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Boren: Racist SAE chant learned at national leadership cruise; 25 students disciplined

University of Oklahoma President David Boren announced the final results regarding the investigation into the Sigma Alpha Epsilon bus incident at noon on Friday. Follow live updates here.
A plan to move two Asian elephants — Chai, above, and Bamboo, above left — from Seattle to the Oklahoma City Zoo is drawing criticism from animal rights activists and others in the Washington city. AP PHOTOs Elaine Thompson - AP

Group files federal lawsuit in effort to stop elephant move

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SEATTLE — A group opposed to a plan to move two Asian elephants from the Woodland Park Zoo to Oklahoma City has filed a federal lawsuit claiming the move violates the Endangered Species Act.

Companies, employees increasingly becoming targets of government investigations

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Crowe’s Thomas Snyder discusses what employees and organizations should do if they’re approached by government investigators.

Co-pilot may have hidden illness, German prosecutors say

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MONTABAUR, Germany — Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz appears to have hidden evidence of an illness from his employers, including having been excused by a doctor from work the day he crashed a passenger plane into a mountain, prosecutors said Friday.

Film Room: How bad are the Thunder's current defensive issues?

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Back in mid-November, with nearly half the roster in a suit jacket, walking boor or both, an undermanned but gritty Thunder squad handcuffed the potent Rockets, holding Houston to 69 points on 28 percent shooting.


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Constantly evolving and taking chances, Mary Chapin Carpenter brings acoustic tour to Oklahoma City

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Five-time Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Mary Chapin Carpenter is bringing her spring acoustic tour to Oklahoma City Community College Monday for a show at the Visual and Performing Arts Center Theater.

Everything including the dishes up for grabs in Nonna's auction

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From the red velvet couch shaped like a pair of lips to the yellow-bordered china designed for the Bellagio casino in Las Vegas, much of the contents of Nonna’s Euro-American Ristorante and Bar are up for grabs in an upcoming auction.

Proposal offered to renovate Edmond's Rodkey House

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Edmond Historical Society and Museum is offering to spend $125,000 to renovate and furnish the Rodkey House, one of the oldest houses in Edmond. The society has received a $100,000 anonymous gift for the project.

Pantone spring palette is perfect blend with Thunder team colors

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Four of Pantone’s spring palette hues — tangerine, custard, classic blue and aqua — are in perfect harmony with the wardrobes of many Oklahoma Thunder fans:

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