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Headlines: Expiring Vaccines, Inmate Tablets & Sooners Stay Alive

Local headlines for Thursday, June 10, 2021

State seeks federal guidance on vaccines set to expire at the end of this month. (Tulsa World)

Two more fatalities from COVID-19 bring the state’s Provisional Death Count to 8,502. (KOSU)

Agency hopes to cut long disability waiting list. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma election official criticizes federal voting act. (Tulsa World)

State prisoners are getting special tablets this week. (AP)

Court tries to clarify claims to mineral rights. (Journal Record)

Summer food program for school kids begins. (Tulsa World)

Tulsa considers bonuses for city employees. (Tulsa World)

Muscogee Nation considers buying shuttered hospital. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma is seeing an increase on phone scams for bank accounts. (Journal Record)

Wheat harvest delayed by rain. (NewsOK)

Historic Route 66 gas station gets on Endangered Historic Places list. (NewsOK)

Carrie Underwood wins CMT Video of the Year. (Tulsa World)

Sooners stay alive in WCWS Championship Series. (Tulsa World)

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