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The Shawnee News-Star
Updated at 9:34 AM

What is respect? Being considerate and polite? Listening to what people are saying? Caring about someone else’s feelings? Speaking in quiet tones even when you disagree? Using kind words toward others? Being aware of the effect of your behavior on others? It seems a little difficult to define, but everybody wants it from others. Everyone can offer examples of how they did not feel respected themselves. This is true in all venues — the grocery store, on the highway, with your family, in the gym...

Updated at 8:58 AM

There is, no doubt, a groundswell of support for criminal justice reform. President Barack Obama and Republican lawmakers have finally found some common ground.

Updated at 8:56 AM

Trying to stay safe this summer? Check out some of our favorite apps for beating the heat. These apps offer up weather info, first-aid advice and frosty snack recipes.

Updated at 8:33 AM

Zimbabwe's environment minister said Friday that the American dentist who killed Cecil the lion paid for an illegal hunt and should be extradited to the southern African nation to face justice. Referring to 55-year-old Walter James Palmer as a...

Updated at 8:30 AM

One Direction surprised their fans, announcing the release of their new single, "Drag Me Down," on Twitter.

Posted at 9:10 AM

Switched at Birth's Bay is not handling her breakup with Emmett well.At the end...

Posted at 9:10 AM

When Ice-T brings his "Cop Killer" attitude to your favorite childhood cartoons, you'll never be able to look at...

Posted at 9:10 AM

All the haters who said One Direction was over after

Posted at 8:00 AM

With road construction going on down Kickapoo Street to its east, and the new Jane E. and Nick K. Stavros Hall building coming up on the north, seeing rubble piled around the north end of Oklahoma Baptist University’s oval almost blends in.

Posted at 8:00 AM

The consultant team of Shafer Kline Warren and Dick Horton Consulting and Shawnee residents will come together to discuss the firm's findings on a parks assessment at a meeting slated for Tuesday, Aug. 4, at 6:30 p.m. at City Hall.

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