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Headlines: COVID-19 Variant Symptoms, Prison Closure Questions & Tick Season Arrives

Local headlines for Wednesday, June 30, 2021

Local health officials warn of new symptoms with variants. (Tulsa World)

The State’s Provisional Death Count hits 8,600 Oklahoma killed by COVID-19. (KOSU)

Health officials warn of a spike in COVID-19 cases. (Journal Record)

Blood donors sought amid national shortage. (Tulsa World)

OCPS is getting a budget boost through federal funds for the second straight year. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma could see a spike in evictions next month. (AP)

Miami building collapse sparks questions in Oklahoma. (Journal Record)

Personal income increase in state with stimulus checks. (NewsOK)

Lawmakers question corrections officials on prison closure. (Tulsa World)

Republican state lawmaker enters race for Treasurer. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma lays groundwork for Dyslexia testing of students. (KOSU)

OU Health promises better service amid merger. (NewsOK)

Whitewater park taking shape near the state line. (Tulsa World)

Concerns rise of algae at Lake Hefner ahead of holiday weekend. (NewsOK)

Summer means tick season in Oklahoma. (KOSU)

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