AP-OK--Oklahoma News Digest 1:30 pm, OK
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KILLINGS BY POLICE-OKLAHOMA
OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma City police say a man who robbed a cellphone store at gunpoint and was later fatally shot by officers was found by use of a tracking device he had unknowingly taken from the store during the robbery. The fatal shooting was the second by police in Oklahoma on Monday. 250 words, pursuing photos.
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OKLAHOMA HOUSE-DEMOCRATIC LEADERSHIP
OKLAHOMA CITY — Two central Oklahoma representatives are seeking to become the next leader of the state’s House Democrats, a caucus that shrunk during last week’s election. The Oklahoman reports that Reps. Emily Virgin of Norman and Jason Dunnington of Oklahoma City are both seeking the minority leader position. The caucus will vote on the issue on Thursday. 250 words.
— OKLAHOMA-TEENAGERS SHOT — Classes have been canceled at an Oklahoma school district so students can attend funeral services for two teenagers who were shot to death allegedly by their mother.
BKC--CALIFORNIA BAPTIST-ORAL ROBERTS
TULSA, Okla. — California Baptist on Tuesday night plays Oral Roberts at Mabee Center. UPCOMING: 150 words. Games starts 7 p.m. CST.
The third College Football Playoff rankings are unlikely to provide any drama after all the top teams won last week. But what scenarios over the last three weeks could cause some chaos? By College Football Writer Ralph D. Russo. UPCOMING: 700 words, with photos.
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