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The Justice Department special counsel has unsealed the indictment against the former president. The 37 charges against Trump include obstruction and unlawful retention of defense information.
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Local headlines for Thursday, June 9, 2023
As wildfires burn in eastern Canada, smoke and pollutants drift over the heavily impacted Northeast and into the Midwest. Poor air quality levels in the middle of the country, may be hurting people with more sensitive breathing conditions.
This Week in Oklahoma Politics discuss the Statewide Virtual Charter School moving forward with approving the nation's first religious charter school and the fiscal year 2024 budget becoming law without the governor's signature.
QuikTrip, Devon Energy and owners of the Oklahoma City Thunder were among the top contributors to January events celebrating the governor’s re-election.
Starting June 11, livestock producers will have to get a prescription from a veterinarian to buy antibiotics that they could previously purchase over-the-counter.
The former president has been indicted on seven counts, including willful retention of information related to national defense and at least one false statements charge, a source tells NPR.
Wade Goodwyn had one of public radio's most recognizable voices, but it was his rich writing and keen observations that made him a listener favorite over decades at NPR.
Tulsa Police Chief Wendell Franklin says America should transform its response to the nearly routine mass shootings plaguing the nation.
Pat Robertson founded the Christian Broadcasting Network. He also hosted The 700 Club and drew controversy for comments that were often seen as anti-gay and racially insensitive.
Local headlines for Thursday, June 8, 2023
The 23rd annual deadCenter Film Festival will take place across downtown Oklahoma City from June 8-11.
A deadly disease found in wild deer has been discovered for the first time in Oklahoma. Oklahoma wildlife officials have had their eyes peeled for Chronic Wasting Disease for decades.
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