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Bud Light introduces its new Seltzer Lemonade with an ad that depicts a downpour of literal lemons in 2020, which ruins weddings, cancels flights, disrupts at-home haircuts, destroys baseball stadium cardboard cutouts — and causes general chaos. It's a not-so-subtle nod to the plans that were derailed during 2020 and the axiom “When life gives you lemons, make lemonade."

On Saturday, Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum and Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt issued shelter-in-place orders through April 16 as an aggressive move to stop the COVID-19 virus spread. 

On Sunday, President Donald Trump extended federal social distancing guidelines through the end of April, referring to his previous desire to have the country back in full operation by Easter as "an aspiration."

We are encouraged by and support these actions.   

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Nick Bradford can spot an at-home hair-dye job "from a mile away." That's mainly because of the bands it leaves in the hair, said Bradford, a stylist and color expert who owns Solo Hair Gallery, 6506 S. Lewis Ave.

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Dear Action Line: I am getting these Internet popup ads: "Google is revolutionizing online advertising and making gobs of money in the process

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mdash; both for itself and its shareholders," and, "All you need is a computer and an Internet connection to make money with the Internet." It says it can make you

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300 a day just by placing an ad. Is this really a money-making opportunity?

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mdash; D.R., Tulsa.

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Thelma Keane, the inspiration for the mother in "The Family Circus" comic panel, died of Alzheimer's disease Friday at age 82.

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WASHINGTON -- Americans reported 20 percent more cases of consumer fraud last year than in 2006, with nearly a third of complaints related to …

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MIAMI, Fla. (AP) -- The former chief of a jewelry company was sentenced to 14 years in federal prison Friday for a work-at-home Ponzi scheme t…

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I am a widowed senior citizen trying to live on my Social Security

check. Unfortunately, my monthly

check does not cover my expenses.

Due to health problems, I am unable

to work at a regular job. I don't want

to be dependent on my family, so I

am trying to find some paying work I

can do from home.

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The machine is not a substitute for paramedics, the FDA warns.

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