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    Promotional Value Prizes 1)Contest Description: From time to time as opportunity arises, KTUL ("Station") will give away small promotional prizes ($100 or less in value). The contest will be a
    Promotional Value Prizes 1)Contest Description: From time to time as opportunity arises, KTUL ("Station") will give away small promotional prizes ($100 or less in value). The contest will be a
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    The Tulsa Zoo is celebrating the birth of three endangered Malayan tiger cubs.
    The Tulsa Zoo is celebrating the birth of three endangered Malayan tiger cubs.
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    Mobile Mexican Consulate in Tulsa

    A mobile consulate will set-up shop in Tulsa for a week to help immigrants with documents.The Mexican Consulate is staffed by six members and will spend one week in Tulsa and a week in Oklahoma City.The project was created to help process passports and registration documents for the Mexican community. Approximately 130 people will be seen each day the consulate is open.Mexican's who live in Oklahoma normally have to drive to the consulate in Little Rock, but the mobile consulate hopes this wi...
    A mobile consulate will set-up shop in Tulsa for a week to help immigrants with documents.The Mexican Consulate is staffed by six members and will spend one week in Tulsa and a week in Oklahoma City.The project was created to help process passports and registration documents for the Mexican community. Approximately 130 people will be seen each day the consulate is open.Mexican's who live in Oklahoma normally have to drive to the consulate in Little Rock, but the mobile consulate hopes this wi...
  • 4.2 Earthquake Rocks Central Oklahoma

    4.2 Earthquake Rocks Central Oklahoma

    A 4.2 magnitude earthquake rocked central Oklahoma this morning.The epicenter of the earthquake was recorded seven miles southwest of Guthrie. According to the U.S. Geological Survey's website, the quake was recorded as a strong, but with possible light damage.
    A 4.2 magnitude earthquake rocked central Oklahoma this morning.The epicenter of the earthquake was recorded seven miles southwest of Guthrie. According to the U.S. Geological Survey's website, the quake was recorded as a strong, but with possible light damage.

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