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Headlines: State COVID-19 deaths near 12K, rental assistance & bowl games

Local headlines for Monday, December 6, 2021;

Oklahoma’s Provisional Death Count from COVID-19 now stands at just under 12,000. (KOSU)

Governor Stitt increases use of business incentive spending. (NewsOK)

Abortion fight includes economics and not just emotions. (Journal Record)

Tribal members oppose executions on their land. (NewsOK)

Vice chair of Epic’s governing board resigns and calls for an investigation. (Oklahoma Watch)

Tulsa landlords are running out of patience with rental assistance. (Tulsa World)

Experts say December can be best month for career paths. (Journal Record)

Rural Oklahoma could benefit greatly from the federal infrastructure bill. (NewsOK)

OU Fraternity and Sorority punished for unknown reasons. (NewsOK)

Sooners select a familiar face as new head football coach. (NewsOK)

OSU gets a New Year’s Day Fiesta Bowl game against Notre Dame (Tulsa World)

Sooners will face Oregon in Alamo Bowl on December 29th. (Tulsa World)

TU heads to Myrtle Beach, FL. for bowl game against Old Dominion. (Tulsa World)

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