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(NEXSTAR)-It was supposed to be a nationally-televised, star-studded event commemorating a horrific tragedy in the Greenwood District of Tulsa. One hundred years after white mobs razed “Black Wall Street,” the highly-publicized Remember and Rise ceremony has been canceled.

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An Oklahoma City Police Department officer has been fired after several allegations of misconduct, one including not collecting a severed ear at a crime scene.

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An armed Utah teacher was able to stop the attempted kidnapping of the student.

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Negotiations between Senate Republicans and President Biden on an infrastructure bill have moved into a new phase after senators unveiled their $928 billion counteroffer.

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The governor of Alabama kicked off a new initiative to help prevent suicide among veterans.

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As we approach Memorial Day Monday, celebrations have already begun in West Virginia with a mission called Carry The Load, to restore the true meaning of the holiday and honor our nation’s heroes.

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A paralyzed vet in New Orleans gets an exoskeleton from a VA hospital and learns how to walk again. Go into a holiday weekend with a heroic tale

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