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An artist’s conception shows a proposed expansion of the 10th Street bridge over Interstate 235 in Oklahoma City would include walkable space alongside traffic as part of an innovation district.
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City and state entities are considering developing Oklahoma City's Innovation District into a research hub. Journal Record editor Russell Ray discusses the project's potential $1.2 billion economic impact and how it could create 6,600 new jobs while strengthening nearby neighborhoods, parks and schools.

A screen capture from the Nov. 28 Douglass-Locust Grove high school football playoff game that ended in controversy.
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Oklahoma County District Judge Bernard Jones has denied a request by Douglass High School in Oklahoma City to replay a disputed playoff game against Locust Grove.

In his ruling Thursday morning, Jones said even though Douglass’s request was rooted in equity, it’s impossible to make sure that replaying any part of the Nov. 28 game would be fair to all involved.

There is simply no way to fully and completely replicate the events and conditions of the disputed quarterfinal in such a way that would alleviate any and all anxiety or question of fairness.

A screen capture from the Nov. 28 Douglass-Locust Grove high school football playoff game that ended in controversy.
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An Oklahoma judge says a high school football semifinal will not be played Friday so he can consider whether a team that lost in the quarterfinals is entitled to a replay.

Locust Grove's Class 3A semifinal against Heritage Hall was postponed until next week at the earliest. The Oklahoman's Scott Wright reports a hearing on the injunction will take place at 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 11.