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It's a video that will make you say - what?
It shows teenagers in Chelsea kicking each other in the groin, all while their coach watches...and laughs!
The teen doing the kicking went online saying it was just fun and games.
We've reached out to the kids, the coach and the school district.
No one has gotten back to us.
Tulsa Police releasing the name of an officer injured in a crash Monday.
They say Sgt. Jack Henley was on his way to a suicide call near 61st and S. Yale when another vehicle smashed into him, flipping his patrol car.
Henley was taken to the hospital and should be released by Monday night. Police say he will likely miss a few weeks of work rehabbing injuries to his lower back.
The other driver wasn't injured in the crash.
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One of the state's oldest universities is selling off ancient religious items after filing for bankruptcy.
Saint Gregory's University announced its closing at the end of the fall semester last year.
Starting July 12, the school will auction off legal documents, catholic books, and ancient documents dating back to the 15th century.
Going to college will be more expensive for students at five Oklahoma universities.
State regents approved tuition and fee increases for:
And the university of Central Oklahoma.
The increases vary from 3 to more than 5 percent for each university.