Black Friday Crowds Thin As Shoppers Go Online To Avoid Virus
Black Friday Crowds Thin As Shoppers Go Online To Avoid Virus

The raging coronavirus pandemic kept crowds thin at malls and stores across the country on Black Friday, but a surge in online shopping offered a beacon of hope for struggling retailers after months of slumping sales and businesses toppling into bankruptcy.

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Coronavirus Coverage From The News on 6

CDC Predicts US Coronavirus Death Toll Could Reach 321,000 By Mid-December
CDC Predicts US Coronavirus Death Toll Could Reach 321,000 By Mid-December

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is predicting the U.S. death toll from the coronavirus could hit 321,000 by mid-December. By then, hospitals could be overflowing with patients in many parts of the country — and some are already preparing.

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Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign Adjusts To Challenge Of Pandemic
Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign Adjusts To Challenge Of Pandemic

The Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign faces new challenges this year during the pandemic.

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Tulsa Hospitals Respond As County Enters Tier 3 Of State's Surge Plan
Tulsa Hospitals Respond As County Enters Tier 3 Of State's Surge Plan

The Oklahoma State Department of Health reports hospital in Tulsa County have reached the third tier in the state's hospital surge plan. News On 6's Mallory Thomas explains what this means for local hospitals.

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3,225 New COVID-19 Cases, 24 More Virus-Related Death Reported, State Health Officials Say
3,225 New COVID-19 Cases, 24 More Virus-Related Death Reported, State Health Officials Say

24 more virus-related deaths and 3,225 new confirmed coronavirus cases were reported in the state since Wednesday, according to daily numbers released by the Oklahoma State Department of Health.

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OKC Shopper Waits In Long Line On Black Friday For New Video Game Console
OKC Shopper Waits In Long Line On Black Friday For New Video Game Console

Across Oklahoma City people are trying to take advantage of those deals this Black Friday.

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Oklahoman Makes Mask Wearing A Fashion Statement While Helping Others
Oklahoman Makes Mask Wearing A Fashion Statement While Helping Others

While many are getting tired of having to deal with physical distancing and wearing masks, experts agree that it is the best way to protect ourselves. So, one woman from Kellyville has decided to make the most of it by having a little fun with having to wear a mask by making it a fashion statement.

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HHS Brings Free COVID-19 Testing To Oklahoma
HHS Brings Free COVID-19 Testing To Oklahoma

The State Health Department and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services will bring free COVID-19 testing to multiple counties across the state, from November 28th to December 19.

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Tulsa Botanic Gardens Opens Annual 'Garden Of Lights' With COVID-19 Precautions
Tulsa Botanic Gardens Opens Annual 'Garden Of Lights' With COVID-19 Precautions

The Tulsa Botanic Garden will open its annual Garden of Lights with new precautions because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Local Therapist Breaks Plasma Record After Donating To 48 COVID Patients
Local Therapist Breaks Plasma Record After Donating To 48 COVID Patients

A metro man is breaking records this Thanksgiving.  He's donated plasma 14 times in a row. News 9's Clayton Cummins has his story.

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Doctors See Uptick In People Seeking Mental Health Services Amid Pandemic
Doctors See Uptick In People Seeking Mental Health Services Amid Pandemic

With the ongoing pandemic and the holiday season here health officials said they are being sought out more. This time not for physical health problems but for mental health services. News 9's Erica Rankin has the story.

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Is Black Friday Canceled This Year? How COVID Is Changing Black Friday 2020
Is Black Friday Canceled This Year? How COVID Is Changing Black Friday 2020

Let's face it: The novel coronavirus canceled much of 2020 — sporting events, school schedules, nights out at bars and restaurants. In some ways, that decision has affected the high holy days of American shopping: Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday and Travel Tuesday. 

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Oklahomans Share How They’re Adapting This Thanksgiving, Keeping Some Traditions Alive
Oklahomans Share How They’re Adapting This Thanksgiving, Keeping Some Traditions Alive

During this historic year some families had to get creative to celebrate the holiday, whether that meant meeting virtually or finding other ways to still feel close.  News 9's Amy Slanchik has the story.

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Medical Professionals Weigh In On State’s Decision Allowing COVID-Positive Nurses, Staff To Continue Working
Medical Professionals Weigh In On State’s Decision Allowing COVID-Positive Nurses, Staff To Continue Working

Some medical professionals are pushing back on the state's decision to allow COVID-positive nurses and staff to continue working as long as they aren't showing symptoms. Others said it should be used as a last resort. News 9's Erick Payne has the story.

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National News

VIRUS TODAY: Holiday party defiance, mask wearing in 2021
VIRUS TODAY: Holiday party defiance, mask wearing in 2021

Here’s what’s happening Tuesday with the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S.:  The U.S. is averaging 172,000 new cases per day over the last week and 1,529 deaths

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The Latest: California judge rejects bid to block dining ban
The Latest: California judge rejects bid to block dining ban

A California judge has rejected a request from a restaurant industry group to block the nation’s most populous county from reinstating a ban on outdoor dining, a plan the group said would devastate businesses and workers

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Americans turn up heat and Cholula sells for $800 million
Americans turn up heat and Cholula sells for $800 million

With millions dining at home for safety and a swing to the spicier side in the U.S. in recent years Cholula, the hot sauce with the distinctive wooden cap, has become a very valuable brand

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OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma pleads guilty in criminal case
OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma pleads guilty in criminal case

OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma has pleaded guilty to criminal charges and formally admitted its role in the opioid crisis

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NYC's first African American mayor, David Dinkins, has died
NYC's first African American mayor, David Dinkins, has died

New York City’s first African American mayor, David Dinkins, has died

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Can you repeat that? Hearing trouble more obvious with masks
Can you repeat that? Hearing trouble more obvious with masks

Hearing specialists across the U.S. are seeing an uptick in visits from people who only realized how much they relied on lip reading and facial expressions when people started wearing masks

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Americans turn up heat and Cholula sells for $800 million
Americans turn up heat and Cholula sells for $800 million

With millions dining at home for safety and a swing to the spicier side in the U.S. in recent years Cholula, the hot sauce with the distinctive wooden cap, has become a very valuable brand

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Texts: US census manager told counters to use fake answers
Texts: US census manager told counters to use fake answers

The Associated Press has obtained text messages that a U.S. Census Bureau supervisor in Alabama sent to workers telling them how to fake counts of households by entering misleading data

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Biden win over Trump in Nevada made official by court
Biden win over Trump in Nevada made official by court

The Nevada Supreme Court has made Joe Biden’s win in the state official, approving the final canvass of the Nov. 3 election

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Dow crests 30,000 points on vaccine hopes, Biden transition
Dow crests 30,000 points on vaccine hopes, Biden transition

The Dow Jones Industrial Average broke through 30,000 points Tuesday as investors were encouraged by the latest progress on developing coronavirus vaccines and news that the transition of power to President-elect Joe Biden will finally begin

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New York City's first Black mayor, David Dinkins, dies at 93
New York City's first Black mayor, David Dinkins, dies at 93

David Dinkins has died 30 years after he became New York City's first Black mayor

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California officials issue dire warnings about virus spread
California officials issue dire warnings about virus spread

Los Angeles County supervisors won't allow restaurants to remain open for dining as coronavirus cases surge

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A 'Black Parade' Grammys: Beyoncé leads with 9 nominations
A 'Black Parade' Grammys: Beyoncé leads with 9 nominations

Beyoncé is bringing her black parade to the Grammys: The pop star’s anthem about Black pride scored multiple nominations Tuesday, making her the leading contender with nine

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