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Congress Passes Stopgap Measure To Keep Government Funded Through December 3
Congress Passes Stopgap Measure To Keep Government Funded Through December 3

In theory, Congress is a step closer to solving its looming funding and debt crises, while in reality lawmakers may be no closer at all. The Democrat-controlled House yesterday passed a stopgap measure to keep the government funded at current levels until December 3 and also to extend the suspension of the debt ceiling until December 2022.

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Biden Doubling Vaccine Purchase, Calls For More Global Shots
Biden Doubling Vaccine Purchase, Calls For More Global Shots

President Joe Biden is set to announce that the United States is doubling its purchase of Pfizer’s COVID-19 shots to share with the world to 1 billion doses as he embraces the goal of vaccinating 70% of the global population within the next year.

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OSDH: 2,244 New COVID-19 Cases Reported, 91 Virus-Related Deaths Added To Provisional Death Count
OSDH: 2,244 New COVID-19 Cases Reported, 91 Virus-Related Deaths Added To Provisional Death Count

91 new virus-related deaths and 2,244 new coronavirus cases were reported in the state since Tuesday

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Union Schools Seeing Increase In Demand For Free, Reduced Lunches
Union Schools Seeing Increase In Demand For Free, Reduced Lunches

School districts in Green Country are seeing an increase in demand for free or reduced school lunches. Union Public Schools told News On 6's Mallory Thomas that there's been as much as a 16% increase across the district.

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Oklahoma Receives $36M Flood Relief Package
Oklahoma Receives $36M Flood Relief Package

Oklahoma received a $36 million flood relief package on Wednesday, with Muskogee, Tulsa and Sequoyah counties seeing $29 million of it. News On 6's Amelia Mugavero speaks with Muskogee County and flood victims, at 5.

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Cleveland County Sheriffs & US Marshals Looking For Oklahoma Man
Cleveland County Sheriffs & US Marshals Looking For Oklahoma Man

Cleveland County sheriffs and the US Marshals are looking for Andrew Bladeon Earls in connection to multiple burglaries in the area.

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Man Convicted In Drunk Driving Crash That Killed 12-Year-Old Has Conviction Dismissed
Man Convicted In Drunk Driving Crash That Killed 12-Year-Old Has Conviction Dismissed

A man who was convicted in 2014 of driving drunk and hitting and killing a 12-year-old boy in Wagoner has had his conviction overturned to do the recent Supreme Court ruling on tribal jurisdiction.

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Mother Of Boy Taken From Newcastle Casino Arrested By Lighthorse Police
Mother Of Boy Taken From Newcastle Casino Arrested By Lighthorse Police

Police have found Jaxson Brokopp and the suspect. They are both in Canadian County Sheriff's custody.

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Officials: Many Migrants From Border Camp Staying In US
Officials: Many Migrants From Border Camp Staying In US

U.S. officials say many Haitian migrants camped in a small Texas border town are being released in the United States, undercutting the Biden administration’s public statements that Haitians who enter the country illegally face immediate expulsion.

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Muscogee Citizens Constitutionally Guarantee Free Press In Historic Vote
Muscogee Citizens Constitutionally Guarantee Free Press In Historic Vote

For the first time in history, a Native American tribe has made free press part of their constitution. 

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Circle Cinema To Be Recognized For It's Role In 'The Outsiders' Movie
Circle Cinema To Be Recognized For It's Role In 'The Outsiders' Movie

The City of Tulsa will recognize Circle Cinema for its role in the 1983 movie, “The Outsiders.”

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Wagoner Public Schools Forced To Close Due To Power Outage
Wagoner Public Schools Forced To Close Due To Power Outage

Wagoner Public Schools is closed today, September 22, 2021, because of a power outage in the building. According to the school Facebook page, the power was not back on by the time school started, forcing a cancellation for the day.

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Tulsa Police Ask For Help Identifying Man Suspected Of Obtaining Money Under False Pretenses
Tulsa Police Ask For Help Identifying Man Suspected Of Obtaining Money Under False Pretenses

The Tulsa Police Department's Financial Crimes Unit is asking for help identifying a person of interest.

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