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Headlines: Flu season concerns, Norman turnpike lawsuit & tribal art sale

Local headlines for Friday, December 2, 2022

Concerns are rising over flu season and hospital capacity. (Tulsa World)

17 more COVID-19 fatalities bring Oklahoma’s Provisional Death Count to 17,271. (NewsOK)

State revises 2021 death toll from COVID-19. (Tulsa World)

The fight against a Norman turnpike expansion scores a win. (NewsOK)

Congressman Mullin skips House votes to campaign in Georgia. (NewsOK)

Tulsa Public School redistricting could ruin into board elections. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma marijuana business owners react to recent crime wave at facilities. (NewsOK)

Head of the Oklahoma County Jail plans to retire. (NewsOK)

Two Tulsa teens talk about how social media impacts them. (KOSU)

Nonprofit adopts five Tulsa elementary schools for free art classes. (Tulsa World)

Study shows rural America is aging. (KOSU)

Corporation Commission approves Oklahoma Natural Gas rate hike. (Tulsa World)

Economist cautiously optimist about Oklahoma’s energy future. (Tulsa World)

Jobless claims decline during the Thanksgiving Day week. (Tulsa World)

Tulsa Planning Office set town halls. (Tulsa World)

Greenwood Rising names new director. (Tulsa World)

Funeral services set for Oklahoma musician who dies on wedding day. (NewsOK)

OKC’s Literati Press begins Kickstarter for second season of “We Promised Utopia”. (NewsOK)

New ABC series “Superstar” to feature Oklahoma artist Reba McEntire. (Tulsa World)

Tribal art goes on sale this weekend in Oklahoma City. (KOSU)

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