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Headlines: Deadly storms in Oklahoma, Race Massacre grave search & OKC classic art

Local headlines for Monday, November 7, 2022

Oklahomans are picking up the pieces after deadly tornadoes over the weekend. (KOSU)

Voters can expect to see long ballots in tomorrow’s general election. (Tulsa World)

Divisive elections in Oklahoma cause shifting alliances. (Journal Record)

Tribal leaders hope to make a difference in race for governor. (NewsOK)

Search for unmarked graves resumes this morning. (Tulsa World)

OKC School Bond issue gets varied reactions. (NewsOK)

Tulsa Schools considers more options in redistricting. (Tulsa World)

Norman manufacturer to hire 300 more people next year. (Journal Record)

OKC joins the rest of the nation with increased rentals. (Journal Record)

Oklahoma City commercial space is evolving into an arts incubator. (NewsOK)

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