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Sooners Think Offense Can Be Better

September 17, 2019 Editor 0

What does the offense that has everything do to get better? The Sooners lead the country with 677 yards per game, and are top ten in both rushing and passing yards per game. Co-offensive coordinator Bill Bedenbaugh has some ideas. “If we would have blocke

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Do you know your “super power” at work?

September 17, 2019 Editor 0

NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) – Hundreds of Middle Tennessee women gathered Tuesday afternoon to talk about Nashville Sheroes: Owning your Superpower at the first annual conference for Advancing Women in Nashville (AWIN).

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Sheriff’s Hounds Finds Toddler With Autism In 30 Minutes

September 17, 2019 Editor 0

Dogs went from being man’s best friend to toddler’s best friend in Florida on Sunday. After a 3-year-old with autism went missing in the woods, it only took the Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office bloodhounds 30 minutes to save the day. The office responde

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OHP: 1 Dead Following Crash Involving Semi In NE OKC

September 17, 2019 Editor 0

The Oklahoma City Highway Patrol says one person is dead following a crash in Northeast Oklahoma City. According to reports, the crash occurred around 8 p.m. Tuesday, at Interstate 35 and Northeast 23rd Street. The roadway is shutdown at this time, and dr

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Worcester City Council OKs ban on plastic bags at checkout

September 17, 2019 Editor 0

WORCESTER – The City Council has given preliminary approval to an ordinance that will ban lightweight single-use checkout bags, starting April 1.The council voted 11-0 Tuesday night to advertise the ordinance, which will require the use of reusable bags, recyclable paper bags or compostable plastic bags.It will be back before […]

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Transit advocates push regional rail proposal for Worcester

September 17, 2019 Editor 0

WORCESTER – Business and community leaders gathered Tuesday to hear a pitch for electrified, subway-like “regional rail” on the Worcester commuter rail line as a way to take the sting out of a decade of future construction projects affecting traffic to and from Boston.“A crisis is a terrible thing to […]

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Worcester Youth Climate Strike set to march on City Hall

September 17, 2019 Editor 0

WORCESTER – More than 100 young people are expected to march to City Hall on Friday as part of the Worcester Youth Climate Strike.A march will start at 9 a.m. at Clark University’s Sigmund Freud statue in front of Jonas Clark Hall. Another march with WPI students will start at […]