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Biden Has Spoken To His Top Choices For Vice President, A Decision Is Imminent

Biden Has Spoken To His Top Choices For Vice President, A Decision Is Imminent

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President Trump Abruptly Pulled From Briefing After Secret Service Opens Fire Outside White House

President Trump Abruptly Pulled From Briefing After Secret Service Opens Fire Outside White House

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US Producer Prices Up 0.6% In July, Biggest Jump Since 2018

U.S. wholesale prices shot up an unexpected 0.6% in July, biggest gain since October 2018, as energy prices moved sharply higher.

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US Stocks Open Higher, Pushing S&P 500 Near All-Time Record

Stocks are opening higher on Wall Street, pushing the S&P 500 ever closer to the all-time high it reached back in February, before the coronavirus shutdowns slammed the economy

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Tulsa Public Schools Announces Special Education Plan

Tulsa Public School officials say they expect about 80% of its special education students to choose distance learning when the school year starts.

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Man Punches Sesame Place Worker Who Asked Him To Wear A Mask, Police Say

Man Punches Sesame Place Worker Who Asked Him To Wear A Mask, Police Say

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California's Top Public Health Official Resigns After Massive Coronavirus Data Glitch

California's Top Public Health Official Resigns After Massive Coronavirus Data Glitch

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Chris Pratt, Katherine Schwarzenegger Announce Birth Of Daughter With Sweet Photo

Chris Pratt, Katherine Schwarzenegger Announce Birth Of Daughter With Sweet Photo

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McDonald's Says Ex-CEO Hid Sexual Relationships With Employees

McDonald's Says Ex-CEO Hid Sexual Relationships With Employees

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McAlester Schools Pushes Back Fall Semester Start To August 26

McAlester Schools Pushes Back Fall Semester Start To August 26

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Tulsa Mayor Bynum Addresses BLM Mural, Mask Mandate Success, & More

Tulsa Mayor GT Bynum joined News On 6 Tuesday morning to talk about issues concerning Tulsa including the city's mask mandate and continued response to COVID-19. The mayor also discussed the city's decision regarding the Black Lives Matter Mural on Greenwood Ave as well as the search for Mass Graves.

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Pawhuska School Board Issues Mask Mandate

Pawhuska Public Schools has set its plans to start the school year. The district’s first day of school is August 20th and as of now students will go back to class in-person unless they choose the district's virtual

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Gov. Kevin Stitt Donates Convalescent Plasma, Urges Others To Do The Same

Governor Kevin Stitt is sharing his experience after donating plasma to help those fighting COVID-19. Governor Stitt tested positive for COVID-19 in mid-July and has since recovered. This week he donated convalescent plasma at the Oklahoma Blood Institute in Enid.

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