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Headlines: Mental health investigation, another execution & Okies at the Grammys

Local headlines for Friday, November 18, 2022

Department of Justice is investigating Oklahoma over mental health resources. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma executes its seventh death row inmate since resuming the death penalty. (KOSU)

Death row inmate Richard Glossip losses second appeal. (NewsOK)

Tulsa City Council election faces recount. (Tulsa World)

State Board of Education looks into overpaid schools. (Tulsa World)

New program leads to increase in complaints over schools. (KOSU)

Educators worry about the state of schools after Ryan Walters election win. (KOSU)

Tulsa charities are seeking help with Thanksgiving. (Tulsa World)

State faces near-record cold temperatures. (Tulsa World)

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi works to get Cherokee delegate in Congress. (KOSU)

Weekly unemployment filings remain at record low in the state. (Tulsa World)

Tulsa plans tax credit for sporting goods store. (Tulsa World)

PSO seeks $2.47B investment in wind and solar power. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma Hall of Fame inducts eight people for 2022. (Tulsa World)

Local Comic Shop Day is coming up this Wednesday. (NewsOK)

“Tulsa King” showrunner talks about shooting in Oklahoma. (Tulsa World)

Several Oklahoma musicians were honored with Grammy nominations this week. (KOSU)

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