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Locust Grove Police Asking For Help In Identifying Bank Robbery Suspect
Locust Grove Police Asking For Help In Identifying Bank Robbery Suspect

The Locust Grove Police Department is asking for the public's help in identifying a suspect in connection to a bank robbery that happened Friday at the First State Bank.

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Lawmakers Discuss Priorities Ahead Of Oklahoma's Upcoming Session
Lawmakers Discuss Priorities Ahead Of Oklahoma's Upcoming Session

Oklahoma's legislative session starts Monday with an address by the governor, who is expected to ask lawmakers for major changes in education. Public schools are always a budget priority, but both parties have other issues they're working on as well.

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Construction Coming To Busy South Tulsa Intersection
Construction Coming To Busy South Tulsa Intersection

Starting Monday, the Oklahoma Department of Transportation will be transforming Highway 169 and Memorial into the first Diverging Diamond Interchange in our area. Construction is expected to be underway through next spring.

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'Chiefsaholic' Bank Robbery Suspect Makes Appearance In Tulsa Court
'Chiefsaholic' Bank Robbery Suspect Makes Appearance In Tulsa Court

A Kansas City Chiefs' Superfan was in court Friday, on charges of robbing a clerk at a Bixby Bank at gunpoint.

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President Biden, Speaker McCarthy In Negotiations Over Debt Ceiling Increase
President Biden, Speaker McCarthy In Negotiations Over Debt Ceiling Increase

One of the most anticipated events of the week in the nation's capital was President Biden hosting Speaker Kevin McCarthy to discuss the debt ceiling and GOP demands for spending cuts. Both men came away from the meeting saying that it went well, which is not necessarily what all were expecting.

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Residents Report Spotting Bobcats In South Tulsa Neighborhood
Residents Report Spotting Bobcats In South Tulsa Neighborhood

A bobcat in a Tulsa neighborhood is causing a lot of chatter among neighbors. The wildlife department said seeing a bobcat, even in a busy neighborhood, isn’t uncommon and people should keep their small pets inside.

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Local Business Will Be Featured In Grammys Gift Bag
Local Business Will Be Featured In Grammys Gift Bag

A local chocolatier in Penn Square Mall will have her tasty treats featured in the Grammys gift bags at the show Sunday.

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OSU Receives Grant To Preserve Sen. Inhofe's Records
OSU Receives Grant To Preserve Sen. Inhofe's Records

The career of Senator Jim Inhofe left a large footprint on the state and national politics, and soon, all of his papers will be housed at Oklahoma State University.

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Man Uses Gargoyle Statue To Break Into Business, Steals Donations For Tulsa Day Center
Man Uses Gargoyle Statue To Break Into Business, Steals Donations For Tulsa Day Center

The owner of Renaissance Brewing Company said someone smashed through their door and stole a box of donated items the brewery was collecting for the Tulsa Day Center.

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Oklahomans Debate State Question 820 On Recreational Marijuana
Oklahomans Debate State Question 820 On Recreational Marijuana

If Oklahomans vote in favor of state question 820 dispensaries would be able to sell to anyone over 21. The group hoping that question 820 passes says the state will make more than $821 million in tax revenue alone from 2024 to 2028, over $164 million a year. 

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FBI, ATF Agents Search For Suspect After Explosives Devices Found At Home In Arkansas
FBI, ATF Agents Search For Suspect After Explosives Devices Found At Home In Arkansas

The FBI and the ATF are asking for help in the search for a man wanted for unlawful possession of an unregistered destructive device.

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China Claims Balloon Over US Is For Weather Research; US Officials Cancel China Trip
China Claims Balloon Over US Is For Weather Research; US Officials Cancel China Trip

Secretary of State Antony Blinken has postponed a planned high-stakes weekend diplomatic trip to China as the Biden administration weighs a broader response to the discovery of a high-altitude Chinese balloon flying over sensitive sites in the western United States, U.S. officials said Friday. The abrupt decision came despite China’s claim that the balloon was a weather research “airship” that had blown off course. The U.S. has described it as a surveillance vehicle.

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American Heart Association Raising Awareness For Women's Heart Health
American Heart Association Raising Awareness For Women's Heart Health

It's National Wear Red Day, when the American Heart Association encourages the wearing of red to raise awareness about cardiovascular disease in women.

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