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Headlines: 54 More COVID-19 Deaths, Anti-Abortion Lawsuit & College Football

Local headlines for Friday, September 3, 2021

54 more COVID-19 fatalities bring Oklahoma's Provisional Death Count to 9,253. (KOSU)

Stillwater declares a State of Emergency. (Stillwater News Press)

OSU hosting COVID-19 vaccine clinics. (Tulsa World)

New data from the state conflicts with hospital reports. (Tulsa World)

Edmond Public Schools plans to start requiring masks. (KOCO)

Hawthorne Elementary remains in distance learning because of absent teachers. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma teacher shares her battle with COVID-19. (KOSU)

High demand for COVID-19 tests makes accessibility a challenge. (NewsOK)

Abortion Rights group sues Oklahoma over new laws. (Tulsa World)

Court rules in favor of an OKC company against its European distributor. (Journal Record)

First-time jobless claims reach lowest level since pandemic began. (Tulsa World)

Governor Stitt appoints OHP official as Public Safety commissioner. (NewsOK)

Former lawmaker Charles Ford dies. (Tulsa World)

Brady Heights neighborhood could change its name next week. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma City company opens space for remote workers. (Journal Record)

Oklahoma lakes get ready for campers during Labor Day Weekend. (Tulsa World)

This Land Podcast new season explores the Child Indian Welfare Act. (KOSU)

Golden Hurricane loses its home-opener. (Tulsa World)

Sooners host Tulane in Norman at 11 Saturday morning. (NewsOK)

Missouri State comes to Stillwater for OSU home opener. (Tulsa World)

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