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Headlines: COVID-19 and Hospitals, Julius Jones Commutation & Tulsa PAC Masks

Local headlines for Thursday, September 9, 2021

Oklahoma hospital beds are getting scarce. (NewsOK)

Hospitals are shifting to crisis care. (Tulsa World)

Two more COVID-19 fatalities bring Oklahoma’s Provisional Death Count to 9,370. (KOSU)

State officials say future unclear on current COVID-19 surge. (Tulsa World)

Tahlequah approves mask mandate. (Tulsa World)

Tulsa nonprofit expects 800 Afghan refugees. (Tulsa World)

DA wants parole members removed from Julius Jones hearing. (NewsOK)

State is moving to lift prison lockdowns. (Tulsa World)

Focus group offers 50 recommendations to improve the Oklahoma County Jail. (NewsOK)

NE OKC residents meet to talk about police reform. (NewsOK)

Lawmakers look into “ghost owners” at medical marijuana companies. (Tulsa World)

Quapaw Nation is getting equal payment in environmental damage settlement. (KOSU)

Seven Oklahoma lakes added to list for fish possibly containing mercury. (KOSU)

“Tiger King” star Erik Cowie dies in New York City. (NewsOK)

Tulsa Union schools has two choices for a new mascot. (KOSU)

OKC Dodgers cancels Taco festival. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma City Zoo elephant recovers from deadly virus. (NewsOK)

Tulsa Performing Arts Center to require masks through 2021. (Tulsa World)

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