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How Bennie Owen Laid The Foundation For A Century Of Sooner Football Success

Before Bud Wilkinson won 47 straight, before Barry Switzer "hung half-a-hundred" on his opponents, and before Bob Stoops restored the shine to the...

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Rep. Tom Cole On War Authorization, End Of Year Legislation

The U.S. Congress if wrapping up the year with several key bills. Last week, the House passed a rewrite of the No Child Left Behind law, and the Senate...

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From Oklahoma City Bombing To Dayton Peace Accords, 1995 Was Transcendental Year

The future began 20 years ago, according to a new book by W. Joseph Campbell. In 1995, Timothy McVeigh's truck bomb killed 168 people in Oklahoma City...

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Oklahoma City Police Chief, Councilman Address Race, Policing Issues In Panel Discussion

Oklahoma City residents crowded into a café in Midtown last month to discuss police and minority communities. The event hosted by Oklahoma Watch raised...

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Oklahoma City At The Crossroads Of Human Trafficking

Oklahoma City’s location as a crossroads positions the metro as a hotbed for human trafficking activity. According to a Department of Justice reports...

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Why Indian Territory's All-Black Towns Prospered While Most Of Oklahoma Territory's Faded Away

Between the end of the Civil War 150 years ago until the height of Jim Crow in the early 20th century, African-Americans established more than 50 all...

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Fallin Addresses Corrections Reform, 2016 Election During Colorado Governors Panel

Gov. Mary Fallin joined three fellow Republican chief executives in Colorado Tuesday night to discuss what's working in their states. Fallin, South...

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Obama Highlights Internet Access Gaps At Choctaw Nation

Millions of American students don’t have access to high speed internet at home, putting them at an educational disadvantage. On Wednesday, president...

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Making Sense Of U.S., State Supreme Court Decisions' Impact On Oklahoma

The end of June was a busy few days for both the state and federal judiciary. As the U.S. Supreme Court wound down its term, opinions in some of the...

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Losing Little Dixie: How Decades Of Democratic Dominance Came To An End In Southeast Oklahoma

Southeast Oklahoma is an unusual place, politically. Many southerners settled in the area after the Civil War, leading to its nickname “Little Dixie.”...

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