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Headlines: 36 more COVID-19 deaths, another clemency denial & November in Oklahoma

Local headlines for Thursday, December 2, 2021

36 more COVID-19 fatalities bring Oklahoma’s Provisional Death Count to 11,949. (KOSU)

Oklahoma’s top prosecutor calls on businesses to stop vaccine mandates. (Journal Record)

Tulsa fails to take action on mask mandate. (Tulsa World)

Senator Lankford join anti-abortion supporters at US Supreme Court hearing. (Tulsa World)

Pardon and Parole Board denies clemency for another death row inmate. (NewsOK)

Supporters of a death row inmate deliver thousands of signatures to the governor. (NewsOK)

Dark money ads target Governor Stitt as soft on crime. (NewsOK)

Governor unveils road projects of more than $1.3B. (Tulsa World)

Flights resume at Tulsa International Airport after shooting. (Tulsa World)

OSU research studies impact of a ruling over NCAA name, image and likeness. (KOSU)

Home demand continues in Oklahoma City and suburbs. (NewsOK)

November ends warmer than usual in Oklahoma. (Tulsa World)

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