Cheered by fans, U.S. women romp through podium training at 2019 Worlds. It seems no one told the 500 or so spectators who showed up to follow the U.S. women’s every flip at the World Gymnastics Championships Tuesday night that the competition doesn’t actually begin until Friday.
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In commemoration of the 70th anniversary of Ada Lois Sipuel Fisher’s admission to the OU College of Law, the college and the university’s main campus devoted the week of Sept. 23 to Fisher and other civil rights leaders, with acknowledgment of the ongoing pursuit of equality.
Disgraced, former police officer Amber Guyger has been found guilty of murder by a Texas jury. I didn’t expect to ever form that sentence. Digital notifications sounding like annoying chimes quickly transformed into a chorus of disbelief when my eyes glanced over the headlines.
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In the past three years since SQ 792 was approved, Oklahoma has made big leaps forward to adjust 3.2% beer laws and alleviate restrictions on businesses and consumers.
The Tulsa Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. presents two community forums to be held on October 17, 2019, at 6:30 p.m. and October 19, 2019, at 1:30m, both at Rudisill Library located at 1520 N. Hartford Ave. The forums will focus on the New Constitutional Carry gun laws and the impact that given changes may have upon the Tulsa community and local citizens.
A judge denied a former Georgia police officer’s request for immunity from prosecution in the fatal shooting of a fleeing, unarmed man after reviewing body camera video in which the officer states: “He started taking off, so I fired.”