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Headlines: High School Football, 2015 Legislature & Norman Rape

Headlines for Thursday, December 4, 2014:

  • A controversial high school playoff game won’t get replayed despite protestations from the NAACP and Oklahoma City lawmakers. (NewsOK)

  • Lawmakers are getting ready for the upcoming legislative session which starts February 2. (Journal Record)

  • A former Norman High School student accused of rape gets arraigned. (News9)

  • New Mexico State University is getting to keep the Classic Aggie. (Las Cruces Sun-News)

  • Oklahoma State University beats North Texas, 87-61, thanks to play from their star guard. (Stillwater News Press)

  • Oklahoma businesses are keeping a close eye on oil prices which are trending downward. (Journal Record)

  • State lawmakers aren’t giving a $5 billion education bond proposal much hope. (Oklahoma Watch)

  • A state Senator gets arrested after deputies found him asleep in his truck and smelling of alcohol. (NewsOK)

  • Federal Authorities want an immediate halt to wind turbine construction in Osage County. (Tulsa World)

  • The Oklahoma City Redhawks are changing their name to the Dodgers. (KOCO)

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