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Headlines: No charges for Stitt’s son, Oklahoma Congressional GOP & Thunder lose at home

Local headlines for Tuesday, November 22, 2022

Gov. Stitt’s son won’t face alcohol and firearm charges over a situation in Guthrie. (NewsOK)

Tulsa residents mourn the loss of a victim of the Colorado Springs club killing. (Tulsa World)

Local LGBTQ allies react to nightclub shooting. (Tulsa World)

OTA comes under fire for purchasing website opposing its new Norman turnpike. (KOSU)

Southeast Oklahoma businesses damaged by tornadoes eligible for federal aid. (Journal Record)

Tulsa City Council race remain in dispute. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma Congressional Republicans gain influence amid new majority. (NewsOK)

Capitol Hill High alumni vow to fight demolition. (NewsOK)

Farmers and ranchers face ransomware attacks during harvest. (KOSU)

Bird flu and inflation are increasing the price of turkeys. (KOSU)

Meat prices are going up as the drought worsens in Oklahoma. (KOSU)

Local gas prices drop below $3 a gallon. (Tulsa World)

EV start-up Canoo asks OKC for $1M in tax incentives. (NewsOK)

Developer says OKC real estate markets are recovering. (Journal Record)

Scientists work to honor the underappreciated gar. (KOSU)

Osage students get a chance to talk to astronauts in space. (KOSU)

Country star Kenny Chesney plans return to OKC. (NewsOK)

Thunder falls to the Knicks in the Paycom Center. (NewsOK)