Today is Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017. Here's what you need to know.
News from The Post:
See how many arrests happen on the OU golf course. (The Post)
The College of Fine Arts has a new dean. (The Post)
Haunted houses are ready to give attendees the perfect fright night this Halloween season. (The Post)
According to , a small asteroid will safely pass by Earth at approximately 26,000 miles today. The asteroid was discovered by a team in Hawaii back in 2012 and has not been spotted since. The passing of this will allow asteroid trackers around the world test their ability to operate as a coordinated International Asteroid Warning Network to communicate and coordinate their optical and radar observations for a real scenario.
"Asteroid trackers are using this flyby to test the worldwide asteroid detection and tracking network, assessing our capability to work together in response to finding a potential real asteroid-impact threat,” Michael Kelley, program scientist and NASA Planetary Defense Coordination Office, said.
Scores and Game Times
None to report.
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Utah police officer who aggressively arrested nurse has been fired (NPR)