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OU Expands COVID-19 Testing Efforts

The University of Oklahoma is expanding its COVID-19 testing efforts. Students who live on-campus will be randomly selected for testing. 

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Oklahoma Family Drives All Night To Nation's Capital In Memory Of Justice Ginsburg

A Tahlequah teenager and his parents drove all night and day to be in Washington D.C. Saturday night to pay their respects to the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

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Tulsa 2020 Census Caravan Encourages Citizens To Be Counted

Once every 10 years, Americans have the opportunity to be counted in the U.S. census. A local group paraded through Tulsa this weekend, making sure more people have done their part when it comes to the once-a-decade count.

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Gov. Stitt Directs Oklahoma, US Flags To Half-Staff After Death Of Justice Ginsburg

Governor Kevin Stitt directed Saturday that all American and Oklahoma flags on state property to be lowered to half-staff following the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

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Antonin Scalia’s Son On His Father’s ‘Odd Couple’ Friendship With Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's famously close friendship with fellow late Justice Antonin Scalia seems, at first glance, an unlikely pairing. The judges, one liberal and one conservative, were almost never on the same side for a decision and neither shied away from voicing their opinions — yet their families were known to spend every New Years holiday together.

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City Of Stillwater Waiting And Seeing How To Keep Fans Safe On Gamedays

Stillwater Mayor Will Joyce said Saturday's Tulsa-Oklahoma State football game will help the city decide what needs to be done next in the city's response to COVID-19.

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Envelope Addressed To White House Contained Ricin

Federal officials intercepted an envelope addressed to the White House that contained the poison ricin, a law enforcement official told The Associated Press on Saturday.

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3 Cowboys Takeaways: OSU Was Chomping At The Bit, But What A Weird Start To A Weird Season

The Cowboys have been chomping at the bit to get their season started and it. Has. Arrived. After a week delay due to COVID-19, we can all agree it was time for the Pokes to take the field.

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President Trump Asks Senate To Consider ‘Without Delay’ Next Supreme Court Pick

President Trump Asks Senate To Consider ‘Without Delay’ Next Supreme Court Pick

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1,237 New COVID-19 Cases, 4 More Virus-Related Deaths Reported, State Health Officials Say

1,237 New COVID-19 Cases, 4 More Virus-Related Deaths Reported, State Health Officials Say

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Wounded Tulsa Officer Continues Path To Recovery

Tulsa Police posted a Facebook video on Friday of Officer Aurash Zarkeshan going through physical therapy.

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1 Person Was Shot During Attempted Robbery, Police Searching For Suspects

1 Person Was Shot During Attempted Robbery, Police Searching For Suspects

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Signature Symphony To Hold Outdoor Concert At ONEOK Field In Tulsa

Signature Symphony will be holding an outdoor concert at ONEOK Field Saturday night.

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