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Headlines: Opioid Trial Day Five, Flooding Impacts Roads and Trade & OSU Advances in Playoffs

Local headlines for Tuesday, June 4 2019:

  • The opioid trial against Johnson & Johnson enters Day Six in Norman. (Journal Record)
  • Early estimates for repairs to roads and bridges from May storms start at $2M. (KOSU)
  • Flooding on the Arkansas River is impacting trade in the state of Oklahoma. (KWGS)
  • Water levels continue to decrease on the Arkansas river. (Tulsa World)
  • Vice President Mike Pence is coming to Oklahoma to survey damage. (AP)
  • Records show Oklahoma had third wettest May in nearly 125 years. (Tulsa World)
  • Researchers turn to drones in forecasting weather. (Journal Record)
  • Inspectors are searching for food licenses at medical marijuana businesses. (News9)
  • Murderer loses final appeal, becomes 21st inmate awaiting an execution date. (NewsOK)
  • Governor Stitt is announcing a new director of Human Services today. (NewsOK)
  • OKC considers tearing down the old city jail. (Journal Record)
  • Tribes talk trade in Oklahoma. (Journal Record)
  • OU falls in game one of the WCWS to UCLA. (NewsOK)
  • OSU advances in playoffs to face Texas Tech. (Tulsa World)
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