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Oklahoma House Dems Release 2020 Agenda
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Oklahoma House Dems Release 2020 Agenda

Maury Blair- February 19, 2020

Touting efforts toward “A Brand New State,” the Oklahoma House Democratic Caucus announced its 2020 legislative agenda at a Feb. 10 press conference at the ... Read More

Former UCO Police Officer Killed in Car Accident
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Former UCO Police Officer Killed in Car Accident

JaNae Williams- February 18, 2020

A retired University of Central Oklahoma police officer, most recently employed as a Canadian County Sheriff’s Deputy, was killed in a car accident while on ... Read More

American Burial Preferences
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American Burial Preferences

Lauren Morris- February 16, 2020

A 2020 study created by Choice Mutual, a national burial agency, found that 44 percent of the people interviewed plan on being cremated when they ... Read More

Large Potholes Concern Students
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Large Potholes Concern Students

Xunhong Zhou- February 14, 2020

A large pothole in the parking lot north of the Liberal Arts building has some students questioning their safety. “I think this pothole is serious. ... Read More

Popular Dating Apps Under Investigation For Underage Usage and Sex Offenders
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Popular Dating Apps Under Investigation For Underage Usage and Sex Offenders

Selena Luna- February 13, 2020

Some popular dating apps are under investigation by Congress for allegedly allowing sex offenders and minors to use their platforms. Investigators are looking into reports ... Read More

Armed Residential Robbery Reported Near Campus
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Armed Residential Robbery Reported Near Campus

Maury Blair- February 12, 2020

Police were dispatched to a home invasion just after 2 a.m. Wednesday in response to a report of a home invasion, according to Edmond Police ... Read More

U.S. Student Loan Debt Soars to $1.6 Trillion
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U.S. Student Loan Debt Soars to $1.6 Trillion

Jeff Elkins- February 11, 2020

The total student loan debt in the U.S. has now reached $1.6 trillion, according to a quarterly report recently released by the Federal Reserve. As ... Read More