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Headlines: Oklahoma wildfires, grocery sales tax & Thunder beats Rockets

Local headlines for Wednesday, February 28, 2024

Thousands of acres get scorched by Oklahoma wildfires. (KOSU)

Governor Stitt signs cut to state’s portion of the grocery taxes. (KOSU)

Flurry of bills would toughen Oklahoma’s anti-abortion laws. (The Frontier)

Legislation seeks to close loopholes allowing kids to access THC. (Tulsa World)

State lawmakers consider a lock on Daylight Saving Time. (KOSU)

Bill requiring Ten Commandments in classrooms fails to get a hearing. (NewsOK)

Senate committee advances bills to boost education oversight. (Tulsa World)

Mysteries remain in resignation of OCPS Superintendent Sean McDaniel. (NewsOK)

TPS Board candidates address issues in forum. (Tulsa World)

Deadline looms for P-EBT benefits. (NewsOK)

Tulsa City Counselor’s campaign pushes his illegal immigrant proposal. (Tulsa World)

Zink Lake presentation focuses on amenities. (Tulsa World)

OKC approves new May Avenue bridge over NW Expressway. (NewsOK)

Tulsa hires economic development director. (Tulsa World)

OKC chef survives another round on “Tournament of Champions”. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma City Thunder easily handles the visiting Houston Rockets. (NewsOK)

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