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Headlines: OU Diversity Classes, 2015 Legislature & Okies at the Tony's

Headlines for Monday, June 8, 2015:

  • Medical costs increasing at Oklahoma County Jail. (NewsOK)

  • OU Freshmen are required to take five-hour of diversity class. (Tulsa World)

  • Abortions in Oklahoma fall 19% since 2010. (AP)

  • A look at winners and losers in the past legislative session. (Journal Record)
  • A conservative group is criticizing Republican state leaders’ claims of a shrinking budget. (NewsOK)

  • Corporation Commission facing budget cuts. (Journal Record)

  • Senator Jim Inhofe is taking steps to keep Guantanamo Prisoners from entering the US. (Tulsa World)

  • Authorities find the bodies of two 20-year-old men missing since the Rocklahoma Music Festival in May. (Tulsa World)

  • Judge dismisses anti-union lawsuit against Winstar Casino. (Oklahoma Watch)

  • The technology center for an Oklahoma City school goes before voters tomorrow. (NewsOK)

  • Voters in Sand Springs are deciding on a more than $8 million school bond. (Tulsa World)

  • Roughly 15% of Oklahoma third-graders could be held back because of unsatisfactory test scores. (Stillwater News Press)

  • Weatherford has a growing sinkhole that could swallow a building. (Fox25)

  • Norman Girl Scout Troop 241 raises funds for a tornado shelter. (Norman Transcript)

  • Some Oklahoma Counties are receiving grants to help target tobacco use and obesity. (Muskogee Phoenix)

  • Oklahoma native takes home Tony Award. (NewsOK)

  • A Maryland college freshman is running to raise money for an Oklahoma-based charity. (News9)

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