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Local headlines for Wednesday, June 9, 2021

OKC ignores calls to reduce its police budget. (KOSU)

Police chief rebuked 2020 posts in email. (NewsOK)

Investigators find a total of 27 coffins in Race Massacre search. (Tulsa World)

Race Massacre survivor returns to open a coffee shop. (KOSU)

Tulsa School voters approve $414M bond. (Tulsa World)

Tax receipts come in with a 34% increase for May. (Tulsa World)

The state’s COVID-19 Provisional Death Count hits 8,500. (KOSU)

Oklahoma County gives redistricting to House and Senate staff. (NewsOK)

Panhandling case attorneys say the city is using fuzzy math. (NewsOK)

Cherokee Tribe files 1,000th case following McGirt decision. (KOSU)

Muscogee Nation citizens to vote on free press protections. (KOSU)

PSO gets approval for power grid in Fort Sill. (Journal Record)

City pools reduce hours after a lifeguard shortage. (Tulsa World)

Two Tulsa license plates offered to residents. (Tulsa World)

Miss Oklahoma competition returns to Tulsa. (Tulsa World)

Sooners fall in first game of the Women’s College World Series. (NewsOK)

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