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Headlines: Ten More COVID-19 Deaths, Unemployment Claims Drop & NBA Draft Picks

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Local headlines for Friday, July 30, 2021

Ten more COVID-19 fatalities bring Oklahoma’s Provisional Death Count to 8,723. (KOSU)

Schools and businesses respond to mask mandate laws. (NewsOK)

Neighboring states declare emergencies as COVID cases climb. (Journal Record)

Oklahoma’s Senators wants CDC to answer questions on decisions. (Tulsa World)

OSU creates an incentive to vaccinate students. (KOSU)

Jenks reopens window for virtual learning. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma schools are using COVID funds to hire counselors. (KOSU)

Children’s hospital is facing a juvenile bed shortage. (NewsOK)

Stitt visits Azerbaijan as tensions flare in Congress. (Journal Record)

State lawmaker plans a study on police pursuits. (Tulsa World)

Inmate who took jailer hostage used meth that day. (NewsOK)

First-time jobless claims drop to lowest level since November. (Tulsa World)

Emergency services in rural areas are facing staff shortages. (NewsOK)

Freedmen call on Congress to help them with housing assistance. (KOSU)

Matt Damon nails role of Oklahoman in “Stillwater”. (Tulsa World)

Southeastern Conference votes to invite Sooners and Longhorns. (NewsOK)

OKC Thunder picks an Australian guard for its number 6 pick in the NBA Draft. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma State celebrates the number one pick in the NBA Draft. (Tulsa World)

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