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Argentine Soccer Great Diego Maradona Dies At 60
Argentine Soccer Great Diego Maradona Dies At 60

Diego Maradona, the Argentine soccer great who was among the best players ever and who led his country to the 1986 World Cup title before later struggling with cocaine use and obesity, has died. He was 60.

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OSDH: 3,732 New COVID-19 Cases, 16 More Virus-Related Deaths Reported
OSDH: 3,732 New COVID-19 Cases, 16 More Virus-Related Deaths Reported

Sixteen more virus-related deaths and 3,732 new coronavirus cases were reported in the state since Tuesday, according to daily numbers released by the Oklahoma State Department of Health.

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OSDH Announces Optional Short-Term Change To Quarantine Policy For Oklahoma Schools
OSDH Announces Optional Short-Term Change To Quarantine Policy For Oklahoma Schools

The Oklahoma State Department of Health announced an optional short-term policy change for schools with students who have been exposed to COVID-19.

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Santa Stops By Philbrook Museum To Inspect Holiday Festival Décor
Santa Stops By Philbrook Museum To Inspect Holiday Festival Décor

Santa Claus made special trip to Tulsa to do a final walk through of Philbrook Museum's Holiday Festival décor.

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Bruce Boynton, Who Inspired 1961 Freedom Rides, Dies At 83
Bruce Boynton, Who Inspired 1961 Freedom Rides, Dies At 83

Bruce Carver Boynton, a civil rights pioneer from Alabama who inspired the landmark “Freedom Rides” of 1961, died Monday. He was 83.

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 Mysterious Monolith Discovered In Utah Desert
Mysterious Monolith Discovered In Utah Desert

A public safety crew flying over southeastern Utah found an "unusual" monolith in a remote area of the state. The sleek metal structure embedded in the ground is at least 10 feet tall, and no one seems to know how it got there. The Utah Department of Public Safety (DPS) said Monday that Aero Bureau and wildlife resource officers were conducting a count of bighorn sheep last week in Red Rock Country when they spotted the object and landed nearby to investigate further.

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McAlester City Council Approves Citywide Mask Mandate
McAlester City Council Approves Citywide Mask Mandate

The City of McAlester approved a mask mandate at a city council meeting on Tuesday night. According to the mandate, masks will now be required by the city in public spaces as well as stores and restaurants.

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Sen. Lankford Co-Sponsors Resolution Recognizing November As Native American Heritage Month
Sen. Lankford Co-Sponsors Resolution Recognizing November As Native American Heritage Month

Senator James Lankford co-sponsored a Senate Resolution recognizing the month of November as Native American Heritage Month. Lankford is a member of the Senate Committee on India Affairs.

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50M People Expected To Travel Nationwide Before Thanksgiving, Experts Say
50M People Expected To Travel Nationwide Before Thanksgiving, Experts Say

The Wednesday before Thanksgiving is known as one of the busiest travel days of the year, and even with COVID-19, travel experts say they still expect that to be true. An average of 55 million people travel around the country for the Thanksgiving Holiday each year, but even as the CDC pushing people to consider the risks of COVID-19, an estimated 50 million people are still expected to head out of town.

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Dunkin' Announces Limited-Edition Coffee Scented Candles
Dunkin' Announces Limited-Edition Coffee Scented Candles

Love the smell of Dunkin' coffee but don't live near a shop? The restaurant chain can help this holiday season — just light a candle. Dunkin' is teaming with home-fragrance company Homesick to offer limited-edition candles scented like the restaurant chain's original coffee and peppermint mocha coffee blends, the companies announced Monday. A third smells like the company's "old-fashioned" donuts.

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Tulsa Police Search For Couple Involved In Subway Robbery
Tulsa Police Search For Couple Involved In Subway Robbery

Tulsa police say they are searching for a suspect involved in a robbery at a Subway near I-244 and North Garnett Road. According to officers, it happened around 10 p.m. on Tuesday when a man and a woman walked into the restaurant. Officers said that the man began demanding money from the register before walking around the service counter making claims that he had a gun.

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Tulsa County Sheriffs Office Partners With Tulsa Fraternal Order Of Police For Annual Toy Drive
Tulsa County Sheriffs Office Partners With Tulsa Fraternal Order Of Police For Annual Toy Drive

The Tulsa County Sheriffs Office is partnering with the Tulsa Fraternal Order of Police to make sure children have a merry Christmas this year. The two organizations are partnering together for the 38th annual Mike Clancy Toy Drive.

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OSU Student Researchers Work To Set World Record For Fastest Drone
OSU Student Researchers Work To Set World Record For Fastest Drone

A group of student researchers at Oklahoma State University are teeming-up with students from across the globe to create an unmanned aircraft that can travel faster than the speed of sound. The team has already built the engine for the aircraft and they are currently working on the frame.

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