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Headlines: Julius Jones Commutation, Mental Health & Battling Racism

Local headlines for Tuesday, September 14, 2021

Pardon and Parole board votes to commute the death sentence of inmate Julius Jones. (KOSU)

70 more COVID-19 fatalities bring Oklahoma’s Provisional Death Count to 9,566. (KOSU)

COVID-19 claims the life of a teacher's aide working in Yukon. (KOSU)

Locust Grove fire chief dies from COVID-19. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma business owners worry about federal vaccine order. (Tulsa World)

Health officials worry flu season could be worse than last year. (KOSU)

Pandemic creates a waiting list for mental health help. (Tulsa World)

Nonprofit steps forward to help gap in mental health care. (NewsOK)

Lawmakers hear from Tulsa sheriff on mental health at jail. (Tulsa World)

Tulsa County commits $4M to VA hospital. (Tulsa World)

Scrutinized Virtual School Board members resign. (NewsOK)

Court orders university to reinstate transgender professor. (Tulsa World)

USDA is investing in renewable energy in rural America. (KOSU)

PSO seeks $700M cost increase. (Tulsa World)

OKC nonprofit helps in putting out wildfires. (NewsOK)

New concourse opens at Will Rogers World Airport. (Journal Record)

Partnership in Tulsa hopes to combat racism. (Tulsa World)

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