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Big 12 Proceeding Toward Playing 2020 College Football Season Despite Big Ten, Pac-12 Cancellations

Big 12 Proceeding Toward Playing 2020 College Football Season Despite Big Ten, Pac-12 Cancellations

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OSSAA Takes No Action In Meeting; Fall Sports To Proceed

OSSAA Takes No Action In Meeting, Fall Sports To Proceed

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Stocks Rebound On Wall Street As S&P 500 Nears Record Again

Stocks Rebound On Wall Street As S&P 500 Nears Record Again

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Therapy Dogs Visit Patients at Children’s National Hospital in D.C.

The COVID-19 pandemic has kept so many of the sickest patients in hospitals from having any visitors, but that’s where some four-legged friends are stepping in.

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Italy’s ‘Wine Windows,’ Used During The Plague, Reopen For Contactless Food, Wine Sales

In Florence, Italy, small, quaint windows offer a glimpse of old world architecture – and some also serve, once again, as a place to get wine. 

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New Jersey School District Nixes In Person Learning After 400 Teachers Opt Out

As schools nationwide struggle to finalize reopening plans, some have abruptly changed course because of coronavirus outbreaks or pushback from the community.

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The Church Studio In Tulsa Installs New Artwork Inspired By Leon Russel's Beard

A new custom work of art in the form of a light fixture is being installed at The Church Studio. The piece was created by the Tulsa Glassblowing School who says it's designed to look like Leon Russell's iconic beard.

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President Trump Calls Harris ‘Nasty’ And ‘Disrespectful’ To Biden

President Trump said Joe Biden running mate Kamala Harris was "nasty" and "disrespectful" to Biden, offering his first reaction to Biden's pick of Harris Tuesday.

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Bartlesville's Sutton Avian Research Center Works To Bring Back Endangered Quail Species

The Sutton Avian Research Center is credited with helping bring back Oklahoma's bald eagle population and contributing to the removal of the bald eagle from the endangered species list. Now it's working to do the same with the masked bobwhite quail, a species senior wildlife biologist Don Wolfe said vanished from the United States around the turn of the 20th century.

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Metro Christian Schools Begin In-Person Classes

Middle and high school students at Tulsa's private Metro Christian Academy will head back to in-person classes on Wednesday

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Media Mogul Sumner Redstone Dies At 97

Sumner Redstone, who built a media empire from his family’s drive-in movie chain, has died. He was 97.

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Promised PPE For Some Oklahoma Schools Running Behind

The Personal Protective Equipment shipment for Oklahoma schools is running late and may not get here in time for some districts' first day back at school.

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Sand Springs To Consider Delaying First Day Of Class

Sand Springs Public School leaders say they'll consider delaying the first day of classes. The superintendent says she will propose pushing back the start of school by four days.

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