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Headlines: Six More COVID-19 Deaths, President Trump Highway & Chickasha Movie Begins Filming

Local headlines for Thursday, May 20, 2021

Six more fatalities from COVID-19 bring the state’s Provisional Death Count to 8,386. (KOSU)

1,100 people asked to repeat COVID vaccine in Tulsa after shortage error. (Tulsa World)

The University of Oklahoma is ending its mask requirements for vaccinated individuals. (KFOR)

Race Massacre survivors testify on Capitol Hill. (NewsOK)

Tulsa approves armed march for Race Massacre centennial. (Tulsa World)

New store opens in Greenwood District. (Tulsa World)

US House approves Congressman Lucas’ bill on STEM education. (NewsOK)

Bill to name an Oklahoma highway after President Trump passes the state Senate. (Tulsa World)

Land owners face property issues over natural gas pipeline. (NewsOK)

Senior housing project falls through. (Tulsa World)

Study shows tribal economic impact to Oklahoma neared $13B in 2017. (Journal Record)

Downtown OKC plan includes grocery store. (NewsOK)

New building permits could point to a housing boom in Oklahoma. (Journal Record)

Black Shelton plans BOK concert in September. (NewsOK)

Movie starring Cheryl Ladd and Darci Lynne Farmer filming now in Chickasha. (Tulsa World)

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