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Headlines: COVID-19 omicron variant, Oklahoma County new jail & Stoops leads Sooners again

Local headlines for Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Health officials urge vaccinations to fight Omicron variant. (Tulsa World)

56 More COVID-19 fatalities bring Oklahoma’s Provisional Death Count to 11,903. (KOSU)

Secretary of Defense says Oklahoma Guard must be vaccinated against COVID-19. (NewsOK)

OKC Schools pushes for more student vaccinations. (NewsOK)

A new jail in Oklahoma County moves one step closer to reality. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma ranks number one in medical negligence lawsuits. (Journal Record)

University of Alabama told to return tribal burial remains. (KOSU)

Case over earthquake insurance heads back to lower court. (Journal Record)

Oklahoma City moves forward with new EMSA protocols. (NewsOK)

Drivers warned to be cautious during deer mating season. (KOSU)

OKC community celebrates Hanukkah. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma can expect unseasonably warm weather for the rest of the work week. (Tulsa World)

Former Coach Bob Stoops steps up for the Sooners. (NewsOK)

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