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Headlines: COVID surge waning, Oklahoma County jail investigation & bluegrass festival returns

Local headlines for Thursday, September 30, 2021

Health officials say Oklahoma is past the surge. (Tulsa World)

76 more COVID-19 fatalities bring Oklahoma's Provisional Death Count to 10,208. (KOSU)

Oklahoma is dealing with an outbreak of Salmonella. (NewsOK)

Health centers for Medicare patients are opening in OKC and Tulsa. (Journal Record)

Oklahoma welcomes Afghanistan refugees despite state Republican objections. (KOSU)

Prater calls for a probe of the Oklahoma County Jail and Parole Board. (NewsOK)

US Attorney’s office in Tulsa adds 24 new prosecutors. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma City attorney joins race for U.S. Senate. (NewsOK)

Governor Stitt and others call for more energy innovation not regulation. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma City council plans to look at redistricting after population boom. (NewsOK)

OKC Mayor David Holt talks about the Rule of Law’s necessity and fragility. (Journal Record)

Spencer residents see an increase in water bills, in some cases triple their usual rates. (KFOR)

Nonprofit offers mobile showers for the homeless. (Tulsa World)

Tulsa increases discounts to residents for flood insurance. (Tulsa World)

Remembrance event for Native American boarding school youth set. (NewsOK)

Tulsa Public Schools extends contract for Superintendent Deborah Gist. (Tulsa World)

Tulsa County Sheriff urges safety at the upcoming fair. (Tulsa World)

Circle Cinema is showing 1978 KISS movie. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma International Bluegrass Festival returns to Guthrie this weekend. (NewsOK)

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