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High school football games across Oklahoma have been cancelled and rescheduled because of the coronavirus. But a game between Clinton and Millwood scheduled for Friday was moved for a completely different reason.
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A demonstration is planned in support of defendants charged after a pro-Trump mob stormed the Capitol. The FBI says there's no specific threat, but security officials say they're ready no matter what.
President Biden isn't on the ballot next fall. But Republican lawmakers, campaign operatives and candidates believe his handling of the economy will drive voters' decisions.
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