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OU journal: Sooners decimated by injuries, Riley says

By Joe Mussatto, Staff Writer, jmussatto@oklahoman.comLincoln Riley rarely offers information about injuries. And while he stopped short of giving specific updates Saturday night after Oklahoma's 55-40 win against Kansas, Riley made it clear that his Sooners are far from full health."I can't even begin to tell you all the guys we had out today," Riley said.

OSU football journal: Logan Carter made most of opportunity with TD catch

Walk-on tight end Logan Carter has seen plenty of action as a blocker for Oklahoma State this season, but there haven't been any passes coming his way.Yet with Jelani Woods suffering an early injury in Saturday's 45-41 upset of No.

Thunder journal: Westbrooks welcome twin girls

By MADDIE LEE, Staff Writer, mlee@oklahoman.comA picture posted to Russell Westbrook's official Twitter and Instagram accounts Sunday suggests that his wife Nina gave birth to their twin daughters Saturday.The black-and-white photo shows two babies' arms side by side, with beaded bracelets spelling out “Skye” and “Jordyn.” The caption simply reads, “11.17.18,” accompanied by two hearts.The same photo on Nina Westbrook's Instagram is captioned, "Mommies girls are here and healthy.

Latest: Sheriff: List of missing after fire drops to 1,000

CHICO, Calif. (AP) — The Latest on California's wildfires (all times local):8 p.m.A Northern California sheriff says the list of names of those unaccounted for after a deadly wildfire has dropped to around 1,000.Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea says that's about 300 less than what was posted at the start of Sunday.Authorities stressed that many of the people on the list may be safe and unaware they have been reported missing.The so-called Camp Fire swept through the rural town of Paradise on Nov.

Searchers in California wildfire step up efforts; 77 dead

CHICO, Calif. (AP) — Volunteers in white coveralls, hard hats and masks poked through ash and debris Sunday, searching for the remains of victims of the devastating Northern California wildfire before rains forecast this week complicate their efforts.While the predicted downpours could help tamp down blazes that have killed 77 people so far, they also could wash away telltale fragments of bone, or turn loose, dry ash into a thick paste that would frustrate the search.A team of 10 volunteers went from burned house to burned house Sunday in the devastated town of Paradise, accompanied by a cadaver dog with a bell on its collar that jingled in the grim landscape.The members of the team scrutinized the rubble in five-minute sweeps, using sticks to move aside debris and focused on vehicles, bathtubs and what was left of mattresses.

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