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Headlines: Julius Jones future, COVID cases rising & Pokes in Big 12 Championship

Local headlines for Monday, November 22, 2021

Family of Julius Jones consider next options after clemency. (Tulsa World)

Public pressure forces OSDH to resume nursing home COVID-19 data. (Oklahoma Watch)

Oklahoma’s Provisional Death Count from COVID-19 stands at 11,772. (KOSU)

State sees a 127% increase in COVID cases. (Journal Record)

Health experts expect another COVID surge this winter, but not as severe. (NewsOK)

Concerns rise over COVID and flu cases. (Tulsa World)

The Health Department hires an outside marketing firm. (KOSU)

Oklahoma business leader oppose Biden’s infrastructure bill. (Journal Record)

Reports detail ongoing health and safety issues at Oklahoma County Jail. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma tribes hope to expand gaming. (NewsOK)

Tulsa adds homeless housing standards. (Tulsa World)

Cowboys earn spot in Big 12 Championship for the first time. (Tulsa World)

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