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Wreck causes over 4,500 outages, 1,800 still to be restored, PSO says

TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) -- A car crashed into a PSO pole around 8 p.m. tonight at South Harvard Avenue and East 13th Street. After the wreck, the Public Service Company of Oklahoma showed over 4,500 outages. Shortly after PSO reported that they restored about 2,800 of those. There are still...
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Tulsa religious leaders divided on abortion ban

TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — In the battle between church and state, Friday's Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v. Wade and abolishing a 50-year precedent for abortion rights is seen as a major victory for the church. But not every church sees it as a victory. There is a wide...
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Downtown demonstration against abortion ruling

TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — The decision from the high court had been expected for weeks, but it did little to dampen the fury when it was finally released. "My body my choice!" shouted one woman. Demonstrators first gathered at the corner outside of the downtown library... "Keep your laws...
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State Board Of Education Says TPS Violated House Bill 1775

Tulsa Public Schools is the first district in Oklahoma accused of violating a new state law that regulates how districts teach about race and gender. At the June meeting of the State Board of Education, an attorney informed board members the state received a complaint saying a staff training event in the Tulsa district violated the new law.
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AAA Route 66 Road Fest Celebrates History Of Mother Road

The first-ever AAA Route 66 Road Fest is getting set up for this weekend, celebrating the history of the Mother Road. The event kicked off last week in Oklahoma City, and now, it’s taking on Tulsa. You can walk through each decade of life on Route 66. You'll see...
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Planned Parenthood Great Plains reacts to SCOTUS ruling Friday

TULSA, Okla. — Friday’s U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) decision did not take Planned Parenthood Great Plains by surprise. The organization, which provides access to sexual and reproductive health care including abortion, said trigger laws are expected to go into effect right away banning abortion across 13 states including Arkansas, Missouri and Oklahoma.
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Cherokee Nation film shot on tribe’s soundstage in Owasso premieres at Tribeca Festival in NYC

OWASSO, Okla. — Cherokee Nation film, “Land of Gold” premiered at the Tribeca Festival in New York City and was the 2021 winner of AT&T Presents: Untold Stories. “This premiere illustrates the significance of Cherokee Nation having introduced groundbreaking film technology to our region,” said Jennifer Loren, director of the Cherokee Nation Film Office and Original Content.
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New legislation could extend COVID school meal waivers

Local school cafeterias may not be through handing out to-go bags for the summer. On Friday, Congress sent a measure to the White House that would extend several school meal waivers initially authorized in the spring of 2020 that are set to lapse on Thursday. Announced Tuesday by a bipartisan...
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