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Headlines: Another execution coming, criminalizing homelessness & OSU football accolades

Local headlines for Thursday, November 30, 2023

Oklahoma is getting ready to execute another death row inmate. (KOSU)

Amended rules could save Oklahoma’s only alternative virtual charter school. (NewsOK)

Group calls for resignation of State Superintendent Ryan Walters. (NewsOK)

The agriculture industry worries about state laws on animal enclosures. (KOSU)

Oklahoma cities are working to criminalize homelessness. (Oklahoma Voice)

Tulsa police warn of scammers amid panhandlers. (Tulsa World)

Law enforcement officials are looking out for illegal firearm devices. (NewsOK)

A Thunder player faces claims of inappropriate relationship with a minor. (NewsOK)

Tulsa police chief holds firm to hiring standards despite shortfall. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma County could add sites for new jail. (NewsOK)

Wait times swell in Tulsa’s healthcare system after ransomware attack. (KOSU)

Economist gives mixed reaction for state. (Tulsa World)

Mold closes Norman’s Central Public Library. (KOSU)

The holiday season is coming to the First Americans Museum. (KOSU)

Holiday season includes fun faith-filled activities. (NewsOK)

Fun activities across Oklahoma for the holidays. (NewsOK)

OSU’s coach and running back earn awards. (Tulsa World)

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