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Headlines: Vaccine Shelf Life Extended, Blood Donors Needed & Video Game Farming

Local headlines for Wednesday, June 16, 2021

FDA extends shelf life for state’s 85K Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma Health Department gets $53M grant from CDC. (NewsOK)

COVID-19 survivor glad to be vaccinated. (Tulsa World)

The Coronavirus puts a Christian summer camp in Northeast Oklahoma on hold. (KWGS)

Oklahoma’s COVID-19 Provisional Death Count holds steady at 8,546. (KOSU)

American Red Cross calls for more blood donors. (Tulsa World)

Governor mulls decision to replace AG. (NewsOK)

More money is going into the state’s savings account. (Tulsa World)

Study shows Oklahoma prosecutors are powerful lobbyists. (Oklahoma Watch)

OU gets $208M for weather research. (Tulsa World)

Three railroads in merger fight over vast route. (Journal Record)

Realtors say school districts help drive the housing market. (Journal Record)

Juneteenth celebrations extended to five days. (Tulsa World)

“Tiger King” memorabilia for sale. (NewsOK)

Video game allows anyone to be a farmer. (KOSU)

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