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Last week, Gov. Kevin Stitt signed House Bill 1674 from Sen. Rob Standridge, R-Norman, and Rep. Kevin West, R-Moore. The bill shields drivers from criminal or civil liability if they injure or kill someone while fearful for their life and attempting to “flee a riot.” State law defines a riot as three or more people acting violently or using force after threatening to do so. 

The man appeared to be experiencing homelessness. As of Monday morning, there was no clear indication of how the man arrived to the center median on a highway or how he died.

About 50 people, many of whom participated in a protest in south Tulsa on Monday, gathered Tuesday evening in the Tulsa Hills business district to speak out against racism and the deaths of black people by police.

Gallery: People gather to hold protest at Tulsa Hills

OSU football: After participating in Tulsa protest, linebacker Amen Ogbongbemiga tests positive for COVID-19

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Dozens of motorists showed up outside Bailey Medical Center and Ascension St. John Owasso last week to show their support for medical personne…

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