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Local headlines for Thursday, November 3, 2022

Governor’s race spending could top 2018. (NewsOK)

Hofmeister and Stitt make competing campaign stops in Tulsa. (Tulsa World)

Hofmeister pushes to get more Republicans to move away from Stitt. (NewsOK)

Democrat hoped for upset in Oklahoma County DA race. (NewsOK)

Polls show Senator Lankford with comfortable lead over challengers. (Tulsa World)

Native Americans could swing elections in Oklahoma this year. (KOSU)

Pregnancy task force makes recommendations (NewsOK)

Edmond lawmaker arrested for DUI offers to call Gov. Stitt. (NewsOK)

Eight Oklahomans charged in catalytic converter theft ring. (Tulsa World)

Panel focuses on medical marijuana industry. (Journal Record)

Adderall shortage is impacting Oklahomans with ADD and ADHD. (KOSU)

21 new coffins found in Race Massacre grave search. (AP)

Civil rights activists recall sit-ins at OKC bombing memorial lunch. (NewsOK)

Tulsa tightens rules on utility towers. (Tulsa World)

Classroom bus hopes to educate on human trafficking. (Journal Record)

Canoo EV factory in Pryor could bring 200 jobs to area. (Tulsa World)

“Downtown Days of Wonder” aims to draw more folks during holidays. (Tulsa World)

OSU researcher studies people's thoughts on where food originates. (KOSU)

Oklahoma owned Rich Strike looks ahead to the Breeders’ Cup Classic. (Journal Record)

Severe storms possible for Thursday and Friday. (NewsOK)

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