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Pro-Palestinian Demonstrators Shut Down Airport Highways, Key Bridges In Major U.S. Cities
Pro-Palestinian Demonstrators Shut Down Airport Highways, Key Bridges In Major U.S. Cities

Pro-Palestinian demonstrators blocked roadways in Illinois, California, New York and the Pacific Northwest on Monday, temporarily shutting down travel into some of the nation’s most heavily used airports, onto the Golden Gate and Brooklyn bridges and on a busy West Coast highway.

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Caitlin Clark Taken No. 1 In The WNBA Draft By Indiana Fever
Caitlin Clark Taken No. 1 In The WNBA Draft By Indiana Fever

Caitlin Clark was selected with the No. 1 pick in the WNBA draft by the Indiana Fever on Monday night.

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WEATHER BREAKDOWN: Storms Possible Monday Night Into Tuesday Morning
WEATHER BREAKDOWN: Storms Possible Monday Night Into Tuesday Morning

Oklahoma Weather Forecast: Bookmark this page and refresh it often for the latest forecast and daily updates.

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'Another Level Of Protection': All Bartlesville School Resource Officers Given New Ballistic Shields
'Another Level Of Protection': All Bartlesville School Resource Officers Given New Ballistic Shields

School resource officers in Bartlesville were given ballistic shields that cost nearly $28,000 in total to add an extra layer of protection for students in class.

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Tulsa Police Considers Adding New Downtown Division
Tulsa Police Considers Adding New Downtown Division

Tulsa Police may add a fourth patrol division that would be assigned to cover downtown Tulsa. Right now, officers at the Gilcrease division respond to downtown 911 calls. Tulsa Police held a meeting Monday to ask people what they think about the idea.

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Questions For OSDE Remain After Committee Meets To Discuss Rule Changes
Questions For OSDE Remain After Committee Meets To Discuss Rule Changes

The state Senate Administrative Rules Committee met Monday morning to discuss more than a dozen administrative rule changes that have been requested by state agencies. Most of the rules being questioned were coming from the State Department of Education. 

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Loved Ones Remember Woman Who Died After Drowning In Tulsa Drainage Ditch During Storms
Loved Ones Remember Woman Who Died After Drowning In Tulsa Drainage Ditch During Storms

Her family said they want to honor the strong-willed mother of three and friend to many by figuring out how what can be done to prevent future tragedies around ditches.

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Bill In State Legislature To Regulate Virtual Learning In Oklahoma Schools
Bill In State Legislature To Regulate Virtual Learning In Oklahoma Schools

A bill moving through the state legislature would require school districts to justify their use of virtual learning days. A Green Country school district says this could impact the way it uses online learning.

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'The Most Epic Ride': Tulsa Cyclists Finish Visiting Historic Black Towns Across Oklahoma
'The Most Epic Ride': Tulsa Cyclists Finish Visiting Historic Black Towns Across Oklahoma

A Tulsa man and his friends are wrapping up a 600-mile-long bicycle journey around Oklahoma. The week-long trip was part of a mission to visit historic towns across the state. 

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Red Cross Assists Residents Impacted By Tulsa Apartment Fire
Red Cross Assists Residents Impacted By Tulsa Apartment Fire

The Red Cross is helping people who no longer have a place to live after a fire at a Tulsa apartment complex on Friday.

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Report: OKC Thunder's Mark Daigneault Voted NBA Coach Of The Year
Report: OKC Thunder's Mark Daigneault Voted NBA Coach Of The Year

The OKC Thunder's Head Coach, Mark Daigneault has been voted as the National Basketball Coaches Association's NBA coach of the year, according to a report by ESPN.

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Money Monday: Tax Mistakes To Avoid
Money Monday: Tax Mistakes To Avoid

It's Money Monday and it's also Tax Day. the deadline to file state and federal returns is Monday night at midnight unless you file an extension. Paul Hood joined News On 6 at 4 p.m. with the mistakes you need to avoid to get your return finished without going through an audit in the future.

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Billy Joel Special Will Air Again After Abrupt Cut-Off On CBS
Billy Joel Special Will Air Again After Abrupt Cut-Off On CBS

Billy Joel's Madison Square Garden concert is doing an encore on CBS later this week.  

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