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Headlines: Glossip execution stay, initial unemployment claims dip & severe weather possible

Local headlines for Friday, November 4, 2022

Governor extends stay for high-profile death row inmate Richard Glossip. (NewsOK)

Calvey promises to return donation from accused child molester. (NewsOK)

Mullin and Horn clash on campaign appearances. (Tulsa World)

A look at the five Oklahoma Congressional races. (NewsOK)

Polls vary as Election Day looms. (NewsOK)

State sees an increase in young registered voters. (Tulsa World)

Two Tulsans vie for spot on city council. (Tulsa World)

Tulsa County Commissioner cleared of wrongdoing in ballot harvesting case. (Tulsa World)

First-time unemployment claims decline. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma County Jail Trust member calls for ouster of administrator. (NewsOK)

United Methodist Church elects first Native American bishop. (NewsOK)

Progress is taking place on Tulsa’s new pedestrian bridge. (Tulsa World)

Demolition begins on vacant Oak Tree Inn. (Tulsa World)

Tulsa-based company announces plan to help in America’s clean energy future. (Tulsa World)

Ahha Tulsa is closing its Hardesty Arts center. (Tulsa World)

Civil War site in Checotah offers new exhibit and upgrades. (Tulsa World)

Chickasha gears up for Christmas lights celebration. (NewsOK)

Severe weather possible as cold front moves into state. (Tulsa World)

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