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$5M Bond Set For Man Accused Of Killing His 2-Month-Old Son
$5M Bond Set For Man Accused Of Killing His 2-Month-Old Son

A man is facing a $5 million bond for being accused of killing his two-month-old son in Pawnee. Investigators said Colten Thompson was taking care of his son Logan while the baby's mom was in the hospital recovering from COVID-19 last week.

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Lawmaker Proposes Naming 3 Inches Of Panhandle Highway 'Lincoln Riley Highway'
Lawmaker Proposes Naming 3 Inches Of Panhandle Highway 'Lincoln Riley Highway'

A state lawmaker wishes to "honor" former OU football coach Lincoln Riley after his abrupt departure.

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Oklahoma To Add Ole Miss OC Jeff Lebby, Former Sooner Strength Coach Jerry Schmidt To Venables' Staff
Oklahoma To Add Ole Miss OC Jeff Lebby, Former Sooner Strength Coach Jerry Schmidt To Venables' Staff

The Oklahoma Sooners coaching staff is starting to fill out, according to News 9's Lee Benson. A source confirmed to Benson on Tuesday that Ole Miss Offensive Coordinator Jeff Lebby and Texas A&M Strength and Conditioning coach Jerry Schmidt will join Venables' staff at Oklahoma.

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Man Pleads Guilty To Robbing Gas Station, Assaulting Store Owner
Man Pleads Guilty To Robbing Gas Station, Assaulting Store Owner

A man pled guilty in federal court to robbing a Sand Springs gas station and beating the owner. Court documents said that in July, Camaran Breazeale went to A-and-S Fuel, demanded money from the owner and then punched him several times until he knocked him down.

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 Tulsa Area Pearl Harbor Survivors Remembered With Special Ceremony On 80th Anniversary
Tulsa Area Pearl Harbor Survivors Remembered With Special Ceremony On 80th Anniversary

On this 80th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, the Last Man’s Club met for a special ceremony to honor the Tulsa area Pearl Harbor survivors, who have since died. Family and friends of Oklahoma Pearl Harbor survivors continue to meet with the club every month, even though Tulsa’s last known survivor died last year.

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Driver Crashes Into Guard Rail After Leading Tulsa Police On Short Chase
Driver Crashes Into Guard Rail After Leading Tulsa Police On Short Chase

Tulsa Police say a suspect crashed after leading officers on a short chase in West Tulsa.

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Sapulpa High School Band To Perform At Alamo Bowl
Sapulpa High School Band To Perform At Alamo Bowl

The Sapulpa Band is heading to San Antonio the day after Christmas to perform during the halftime show at the Alamo Bowl. Sapulpa is one of two Oklahoma high school bands playing during the halftime show at the Alamo Bowl this year. 

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Gov. Stitt, Attorney General O'Connor Will Continue Challenging Vaccine Mandates
Gov. Stitt, Attorney General O'Connor Will Continue Challenging Vaccine Mandates

Governor Kevin Stitt and Attorney General John O'Connor are fighting back and sharing a common goal – to stop the Biden administration from imposing COVID-19 vaccine mandates on Oklahomans and entities throughout the state.

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City Of Broken Arrow Creates Interactive Map To Tour Houses Decorated For The Holidays
City Of Broken Arrow Creates Interactive Map To Tour Houses Decorated For The Holidays

The City of Broken Arrow created an interactive map where folks can drive by houses that are lit up for Christmas. It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Broken Arrow but at the Slankard's decorating started in September.

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Tulsa Police Arrest Man Accused Of Robbing A Pizza Shop
Tulsa Police Arrest Man Accused Of Robbing A Pizza Shop

Tulsa Police arrested a former employee accused of robbing three people at gunpoint inside a Brookside Pizza shop. Police say Curtis Kendricks had just been fired from that pizza shop a month ago and had threatened the manager.

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Senate Republicans Slam 'Build Back Better' Plan
Senate Republicans Slam 'Build Back Better' Plan

Senate Republicans are slamming the Democrats’ nearly $2 trillion Build Back Better bill as gimmick-filled and far more costly than advertised, as Senate leadership continues to push for a vote on the controversial legislation, potentially sometime next week.

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Parade In Picher, Oklahoma Brings Christmas To Forgotten Town
Parade In Picher, Oklahoma Brings Christmas To Forgotten Town

A town that’s been all but erased comes back to life every December when the Picher-Cardin All-School Reunion Committee hosts a Christmas Parade. It’s held the first Saturday of December each year, from the headquarters of an old pharmacy that was the last business to close.

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Broken Arrow Non-Profit 'New Leaf' Delivering Poinsettias, Provides Opportunity To Disabled Workers
Broken Arrow Non-Profit 'New Leaf' Delivering Poinsettias, Provides Opportunity To Disabled Workers

Thousands of people in Green Country are getting special deliveries of poinsettias just in time for the holidays. Clients with developmental disabilities at A New Leaf in Broken Arrow oversee the project. 

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