John Moffett thought the Dec. 7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor by Japanese forces marked the beginning of the end, he said.

You can be just about anything or anybody you want after a trip to the Aceco Party Store: Alice in Wonderland, a ninja, Uncle Sam, Hello Kitty, Tigger or Winnie the Pooh, a trekkie, a horse or Elsa from "Frozen."

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While there will still be some debate about whether due to his size, 5-foot-11 Kyler Murray can play quarterback in the professional ranks, there was no better signal caller in the college ranks this season.

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One of the men was walking toward the front door of the business and appeared "startled" to see police, according to the affidavit. He fled back into the business and later was found in a dryer. 

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Magnus Carlsen of Norway defended his title as World Chess Championship against challenger Fabiano Caruana of the United States this past month. Caruana went toe to toe with Carlsen and forced the match into the tiebreaks. The sped-up time controls favored Carlsen, who then prevailed.

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A Tahlequah man received five years in a Department of Corrections facility after pleading guilty Dec. 4 to failure to render aid or seek medical assistance for his wife, who later died.

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Medicinal marijuana is now operationally legal in Oklahoma, meaning it is being cultivated and recommended for treatments.

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Councilors granted authority to the city manager, allowing him to negotiate an economic development agreement that could include the use of public funds for stormwater infrastructure improvements.

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Nearly all Sadler Arts Academy second- through eighth-graders have some role in this year’s “The Nutcracker” performance, Sadler Principal Ronia Davison said.

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UPDATE: A student is in custody of Edmond Police after being accused of being in possession of a weapon at Edmond North High School and then placing the weapon in another student's bag and leaving school.

Former President George H.W. Bush will be praised for his service to our country during a national memorial service today in Washington, D.C.

Fort Gibson National Cemetery has been honoring veterans for more than 150 years by providing a dignified resting place. Over that period, the cemetery has expanded several times, constantly adding gravesites for our Nation’s heroes. Once again, that time has come. Architectural engineers have been working on a plan to develop 3,000 pre-placed crypts and another 1,500 in-ground cremation sites. This expansion will allow the facility to continue to serve our veterans for at least another 15 years. The cemetery is also getting ready to enter negotiations for additional property surrounding the cemetery.

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With the arrival of December comes the arrival also of the Christmas season and with it the traditional songs, stories and TV specials of the holiday season.

Art inspired by artist Woody Crumbo's stained glass window will hang in the Bacone College Chapel — nearly 30 years after the window was destroyed by fire.

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The first words I heard when I walked through the door were, “So much of what you know about Joe is not true.” That was Bill Marcley, my host in Shoeless Joe Jackson’s last home in Greenville. South Carolina. The house is now a museum to the baseball player who is my new hero.

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We’re hard pressed to think of anyone who has had as powerful an impact in Kansas as K-State football coach Bill Snyder, who announced his retirement over the weekend.

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An Oklahoma Department of Corrections inmate who escaped from the Payne County Jail Thursday night by impersonating a Payne County inmate has been captured by U.S. Marshals. The Oklahoma Department of Corrections made the announcement via the department's Facebook page around 12:18 p.m.

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Friday night’s tornado that ripped through approximately 60 miles of eastern Oklahoma should be a cautionary tale to all.

For more than 30 years, Donn Mason has portrayed Santa Claus for the Norman Christmas Holiday Parade, bringing Christmas joy to thousands of children that line Main Street every year.

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Robert Frost said, "If we couldn't laugh we would all go insane." Have you had a good laugh and then thought, that felt good, I really needed a good laugh? Laughter really is a great medicine.

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