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Reporter's Notebook: Tess Maune's Experience As A Media Witness For Executions
Reporter's Notebook: Tess Maune's Experience As A Media Witness For Executions

News On 6's Tess Maune sat down with Shannon Rousseau to talk about her experience as a media witness to executions in Oklahoma.

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Native Rights Activists Plan To Protest Tulsa's Decision To Revisit McGirt Ruling
Native Rights Activists Plan To Protest Tulsa's Decision To Revisit McGirt Ruling

Native rights activists are planning a protest against the city of Tulsa's decision to ask the U.S. Supreme Court to revisit its ruling on tribal jurisdiction.

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New Mammogram Machine At Hillcrest Helping Detect Cancerous Cells Earlier
New Mammogram Machine At Hillcrest Helping Detect Cancerous Cells Earlier

Hillcrest Medical Center said more women are now getting mammograms because they skipped their appointments last year. Hillcrest South now offers 3-D mammograms that show even greater detail.

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Tall Grass Prairie Reserve In Pawhuska Prepares For Annual Bison Round-Up
Tall Grass Prairie Reserve In Pawhuska Prepares For Annual Bison Round-Up

Folks up at the Tall Grass Prairie Preserve near Pawhuska are gearing up for their annual Bison Round-Up.

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Community To Hold Fundraiser For Skiatook Man Diagnosed With Rare Disorder As A Child
Community To Hold Fundraiser For Skiatook Man Diagnosed With Rare Disorder As A Child

The pandemic has led to a lot of people keeping six feet of space between themselves and others, but one young man from Skiatook said he's always been health conscious. 25-year-old Robert Bushyhead was born with severe combined immunodeficiency, often called the "Bubble Boy Disease." 

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Luke Bryan Helps Mom With A Flat Tire Stranded In Small Tennessee Town
Luke Bryan Helps Mom With A Flat Tire Stranded In Small Tennessee Town

Country star Luke Bryan played mechanic this week when he saw a woman with a flat tire on the side of the road in Tennessee. "When my tire blew in a small Tennessee town who stopped to help?" Courtney Potts said on TikTok. "LUKE BRYAN."

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Drivers Complaining About Drainage Issues On Memorial Drive
Drivers Complaining About Drainage Issues On Memorial Drive

A just-completed emergency road repair in South Tulsa is generating fresh complaints about a new problem. Storm drains along Memorial Drive, from 71st to 81st, create dips in the right-hand lanes.

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Open Enrollment - Blue Cross Blue Shield
Open Enrollment - Blue Cross Blue Shield

Healthcare Open Enrollment is now through January 15, 2022. Come learn about the best options for YOU from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Oklahoma!

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Wednesday At 10: State Of Executions
Wednesday At 10: State Of Executions

It’s been nearly 7 years since Oklahoma tried to execute a prisoner. With a botched lethal injection and drug controversies forcing that stay, is the state ready to start them up again? News On 6 takes an in-depth look at the process. That’s Wednesday night at 10.

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Flower Shortage Impacts Oklahoma Florists
Flower Shortage Impacts Oklahoma Florists

Area Florists and Event Planners in Green Country say a nationwide flower shortage is having a big impact on their business.

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Tulsa Church Sets Up Store For Afghan Refugees
Tulsa Church Sets Up Store For Afghan Refugees

A Tulsa Church is transforming its old sanctuary into a shop to help Afghan Refugees. People from all different backgrounds and religions are coming together to do Something Good and help hundreds of families feel at home, here in America. 

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Merrick Garland Defends Memo On Violent Threats To School Boards
Merrick Garland Defends Memo On Violent Threats To School Boards

Attorney General Merrick Garland on Wednesday defended himself against claims from Senate Republicans that a memo he issued about violent threats to school board members could have a chilling effect on parents who are seeking to voice their concerns about their children's education.

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Authorities Recover Bullet Believed To Have Been Fired By Alec Baldwin From Film Director’s Shoulder
Authorities Recover Bullet Believed To Have Been Fired By Alec Baldwin From Film Director’s Shoulder

Authorities in New Mexico said Wednesday they have recovered a bullet believed to have been fired from the gun used by Alec Baldwin in last week's fatal shooting on the set of the movie "Rust."

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