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Headlines: Storm Aftermath, Pandemic Partisan Divide & “Greenwood Overcomes”

Local headlines for Thursday, April 29, 2021

Hailstorm smashes into Norman. (News9)

Pauls Valley tornado cleanup. (NewsOK)

A new law bans abortion in Oklahoma if Roe Versus Wade gets overturned. (AP)

AG Mike Hunter wants to join McGirt tax case. (Tulsa World)

Schools are getting aid to help homelessness. (Tulsa World)

13 more COVID-19 fatalities bring the state’s Provisional Death Count to 8,243. (KOSU)

Tulsa mayor’s mask order is ending. (Tulsa World)

Poll shows partisan divide on pandemic issues. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma leaders are stressing the safety of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. (NewsOK)

Pandemic having an impact on real estate. (Journal Record)

Utility investment collides with Oklahoma law. (NewsOK)

Experts say corporate culture might be limiting diversity. (Journal Record)

Tulsa updates its animal codes. (Tulsa World)

New app allows for lawn service ordering. (Journal Record)

“Greenwood Overcomes” concert features black artists. (Tulsa World)

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