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Rock Stars Who Appeared on 'King of the Hill'

Tom Petty, Kiss' Gene Simmons and ZZ Top are some of the many artists to get animated for the long-running Fox series. Continue reading…

Jimmy Page Recalls Led Zeppelin's First Rehearsal

Guitarist says all four musicians felt “profoundly connected” after 1968 gathering. Continue reading…

45 Years Ago: 'Frampton' Shows Peter Frampton the Way to Success

Guitarist's fourth solo album set the stage for one of the biggest-selling live discs of all time. Continue reading…

Roger Waters Postpones 2020 Tour Due to Coronavirus

Pink Floyd co-founder had planned a 31-city trek in the lead-up to the presidential election. Continue reading…

The 100 Best Beatles Covers

From soul to synth-pop, Stevie Wonder to Sonic Youth. Continue reading…

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Reactions to the passing of former Sen. Tom Coburn

From Staff reportsFormer colleagues and others commented Saturday on the death of former U.S. Sen. Tom Coburn.Vice President Mike Pence: "Senator Tom Coburn was a great conservative voice in the United States Congress and American physician whose legacy will live on.

Coronavirus in Oklahoma: 377 confirmed cases, 15 deaths

By Ryan SharpOklahoma's number of positive COVID-19 cases now stands at 377.The Oklahoma State Department of Health announced seven additional deaths and 55 additional coronavirus cases Saturday morning. Here is a look at the latest coronavirus numbers for Oklahoma:Cases in Oklahoma Positive (in-state)377Positive (out-of-state)2Negative* To be updatedHospitalizations126Deaths15Cases by countyCountyCasesDeathsAdair3Bryan1Caddo1Canadian11Carter1Cherokee1Choctaw1Cleveland465Comanche6Craig1Creek161Custer3Delaware4Garvin2Grady2Jackson1Kay18Latimer1LeFlore1Lincoln3Logan3Mayes3McClain2Muskogee7Noble3Nowata1Oklahoma1073Okmulgee2Osage6Ottawa4Pawnee141Payne12Pittsburg2Pontotoc2Pottawatomie2Sequoyah21Stephens2Tulsa573Wagoner81Washington14Total377Oklahoma cases by ageAge group, yearsConfirmed casesDeaths0-4405-175018-3564036-4970150-6497365+13711Total37715Age range0-95 yearsOklahoma cases by genderFemale191Male186Total377Oklahoma cases by testing laboratoryState public health lab124Diagnostic Laboratory of Oklahoma62Other191

Former U.S. Sen. Tom Coburn dies at 72

By Chris CasteelStaff writerccasteel@oklahoman.comFormer U.S. Sen. Tom Coburn, a physician who became a powerful force in Congress on fiscal matters, died early Saturday morning after a long fight with prostate cancer.

Trump boosts virus aid, warns governors to be 'appreciative'

WASHINGTON (AP) — After days of desperate pleas from the nation’s governors, President Donald Trump took a round of steps to expand the federal government’s role in helping produce critically needed supplies to fight the coronavirus pandemic even as he warned the leaders of hard-hit states not to cross him.“I want them to be appreciative,” Trump said Friday after the White House announced that he would be using the powers granted to him under the Korean War-era Defense Production Act to try to compel auto giant General Motors to produce ventilators.Yet Trump — who hours earlier had suggested the need for the devices was being overblown — rejected any criticism of the federal government's response to a ballooning public health crisis that a month ago he predicted would be over by now.“We have done a hell of a job," Trump said, as he sent an ominous message to state and local leaders who have been urging the federal government to do more to help them save lives.Trump said he had instructed Vice President Mike Pence not to call the governors of Washington or Michigan — two coronavirus hotspots — because of their public criticism.

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