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3 Things to Know Tuesday

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Here are the 3 things to know Tuesday morning.

1. Fire Contained at Mansion House Apartments

Tulsa Fire spokesperson Stan May said there were approximately 185 apartment units in the building that caught fire, but only one unit was harshly affected.

2. Suspect in Pursuit Reportedly Unaware Police were Following Her

When the officer turned on his lights and siren, he says the suspect kept driving. The suspect eventually stopped at a QuikTrip in Owasso where she explained that she wasn't sure the officer was really with the Police Department.

3. Bristow Mayor Asked to Resign

An annexation fight in Creek county is getting even more intense with calls for the mayor of Bristow to resign. It all stems from a battle over water rights in the area.

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