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    The winning numbers in Tuesday evening's drawing of the 'Mega Millions' game were:08-23-24-25-27, Mega Ball: 9, Megaplier: 2(eight, twenty-three, twenty-four, twenty-five, twenty-seven; Mega Ball: nine; Megaplier: two)Estimated jackpot: $191 million
  • SAN ANTONIO (89) Leonard 6-12 0-0 13, Aldridge 9-23 5-6 23, Gasol 0-2 0-0 0, Parker 3-9 0-1 6, Green 1-6 0-0 3, Gay 8-11 3-4 21, Bertans 0-0 0-0 0, Lauvergne 2-2 0-0 4, Mills 3-8 0-0 8, Murray 0-1 0-0 0, Forbes 2-8 1-2 6, Ginobili 1-5 3-4 5, Paul 0-0 0-2 0. Totals 35-87 12-19 89. DALLAS (95) Barnes 8-17 0-0 17, Kleber 2-5 0-0 5, Nowitzki 1-8 4-4 6, Ferrell 7-14 0-0 16, Matthews 7-15 0-0 16, Powell 5-7 2-4 12, Mejri 1-1 0-0 2, Harris 1-9 2-2 5, Barea 6-11 2-2 16, Cleveland 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 38-89 10-12 95. San Antonio 23 21 25 20—89 Dallas 30 16 21 28—95 3-Point Goals_San Antonio 7-28 (Gay 2-2, Mills 2-5, Green 1-4, Leonard 1-4, Forbes 1-5, Gasol 0-1, Aldridge 0-1, Parker 0-2, Ginobili 0-4), Dallas 9-24 (Ferrell 2-3, Matthews 2-5, Barea 2-5, Kleber 1-3, Barnes 1-3, Harris 1-3, Cleveland 0-1, Nowitzki 0-1). Fouled Out_None. Rebounds_San Antonio 49 (Aldridge 13), Dallas 49 (Powell 12). Assists_San Antonio 20 (Forbes 4), Dallas 17 (Barea 6). Total Fouls_San Antonio 11, Dallas 19. Technicals_Gay, Mejri. A_19,874 (19,200).
  • These Oklahoma lotteries were drawn Tuesday:Cash 505-06-10-20-32(five, six, ten, twenty, thirty-two)Mega Millions08-23-24-25-27, Mega Ball: 9, Megaplier: 2(eight, twenty-three, twenty-four, twenty-five, twenty-seven; Mega Ball: nine; Megaplier: two)Estimated jackpot: $191 millionPick 33-0-9(three, zero, nine)Poker Pick8C-7D-10D-5S-6S(8C, 7D, 10D, 5S, 6S)PowerballEstimated jackpot: $229 million
  • The winning numbers in Tuesday evening's drawing of the Oklahoma Lottery's 'Cash 5' game were:05-06-10-20-32(five, six, ten, twenty, thirty-two)
  • The winning numbers in Tuesday evening's drawing of the Oklahoma Lottery's 'Poker Pick' game were:8C-7D-10D-5S-6S(8C, 7D, 10D, 5S, 6S)
  • The winning numbers in Tuesday evening's drawing of the Oklahoma Lottery's 'Pick 3' game were:3-0-9(three, zero, nine)
  • The Latest on calls for University of Oklahoma Board of Regents member Kirk Humphreys to resign after he compared gay people to pedophiles (all times local):5:15 p.m.University of Oklahoma Regent Kirk Humphreys says he has no plans to step down from his post despite calls for his resignation after comments he made comparing gay people to pedophiles.Humphreys told the Associated Press in an email Tuesday he didn't mean to compare homosexuality with pedophilia and apologized for his 'lack of clarity.' He added that he intends to continue serving on all the board on which he currently serves, including the University of Oklahoma Board of Regents.About 100 protesters showed up at a regents meeting Tuesday seeking Humphreys' resignation.Humphreys did not attend the meeting. It ended with no discussion about the comments he made on an Oklahoma City public affairs TV show that aired Sunday.Republican Gov. Mary Fallin appointed Humphreys in 2012 and indicated in a statement she doesn't plan to ask him to step down.___1 p.m.The son of University of Oklahoma Board of Regents member Kirk Humphreys is distancing himself from his father's comments in which he compared gay people to pedophiles.Oklahoma City real estate developer Blair Humphreys issued a statement late Monday calling his father's comments 'hurtful and unfair.' Blair Humphreys is the managing director and developer of the Wheeler District, a newly designed residential community along the city's downtown riverfront.Calls have been mounting for Kirk Humphreys to resign since he made the comments on an Oklahoma City public affairs TV show that aired Sunday.The regents are meeting Tuesday in Oklahoma City. Gay rights supporters are among those planning a protest.Humphreys said in a statement Monday that he regretted his comments and that he didn't mean to equate gay people with pedophiles.___12:50 p.m.Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin says University of Oklahoma Board of Regents member Kirk Humphreys' comments comparing gay people to pedophiles are regrettable, but says Humphreys has apologized and 'it is time to move forward.'Fallin issued a statement on the incident Tuesday amid calls for Humphreys to resign. She said she disagrees with the comments. He made them on an Oklahoma City public affairs TV show that aired Sunday.Fallin appointed the real estate developer and former Oklahoma City mayor to the Board of Regents in 2012.The regents are meeting Tuesday in Oklahoma City. Gay rights supporters are among those planning a protest.Humphreys said in a statement Monday he regretted his comments and that he didn't mean to equate gay people with pedophiles.___6:46 a.m.The University of Oklahoma Board of Regents is scheduled to meet for the first time since one of its members compared gay people to pedophiles.OU regents will meet Tuesday amid calls for board member Kirk Humphreys to resign. He made the comments on an Oklahoma City public affairs TV show that aired Sunday.An OU alumni group called for his resignation, and the student body president encouraged the campus to voice its opinion on Humphreys' 'ignorant' words. OU's president said he disagreed with the views.Humphreys said in a statement Monday night that he regretted his comments and that he didn't mean to equate gay people with pedophiles. He also told The Oklahoman he's morally opposed to homosexuality and that he should be able to freely express that belief.
  • Oklahoma City native Gayla Peevey has welcomed another hippopotamus to the city's zoo, more than 60 years after her song about wanting one for Christmas helped the facility purchase its first.The singer was on hand as the 26-year-old pygmy hippopotamus Francesca made her first Oklahoma public appearance since moving from the San Diego Zoo.In 1953, the then 10-year-old Peevey sang the novelty hit, 'I Want a Hippopotamus For Christmas.' It led to a statewide fund drive in which children donated dimes to purchase and bring a pachyderm to the zoo.Peevey also was there in December 1953 when the Nile hippopotamus Mathilda arrived.Francesca joins 43-year-old Wolee in the zoo's pachyderm exhibit.Pygmy hippos are listed as endangered with fewer than 3,000 in the wild.
  • Paul George knows the crowd at Bankers Life Fieldhouse well enough to expect a rude reception when he returns for the first time.George spent seven seasons with the Indiana Pacers, and the four-time All-Star helped them reach the Eastern Conference Finals twice. After last season, George's camp made it clear Indiana didn't figure into his long-term plans, so the disappointed Pacers traded him to Oklahoma City for Victor Oladipo and Domantas Sabonis rather than risk getting nothing in return for him.Indiana fans value loyalty — the player they hold in the highest regard, Reggie Miller, stayed with the Pacers for 18 years. They had their hearts broken back in 2005-06 when Ron Artest demanded a trade, the first step in the dismantling of a nucleus the Pacers expected to compete for NBA titles for years to come.George, also a one-time centerpiece to Indiana's title hopes, is gone, too. He figures boos will rain down as a result.'I honestly wouldn't think it would be any other way,' he said. 'The Pacers fans outweigh the Paul George fans, so that's what I'm looking forward to. I'm going to embrace that. I'm going to thrive on that. It's going to give me the energy to play better.'Thunder forward Carmelo Anthony will be in a similar situation when the Thunder visit the New York Knicks on Saturday. Anthony was sent to Oklahoma City in the offseason after he waived a no-trade clause.'When he gets booed, we get booed,' Anthony said. 'We're in this together. We understand the situation. I'm pretty sure he's going to embrace that situation, and we're going to help him embrace that situation, and as a team, we're going to help him embrace that situation.'George's transition has been a bit bumpy. He is playing outstanding defense, yet still getting comfortable on offense alongside Anthony and Russell Westbrook. He's averaging 20.6 points on 42 percent shooting overall and 41 percent shooting from 3-point range and leads the league with 2.4 steals per game. The team has struggled to a 12-14 record.'We're not enjoying these losses but we're enjoying the grind,' George said. 'We're enjoying the battles, we're enjoying the targets on our backs. We're enjoying everything that brought this team together.'The trade seems to be just what Oladipo needed. After Monday's games, he ranked 10th in the league with 24.5 points per game, and the Pacers were No. 5 in the Eastern Conference with a 16-11 record.'I think he's just in attack mode,' George said. 'He's aggressive. He's confident. You can tell he's worked extremely hard over this past summer, and Indy has given him the keys. You've got a young team around, a fresh locker room. It's a lot of positive energy over there. They are playing well. They are playing good basketball.'Oladipo downplayed Wednesday's game in his typical low-key manner. He said he still is friends with his former Thunder teammates and the game simply is about handling business.'I look forward to every game, every game I play,' he said. 'This is just another game, just another game that we've got to win. Obviously, you guys and the fans want to blow it up, which is fine. But we have to go out and play Pacers basketball.'Anthony preferred to stir the pot. He believes the expected hostile environment in Indianapolis will provide an opportunity to build team unity.'We've got to be ready for that because it's us against the whole (state of) Indiana,' Anthony said. 'Not just the Pacers, but the whole Indiana. I think Paul is ready for it. As a professional, as a competitor, it's kind of bittersweet because you spent so much time and you want a different reaction from the people you put a lot of work in for, you fought for and you competed for. But then again, you want to go in there and have a good game. You want to win.'___AP Sports Writer Michael Marot in Indianapolis contributed to this report.___Follow Cliff Brunt on Twitter: www.twitter.com/CliffBruntAP .___For more NBA coverage: https://apnews.com/tag/NBAbasketball .
  • The Oklahoma State Board of Health has fired internal auditor Jay Holland as director of the Office of Accountability Systems.The board voted Tuesday to dismiss Holland, who was placed on leave following the resignation of Terry Cline as health commissioner amid what the board called financial mismanagement.Board spokesman Tony Sellars referred questions to the state Attorney General's Office, where spokeswoman Terri Watkins declined comment.The finances of the health department are the subject of an investigative audit by the state auditor's office and an investigation by state House committee. A multi-county grand jury is also investigating the agency.
  • The acting head of the Oklahoma State Department of Health says a $30 million cash infusion from the Legislature will help pay vendors and fund layoffs. Acting Oklahoma Health Commissioner Preston Doerflinger made the comments Monday during more than two hours of testimony before a House panel looking into the agency's budget problems. Doerflinger announced last week that 198 employees at the department would be laid off to reduce costs.  He says some of the $30 million will be used to give laid-off employees a cash payment equal to 18 months of health insurance premiums. Doerflinger says more systemic changes are needed to permanently stabilize the agency after years of mismanagement.
  • The University of Oklahoma Board of Regents scheduled to meet Tuesday amid calls for board member Kirk Humphreys to resign. Humphreys compared gay people to pedophiles during an interview with an Oklahoma City television station that aired on Sunday. An OU alumni group called for his resignation. The student body president encouraged the campus to voice its opinion on Humphreys' 'ignorant' words.” OU's president said he disagreed with the views. Humphreys said in a statement Monday night that he regretted his comments and that he didn't mean to equate gay people with pedophiles. 
  • Trading barbs with President Donald Trump via Twitter on Tuesday, women Democrats demanded that Congress investigate past claims of sexual misconduct leveled against the President during the 2016 campaign, as several lawmakers took the extra step of asking for Mr. Trump’s resignation. “President Trump should resign. But, of course, he won’t hold himself accountable,” said Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY), who has emerged as the leader of efforts to pressure the President on the issue of past allegations. Mr. Trump lobbed a Twitter barb directly at the New York Democrat on Tuesday morning, labeling her a “lightweight” and “total flunky.” Lightweight Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, a total flunky for Chuck Schumer and someone who would come to my office “begging” for campaign contributions not so long ago (and would do anything for them), is now in the ring fighting against Trump. Very disloyal to Bill & Crooked-USED! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 12, 2017 Gillibrand answered back, saying her voice would not be shut down by the President. You cannot silence me or the millions of women who have gotten off the sidelines to speak out about the unfitness and shame you have brought to the Oval Office. https://t.co/UbQZqubXZv — Kirsten Gillibrand (@SenGillibrand) December 12, 2017 And she was joined by other Democrats as well, in calling for the stories about the President to get more of a public airing. . @realDonaldTrump is a misogynist, compulsive liar, and admitted sexual predator. Attacks on Kirsten are the latest example that no one is safe from this bully. He must resign. https://t.co/7lNI23K7ib — Senator Mazie Hirono (@maziehirono) December 12, 2017 Are you really trying to bully, intimidate and slut-shame @SenGillibrand? Do you know who you're picking a fight with? Good luck with that, @realDonaldTrump. Nevertheless, #shepersisted. https://t.co/mYJtBZfxiu — Elizabeth Warren (@SenWarren) December 12, 2017 A day after the White House turned aside questions about past claims made by women against the President, Mr. Trump directly addressed the matter, saying that it was all “FAKE NEWS,” calling the charges against him nothing more than ‘false accusations and fabricated stories.’ Despite thousands of hours wasted and many millions of dollars spent, the Democrats have been unable to show any collusion with Russia – so now they are moving on to the false accusations and fabricated stories of women who I don’t know and/or have never met. FAKE NEWS! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 12, 2017 At a news conference on Tuesday afternoon, a group of House Democratic women asked Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC), the head of the House Oversight committee, to investigate the accusations against Mr. Trump. “At least 17 women have publicly accused the President of sexual misconduct,” the letter to Gowdy stated. “The President’s own remarks appear to back up the allegations,” the letter continued. “The President has boasted in public and in crude terms that he feels at liberty to perpetrate such conduct against women.” “The ‘Me-Too’ movement has arrived,” said Rep. Lois Frankel (D-FL). “Victims must be heard, perpetrators must be held accountable.” 'To date, more than 17 women have publicly come forward to accuse Donald Trump of sexual misconduct,' lawmaker says. 'Simply said, Americans deserve the truth.' https://t.co/mIxkZRGYzP pic.twitter.com/QhBvmGSxE1 — CBS News (@CBSNews) December 12, 2017 At a news conference, Frankel said the letter – which originally had 58 signatures – had swiftly jumped to over 100 in all. “Americans deserve the truth,” Frankel told reporters. While the Democratic women were in the spotlight, some of their male colleagues also chimed in with calls for a more thorough review of the accusations against Mr. Trump. “If you called for Franken to step down, don’t you also have to say it is the right thing for the President to resign?” said Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-OR) on CNN.
  • After enduring weeks of speculation on what would happen if controversial Republican Roy Moore wins a seat in the U.S. Senate, lawmakers on Capitol Hill are waiting like everyone else to see the next act in this political play, as Senate GOP leaders have made clear they won’t give Moore a hero’s welcome if he does emerge victorious on Tuesday night in Alabama. As Senators arrived for their first vote of the week on Monday evening, Republicans ran a gauntlet of reporters asking a simple question – will Roy Moore soon be in the U.S. Senate? “I don’t know,” said Sen. Richard Shelby (R-AL), the senior Senator from the Yellowhammer State, who has made clear that he did not vote for Moore, but instead wrote in another Republican in the Alabama Senate race. Pressed again to say if Moore would win, Shelby re-emphasized his vote. “Not with my help,” he said. The polls in Alabama have been back and forth in recent weeks. The latest on Monday from Fox News, showed a 10 point lead for Moore’s Democratic opponent, Doug Jones. Fox News Poll: Enthused Democrats give Jones lead over Moore in Alabama https://t.co/7RZmnq0zXN #FoxNews — Mihai Scorobete (@MihaiScorobete) December 11, 2017 “We’ll see,” said Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ), who denounced Moore, and gave $100 to the Jones campaign. “At this point it’s what I call a turnout race,” said Rep. Bradley Byrne (R-AL), when asked who would win. “It depends who gets their vote out.” While Byrne believes the edge is with the GOP, political pollsters say his turnout argument is on point. “Tomorrow’s Alabama Senate special election will depend on which candidate has more people turn out to vote for him,” pollster Frank Luntz wrote Monday on Twitter. This group of conservative Alabama voters say all 9 of Roy Moore's accusers have been paid to lie against him. #ALSen https://t.co/OT1vV33KRT — Frank Luntz (@FrankLuntz) December 9, 2017 Outside the Senate chamber, many Republicans wanted to wait and see the vote totals before worrying about their next move. “Let’s see what happens,” said Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI), as he was pursued by a group of reporters. “That’s a decision that I leave to the Leader,” Johnson said when asked how Moore should be dealt with by his fellow Republicans – if he wins. “I’m not going to make a call on his qualifications,” said Sen. Thom Tillis (R-NC) of Moore. “That will be a decision that will be made after the outcome of the election.” Others were quiet on the subject of Roy Moore for an obvious reason. “The answer to your question is, I’m doing good,” said Sen. Johnny Isakson (R-GA), before I had even asked the Senator a question. “I can’t talk to you about anything because I’m the Ethics Chairman,” Isakson added, as the Georgia Republican would be in charge of any ethics review of Moore, which the Senate Majority Leader has made clear he would ask for that if Moore is elected. Isakson – and his GOP colleagues – will find out Tuesday night what’s next for them, and what’s next for Roy Moore.