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OKC Thunder: Kevin Durant to have third procedure on right foot, out 4 to 6 months

The Oklahoma City Thunder forward will need a third surgery on his right foot and has officially been ruled out for the season, the team announced Friday.
University of Oklahoma President David Boren announced the final results regarding the investigation into the Sigma Alpha Epsilon bus incident at noon on Friday.

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

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University of Oklahoma President David Boren announced the final results regarding the investigation into the Sigma Alpha Epsilon bus incident at noon on Friday.

17 Moore homes destroyed in Wednesday tornado activity, officials estimate

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City officials estimate 17 homes were destroyed by the Wednesday tornado in Moore. Twenty five homes suffered major damage and 71 had minor damage, city spokeswoman Diedre Ebry said Friday.

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.

Radio stations pull country hit because of 'gay agenda'

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Radio stations are reportedly pulling Little Big Town's latest country hit, "Girl Crush," due to complaints that the song's lyrics promote the "gay agenda."

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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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