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Headlines: Hofmeister switching parties, salmonella outbreak & tactical nutrition

Local headlines for Thursday, October 7, 2021

State Superintendent Joy Hofmeister plans to switch parties to challenge Governor Stitt. (KOSU)

Former Democratic Governor Brad Henry feels kinship with Hofmeister. (Tulsa World)

Governor Stitt travels to U.S. border. (Fox23)

54 more COVID-19 fatalities bring Oklahoma’s Provisional Death Count to 10,533. (KOSU)

Delta variant surge eases in Oklahoma. (Tulsa World)

Oklahomans are divided over COVID-19 vaccinations for kids. (Journal Record)

Tulsa health officials join forces to combat seasonal flu. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma currently ranks the second highest in the nation for salmonella. (KOCO)

Tulsa City Council plans a resolution to welcome Afghan refugees. (Tulsa World)

Farmers are facing challenges in applying pesticides around marijuana farms. (KOSU)

Muscogee Nation says it stands behind the McGirt decision. (NewsOK)

Congressional Republicans come under fire by gun rights advocates. (NewsOK)

Activists call for a grand jury investigation of Oklahoma County DA. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma sees a record amount of tax revenue for September. (Journal Record)

OKC residents give high marks for fire, trash and police services. (NewsOK)

OSU gets a grant to help more people graduate high school. (KOSU)

TPS students take part in National Walk to School Day. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma State researchers are using tactical nutrition to save first responders. (KOSU)

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