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Holiday Adventures: Snowman Wonderland In Seminole
Holiday Adventures: Snowman Wonderland In Seminole

In Seminole, Oklahoma, a lot of people are getting into the holiday spirit. It’s the time of year when the sun goes down, the lights come on at Magnolia Park. Visitors at Seminole's Snowman Wonderland say this holiday light display is a special experience.

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Health Watch Oklahoma: Latest On Omicron In Oklahoma (Dec. 6, 2021)
Health Watch Oklahoma: Latest On Omicron In Oklahoma (Dec. 6, 2021)

Join Dr. Larry Bookman and Dr. John Armitage as they talk with Phil Maytubby of the Oklahoma City-County Health Department about the latest in the fight against COVID-19 and the Omicron variant.

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COVID-19 Infections Rising In The US As Omicron Variant Continues To Spread
COVID-19 Infections Rising In The US As Omicron Variant Continues To Spread

COVID-19 infections are quickly rising in the U.S. with more than 100,000 cases per day and 1,100 deaths as the Omicron variant continues to spread. Skyler Henry reports on the day's developments from Washington.

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OSBI Searching For Missing Haskell Woman
OSBI Searching For Missing Haskell Woman

The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) is asking for the public's help in locating a missing woman from Haskell. Authorities said 43-year-old Tamera Lynn Banks, also known as Tammy or Elle, was last seen at her residence in Haskell off Highway 64 on November 15, 2021.

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New Community Center Aims To Help Tulsa Families
New Community Center Aims To Help Tulsa Families

A new community center is coming to Tulsa that will provide resources for at-risk families Empower Tulsa broke ground Monday on the renovation of a new community center at 26th and Peoria.

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Investigators Looking For More Victims After Sexual Assault Arrest
Investigators Looking For More Victims After Sexual Assault Arrest

Tulsa Police say there may be more victims connected to a string of rapes and sexual assaults. The suspect, James Townes, was arrested in September.

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Former OU Players Call New Coach Venables ‘Tough, Passionate’
Former OU Players Call New Coach Venables ‘Tough, Passionate’

Reaction continued after the University of Oklahoma’s Sunday night announcement of a new football coach.

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Grant Aims To Help Oklahoma Farmers, Ranchers Sell Directly To Customers
Grant Aims To Help Oklahoma Farmers, Ranchers Sell Directly To Customers

Many Oklahoma farmers and ranchers were forced to change their business models during the pandemic to keep customers, and now OSU wants to help them sell directly to consumers. A farm manager out of Cleveland said directly selling to customers all over the state isn't easy, but it's worth it and urges people to support local businesses.

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Death Row Inmate Wade Lay Execution Put On Hold
Death Row Inmate Wade Lay Execution Put On Hold

The State Attorney General's office agrees to put the January 6 execution of Wade Lay on hold. Lay is on death row for killing Tulsa security officer Kenneth Anderson in 2004.

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US Marshals Release Weekly Most Wanted Suspect
US Marshals Release Weekly Most Wanted Suspect

U.S. Marshals need your help finding this week's Most Wanted Monday suspect. They say Nicole Purkey is wanted for having meth with intent to sell it.

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Man Sentenced To 40 Years In Jail For Homeless Camp Shooting
Man Sentenced To 40 Years In Jail For Homeless Camp Shooting

A man has been sentenced to 40 years in jail after he pled guilty to charges in a deadly shooting at a homeless camp near Admiral and Sheridan last August.

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Children's Book By TPS Teachers Celebrates Tulsa's Diversity
Children's Book By TPS Teachers Celebrates Tulsa's Diversity

Anhna Vuong, the CEO of the Tulsa Public Schools Foundation, which is publishing the book, said “We realized so many Tulsans, born here, don't know all these events exist. So, what better way to promote the diversity of Tulsa than to use our festivals and our events?"

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Oklahoma Delegation Reacts To The Death Of Senate Leader, Presidential Candidate Bob Dole
Oklahoma Delegation Reacts To The Death Of Senate Leader, Presidential Candidate Bob Dole

Members of Oklahoma's congressional delegation have high praise for the World War II veteran, long-time Kansas Senator and three-time presidential candidate, Bob Dole, who passed away Sunday at the age of 98.

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