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Headlines: Oklahoma election results, Idabel tornado upgraded & celebrating Veterans’ Day

Local headlines for Wednesday, November 9, 2022

Republicans keep hold of all statewide and federal offices after elections. (KOSU)

Tribal leaders fail to change result for governor. (KOSU)

Native Americans call for unity at Peace Walk. (NewsOK)

Two Tulsa incumbent city counselors lose in runoffs. (Tulsa World)

Democrat Vicky Behenna beats Kevin Calvey for Oklahoma County DA. (NewsOK)

Tulsa County Assessor and Commissioner win reelection. (Tulsa World)

Tulsa County prosecutor win raise for judicial bench. (Tulsa World)

ACLU calls for investigation of “straight party voting” directive from poll workers. (NewsOK)

Voting problems reported at a Tulsa district site. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma City School voters pass $955M bond. (NewsOK)

Norman Schools faces lawsuit from mom of bullied student. (NewsOK)

Tulsa Public Schools reauthorizes KIPP Charter School. (Tulsa World)

National Weather Service upgrades Idabel tornado to EF4. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma Baptist Disaster Relief steps up to help Idabel victims. (NewsOK)

Regulators to study OG&E’s plan to raise utility bills. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma County property tax collections reach $1B. (NewsOK)

OU unveils $10M expansion to deal with aviation worker shortage. (Journal Record)

Midwest urban farmers look to vacant lots to grow produce. (KOSU)

Turkey prices are climbing as holidays approach. (Journal Record)

Seasonal affective disorder can hit people in fall and winter. (Tulsa World)

Paycom seeks to continue momentum. (NewsOK)

Experts say veterans can offer employers different skills. (Journal Record)

Veterans Day events to honor those who served. (Tulsa World)

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