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Headlines: 2021 Legislative Session Ends, Massacre Centennial Event Canceled & Softball Tournament Resumes

Local headlines for Friday, May 28, 2021

Lawmakers bring an end to the 2021 legislative session. (Tulsa World)

“Greenwood Rising” gets mixed reaction from Black Tulsans. (Tulsa World)

Race Massacre Centennial event “Remember & Rise” canceled. (NewsOK)

Virtual exhibit brings massacre survivors story to life. (Tulsa World)

Attorneys call for reparations to massacre descendants. (NewsOK)

Greenwood leaders lament loss of Tulsa district since the massacre. (Journal Record)

Highway bill brings $4.4B to Oklahoma. (NewsOK)

State sees an 80% jump in jobless claims. (Tulsa World)

New study ranks OKC and Tulsa low on healthy work-life balance. (Journal Record)

Educators call for more diversity in computer science workforce training. (NewsOK)

12 more fatalities from COVID-19 brings Provisional Death Count to 8,448. (KOSU)

Health professionals call for more teens to get vaccinated. (Tulsa World)

Cherokee citizens get $2,000 from COVID relief. (Tulsa World)

Program brings diversity in books to Tulsa. (Tulsa World)

OU take on Washington in Regional Softball Tournament. (NewsOK)

Cowgirls face Longhorns in Softball Regionals. (NewsOK)

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