Former TV reporter files to run against Jim Inhofe
By Chris Casteel Staff writer ccasteel oklahoman.com Attorney and former Oklahoma City news reporter Abby Broyles filed Thursday as a Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate...
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Oklahoma universities to get $107 million in federal relief funds
By Nuria Martinez-Keel Staff writer nmartinez-keel oklahoman.com Oklahoma colleges and universities will get more than $107 million in federal stimulus funds, over $53.7...
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Iowa Woman Drove to Police Station, Asked Officers to Test Her Methamphetamine for Coronavirus, Cops Say
While the woman's request might seem odd, police stations around the U.S. have actually been telling meth users that their stashes might be infected with the deadly virus.
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Nurses speak out about toll of coronavirus pandemic
In a survey of 1,200 nurses across the U.S., a majority said they feel their institution is not prepared for COVID-19 and are concerned about exposing their families. Nurses...
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Nearly 17 million filed for unemployment over last 3 weeks due to coronavirus
The U.S. went from a 50-year unemployment low to some 17 million Americans seeking jobless benefits. That number is likely much higher, as some have been unable to file because...
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Jefferson Park girl, 7, sells bracelets to support Lurie Children's Hospital
COVID-19 is creating new challenges for the U.S. healthcare system, but one Jefferson Park 7-year-old is doing her part to help a hospital that helped her in the first days of...
26 minutes ago - ABC
U.S. spy agencies collected raw intel hinting at public health crisis in Wuhan, China, in November
Current and former officials say there was no formal assessment in November, but there was raw intel that fueled formal assessments written in December.
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U.S. Postal Service asks Congress for $75 billion bailout as coronavirus crushes economy
The U.S. Postal Service's top official pleaded with lawmakers Thursday for a $75 billion federal bailout, saying her agency is hemorrhaging cash so quickly that it could go...
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U.S. states share, get creative in hunt for medical supplies
With the federal stockpile drained of protective gear, states are turning to each other, private industries and anyone who can donate in a desperate bid to get respirators...
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Foreign Spies Are Targeting Americans on Zoom and Other Video Chat Platforms, U.S. Intel Officials Say
As much of the world works from home , an explosion of video conference calls has provided a playground not just for Zoombombers, phishermen and cybercriminals, but also for...
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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is out of intensive care
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is no longer in intensive care, though he remains hospitalized after persistent coronavirus symptoms.
Mad magazine illustrator Mort Drucker dies at 91
He died at his home with his wife of more than 70 years by his side.
Another 6.6 million Americans filed for unemployment benefits last week
Another 6.6 million people filed for unemployment benefits last week, according to the US Department of Labor, as American workers continue to suffer from devastating job...
'Saturday Night Live' is producing new original content remotely this weekend
Live from various homes, it's Saturday night!
Bar owner takes $3,714 in stapled bills off walls to give to staff
Before the coronavirus pandemic, Jennifer Knox would walk into her bar and soak in the sounds of people chatting while sipping on their drinks and listening to local musicians...
Nearly a third of Americans didn't pay rent this month, new data shows
With nearly 10 million Americans filing for unemployment in March, April 1 was always going to be a difficult day for U.S. renters.
White House will test reporters for coronavirus before briefings
White House reporters will soon learn if they have the coronavirus when they show up to attend daily briefings with President Trump. Journalists with so-called “hard passes”...
Joe Biden releases plan to expand Medicare and forgive some student debt
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden pushed out new proposals Thursday to expand Medicare and forgive student debt - in a less-than-subtle appeal to the...
Part 2: State epidemiologist answers viewer questions on COVID-19
State epidemiologist Dr. Benjamin Chan joined News 9 live via Skype to answer your questions about COVID-19.
Over 300,000 Canadians may die from Covid-19 in case of ‘no control effort'...
The Public Health Agency of Canada has issued a report detailing the possible best and worst-case scenarios of the Covid-19 pandemic, with the most grim projections saying the...