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Headlines: Open Records legislation, Ed Department vacancies & Thunder stays number one

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Local headlines for Monday, March 11, 2024

Legislation calls for more accountability of Open Records requests. (KOSU)

Housing advocate decries bills to crack down on homeless camps. (Tulsa World)

Senate bill keeps Daylight Saving Time in Oklahoma. (Tulsa World)

Lawmakers push for regulations on products containing kratom. (Tulsa World)

Governor Stitt supports $50M Arkansas River levee funding. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma County censures Senator James Lankford over border deal. (NewsOK)

Senator from Oklahoma, one of seven, who hid money for atomic bomb creation. (Tulsa World)

Former Tulsa city councilor is running for her previous seat. (Tulsa World)

Analysis show Trump and Biden losing steam in Oklahoma. (NewsOK)

OG&E weighs options after Norman twice declined its services. (NewsOK)

Crisis calls are increasing after the death of Nex Benedict. (NewsOK)

State Education Department loses two key officials. (Tulsa World)

Groups eye former OKC school for possible housing. (NewsOK)

Lawsuit reveals new details about Teacher Walkout leader’s sexting case. (Oklahoma Watch)

Illegal marijuana task force nets seven indictments. (Tulsa World)

Ramadan activities in OKC focus on outreach. (NewsOK)

Group holds Bible reading marathon at the State Capitol. (NewsOK)

Aerospace agency approves $2M to incentivize nonstop flights. (Tulsa World)

Norman schools and OU team up for Oklahoma Aviation Academy. (NewsOK)

Amtrak looks to OKC and Tulsa for possible rail expansion. (NewsOK)

Developer says he’s secured funding for $1.5B OKC skyscraper. (NewsOK)

OKC Zoo’s largest habitat expansion fully opens. (NewsOK)

Proposal to keep Osage wind farm fails to get approval. (Tulsa World)

Popularity of “Killers of the Flower Moon” sparks conversation of headrights. (Tulsa World)

“Killers of the Flower Moon” fails to get any Oscars. (KOSU)

Oklahoma mourns the loss of music artist Ernie Fields, Jr. (Tulsa World)

Thunder stays atop the West with win against the Grizzlies. (NewsOK)

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