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5 Nov
At least 10 people were injured and dozens of homes destroyed after tornadoes hit Texas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas late Friday, officials and reports said.
14 Sep 2021
A Nigerian man based in Oklahoma, United States, has been sentenced in the Northern District of Oklahoma to four years in prison for managing a group of money launderers in an online Nigerian romance scam.
19 Jun 2020
A century after Tulsa, Oklahoma saw one of the worst racial massacres in US history, many here feel President Donald Trump is reawakening old wounds by choosing the city for his first re-election rally since the coronavirus pandemic started.
16 Jun 2020
President Donald Trump on Monday rejected pleas from Tulsa, Oklahoma, not to risk aggravating coronavirus risks by holding a rally there, announcing he wants to triple the crowd to 60,000 people.
18 Nov 2019
Three people were killed in a shooting early Monday outside a Walmart store in Oklahoma, including the assailant, police said -- the latest in a string of deadly gun attacks at the popular supermarket chain.
7 Nov 2016
A 5.0-magnitude earthquake hit the U.S. state of Oklahoma on Monday with no major damage being immediately reported.
21 May 2016
Thanks to an inflatable mobile hangar, which can be packed up quickly and transported, Solar Impulse 2 can be sheltered at a variety of locations.

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