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Without federal aid, states help themselves

Amid acres of burned timber, a home under construction sits in a clearing in Hoback Ranches, Wyoming. Many of the 55 residents who lost homes in the Roosevelt Fire are working to rebuild  with little or no help. (Bailey Lewis/News21)
August 8, 2019

By Drew Hutchinson and Bailey Lewis BONDURANT, Wyo. – Marlene “Lanie” Beebe stood in a pair of slippers, surrounded by scorched trees. A long gravel road led to rubble: shards of pottery, doll...

Campus Corner gym offers free lessons to baristas

James White, owner of James White Fitness (left), and Austin Plank, a director of Second Wind Coffeehouse (right), perform Muay Thai combinations at a Nov. 15 session for Second Wind baristas. White is a former mixed martial arts fighter who offers free Muay Thai lessons to Second Wind baristas at 6 p.m. every Thursday.
November 17, 2018

A local gym is holding free martial arts lessons for the baristas of a coffee shop near the University of Oklahoma campus. James White, a former mixed martial arts fighter, has owned James White Fitness...

New ride-share service to launch at OU

A driver parks a Shuffle vehicle by the University of Oklahoma student union. Shuffle is a new transportation service that allows students to pay $3 to ride to places on or near campus.
November 7, 2018

  A new transportation service will launch at the University of Oklahoma, allowing students to pay to get to places on or near the campus. Patrick Clark, an OU graduate, founded Shuffle with his...

OU rearranges parking, students still struggle to find spots

OU rearranges parking, students still struggle to find spots
September 14, 2018

  The University of Oklahoma parking department opened new commuter parking spots at the beginning of the school year to alleviate overcrowding, but students have still had trouble finding spots. OU...

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