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Headlines: 78 more COVID-19 deaths, police killings & hunting season begins

Local headlines for Friday, October 1, 2021

78 more COVID-19 fatalities bring Oklahoma's Provisional Death Count to 10,286. (KOSU)

State has enough vaccine for a first dose, but wants more to get the initial shot. (Tulsa World)

COVID-19 is waning among children as masking increases. (KOSU)

State releases assessments showing impact of pandemic. (NewsOK)

Tulsa Public Schools releases test results. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma ranks number one in police killings. (NewsOK)

Inmate argues McGirt decision is retroactive. (NewsOK)

Tulsans step forward to help Afghan refugees. (Tulsa World)

GOP rally in Broken Arrow attacks other Republicans. (Tulsa World)

State Chamber worries about federal vaccine mandates. (Journal Record)

OKC records the lowest unemployment in the nation. (NewsOK)

Most businesses won’t see a change in unemployment insurance for 2022. (Tulsa World)

Oklahomans wanting to get back to work can get subsidized child care. (Journal Record)

Parents can get tips for dealing with their children on social media. (Tulsa World)

More farmers are signing up to help with climate change, but not much money. (KOSU)

OAFCon returns to Norman after break from pandemic. (Tulsa World)

Monarch butterflies are migrating through the state. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma’s hunting season begins. (NewsOK)

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