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Headlines: Eight More COVID-19 Deaths, President Trump Highway & Mayfest 2021 Art

Local headlines for Friday, April 23, 2021.

Eight more Oklahomans have died from COVID-19. (KOSU)

State cases of the Coronavirus continue to drop. (Tulsa World)

COVID-19 survivors find hope in recovery. (Tulsa World)

Governor Stitt signs bills limiting protests. (KOSU)

Senate leader plays voicemail to highlight caustic rhetoric. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma moves one step closer to a highway named after President Trump. (NewsOK)

New US legislation pushes to restore Jim Thorpe’s Olympic records. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma County Jail Trust hires consultant. (NewsOK)

Appeals court tosses conviction of man who killed two sisters on Indian land. (NewsOK)

TPS board expands legal options on charter lawsuit. (Tulsa World)

Schools helping homeless kids fights through the pandemic. (KOSU)

State unemployment shows mixed results. (Tulsa World)

American Airlines posts $1.25B first quarter loss. (Tulsa World)

AA plans nonstop flights from OKC to New York City. (Journal Record)

Ten-Digit calling starts tomorrow in the 405 Area Code. (KOSU)

Mayfest unveils art for 2021. (Tulsa World)

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