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Headlines: Vaccines for children, Medicaid expansion milestone & OSU punishment upheld

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Local headlines for Thursday, November 4, 2021

Vaccines for children ages five to eleven should start next week. (Tulsa World)

Health experts promote vaccines for kids. (Journal Record)

16 more COVID-19 fatalities bring Oklahoma's Provisional Death Count to 11,409. (KOSU)

Edmond superintendent responds to parents’ divisive comments at meetings. (NewsOK)

Senator Inhofe calls on suspension of military vaccine mandate. (NewsOK)

Medicaid expansion reaches 200,000. (NewsOK)

Tulsa says EMSA not required to have paramedics in ambulances. (Tulsa World)

Tulsa City Council delays allowing voters to decide PSO fee agreement. (Tulsa World)

Former Oklahoma County Jail inmates sue over “torture”. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma’s Black Legislative Caucus shows support for Julius Jones. (Journal Record)

Lawmakers study impact of medical marijuana for veterans. (Tulsa World)

Gap Band co-founder Ronnie Wilson of Oklahoma dies. (Tulsa World)

The NCAA denies the appeal of Oklahoma State University. (KOSU)

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