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Headlines: TSET Spending Criticized, Landlord Relief Funding & Former Bishop Kelley Swimmer in Olympics

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Local headlines for Tuesday, June 22, 2021

A new study criticizes Oklahoma’s spending on tobacco cessation. (Tulsa World)

21 new COVID-19 fatalities bring Oklahoma’s Provisional Death Count to 8,576. (KOSU)

A town in northeast Oklahoma suspends its police chief. (Tulsa World)

Tulsa man faces charges of threatening the President and his family. (Tulsa World)

Developer for veteran housing plan calls for more time. (Tulsa World)

New report calls for changes in state’s eviction policies. (Journal Record)

New funding helps reimburse landlords for people who can’t pay rent. (Tulsa World)

Head Start moves into unused west Tulsa school building. (Tulsa World)

Labor shortage forces American Airlines to cancel flights. (Tulsa World)

Pipeline ransomware attack prompts new rules from feds. (NewsOK)

A mapping tool can help businesses with disaster relief funds. (Journal Record)

Rain helps state get short reprieve from the heat. (Tulsa World)

Interfaith Pride event focuses on inclusivity. (Tulsa World)

Former Bishop Kelley swimmer is heading to the Tokyo Olympics. (Tulsa World)

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