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Candy animation: Sweet Transformations III - Tulsa World: Scene

tulsaworld.com — Click here to watch Sweet Transformations I For the past three years, Food Writer Nicole Marshall Middleton and Photo Editor Christopher Smith have created stop-motion animation using candy. Titled Sweet Transformations, each Halloween video was painstakingly created in the photo studio one shot at a time.

'Film Noir Theatre' series launching Friday on KRSC TV - Tulsa World: TV

tulsaworld.com — Writer John Wooley and co-host Jennifer Stirling bring "Film Noir Theatre" to KRSU starting Friday.

Tulsa Health Department monitoring recent traveler for Ebola virus - Tulsa World: Health

tulsaworld.com — The Oklahoma State Department of Health implemented a post-arrival Ebola virus monitoring protocol earlier this week, and the individual - who is classified as "low risk" - traveled to either Guinea, Liberia or Sierra Leone withing the past 21 days but didn't have any known exposure to the virus.
Oct 30, 2014

RT @tulsaworld: BREAKING: Tulsa Health Department monitoring recent traveler for Ebola virus - ow.ly/DB986

Oct 30, 2014

RT @tulsaworld: BREAKING: Tulsa Health Department monitoring recent traveler for Ebola virus - ow.ly/DB986

Oct 30, 2014

RT @samanthavicent: BREAKING: #Tulsa Health Department monitoring county resident who went to West Africa for Ebola virus bit.ly/1xGEq2y via @tulsaworld

Wayne Greene: Ten years after the lottery vote, a modest success - Tulsa World: Wayne's World: Editorial Pages Editor Wayne Greene

tulsaworld.com — On balance, I think the Oklahoma Lottery is a modest success for the state. It hasn't been a pancea for the state's school funding problems, and it hasn't brought any problems that the state can't handle. It has brought some modest diversion for people who can afford to play, and it has increased (modestly) the money available to public schools and higher education.
Oct 31, 2014

Wayne Greene: Ten years after the lottery vote, a modest success bit.ly/1E8nPsv via @tulsaworld

OSU Notebook: Turnover woes

tulsaworld.com — Dating to 2005, Oklahoma State has won 21 consecutive games when it does not turn the ball over. It also has won 38 of its past 40 games where it won the turnover battle.
Oct 31, 2014

RT @OSUSportsExtra: Dating to 2005, Oklahoma State has won 21 consecutive games when it does not turn the ball over. #okstate ow.ly/DCCsS

OU running back Joe Mixon reaches plea deal - Tulsa World: OU Football

tulsaworld.com — Mixon has received a one-year deferred sentence, will be responsible for 100 hours of community service and have to partake in counseling.
Oct 30, 2014

RT @OUSportsExtra: RT @EricBaileyTW: Mixon update: Video release unlikely Mon; Pickleman's "shredded crap out of (its copy)" #Sooners tulsaworld.com/sportsextra/ou…

Oct 30, 2014

RT @EricBaileyTW: Mixon update: Video release unlikely Mon; Pickleman's "paper-shredded crap out of (its copy)"; City has copy #Sooners tulsaworld.com/sportsextra/ou…

Oct 30, 2014

Mixon update: Video release unlikely Mon; Pickleman's "paper-shredded crap out of (its copy)"; City has copy #Sooners tulsaworld.com/sportsextra/ou…

Oct 30, 2014

RT @EricBaileyTW: OU president David Boren on Joe Mixon case: "The judicial outcome and the video speak for themselves." #Sooners tulsaworld.com/sportsextra/ou…

Oct 30, 2014

OU president David Boren on Joe Mixon case: "The judicial outcome and the video speak for themselves." #Sooners tulsaworld.com/sportsextra/ou…

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OU running back Joe Mixon reaches plea deal - Tulsa World: OU Football

tulsaworld.com — Mixon has received a one-year deferred sentence, will be responsible for 100 hours of community service and have to partake in counseling.

Victim's head 'mostly severed from body,' Stillwater police say - Tulsa World: Homepage1

tulsaworld.com — STILLWATER - A Stillwater man has been charged with first-degree murder after an attempted decapitation, police said at a news conference Thursday. Stillwater Police Capt. Randy Dickerson said Isaiah Marin, 21, called police Wednesday claiming he killed someone at a west-side apartment.
Oct 30, 2014

RT @samanthavicent: Latest from me on Wednesday's near-beheading in #Stillwater. Includes allegations of witchcraft: tulsaworld.com/homepage1/vict… via @tulsaworld

Oct 30, 2014

Homicide suspect arrested after police find a "mostly severed" head. Police say suspect used a sword. m.tulsaworld.com/homepage1/vict…

Oct 30, 2014

Victim's head 'mostly severed from body,' Stillwater police say bit.ly/1zNVvgt via @tulsaworld

Recent traveler with fever hospitalized in Tulsa for Ebola monitoring - Tulsa World: Homepage1

tulsaworld.com — A person who developed a fever Thursday after recently traveling to West Africa is in isolation at a Tulsa hospital, where staff will evaluate whether the person has contracted the Ebola virus, the Tulsa City-County Health Department reported Thursday evening.
Oct 31, 2014

RT @samanthavicent: Here's all I know on the person in #Tulsa under monitoring for Ebola, along w/info on protocols: bit.ly/1vmJvKX via @tulsaworld

OU Sports: One player, one problem, one preposterous prognostication and one pick for OU-Iowa State

tulsaworld.com — Sooners win, but it's not nearly enough to quiet their critics
Oct 30, 2014

One player, one problem, one preposterous prognostication and one pick for #Sooners-Cyclones: bit.ly/106b0jn

AAC women's media day: Gems from Geno - Tulsa World: TU Sports

tulsaworld.com — Any kid I'm recruiting that has a personal (basketball) trainer, I know when they come in as a freshman they are going to suck. Because the first time you put them on the floor with four other players, they have no idea what to do."
Oct 30, 2014

RT @KellyHinesTW: Geno Auriemma "in favor of paying (college) athletes" but "also in favor of firing them if they're not any good" bit.ly/1tFNa9W

Oct 30, 2014

Geno Auriemma "in favor of paying (college) athletes" but "also in favor of firing them if they're not any good" bit.ly/1tFNa9W

Randy Krehbiel: No Surprise, Henry backs Dorman - Tulsa World: Randy Krehbiel

tulsaworld.com — Former governor tries to boost fellow Democrat across the finish line.

Ask Hoover: What's up with Ole Miss; the state of the SEC; can OU dominate; getting under Stoops' skin - Sports Columnist John E. Hoover - TulsaWorld

tulsaworld.com — Answering your college football questions
Oct 30, 2014

Ask Hoover: You asked me the hard questions. I answered them with real talk. Enjoy. m.tulsaworld.com/blogs/sports/j… via @tulsaworld

Oct 30, 2014

Ask Hoover: What's up w Ole Miss; state of the SEC; can OU dominate; getting under Stoops' skin #Sooners #okstate m.tulsaworld.com/blogs/sports/j…

John E. Hoover: Bosworth's film, like Marcus Dupree's, teaches a valuable lesson - Sports Columnist John E. Hoover - TulsaWorld

tulsaworld.com — The relationships made and destroyed and made whole again are emotionally moving.
Oct 30, 2014

John E. Hoover: Here's my review of Brian Bosworth film "Brian and The Boz" m.tulsaworld.com/blogs/sports/j… via @tulsaworld

Reading Partners looking for employee groups to help struggling students - Tulsa World: Newshomepage1

tulsaworld.com — "I was uncertain because even though I'm an educated person, I thought, 'I don't know how to teach someone to read' - and it has been a long time since I was in second grade," said Barbara Bridges, an ethanol trader in QuikTrip's petroleum department who tutors a child at Kerr Elementary School.
Oct 30, 2014

Reading Partners looking for volunteers to help struggling students bit.ly/1whhjNC via @tulsaworld

OU Sports: What's OU's contract extension with Nike worth? Millions

tulsaworld.com — The two sides are set to extend their agreement through 2024
Oct 30, 2014

RT @OUSportsExtra: OU Sports: What's OU's contract extension with @Nike worth? Millions @guerinemig #Sooners ow.ly/DAwkn

Tress Way leading the NFL in punting average - Tulsa World: High School Sports

tulsaworld.com — According to NFL.com, Way averages 49.7 yards per punt, which leads the NFL.

Councilors discuss resolution limiting jail funding - Homepagelatest - TulsaWorld

tulsaworld.com — They include a $118 per inmate booking fee and a daily housing fee for state inmates from the day they enter the jail until they are charged. Once formal state charges have been filed, the inmate would become the responsibility of the county.
Oct 30, 2014

Councilors discuss resolution limiting jail funding - Homepagelatest - TulsaWorld m.tulsaworld.com/homepagelatest… via @tulsaworld

Celebrate Day of the Dead with these amazing Mexican breads and pastries - Tulsa World: News

tulsaworld.com — Traditional pan de muertos, Mexican chocolates, churros and other authentic dishes will be available at Tulsa's Day of the Dead celebration this weekend. But there are so many different kinds of Mexican breads and pastries to learn about. Here are some that we tried from Pancho Anaya, an iconic Mexican bakery at 2420 E.