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Airlines Cancel Some Flights After Reduced 5G Rollout In US
Airlines Cancel Some Flights After Reduced 5G Rollout In US

Some flights to and from the U.S. were canceled on Wednesday even after AT&T and Verizon scaled back the rollout of high-speed wireless service that could interfere with aircraft technology that measures altitude.

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COVID-19 Antigen Tests For Children Not Up To Par, WHO Says
COVID-19 Antigen Tests For Children Not Up To Par, WHO Says

Antigen tests commonly used to detect COVID-19 in children are not up to par. According to new findings published in the British Medical Journal, the accuracy of tests for kids falls short of the minimum criteria set by the WHO and regulators in the U.S. and U.K.

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Fewer Women Being Checked For Cervical Cancer, Study Shows
Fewer Women Being Checked For Cervical Cancer, Study Shows

Fewer women are being screened for cervical cancer in the U.S. and certain minorities, along with low-income patients, are least likely to be checked. A study from the University of Texas found that screening rates are lowest among Asian and Hispanic women, along with women who live in rural areas, don't have insurance, or identify as LGBT.

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BA Residents Concerned With Proposed Bell's Location
BA Residents Concerned With Proposed Bell's Location

Broken Arrow officials are holding off on a decision about the future of Bell's Amusement Park following some residents' concerns. At Tuesday night's city council meeting, residents who live near the proposed site say they're worried about noise, traffic and impact on property values.

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Pfizer CEO Awarded $1M Genesis Prize For Role In Development Of COVID-19 Vaccine
Pfizer CEO Awarded $1M Genesis Prize For Role In Development Of COVID-19 Vaccine

Albert Bourla, chairman and chief executive of global pharmaceutical giant Pfizer Inc., was awarded on Wednesday the prestigious Genesis Prize for his efforts in leading the development of a COVID-19 vaccine.

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New York AG Says Trump’s Company Misled Banks, Tax Officials
New York AG Says Trump’s Company Misled Banks, Tax Officials

The New York attorney general says her investigators have uncovered evidence that former President Donald Trump’s company used “fraudulent or misleading” valuations of its golf clubs, skyscrapers and other property to get loans and tax benefits.

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Rome Villa With Caravaggio Fails To Sell, To Be Reauctioned
Rome Villa With Caravaggio Fails To Sell, To Be Reauctioned

A villa in Rome containing the only known ceiling painted by Caravaggio went on a court-ordered auction block Tuesday, thanks to an inheritance dispute pitting the heirs of one of Rome’s aristocratic families against their stepmother, a Texas-born princess.

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Red Cross Sees Uptick In Blood Donation After Declaring Crisis
Red Cross Sees Uptick In Blood Donation After Declaring Crisis

After CBS News reported on the historic blood shortage leading the Red Cross to declare the first ever "national blood crisis," many viewers were inspired to sign up to donate blood, including "CBS Evening News" anchor and managing editor Norah O'Donnell. In some parts of the country, blood drives are completely booked this week. 

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Biden Administration To Give Out 400 Million Free N95 masks
Biden Administration To Give Out 400 Million Free N95 masks

The Biden administration is planning to give out 400 million free N95 masks to Americans in the coming weeks, supplied from the country's strategic stockpile as the nation is facing a record surge in COVID-19 cases fueled by the Omicron variant.

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Group Of Republican Senators Calls For Stronger Sanctions Against Russia
Group Of Republican Senators Calls For Stronger Sanctions Against Russia

A group of Republican Senators, including Oklahoma’s Jim Inhofe, held a news conference on Wednesday to say they are united with Democrats behind President Biden in standing against Russian aggression toward Ukraine, but at the same time say it’s imperative that Congress back up that message with strong sanctions.

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Tulsa Police Investigate Deadly Overnight Shooting
Tulsa Police Investigate Deadly Overnight Shooting

Tulsa police responded to the scene of a shooting that killed one man near South 65th West Avenue and Charles Page Boulevard.

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Okmulgee Grocery Store To Build New Location After City Council Approves Sale Tax  Incentive
Okmulgee Grocery Store To Build New Location After City Council Approves Sale Tax Incentive

A grocery store will be moving in Okmulgee after a sales tax incentive was approved last night by the City Council.

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OSDH: 10,001 New COVID-19 Cases Reported Statewide, 39 Virus-Related Deaths Added To Provisional Death Count
OSDH: 10,001 New COVID-19 Cases Reported Statewide, 39 Virus-Related Deaths Added To Provisional Death Count

Thirty-nine virus-related deaths and 10,001 new coronavirus cases were reported in the state since Tuesday, according to daily numbers released by the Oklahoma State Department of Health.

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