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Casey Gwinn, President of Alliance For Hope International, a California-based nonprofit that assists victims of abuse, said he began to study the connection between domestic abuse and people who shoot police officers a few years ago.

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PEARL HARBOR – Modern attack submarines are the most technologically advanced and capable undersea warfighters in the world. Operating these highly complex submarines require sailors from the U.S. Navy’s submarine community, also known as the ‘Silent Service.’

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Travelers are still coming from far and wide to see one of Rogers County’s favorite Route 66 attractions—Totem Pole Park.

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A McAlester man was charged after he is alleged to have kidnapped an individual and held him at gunpoint in a field before allegedly stealing a phone and a tablet from the man.

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In 1958, a tall, well-dressed woman appeared on the television show "What’s My Line," completely stumping panelists attempting to guess her occupation. Her name was Mary Golda Ross, a female engineer and mathematical genius whose role in early days of spaceflight is largely unknown.

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"It's (a show) that people have really asked to see a lot over the years, so I thought it would be kind of fun. And I thought it would be a little bit of a challenge in the political climate, because the show is set in the '50s ... so times are very different." — director Tammy Wilson 

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The Lord knew what He was doing then and I am confident He knows what He’s doing now. He knows the path He set before me. I need to trust Him as I’ve done so many times before.

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Americans deserve an attorney general who will uphold the Constitution for all Americans — regardless of race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender or religion. We have not had that under Sessions. It seems likely our lot will stay the course, if not worsen, under Barr.

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With the state's 57th Legislature underway, one of the state's largest economic influencers will visit the capitol next week, when 75-100 Cherokee Nation citizens head to Oklahoma City.

Valentine’s Day cards have streamed into the Jack C. Montgomery VA Medical Center during the week-long National Salute to Veteran Patients event — so much so that every in-patient veteran has received multiple cards, said Director Mark Morgan.

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WASHINGTON — Oklahoma’s delegation was split on Thursday’s votes for a $333 billion spending package that includes funding for a physical barrier along the U.S.-Mexico border and would avoid another government shutdown.

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1. Middle of the field: Oklahoma coach Skip Johnson likes that he has shortstop Brandon Zaragoza back, as well as two catchers — Brady Lindsly and Justin Mitchell — who can rotate behind the plate and as designated hitters.

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Although only 3,600 voters turned out for the election, they came from all across Enid. A precinct-by-precinct breakdown of how many residents voted for each candidate and what happens to Ward 6 seat when its current commissioner is sworn in as mayor in this #ENE story. 

 

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She told police she was afraid the situation would become violent, according to the affidavit. 

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To keep Britney Gomez’s memory alive and maintain a public focus on the case of her disappearance and death, her biological mother, Bernadine Bear Heels, and her adoptive parents, Curtis and Joann Knighten, have planned a candlelight vigil to begin at 6:30 p.m. Saturday at the Pontotoc County Courthouse Plaza.

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"The Entrepreneur: From Crisis to Calm," will be held 12:30-6 p.m. Thursday and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Feb. 22 at Northwestern-Enid, room 218, 2929 E. Randolph.

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When Democrats regained control of the House of Representatives, there was some cause to not feel total despair. It seemed inevitable the Dems would overplay their hand and eventually expose their true colors. Gaining power was the intoxicant they desperately sought, far exceeding any desire to actually govern responsibly.

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NORMAN — Oklahoma State House Minority Leader Emily Virgin, D-Norman, called a report that shows tens of thousands of teachers have left the profession in Oklahoma over six years "alarming."

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It's no secret Oklahoma's prep basketball playoff system has vexed me since the day I arrived here now more than a decade ago. One thing that is clear, no matter the common sense arguments, our friends at Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association have no interest in changing a system devised 49 years ago. 

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The state House on Wednesday voted to advance a controversial measure that would allow Oklahomans to carry firearms with no licensing or training.

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The opioid epidemic is not limited to one area of the U.S., and one of the most impacted parts of the country is here in Cherokee County.

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Here, where we live, many have been here for a generation or longer. Others may have settled within their own lifetimes. Our experience with the land as settled people makes us different and unique from a wider worldview of an average person on the planet.

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U.S. Marshals concluded a week-long manhunt Tuesday when they found and arrested Raymond Lane Jr. in Vinita, according to a news release from the Wagoner County Sheriff's Office.

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The cup of community support runneth over for Junior Achievement of Oklahoma – the enthusiastic response to their 9th annual '80s Bowl-A-Thon event has prompted the organization to add a second, earlier session.

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NORMAN — Ana Llanusa’s layup careened off the glass, missing the rim and thudding directly into Mandy Simpson’s hands like a piece of good fortune.

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