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MOORE — Moore Public Schools has reported 24 new COVID-19 cases among students and staff since Sept. 7, according to a district spokesperson.

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The University of Oklahoma reported Friday that 62 students tested positive for COVID-19 prior to move-in day, and one student has also tested positive for the virus since arriving on campus.

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Two Moore Public Schools students, at two different sites, tested positive for COVID-19, according to a spokesperson.

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Moore Public Schools released Friday an updated “Return to Learn” plan for the 2020-2021 school year that includes new face mask requirements and revisions to the district's COVID-19 exposure plan and quarantine protocol. 

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Max Townsend will stand trial for a Feb. 3 incident that killed three Moore high school students and injured several others, a Cleveland County judge ruled Friday.

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The Moore City Council opted not to vote to prepare a city-wide mandatory mask ordinance during Thursday's special session.

NORMAN — Charges against a man accused of running over a group of Moore High School cross-country runners in February were updated to 11 felony counts on Monday.

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Five officers either have resigned or put in for an earlier retirement since June 16 when the city council’s budget amendments left nine positions unfilled, Norman Police Department officials confirmed this week.

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TULSA, OKLA. — Ray Reynolds had never voted before President Donald Trump stepped into the political arena.

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Before Norman's 11-hour city council meeting where the Norman Police Department did not receive the funding increase it hoped for, Moore’s city council approved its budget without changes. 

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Before Norman's 11-hour city council meeting where the Norman Police Department did not receive the funding increase it hoped for, Moore’s city council approved its budget without changes. 

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• Editor’s note: There are more questions than answers regarding when, and how, college football will begin again. Each week until next season, The Transcript will produce its Watch List to monitor developments, setbacks or points of interest surrounding college football’s anticipated return. 

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The number of Cleveland County residents requesting absentee mail-in ballots has jumped 225 percent compared to the same period four years ago, county election officials said Thursday.

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While some recent protests across the country have turned into violent altercations between protestors and police officers, the protest at Andrews Park Amphitheater on Monday was much calmer in comparison.

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The City of Moore rescinded its shelter in place order Saturday and will adhere to Gov. Kevin Stitt's Open Up and Recover Safety plan, according to a memo from Mayor Glenn Lewis.

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