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Today's GOP buried in a blizzard of shame

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"Secret Route 66" book utterly readable; would make great stocking stuffer

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Autumn, Halloween events scheduled at OKC Zoo and Botanical Garden

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Oklahoma Right to Birth 5K and Womb Walk this weekend in OKC

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OH, MOTHER! Baffling Aronofsky film raises questions, offers few answers

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Classic East Festival Day Two: Fleetwood Mac steals the show

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Oklahomans protest proposed tax bill at State Capitol

Local artists shine during metro-area festivals

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OU Regent Kirk Humphreys says he has no plans to resign, despite outcry over gay comments

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OKC Zoo welcomes new hippopotamus just in time for Christmas

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Coweta celebrates season with parade, first annual tree lighting ceremony

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Neglected Bruner Cemetery comes back to life after restoration efforts

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Oklahoma City native's fall from the spotlight

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“Native American Day” to replace Columbus Day in Tulsa

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Libertarian Party of Oklahoma to decide on open or closed primaries

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Holt, Maughan take part in OKC FOP mayoral forum

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Baker Mayfield: No. 6 wins OU’s sixth Heisman

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Big honors for a trio of Sooners and a Cowboy

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Okarche police chief critical of predecessor

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Smaller crowd remains supportive of Trump, policies during Saturday rally

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ROAD MASTERS: Rootsy rockers the Mastersons are a major presence on Steve Earle’s latest tour

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SEASON’S EATINGS: LULAC Christmas dinner fundraiser to help reward graduating teens

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Autumn's last hurrah: Fall foliage in Broken Bow

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Iconic Blackwell antique mall up for grabs

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The She Festival aims to support and empower women

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Indigenous Peoples' Day celebrations planned despite City Council's rejection of holiday

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Andy Adams whittles thoughtful folk angles on quaint but sturdy new record

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Strange and True: ‘Wonderful’ folk noir podcast digs into third season of historical oddities

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It's not a sin to be a Dreamer

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A dynamic world requires diversity and inclusion

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MUSIC REVIEW: Darkbird

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BOOK REVIEW: "Astrophysics for People in a Hurry" by Neil deGrasse Tyson

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REVIEW: "A Christmas Carol" at the Lyric

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REVIEW: "Constellations"

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Mental illness or health problems maybe cause of OSU Homecoming crash

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OSU HOMECOMING HORROR: Names of crash victims released

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Free winter clothing for children at juvenile justice center

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Cushing hosts holiday event

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BOOK REVIEW: "What Everyone Needs To Know About Islam" by John L. Esposito

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Dr. Joe Carter announces candidacy for Norman Ward 2 City Council seat

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Big turnout for Rebel Rebel art show in Norman

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REVIEW: Animaniacs Live! was look behind the scenes of an animated classic

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Lankford remains cool, collected at "Java With James" event in Norman

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Run, don't walk to OK Runner in Norman and Edmond

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A Century of Communism: A record of mass murder and oppression

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Sexual assault is rampant among the police, military and UN peacekeepers, too

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Flix Brewhouse, a movie theater with microbrewery, coming to OKC

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FILM REVIEW: "Ladybird"

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The Conservative View - Handwriting on the wall

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The Conservative View - Absolute power

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New British benefit system leaves recipients desperate and destitute

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A "Day Out With Thomas" at the Oklahoma Railway Museum

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