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Headlines: Voting begins in Oklahoma, RSV cases rising & Thunder beats Magic

Local headlines for Wednesday, November 2, 2022

Early voting for the General Election begins today in Oklahoma. (KOSU)

Tulsa volunteers following city ordinance might be to blame for missing signs. (Tulsa World)

Governor Stitt gets an endorsement from Texas Senator Ted Cruz. (KOCO)

Hofmeister receives endorsement from former GOP Congressman JC Watts. (KOCO)

Hofmeister trails Stitt on fundraising but out paces him on independent spending. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma City voters also deciding on $955M school bond. (NewsOK)

Two are vying for Oklahoma County associate judge. (NewsOK)

Fight over abortion rights goes local. (KOSU)

Groups are calling for a probe into storm bills. (Tulsa World)

RSV cases rising in Oklahoma. (Tulsa World)

Plan to help hospitals with rising respiratory cases in kids. (Stillwater News Press)

Four more unmarked graves found in Race Massacre search. (Tulsa World)

Company lays out plans to build a complex at Burns Flat space port. (Journal Record)

Inflation and high interest rates on homebuilding in OKC. (NewsOK)

Survey shows manufacturing expectations likely to dip. (Tulsa World)

Durant sees growth in new attractions and growth. (Journal Record)

Tulsa names new Chief Financial Officer. (Tulsa World)

Tulsa officials celebrate economic impact numbers. (Tulsa World)

Tulsa sees growth in music tourism. (Tulsa World)

Thunder wins in game against Magic. (NewsOK)

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