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OSU, NASA Partnership Encourages Outer Space Education For Native American Students
OSU, NASA Partnership Encourages Outer Space Education For Native American Students

A new partnership between NASA and Oklahoma State University hopes to bring outer space education to thousands of Native American children.

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Scorsese, DiCaprio Meet With Osage Nation Members Ahead Of New Movie
Scorsese, DiCaprio Meet With Osage Nation Members Ahead Of New Movie

Two of Hollywood’s biggest names visited Green Country this week.

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Tulsa Fire Recognizes Department’s First Black Female Firefighter
Tulsa Fire Recognizes Department’s First Black Female Firefighter

The Tulsa Fire Department honored the first Black woman to become a firefighter in Tulsa.

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Protection For Domestic Violence Victims Could Expand With Proposed State Bill
Protection For Domestic Violence Victims Could Expand With Proposed State Bill

One house bill that passed committee this week would make it easier for domestic violence victims to get help as soon as officers get on scene.

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Oklahoma Power Companies Propose Ways To Prevent Utility Bill Spikes
Oklahoma Power Companies Propose Ways To Prevent Utility Bill Spikes

Electric companies are asking the Oklahoma Corporation Commission for ways to keep utility bills from skyrocketing all at once after last week’s winter storm.

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Tulsa Man Becomes First Oklahoman To Enlist In United States Space Force
Tulsa Man Becomes First Oklahoman To Enlist In United States Space Force

A Tulsa man is the first from the state to enlist in the United States Space Force. 

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IRS Announces Tax Extensions For Oklahomans Impacted By Winter Storm
IRS Announces Tax Extensions For Oklahomans Impacted By Winter Storm

The IRS is giving Oklahomans more time to file their taxes because of the winter storm.

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Video Captures Moments Before Multicounty Chase Ends With 2 Killed, 1 Injured
Video Captures Moments Before Multicounty Chase Ends With 2 Killed, 1 Injured

A multicounty chase involving a suspected stolen truck lead to two innocent people killed and another injured near 21st and Garnett Thursday afternoon.

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US Bombs Facilities In Syria Used By Iran-Backed Militia
US Bombs Facilities In Syria Used By Iran-Backed Militia

The United States launched airstrikes in Syria on Thursday, targeting facilities used by Iranian-backed militia groups. The Pentagon said the strikes were in retaliation for a rocket attack in Iraq earlier this month that killed one civilian contractor and wounded a U.S. service member and other coalition troops.

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Flag Burning, Protest & Chemical Castration Bills Advance Ahead Of Committee Deadline
Flag Burning, Protest & Chemical Castration Bills Advance Ahead Of Committee Deadline

It was a busy week for lawmakers at the Oklahoma State Capitol making up ground lost during last week’s winter weather and a Thursday deadline to pass most bills out of their home committee. News 9 and News On 6's Capitol Reporter Storme Jones has the story.

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Sapulpa Public Schools Teachers, Staff Receive COVID-19 Vaccine
Sapulpa Public Schools Teachers, Staff Receive COVID-19 Vaccine

Sapulpa teachers and staff are getting their COVID-19 vaccines with the help of a partnership between the district and a pharmacy.

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Police Investigating After Man Found Shot To Death In Tulsa Hotel Room
Police Investigating After Man Found Shot To Death In Tulsa Hotel Room

Tulsa Police are investigating after a man was found shot to death in a hotel room Thursday.

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2 Dead, 1 Hospitalized After Driver Hits Vehicle During Tulsa Pursuit
2 Dead, 1 Hospitalized After Driver Hits Vehicle During Tulsa Pursuit

A driver crashed on 21st Street after a pursuit involving Oklahoma Highway Patrol.

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