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'Dukes of Hazzard' Star Defends 'Innocent' 'General Lee' Car

Co-stars Tom Wopat and John Schneider have weighed in on vehicle's use of Confederate flag. Continue reading…

Watch Joan Jett Cover 'Jeepster' From T. Rex Tribute Album

Remake of glam-rock classic appears on 'AngelHeaded Hipster.' Continue reading…

The Beatles Are Rock's Only Million-Selling Act So Far This Year

Queen, Imagine Dragons, Fleetwood Mac and Metallica round out Nielsen's top five from 2020's first half. Continue reading…

August 2020 New Music Releases

First of three COVID-inspired reformulations of Record Store Day highlights this month's list. Continue reading…

Metallica Announce Release of 'S&M2' Album

New live project was compiled from two shows the band performed with the San Francisco Symphony last year. Continue reading…

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Police resignations, retirements increase in Norman

By Tim WillertStaff writertwillert@oklahoman.comNORMAN — As many as 14 sworn police officers have either resigned, retired or considered other employment since the city council voted last month to defund the Norman Police Department, The Oklahoman has learned.Sgt.

Poll: Do you wear a face mask? Tell us

From Staff ReportsAs coronavirus cases surge in the state, The Oklahoman wants to hear from readers about wearing face masks.

Wilson officers facing murder charges fired

By Sierra RainsThe ArdmoreiteWILSON — Two Wilson police officers have been fired from their positions after they were charged with second-degree murder in the in-custody death of a man they are accused of tasing more than 50 times.Wilson Mayor Frank Schaff said officers Joshua Taylor, 26, and Brandon Dingman, 34, are no longer employed but would not comment on when they were let go.

China's economy rebounds to 3.2% growth in latest quarter as anti-virus controls ease

BEIJING (AP) — China's economy rebounds to 3.2% growth in latest quarter as anti-virus controls ease.

Pressure mounts for Stitt to impose statewide mask order in Oklahoma

By Carmen FormanStaff writercforman@oklahoman.comAs Oklahoma’s COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations continue to climb, more Oklahomans are calling on Gov.

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