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NO 'DAY' FOR YOU! OKC City Council sends clear message to indigenous community

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DANCIN' WITH MR. T: Tonight's "Goat's Head Soup" debate

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War hero convicted of killing son was 'railroaded,' family says

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Sex, Drugs, and “Suits”: Shawnee teen's disappearance remains unsolved after 30 years

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Kids aren’t bonsai trees

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Back-to-school 2016 is in the books

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CONCERT REVIEW: Tegan and Sara's Love You To Death Tour

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Cyndi Lauper just wants to have fun

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‘This should be called State Question 666, not 777’

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Happy World Contraception Day!

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State revenue failure equals educational funding failure

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Adventure Road leads to success for Chickasaw tourism venture

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A candid look at the State Fair

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Marietta: More than meets the eye

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KNOCKIN' ON A VOTER'S DOOR: Tales from the campaign trail

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BACK IN TIME: A Millennial's take on FlashBack RetroPub

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Cowboys look to lasso Longhorns

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Team USA wins first Paralympic volleyball title

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Magnificent Seven: Nothing short of magnificent

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Westbrook brings sneak peek to OKC

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Congressman Russell IDs $10 billion in federal financial mismanagement

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Sheriff candidate tries to gun down incumbent over jail conditions

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UPDATE: More info on Saturday’s Phi Delta Theta/Indigenous protesters clash

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FOWLER’S FLIX 09.22.16: GOD GAVE ROCK AND ROLL DOCS TO YOU

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IPD supporters once again disgraced by council vote

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City Council told "time is now" to implement Indigenous Peoples' Day

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COPAN: A once bustling town, now peacefully quiet

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The Clif Fitness: Not the usual routine

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"Fully Committed"

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"Newsies"

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“Putting service and faith above all,” Benghazi survivor tells his story at state GOP event

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Environmental concerns draw crowd for screening of "Oklahoma Shakedown"

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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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Blitz build provides Oklahomans homes

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Reactions varied at OU's presidential debate watch party

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Pollinators are vital for our economy

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Webworms ugly, but not dangerous to trees

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FOOD REVIEW: I’m so fancy – Norman’s upscale comfort food eatery

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RED WHITE & YOU: 10 places in Oklahoma to celebrate Independence Day

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Independence Day closures in OKC

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Marijuana is key to curing the opioid epidemic, latest study confirms

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CAUTIONARY TALE: Quartz Mountain Aerospace and the continuing tax-credit con

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Bicycle event - "Ride for Sight" - planned for Norman community

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FOOD REVIEW: Gigglez Bar & Grill

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New cocktail haven coming to Uptown 23rd

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Thunder look to acquire star forward

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Cleveland champ saves UFC 203

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Head to Prague this weekend for a kolache or two

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Lecture explores the similarities and differences between Islam and Christianity

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The Conservative View – Cowabunga

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The Conservative View – Planning for the future?

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Attorney commits suicide amidst lawsuits, criminal investigation

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Seminole couple facing first-degree murder charges in Colt Clark case

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Cruz big winner in Iowa, but Sanders steals the show

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Cheap oil is killing Oklahoma’s economy

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