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Headlines: COVID Emergency Ends, I-35 Interchange Battle & Bedlam Softball

Local headlines for Tuesday, May 4, 2021

Oklahoma’s COVID-19 State of Emergency comes to an end. (NewsOK)

35 more COVID-19 fatalities bring the state’s Provisional Death Count to nearly 8,300. (KOSU)

Public health officials target vaccinations. (Oklahoma Watch)

State educators are wanting to move schools forward as the pandemic ends. (KOSU)

HB1775 to ban teaching of race, racism or diversity goes to governor again. (Tulsa World)

Race Massacre Committee calls on governor to veto HB1775. (Tulsa World)

Governor’s battle with tribes leads to delay on I-35 interchange in Norman. (Tulsa World)

House Democrats elect Cyndi Munson as next minority leader. (NewsOK)

Tulsa Public Schools settles on new name for elementary school. (Tulsa World)

Pauls Valley General Hospital reopens after shuttering in 2018. (Journal Record)

The Cherokee Nation is resuming its annual Remember the Removal Ride. (KOSU)

Oklahoma hatmaker to be inducted into the Cowgirl Hall of Fame. (KOSU)

Bedlam softball comes to Stillwater this weekend. (NewsOK)

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