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Liam Gallagher Is Practically Begging His Brother for an Oasis Reunion

Liam Gallagher tweeted that he forgives Noel and promises to buy drinks if his brother wants to bring back Oasis. Continue reading…

Dennis DeYoung Says the Promoters Are Forcing Styx to Play 'Mr. Roboto'

Dennis DeYoung said that Styx's decision to add "Mr. Roboto" to their set lists came from the promoters, not a change of heart by his former bandmates. Continue reading…

Former Chicago Drummer Tris Imboden Lists 'Relaxed and Elegant' Malibu Mobile Home for $3.5 Million

After leaving band earlier this year, drummer puts glamorous mobile home on that market. Continue reading…

Rod Stewart Announces New Album, 'Blood Red Roses'

His 30th album is on the way. First single is here now. Continue reading…

Ultimate Classic Rock to Livestream Randy Bachman Concert

Rock veteran's "Every Song Tells a Story: Songs of the Guess Who and Bachman-Turner Overdrive" show is coming to our Facebook page Saturday night. Continue reading…

Local News

Getting to know the newest members of the Thunder

By Jenni Carlson Columnist jcarlson@oklahoman.comDENNIS SCHRODERPoint guardMeasurables: 6-foot-1, 172 poundsBorn: Sept.

The numbers: Thunder saves millions in trading Carmelo Anthony

By Erik Horne Staff Writer ehorne@oklahoman.comWill Dennis Schroder and Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot upgrade the Thunder roster?

Shippy joins Syracuse coaching staff

Shippy joins Syracuse staffFormer Oklahoma State softball star Vanessa Shippy will be staying in orange, though she will wear a slightly different shade.The Syracuse softball program announced Thursday it has added Shippy to its coaching staff.

NFL and its players union working on anthem resolution

By ROB MAADDIThe NFL and National Football League Players Association have agreed to halt enforcement of rules regarding the new national anthem policy while the two sides work on a resolution.The league and its players union issued a joint statement late Thursday, hours after The Associated Press reported that Miami Dolphins players who protest on the field during the anthem could be suspended for up to four games under a team policy issued this week."The NFL and NFLPA, through recent discussions, have been working on a resolution to the anthem issue.

Bills top $100,000 for outside legal counsel in Oklahoma City panhandling ordinance litigation

By William CrumOklahoma City has run up legal bills topping $100,000 for outside attorneys to help defend the anti-panhandling ordinance passed by the city council in 2015. A trial is set for September in U.S. District Court in Oklahoma City in a lawsuit led by the American Civil Liberties Union. The ACLU asserts the ordinance tramples free speech rights and deprives individuals of their liberty. As originally written, the ordinance effectively banned panhandlers from traffic medians at busy intersections, where they ask for handouts from drivers waiting to turn left. The ordinance prohibited "sitting, standing or staying" in traffic medians.The city council subsequently relaxed the restrictions and the two sides attempted to negotiate a settlement, but those talks were unsuccessful.The amended ordinance aims to promote safety of drivers and pedestrians by restricting access to medians where the speed limit for passing traffic is 40 mph or greater.The primary effect is to prohibit cutting across busy streets between intersections.

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