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Headlines: Debris pickup begins, Oklahoma blood supply & college football polls

Local headlines for Monday, October 18, 2021

Oklahoma City plans to start debris pickup from last week’s storms. (NewsOK)

Men’s transitional living home delays its grand opening because of Thursday’s storms. (KOCO)

Health Department set to add 1,000 Oklahomans to COVID-19 death toll. (Tulsa World)

State’s seven-day average in new Coronavirus cases increases to nearly 1,300 per day. (KOSU)

COVID-19 vaccine trials recruiting participants. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma’s blood supply is doing better than national numbers. (KOSU)

Stitt plans legal action against federal vaccine mandate. (Tulsa World)

Poll shows Gov. Stitt leads in heads up race against Supt. Joy Hofmeister. (NewsOK)

Senator Lankford reports $1.2M in third-quarter receipts. (Tulsa World)

Lankford responds to “RINO” accusations. (Tulsa World)

Special session on Congressional remapping will focus mostly on the 5th District. (NewsOK)

Lawmakers study Oklahoma’s teacher shortage. (Tulsa World)

Thunder program focuses on growing new “Black Wall Street” leaders. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma producers are showing restraint during current oil boom. (Journal Record)

Hard seltzer helps leads to 7% increase in beer sales. (NewsOK)

Cowboys and Sooners move up in the Associated Press College Football Poll. (Tulsa World)

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