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Updated at 12:34 PM

If you've noticed that Donald Trump's speech sounds short and simple, you're not alone.

Posted at 11:45 AM

The Nature Conservancy and a suite of partners have teamed up to conserve an additional 3,100 acres of native prairie along the Blue River at Oka’ Yanahli Preserve in Johnston County. This property protects springs and aquifer...

Posted at 11:00 AM

The video is filled with lewd innuendos, sly suggestions and incessant repetition of the number 69. It's narrated by a young woman and man who keep saying things like "insert" and "on top" and "niiice."

Updated at 10:13 AM

Donald Trump on Tuesday appeared to reiterate his support for a physical wall along the US-Mexico border after days of speculation about whether he would support his previous immigration policies.

Updated at 9:31 AM

Good ole Joe. When he was announced as Barack Obama's running mate in 2008, the vice president brought a working man's charisma and an elderly statesman to a rock star campaign that was gripping the nation, just as it became clear America could be...

Posted at 8:45 AM

Increase your balance with a low impact class using hoops.

Posted at 8:00 AM

Editor’s Note: This is an ongoing Q&A profile series introducing new teachers that have joined Ardmore City Schools.

Posted at 8:00 AM

A Dickson teen who died in a Sunday morning wreck in Murray County was identified Monday as Ralph William Murphy II. 

Posted at 8:00 AM

With student loan debt reaching $1.26 trillion and affecting 43.3 million Americans, it’s no wonder many borrowers are falling behind. In fact, the Education Department reports more than 40 percent of those who borrowed from the...

Updated at 7:59 AM

Mark Burns, a black pastor and a prominent Donald Trump surrogate, tweeted a picture of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in blackface Monday before taking it down and apologizing for it.

Posted Aug 29, 2016 at 9:45 PM

The University of Tulsa volleyball team was swept by South Dakota in the final game of the Hurricane Classic at the Donald W. Reynolds Center on Saturday afternoon.

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