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As Final Four tips off, all eyes are on the refs
Whistles have changed the course of the NCAA tournament. Let's just hope one doesn't decide college basketball's next national champion.
Cutting the cord on cable TV, and not missing it a bit
Three years ago, Royse City Herald Banner reporter Chris McGathey and his family decided to ditch pay TV in favor of Netflix, Hulu Plus and other cheaper web-based services. It's a decision they haven't regretted.
92-year-old fan bleeds UK Wildcats blue
As the Kentucky Wildcats prepare for their 16th Final Four appearance this weekend, they’ve reawakened the passions of fans across the country, including one woman who watches every game on TV, even though she can’t clearly see the players’ faces.
Hotel open in 2015?: Hilton Garden Inn ‘rounding last corner’
LodgeWell Managing Partner Dave Owen said he has six months to start and it will take about a year to finish the downtown hotel — plus an adjoining parking garage and retail space.
Former Oklahoma Supreme Court Justice Hargrave built legacy
Former Oklahoma Supreme Court Justice Rudolph Hargrave died Tuesday in Ada. He was 89.
A graveside service is set for 2 p.m. Friday at Oakwood Cemetery in Wewoka, with the Rev. Susan Rice presiding, according to Stout-Phillips Funeral Home in Wewoka.
VIDEO: Angels hitting coach suffers bizarre leg injury
LA Angels hitting coach Don Baylor suffered a broken leg while squatting to catch a ceremonial first pitch from former Angel Vladimir Guerrero on Opening Day.
Dog reunited with family after missing 2 years
“Speedy” the Chihuahua was reunited with his family after a 26-month stint around the metro area. His owners, Lori and Don Whitton, said if he had not been micro chipped, he would not be home right now. The Whittons urge pet owners get ...
Downtown hotel unveiled to Enid City Commission
The Hilton Garden Inn planned for downtown incorporates elements of the historic Kress Building it replaces.
Daughter upset over the handling of inmate’s death
“I’d like to know why the prison won’t give me any answers. I’d really like to know why they won’t talk to me,” Sheryl Coleman said.
Sibling says Dexter drama motivated sister's 'lie' of mass murder
The older sister of Miranda Barbour, who claims she murdered more than 22 "bad people" over six years, says the story is a lie that stems from infatuation with the Showtime TV series about a Miami cop who leads a secret life as a serial killer.
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