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Headlines: FY 2022 Budget Reached, Teens and the Vaccine & Bruce Springsteen Honored

Local headlines for Friday, May 14, 2021

Legislative leaders, governor unveil state budget for upcoming fiscal year. (KOSU)

The governor is getting the redistricting plan for state legislative districts. (NewsOK)

Congressman Bice supports military child care measures. (NewsOK)

Eleven new COVID-19 fatalities bring the state’s Provisional Death Count to 8,354. (KOSU)

Oklahoma teens begin receiving the Coronavirus vaccine. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma health officials say they will not force kids to get the Coronavirus vaccine. (KOSU)

State prisons encourage people struggling with loneliness during the pandemic. (KOSU)

OCPD released video of shooting death of schizophrenic man. (KOSU)

Advocates speak out against drunk driving. (Tulsa World)

Initial unemployment claims decline for second straight week. (Tulsa World)

OKC hospitality industry is making a comeback. (Journal Record)

Congressman Hern sells the last of his McDonald’s franchises. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma City scrapyard plans 30-foot blast shield. (NewsOK)

NE Oklahoma seniors named Presidential scholars. (Tulsa World)

Bruce Springsteen accepts Woody Guthrie prize. (Tulsa World)

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