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Headlines: Wooing Latino voters, utility assistance & Tulsa graffiti

Local headlines for Monday, October 31, 2022

In race for governor, both candidates are trying to win over Latino voters. (KOSU)

A look at Republican Ryan Walters in his race for State Superintendent. (NewsOK)

A look at Democrat Jena Nelson in her race for State Superintendent. (NewsOK)

College leader as state lawmakers for more funding. (KOSU)

More than 200 new state laws take effect tomorrow. (NewsOK)

Police identify adults in Broken Arrow murder-suicide house fire. (Tulsa World)

Oklahomans can now apply for water and sewer assistance. (KOSU)

Teachers are seeing a strong job markets as schools search for educators. (Tulsa World)

Tulsa City Council plans to take up issue of 5G wireless towers. (Tulsa World)

Tulsa takes on growing graffiti problem. (Tulsa World)

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