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Headlines: Mask Mandates Ending, Critical Race Theory Ban & Thunder Falls to Pelicans

Local headlines for Friday, April 30, 2021

Tulsa mask mandates ends today. (Tulsa World)

Five more COVID-19 fatalities bring the state’s provisional death count to 8,248. (KOSU)

THD lays out new metrics in COVID-19 battle. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma State won’t require vaccinations. (Tulsa World)

A new law requires citizenship tests for high school graduates. (KOSU)

Bill to name highways after President Trump and Senator Jim Inhofe hits a snag in the Senate. (Tulsa World)

New, surprising opponents stand up against Medicaid privatization. (KOSU)

Governor Stitt gets controversial bill banning critical race theory. (NewsOK)

Minister publicly rebukes a State Senator for comments about Vice President Kamala Harris. (NewsOK)

1921 Race Massacre grave search resumes June First. (Tulsa World)

Judge puts a hold on “Seed-to-Sale” tracking. (Tulsa World)

McGirt ruling results in two more overturned death penalty cases. (NewsOK)

Federal charges filed in two McGirt cases. (Tulsa World)

First-time jobless claims decline. (Tulsa World)

Tulsa State Fair plans to return this year. (Tulsa World)

Another loss for the Oklahoma City Thunder. (NewsOK)

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