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- State report cards for northwest Oklahoma districts in PDF format
- State report cards for northwest Oklahoma districts
- Holiday homes tour: Waverley Historic Neighborhood Association schedules family fun during festival Waverley Historic Neighborhood Association will host a family friendly and fun-filled celebration of the historic district’s rich history and culture Friday and Saturday during its Holiday Festival. The tour will be 5-8 p.m.
President Obama powers to re-election Tuesday
President Barack Obama won re-election Tuesday night despite a fierce challenge from Mitt Romney as well as a weak economy and high unemployment that crimped the middle class dreams of millions.
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Alabama, Florida are top 2 in BCS
Teams with one loss, such as sixth-place LSU, seventh-place South Carolina, ninth-place Oklahoma and 10th-place USC are still very much in the race as long as they keep winning.
11 teammates testified in case against Armstrong
USADA will deliver its reasoned decision, a summary of the facts it used to hand him a lifetime suspension and erase his seven Tour de France titles, against Armstrong later today.
- A look at what Sandusky can expect in prison
In stats-filled debate, who said what -- and was it true?
There they go again. Both President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney tossed out a blizzard of statistics and facts, often of dubious origin. Here are some highlights.
Aggressive Romney puts Obama on defensive in first debate
An energetic Mitt Romney launched a series of attacks against President Barack Obama here Wednesday night, calling into question the president's record on the economy, health care and the deficit and arguing that he would take the country in a fundamentally different direction.
VIDEO: 5 things to watch for in 1st presidential debate
President Barack Obama and GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney will come under intense scrutiny during their first debate Wednesday. AP's Connie Cass says there are five things to watch for during their debate.
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