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SHAWNEE, Okla. – Tired of wine? Ever try Graffiti with a cold brew?

The MGMoA is hosting a Graffiti and Beer event on Saturday, May 3 from 6-8 p.m.

Learn the art of graffiti while enjoying beer and a nacho bar!

Tickets are $25 and pre-registration is required.

You can purchase tickets online here or by calling 405-878-5300.

“Cousin D” will be leading the graffiti workshop.

Participants will graffiti a specially made wall beside the museum for this event.

MGMoA will provide aprons, gloves and masks; however, you will be working with spray paint so dress accordingly.

The Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art is located on the campus of St. Gregory’s University, 1900 W. MacArthur St. in Shawnee.

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School testing company faces Board of Ed. after malfunctions, takes full responsibility

OKLAHOMA CITY – The company responsible for statewide school testing malfunctions faced an angry state board of education this afternoon.

More than 8,000 students were forced to stop standardized tests Monday, thanks to glitches in the CTB/McGraw Hill system.

State educators say the company’s apologies do not make up for Monday’s frustration.

Putnam City North teacher, Bethany Lorenz, says, “They show up and they’ve been prepared, they’re mentally prepared, they’re physically prepared and they get there and they can’t do it. Talk about frustrating.”

It was the story echoed around the state as educators saw disappointment on their kids’ faces.

All of the technological chaos has her thinking about the good old paper and pencil days.

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Play every weeknight at 10 p.m. on News Channel 4 through May 21, 2014.

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Tax break could be coming for Oklahoma’s richest

OKLAHOMA CITY – The richest residents of Oklahoma may be getting a new tax break.

It is a victory for Governor Mary Fallin, who supported a cut in the top income tax rate.

Senate Bill 1247 would reduce the top income tax rate from 5.25 percent to 5 percent if state revenue projections are greater than projections in December 2014.

“Our state has seen economic growth and record revenues due to our competitive income tax policies and pro-business environment,” said Rep. Leslie Osborn. “This measure allows Oklahomans greater control over their hard-earned money. They will either spend or invest those dollars and further strengthen our economy.”

The tax cut measure will be conditional on improvement to state revenues.

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Oklahoma schools rank in list of top high schools across the U.S.

U.S. News and World Report has released its list of the top high schools across the country.

Many Oklahoma high schools made the cut.

Harding Charter in Oklahoma City is ranked #1 in the state followed by Dove Science Academy and Edmond North.

In all, more than 75 Oklahoma schools made the 2014 best schools list.

MORE: Complete ranking of Oklahoma high schools

According to the report, schools must have been awarded a national gold or silver medal to be eligible.

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