By The Associated PressSomething is missing from the Boston power play.
The uninterrupted puck movement and cross-ice passes to a wide open David Pastrnak aren't there anymore.Read more on

By The Associated PressNEW YORK — There's been a buzz about thoroughbred racing since the Kentucky Derby and it just might increase when the "What if?Read more on

By Berry Tramel btramel@oklahoman.comFirst, Bob Beyer left for the Sacramento Kings. Then Mark Bryant and Darko Rajakovic left for the Phoenix Suns.
And suddenly Billy Donovan had lost 60 percent of his coaching staff.
The Thunder largely is a secret society, so it’s hard to know what goes on behind the closed doors off Britton Road.Read more on

By The Associated PressPARIS — From the Eiffel Tower to the Champs-Élysées and across the Paris Metro, the Women's World Cup has had little visibility in the French capital.
The hosts at least made their presence felt on the field on Friday in front of French President Emmanuel Macron.Read more on

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Staff reportsOklahoma State's rally came up short in Game 1 of its NCAA baseball super regional at Texas Tech on Friday in an 8-6 loss.
Game 2 is at 5 p.m.

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By Cameron JourdanStaff writercjourdan@oklahoman.comEDMOND — Brooklyn Benn had faced a similar situation just a day before.
As she strolled downhill off the 16th green and onto the 17th tee box, she was 1 down in her match.Read more on

By Cameron JourdanOklahoma doesn't offer the heptathlon, but it's safe to say Madelyn McCabe would be one of the state's best.The senior at Cashion won a silver medal in the girls heptathlon at the Great Southwest Track & Field Classic on Friday in Albuquerque, New Mexico, with 4617 points.Read more on

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — In a story published June 5 about a federal forensic analysis of electronic poll books in Durham County, North Carolina, The Associated Press reported erroneously that paper ballots were issued after poll books malfunctioned in the county on Election Day in 2016.Read more on

By Joe MussattoThe men’s college basketball 3-point line will move back more than a foot beginning next season, the NCAA announced earlier this week.Read more on

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By Darla SlipkeStaff writerdslipke@oklahoman.comAs Oklahoma lawmakers considered a permitless carry bill earlier this year, Jenny Birch was part of a group that flocked to the state Capitol to talk to legislators, deliver a petition against the measure and listen to debate on the issue.
Dubbed the “Minute Moms” for their ability to mobilize at a moment’s notice, they wore red shirts with the logo of their organization, Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America.
On Saturday, they’ll be wearing shirts of a different color as they gather at 10 a.m.Read more on