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Owasso Police Searching For Family Of Man Hit By Car, Killed
Owasso Police Searching For Family Of Man Hit By Car, Killed

The Owasso Police Department is investigating a crash involving a pedestrian that took place early on Wednesday morning. According to police, the crash took place on 76th Street North between 88th East Avenue and North Memorial Drive and authorities have closed down the area to traffic.

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Game Time: Venues, Arenas Around US Begin To Slowly Reopen
Game Time: Venues, Arenas Around US Begin To Slowly Reopen

Tuesday was a turning point for New York City, the epicenter of the first deadly wave of COVID-19. Fans are allowed in sports arenas for the first time in nearly a year. 

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New Businesses Coming To Downtown Bixby
New Businesses Coming To Downtown Bixby

Downtown Bixby will soon have some new dining options.

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Tiger Woods 'Awake' & 'Responsive' After Surgery For Injuries From Rollover Crash
Tiger Woods 'Awake' & 'Responsive' After Surgery For Injuries From Rollover Crash

Tiger Woods underwent emergency surgery Tuesday after suffering serious injuries in a rollover crash in Los Angeles. Woods, the 45-year-old golf legend, was the only person in the vehicle, which sustained "major damage" in the crash, officials said.

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Tulsa Crews Resume Work On Street Projects After Recent Winter Weather Caused Delays
Tulsa Crews Resume Work On Street Projects After Recent Winter Weather Caused Delays

Tulsa street projects have started back up after crews were forced to stop working because of weather delays from the recent winter storms. News On 6's Mallory Thomas has the story.

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Drunken Driving Charge Against Bruce Springsteen Dropped
Drunken Driving Charge Against Bruce Springsteen Dropped

The government dropped drunken driving and reckless driving charges against Bruce Springsteen on Wednesday stemming from an incident in November, admitting that the rocker's blood-alcohol level was so low that it didn't warrant the charges.

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Biden Administration Won't Let States Cancel Standardized Testing But Will Allow Delays
Biden Administration Won't Let States Cancel Standardized Testing But Will Allow Delays

The Biden administration announced Monday that state education departments would have flexibility surrounding standardized testing this year, but would not have broad authority to cancel those examinations.

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Videos Show Agents Confront South Dakota Attorney General About Deadly Crash: 'His Face Was In Your Windshield'
Videos Show Agents Confront South Dakota Attorney General About Deadly Crash: 'His Face Was In Your Windshield'

South Dakota House lawmakers on Tuesday began impeachment proceedings against the state's attorney general, who is facing misdemeanor charges for striking and killing a man with his car and is already under pressure to resign.

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Emergency Crews Responded To Semi-Truck Fire On Will Rogers Turnpike Near Verdigris River
Emergency Crews Responded To Semi-Truck Fire On Will Rogers Turnpike Near Verdigris River

Fire crews are on the scene of a semi-truck fire westbound on the Will Rogers Turnpike near the Verdigris River on Wednesday morning. Crews are currently working to control the blaze and it is currently unclear what led to the fire or if anyone was injured.

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Romney Says Trump Would Win 2024 Republican Nomination 'In A Landslide' If He Ran For President
Romney Says Trump Would Win 2024 Republican Nomination 'In A Landslide' If He Ran For President

Senator Mitt Romney said that he believes former President Donald Trump would win the Republican presidential nomination if he ran for office in 2024. 

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Tulsa Standoff Ended; Bogus Call, Police Say
Tulsa Standoff Ended; Bogus Call, Police Say

Tulsa Police are in a standoff. Tulsa Police said a man called and said he shot someone.

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Certified Public Accountant Kaitlin Flinn Discusses 2020 Tax Season Tips
Certified Public Accountant Kaitlin Flinn Discusses 2020 Tax Season Tips

The IRS and the State of Oklahoma are both now accepting tax returns for 2020. For many Americans, Stimulus Checks were a part of new financial realities. Kaitlin Flinn, a Certified Public Accountant with CCK Strategies in Tulsa, joined the News On 6 team virtually to discuss many of the questions Oklahomans face as tax season approaches.

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Watch: Bright Meteor Spotted Over Alberta, Canada
Watch: Bright Meteor Spotted Over Alberta, Canada

A bright meteor passed over the Canadian province of Alberta on Monday (February 22). "The brighter the fireball, the more rare is the event." the American Meteor Society (AMS) commented on its website. The AMS received hundreds of reports on the meteor falling that was mainly seen from Alberta, but could also be spotted from British Columbia, Saskatchewan and even from Montana in the United States.

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