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Headlines: COVID-19 Surge, No Tulsa Mask Mandate & Rumors of Sooners to SEC

Local headlines for Thursday, July 22, 2021

Oklahoma sees its highest single day increase in new pandemic cases in months. (KOSU)

Bynum says he has no plans for any COVID-19 restrictions or mask mandates. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma City officials are urging people to get vaccinated. (NewsOK)

Schools prepare to bring kids back into the classroom. (KOSU)

Lawmakers discuss plans to spend $1.9B in federal COVID relief aid. (Tulsa World)

Legislative watchdog office to look into teacher pay. (NewsOK)

Stitt appoints Tax Commission director to oversee drivers’ license backlog. (Oklahoma Watch)

Oklahoma Republicans are facing attacks from their own party. (AP)

Senator Lankford attacks Biden for not completing border wall. (Tulsa World)

Congressman Hern criticizes Pelosi for removal of Trump allies. (Tulsa World)

Corporation Commissioner asks for dismissal of conflict of interest lawsuit. (NewsOK)

Apartments shortage continues as eviction deadline looms. (Journal Record)

Oklahoma County Jail employee accused of smuggling contraband. (NewsOK)

Tulsa voters to decide on a public safety district. (Tulsa World)

OU-Tulsa plans dental clinic for underserved. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma Christian offers work-based degrees at two hospitals. (NewsOK)

Tulsa University athletes and coaches walk to Black Wall Street. (Tulsa World)

Trae Young donates money for OU sports facility. (NewsOK)

Report says OU and Texas are considering move to SEC. (Tulsa World)

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