

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Daily Thunder / Thunder Every DayCatch the latest bolts on Twitter. JD Tailor looks at the Thunder's tough CP3 decision for the 2020-21 season.

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Video: How Would the Oklahoma City Thunder Fair in a 16-Team PlayoffWe'll tell you who the Thunder would play if the NBA were to seed teams 1-16 in this year's playoffs.

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University of Oklahoma graduates receive a tribute in chalk from facultyWith the help of a few colleagues and a lot of chalk, Kim Gaddie was able to honor the University of Oklahoma's Class of 2020.

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Missing Oklahoma 9-year-old boy found deadATOKA, Oklahoma — Authorities said Monday that a 9-year-old Oklahoma boy was found dead after having gone missing Saturday.

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UPS driver stops during delivery to fix Oklahoma woman's American flagA UPS driver made an Oklahoma woman's Memorial Day weekend when he delivered a package to her home in Mayes County.

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Artist of the Quarantine: Neisha Ford"Self portraits have always helped me understand myself deeper, and they feed different parts of my soul at different times."

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Berry Picking with Your Family in the Tulsa AreaAn updated list of all the places you and your family can pick strawberries, blueberries and raspberries this spring season in the tulsa area.

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Family, friends desperate to find 53-year-old Talina Galloway who disappeared from Oklahoma home after reportedly posting to Facebook that she believeTalina Galloway, 53, of Wagoner, Oklahoma, was last heard from by her boss on March 27, 2020.

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Nowata Co. Sheriff's Office searching for missing 84-year-old manDeputies said Ron Baker from Chelsea, Oklahoma went missing Friday, May 22, around 10:30 p.m.

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A Gold Star mother's Memorial Day messageAs families paid their respects throughout Fort Gibson National Cemetery, one mother held a private ceremony to honor the fallen, and remember her son who she lost 13 years ago.

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5 'Last Dance' lessons OKC Thunder can use to build title teamAs the OKC Thunder moves into a new era there are five definitive lessons they can apply from 'The Last Dance' to help construct a championship club.

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Video: Our All-Time Oklahoma City Thunder Starting FiveEarlier This Week ESPN released their all-time starting five for the Oklahoma City Thunder. Now we give you ours.

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New app will help address homelessness in Oklahoma City"I think we will see success," said City Care CEO Adam Luck. "I feel that in Oklahoma City, we've seen an increased awareness and interest in what is happening in our community in relation to our neighbors without homes." The goal is to have the program up and running by the end of this year.

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Louisiana Linebacker Names Oklahoma State In Top 5Jackie Marshall, East St. John Linebacker includes Oklahoma State Cowboys in Top 5 list.

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Oklahoma woman missing since April following Facebook post that indicated she believed she had coronavirusTalina Galloway, 53, of Wagoner, Oklahoma, was last heard from by her boss on March 27, 2020.

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Oklahoma reports 2 more deaths linked to the coronavirusOklahoma health officials reported another 53 cases of COVID-19 and two more deaths linked to the disease caused by the coronavirus Monday.

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I am the turtle whispererMost of the people reading this will know how much I love animals. Dogs - huge fan.

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Live Blog: Memorial Day storms across Green Country2 Works for You is tracking storms across Green Country on Memorial Day.

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Crossbolts Episode 11Crossbolts Episode 11: Daily Thunder Beat Reporter @brandonrahbar, Senior Writer @oliviapanchal, and special guest ESPN's @royceyoung rank their top 5 NBA point guards.

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Oklahoma reports 2 more deaths linked to the coronavirusOKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma health officials reported another 53 cases of COVID-19 and two more deaths linked to the disease caused by the coronavirus Monday.

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53 new positive coronavirus cases in Oklahoma, including 2 additional deathsThe Oklahoma State Department of Health says there are now 6,090 total coronavirus cases in Oklahoma since the pandemic began.

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New York Times crossword May 24Cover Story: Red Dog documentary chronicles a childhood spent in one of OKC's longest-running strip clubs.

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OHP: Missing 9-year-old boy found deadOklahoma Highway Patrol says a missing 9-year-old has been found dead.

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Catholic Charities, GoFresh giving free food boxes to Oklahoma familiesBoxes include fresh produce and dairy products for anyone who needs food.

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Dennis Schroder purchases his hometown professional basketball clubSchroder becomes the outright owner of Löwen Braunschweig.

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Tulsa City-County Library's Virtual Event Guide: May 25-31The library has a lot of fun, virtual events planned this week! Click the image below to see a PDF of the entire Virtual Event Guide!

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Video: Oklahoma artist Harvey Pratt talks about the Native American Veterans Memorial under construction in Washington, D.C.In honor of Memorial Day, watch Oklahoma artist Harvey Pratt, the designer of the National Native American Veterans Memorial, talk about the symbolism of the memorial's design and how he was inspired to create it in this new interview.

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Tulsa police searching for 14-year-old runaway after father receives threatening textsTulsa police say a father is searching for his 14-year-old daughter after she was picked up by someone in a gold colored minivan on Sunday night.

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Inmate found dead at Oklahoma County jailThe sheriff's office said Saturday that Matthew Mason, 35, was found Saturday morning, and a detention center investigation unit believes he hanged himself.

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Police searching for 2 missing toddlers in Oklahoma, mother in custodyA desperate search is underway for two toddlers who disappeared after police say they were taken by their mother in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

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Eddie Sutton, who died Saturday, was father figure to his playersRandy Rutherford paid a visit to Eddie Sutton during the day Saturday, hours before the legendary basketball coach passed away at the age of 84.

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'It's softball time in Oklahoma': After 30 years in Oklahoma City, the WCWS has forged a bunch of memoriesThe Women's College World Series was scheduled to start this week, for its 30th run in Oklahoma City.

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