Record-Breaking Bixby Quarterback Hopes State Title Will Propel Him To Next Level
Record-Breaking Bixby Quarterback Hopes State Title Will Propel Him To Next Level

Two state championships and a 35-1 record on his resume, you would think collegiate football programs would be lining up to recruit Bixby quarterback Mason Williams. Williams hopes a third straight state title will bring several Division one recruiting calls. 

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Parents Upset After El Reno Schools Cancels Weekend Archery Tournament
Parents Upset After El Reno Schools Cancels Weekend Archery Tournament

Parents of students who make up a school archery team said a tournament was unfairly canceled by the district due to COVID-19. El Reno Public School officials made the decision this week to cancel the archery tournament which serves as a fundraiser for the program. News 9's Clayton Cummins has the story.

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‘It's A Painful Decision’: With Hope For 2021, Oklahoma City Restaurant Closes For Winter
‘It's A Painful Decision’: With Hope For 2021, Oklahoma City Restaurant Closes For Winter

Ian and Hailey McDermit, owners of the Pump Bar in Oklahoma City’s Uptown neighborhood, said operating a business during a pandemic has been anything but consistent. This week the Pump Bar announced it will close on Tuesday for the winter. News 9's Barry Mangold has the story.

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Long Term Care Facility Staff, Residents To Be Among First To Get COVID-19 Vaccine
Long Term Care Facility Staff, Residents To Be Among First To Get COVID-19 Vaccine

A COVID-19 vaccine could arrive in Oklahoma in a little more than a week and the first ones to get it will be healthcare workers along with people working and staying at long term care facilities. 

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Biden Says He Plans To Ask Americans To Wear Masks For His First 100 Days In Office
Biden Says He Plans To Ask Americans To Wear Masks For His First 100 Days In Office

President-elect Joe Biden on Thursday said he plans to ask the nation to wear masks for his first 100 days in office. Speaking with CNN, Mr. Biden also said he'll issue a standing order mandating masks in certain places.

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Local Groups Working To Bring More Nurses To Oklahoma Amid Pandemic
Local Groups Working To Bring More Nurses To Oklahoma Amid Pandemic

For 20 years, the state of Oklahoma has been in a nursing shortage, according to the Oklahoma Nurses Association. The group said as COVID-19 patients continue to fill up our hospitals, they believe more can be done to bring health care workers to Oklahoma. News 9's Hunter McKee has the story.

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Tulsa Doctor Shares Why He's Confident About Getting COVID-19 Vaccine
Tulsa Doctor Shares Why He's Confident About Getting COVID-19 Vaccine

As the state health department works to prepare for the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine, healthcare workers on the frontline are sharing how they feel about getting the vaccine before everyone else.

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IMMY Labs Receives More Funding To Ensure COVID-19 Testing Through Holiday Season
IMMY Labs Receives More Funding To Ensure COVID-19 Testing Through Holiday Season

IMMY Labs will receive an additional $5.8 million in federal CARES Act funding to ensure COVID-19 testing can continue through the holiday season, the Oklahoma State Department of Health said.

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Technology Aids Visually-Impaired Community Amid Social Distancing Challenges
Technology Aids Visually-Impaired Community Amid Social Distancing Challenges

COVID-19 and social distancing are providing additional challenges to people with a visual impairment. For the visually impaired and blind community, touch is a major part of navigating and reading.

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Oklahoma Set To Receive COVID-19 Vaccines Next Week, OSDH Says
Oklahoma Set To Receive COVID-19 Vaccines Next Week, OSDH Says

The state Department of Health released new information on when we can expect the COVID-19 vaccine to arrive in Oklahoma.

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OSDH: COVID-19 Vaccine Arriving In Oklahoma In December
OSDH: COVID-19 Vaccine Arriving In Oklahoma In December

The State Health Department says some Oklahomans may start getting a COVID-19 vaccine in a little more than a week.

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Changes Coming To Tulsa County Courthouse Due To COVID-19
Changes Coming To Tulsa County Courthouse Due To COVID-19

Changes are coming to the Tulsa County Courthouse because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Former Presidents Obama, Clinton & Bush Say They'd Take COVID-19 Vaccine On Camera To Promote Its Safety
Former Presidents Obama, Clinton & Bush Say They'd Take COVID-19 Vaccine On Camera To Promote Its Safety

Former Presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton plan to take a coronavirus vaccine on camera to raise confidence in its safety. 

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Sweden Contracts With Cab Drivers To Deliver At-Home COVID-19 Tests
Sweden Contracts With Cab Drivers To Deliver At-Home COVID-19 Tests

Taxi drivers around the world have lost a lot of fares during the pandemic, but one European country is throwing them a financial lifeline with a new initiative that keeps them behind the wheel.

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National News

Metcalf, Wilson lead Seahawks over Eagles 23-17
Metcalf, Wilson lead Seahawks over Eagles 23-17

DK Metcalf again made the Philadelphia Eagles regret passing him up in the draft

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The Latest: Vietnam has 1st local transmission in 89 days
The Latest: Vietnam has 1st local transmission in 89 days

Vietnamese authorities are conducting intensive contact tracing after the country’s first confirmed local transmission of the coronavirus in 89 days

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Americans face new COVID-19 restrictions after Thanksgiving
Americans face new COVID-19 restrictions after Thanksgiving

Americans returning from Thanksgiving break are facing strict new coronavirus measures around the country as health officials brace for a disastrous worsening of the surge because of holiday gatherings over the long weekend

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Stocks dip as Wall Street puts quiet stamp on rocking month
Stocks dip as Wall Street puts quiet stamp on rocking month

U.S. stocks are easing back from their record levels Monday, and Wall Street appears to be putting a quiet coda on one of its most rocking months in decades

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First blood test to help diagnose Alzheimer's goes on sale
First blood test to help diagnose Alzheimer's goes on sale

A company has started selling the first blood test to help diagnose Alzheimer’s disease

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Minnesota gives final green light to disputed oil pipeline
Minnesota gives final green light to disputed oil pipeline

Minnesota regulators have approved the final permit for Enbridge Energy’s Line 3 crude oil pipeline replacement across northern Minnesota

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 Disappearance of Utah monolith won't prompt major probe
Disappearance of Utah monolith won't prompt major probe

Police won’t be opening a major investigation into the disappearance of a mysterious silver-colored monolith that generated international attention and a mess when curious visitors made their way to the site of the discovery in the Utah desert

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With no action by Washington, states race to offer virus aid
With no action by Washington, states race to offer virus aid

Governors and state lawmakers are racing to get pandemic relief to small-business owners, the unemployed, renters and others whose livelihoods have been upended by the widening coronavirus outbreak

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The Latest: Croatia’s Prime Minister tests positive
The Latest: Croatia’s Prime Minister tests positive

Croatia’s Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic has tested positive for the new coronavirus

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Holiday air travel surges despite dire health warnings
Holiday air travel surges despite dire health warnings

The TSA says nearly 1.2 million people went through U.S. airports on Sunday

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The Latest: New virus cases drop for 3rd day in Illinois
The Latest: New virus cases drop for 3rd day in Illinois

New cases of coronavirus illness in Illinois have dropped for the third day in a row, but officials fear the fallout from Thanksgiving travel and family gatherings will push the numbers back up

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Georgia runoff to decide short-term successor to John Lewis
Georgia runoff to decide short-term successor to John Lewis

Georgia voters are choosing a short-term replacement for civil rights legend John Lewis

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The Latest: Nobel laureate warns of increased trafficking
The Latest: Nobel laureate warns of increased trafficking

Nobel Peace Prize laureate Nadia Murad says the COVID-19 pandemic has increased trafficking of women and gender-based violence, leaving the health and safety of women “on the line.”

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