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Headlines: Triple Digit COVID-19 Deaths, Julius Jones Execution Date & “Rez Dogs” at the Emmys

Local headlines for Tuesday, September 21, 2021

COVID-19 kills 144 more Oklahomans as the Provisional Death Count nears 9,900. (KOSU)

Pharmacist urges vaccinations. (Tulsa World)

State works to increase COVID-19 contact tracers. (NewsOK)

Educators say they might never know the impact of the pandemic on learning. (Tulsa World)

State rolls out program to help families with kids in distance learning. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma County hears from residents on spending COVID relief funds. (NewsOK)

The state sets an execution date for convicted killer Julius Jones. (Tulsa World)

Domestic violence reports in Oklahoma reach a 20-year high. (Oklahoma Watch)

Congressional infrastructure bill could improve Oklahoma’s electric grid. (KOSU)

Lawmaker raises concerns about landlords as evictions loom. (Journal Record)

Attorney who sued over lockdowns plans run for OKC mayor. (NewsOK)

New political action committee focuses on pro-Tulsa candidates. (Tulsa World)

Battle lines form over Hafer Park purchase in Edmond. (Journal Record)

Evangelist preacher Franklin Graham plans visit to Oklahoma on Saturday. (NewsOK)

Tulsa Virtual Academy plans classes at Tulsa Tech. (Tulsa World)

“Reservation Dogs” cast appears at Emmys. (Tulsa World)

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