After 2 days of historic protests, Tulsa officials discuss their feelings about rallies

Mayor GT Bynum, Tulsa County Sheriff Vic Regalado and Tulsa Police Department Major Travis Yates appeared on the Pat Campbell show on KFAQ 1170 on Monday morning.
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Stitt calls National Guard to OKC and Tulsa following protests

Gov. Kevin Stitt has called the Oklahoma National Guard to state active duty in Oklahoma City and Tulsa in response to multiple days of protests that have included clashes with local police. 
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Legacy of racism spotlighted as protests continued in Oklahoma

“Enough is enough,” said Alva Boyd, an Oklahoma City resident who said the current unrest in America reminds her of the Civil Rights movement of the 1960s. 
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‘It’s more than just George’: Wave of national unrest reaches Oklahoma

What had started as a peaceful protest at a busy intersection in northwest Oklahoma City ended in downtown with tear gas being fired into crowds as police officers formed a perimeter around their headquarters
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Oklahoma looking to implement ongoing coronavirus testing in nursing homes

So far, the state has tested more than 34,000 residents and staff members at 257 nursing homes and other long-term care facilities in the state.
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Senator says he was asked to delete Epic emails

The information provided by Wilkinson and the virtual charter school board to Sharp is a central part of a libel lawsuit Epic filed against Sharp last year. 
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How does Oklahoma count coronavirus recoveries? It’s not an exact science

Calculating a recovery rate is tricky. Most cases of COVID-19 are mild and people who present with no symptoms may not be tested for the disease, and aren’t counted in the data. Because methods vary state-to-state, comparisons are virtually impossible.
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Oklahoma has 6,137 known coronavirus cases and 318 reported deaths. We’re tracking it.

The Frontier is tracking confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, in an effort to inform people where the virus is spreading.
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Half of Oklahoma’s reported coronavirus deaths come from care facilities such as nursing homes

The disease’s toll on Oklahoma’s elderly has been staggering. Oklahomans age 65 and older make up nearly 80 percent of deaths in the state, the data show.
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Unemployment agency head resigns, commission votes to move agency IT and ‘business practices’ under OMES

About an hour after the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission meeting ended, the agency's executive director Robin Roberson submitted her resignation.
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