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Headlines: NCLB Waiver, Norman Protest & Prison Rapes

Here is a sampling of headlines for the morning of November 25, 2014:

  • Oklahoma schools are getting a waiver reinstated through the No Child Left Behind Act. (Tulsa World)

  • Hundreds of students from Norman High School protest the treatment of rape victims. (Norman Transcript)

  • Oklahoma’s Attorney General wants information about prison rapes from going public. (Tulsa World)

  • Oklahoma City is getting ready for major changes to more than three acres of downtown. (Journal Record)

  • Good news for the Oklahoma City Thunder which currently has the second lowest winning percentage in the NBA. (ESPN)

  • Students at the University of Oklahoma gather for reflection on Ferguson, Missouri. (News9)

  • The Environmental Protection Agency is cracking down on Texas Air Quality. (Journal Record)

  • Visitors to Fort Sill are getting a unique glimpse of the 19th century Army post during its annual candlelight stroll next month. (AP)

  • An Oklahoma group of Satanists is backing out of a project to put a statue at the State Capitol. (KFOR)

  • The city of Tulsa is collecting used cooking oils following the Thanksgiving holiday to prevent clogs in city sewer lines. (KTUL)

  • A company storing more than 20 million barrels at the Cushing crude oil hub is considering construction of a rail line from the town. (Journal Record)

  • An insurance company is looking at seizing assets of the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame. (Tulsa World)

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