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Monday Afternoon Forecast With Stephen Nehrenz
Monday Afternoon Forecast With Stephen Nehrenz

Stephen Nehrenz is in the Bob Mills Weather Center with a forecast for Monday and a look at what to expect this week.

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Tulsa's 42nd Annual MLK Parade Continues, Takes COVID-19 Precautions
Tulsa's 42nd Annual MLK Parade Continues, Takes COVID-19 Precautions

The 42nd annual parade honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s life and legacy is wrapping up in downtown Tulsa.

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Hospitals Need Convalescent Plasma To Help Battle COVID-19, The American Red Cross Says
Hospitals Need Convalescent Plasma To Help Battle COVID-19, The American Red Cross Says

As cases of COVID-19 surge, hospitals across the country are at a breaking point. Now, the American Red Cross said one treatment that could help the sickest patients is in short supply: convalescent plasma.

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OSDH: 1,837 New COVID-19 Cases, 7 More Virus-Related Deaths Reported
OSDH: 1,837 New COVID-19 Cases, 7 More Virus-Related Deaths Reported

Seven more virus-related deaths and 1,837 new coronavirus cases were reported in the state since Sunday, according to daily numbers released by the Oklahoma State Department of Health.

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Oklahoma State Player Surprised With Scholarship While Working His Shift At Walmart
Oklahoma State Player Surprised With Scholarship While Working His Shift At Walmart

In the fall of 2018, Dee Mitchell confidently strolled into Mike Boynton's office and pitched himself as someone worthy of wearing an Oklahoma State basketball uniform as a walk-on. 

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Nestlé Recalls 762,000 Pounds Of Pepperoni Hot Pockets
Nestlé Recalls 762,000 Pounds Of Pepperoni Hot Pockets

Nestlé Prepared Foods is recalling more than 762,000 pounds of pepperoni Hot Pockets, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service said.

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OSU Basketball Walk-On Surprised With Offer To Play On Scholarship
OSU Basketball Walk-On Surprised With Offer To Play On Scholarship

An Oklahoma State University basketball player was brought to tears when he found out that he is going to play for the Cowboys on a scholarship. The OSU Cowboys Basketball account shared a video on Sunday that shows Coach Mike Boynton walking into a Stillwater Walmart, where former Walk-On Dee Mitchell has been working to pay for school. With the help of Zoom, OSU basketball players were there to let Mitchell know he would join the team three years to the day that he first tried out.

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Inauguration Rehearsal Evacuated After Fire In Homeless Camp
Inauguration Rehearsal Evacuated After Fire In Homeless Camp

Participants in a rehearsal for President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration were evacuated from the West Front of the Capitol on orders of security officials after a fire in a homeless encampment, officials said.

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 Twitter Temporarily Suspends Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Over Election Fraud Claims
Twitter Temporarily Suspends Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Over Election Fraud Claims

Twitter on Sunday temporarily suspended the account of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, the Republican U.S. Congresswoman from Georgia who has expressed racist views and support for QAnon conspiracy theories online. Greene's account was suspended "without explanation," she said in a statement, while also condemning big tech companies for "silencing" conservative views.

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Natural Light Unveils World's Most Expensive Work Of Art 'Da Vinci Of Debt'
Natural Light Unveils World's Most Expensive Work Of Art 'Da Vinci Of Debt'

On Saturday, (1/17/21) Natural Light Beer made history, unveiling "Da Vinci of Debt" the world's most expensive work of art, in Vanderbilt Hall inside of Grand Central Terminal. The work is a statement on the ever-rising cost of a college diploma as well as the impact of college debt and was made using 2,600 authentic, physical diplomas provided by real college graduates across the country. The value of the piece is based on the average total cost of attending a four-year university, valuing the

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Biden Plans To Cancel Keystone XL Pipeline Permit On First Day In Office
Biden Plans To Cancel Keystone XL Pipeline Permit On First Day In Office

President-elect Joe Biden has indicated plans to cancel the Keystone XL pipeline permit on his first day in office.

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OSDH Expecting To Receive Latest Shipment Of COVID-19 Vaccines
OSDH Expecting To Receive Latest Shipment Of COVID-19 Vaccines

The Oklahoma State Department of Health is expecting to get a shipment of about 48,000 first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine and 33,000 boost vaccines sometime this week. Health leaders in Oklahoma have administered more than 203,000 doses of the vaccine so far. The state ranks eighth in the United States for the number of vaccines administered for every 100,000 people.

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Hiland Dairy Issues Recall For Milk Contaminated With Food-Grade Sanitizers
Hiland Dairy Issues Recall For Milk Contaminated With Food-Grade Sanitizers

Hiland Dairy has issued a recall for chocolate milk that was handed out to students in several Oklahoma school districts. This recall is for Hiland's half-pint, 1% low-fat chocolate milk with a sell-by date of January 27th. The products came from the company's Norman facility and were handed out at Edmond, Deer Creek, and Piedmont schools.

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