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Headlines: Tribal Compact Legislation, Ransomware Attacks & “Flower Moon” Filming Begins

Local headlines for Tuesday, May 11, 2021

Tribal leaders support bill to allow compacting with state. (KOSU)

Tulsa Race Massacre Commission expresses anger over HB1775. (Tulsa World)

Lawmakers take up grand jury report on Epic. (Tulsa World)

Stitt signs bill for cyclists and patients. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma prepares to open vaccinations for kids 12 to 15-years-old. (NewsOK)

Nine more COVID-19 fatalities bring the state’s Provisional Death Count to 8,336. (KOSU)

Oklahoma begins releasing data on COVID-19 variants. (Tulsa World)

Educators struggle with technology as kids come back to school. (Journal Record)

State, local and tribal governments get first stimulus checks. (NewsOK)

Tulsa gets federal assistance on ransomware attacks. (Tulsa World)

Impact on Oklahoma gas from pipeline disruption expected to be minimal. (NewsOK)

Race Massacre survivor turns 107. (Tulsa World)

Tornado activity increasing. (Journal Record)

American Airlines adds another nonstop flight from Tulsa to LA. (Tulsa World)

First pitch at O-S-U by former President Bush could come next week. (Tulsa World)

Controversial Race Massacre Aria will be heard in new venue. (NewsOK)

“Fire in Little Africa” organizers release first single and video. (Tulsa World)

Filming begins for “Killers of the Flower Moon”. (Tulsa World)

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