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Jenks Student Receives Perfect ACT Score

A Jenks high school senior is being recognized for his perfect score on the ACT.

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Amazing Oklahoman: Lisa Bain

One amazing Oklahoman is all about spreading joy to everyone she meets.

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6 Things To Know (Sept 23): Late Justice Ginsburg To Lie In Repose

Here are six things you should know before you set your alarm for Wednesday.

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Dog Takes Dinnertime Excitement To New Level

Most dogs anticipate mealtime, but one dog’s excitement is on a new level.

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CDC Discourages Traditional Trick-Or-Treating This Year

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention discourages kids from trick-or-treating for Halloween this year.

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Governor, Colleges Encourage Students To Stay On Campus To Slow COVID-19 Spread

Governor Kevin Stitt is encouraging college students who have tested positive for COVID-19 to stay on campus to help stop the spread of the virus.

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Oklahoma Grocery, Retail Union Urging Statewide Mask Mandate

A group that represents grocery and retail workers wants the governor to require everyone in Oklahoma to wear a mask.

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City To Improve Lighting At Dangerous Intersection Following Deadly Crash

The City of Tulsa is planning to add lights at an intersection where a man was hit and killed while trying to cross the street.

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Tulsa SPCA Seeks Help After 21 Puppies Rescued In Wagoner County

The Tulsa SPCA is working to find homes for 21 puppies they rescued in Wagoner County.

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Drive-Thru Stands Work To Ensure Tulsans Are Registered To Vote

Drive-thru voting registration stands were set up throughout Tulsa Tuesday by different organizations for National Voter Registration Day, all working to ensure people are registered to vote.

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Man Already Charged With Murder In Multiple Shootings Faces New Charges

A Tulsa man already facing a possible death sentence for murder now has new charges from inside the Tulsa County Jail.

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State Health Dept Announces New Guidelines To Contain COVID-19 In Prisons

State health leaders provided new recommendations on Tuesday to try and cut down on a surge of COVID-19 cases behind prison walls.

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New Tulsa Community Garden Intended As Safe Place To Grow

The pastor of a Tulsa church hopes a community garden will be a safe place for people to learn to grow.

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