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Headlines: COVID-19 Claims Another Educator, Education Department Audit & “Reservation Dogs” at the Emmys

Local headlines for Thursday, September 16, 2021

Tulsa Public School teacher dies from COVID-19. (Tulsa World)

Another Oklahoma County Jail inmate dies from COVID-19. (NewsOK)

42 more COVID-19 fatalities bring Oklahoma's Provisional Death Count to 9,642. (KOSU)

Active COVID cases dip, while fatal case average increases. (Tulsa World)

Oklahomans call for religious exemption in COVID vaccines. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma is facing a backlog in rental assistance. (Oklahoma Watch)

An Oklahoma economist says U.S. economy won’t recover till late 2022. (Journal Record)

State’s energy industry looks to the future. (NewsOK)

An OU Gymnast testifies before Congress. (KOSU)

U.S. House passes fee on methane emissions. (NewsOK)

Governor Stitt plans an audit of the Department of Education. (Tulsa World)

Legislative panel studies police pursuits. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma House Subcommittee looks into child neglect. (Tulsa World)

Edmond set to vote on sales tax increase. (NewsOK)

Tulsa marks five years since the shooting of Terrance Crutcher. (Tulsa World)

Osage Principal Chief plans run for third term. (Tulsa World)

First American Museum prepares to open. (NewsOK)

Blake Shelton plans Tulsa tour stop to honor wounded police officer. (Tulsa World)

Reba McEntire gets rescued in a collapsed stairwell in Atoka. (KXII)

“Reservation Dogs” cast and crew plan to attend Emmys. (Tulsa World)

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