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Headlines: Coronavirus cases rising, another Epic investigation & Lincoln Riley highway

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Local headlines for Wednesday, December 8, 2021

Oklahoma sees another increase in new Coronavirus cases. (KOSU)

State leaders level lawsuits over federal vaccine mandates. (Journal Record)

The state’s top prosecutor comes under fire from the head of the OSMA. (Tulsa World)

Federal investigation finds problems at state Public Health Lab. (NewsOK)

Department of Education is investigating Epic Schools and its governing board. (Tulsa World)

The family of Bennie Edwards sues OKC over his killing by police. (KOSU)

Transportation officials announce $5B in highway improvements. (Tulsa World)

Federal officials are auditing the Oklahoma Republican Party. (Tulsa World)

Revenue from tax receipts rise again. (Tulsa World)

$768B defense bill includes new hangar at Tinker. (NewsOK)

The CEO of American Airlines is stepping down. (Tulsa World)

Jenks leader is taking over at the Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence. (Tulsa World)

Midwest towns are trying new incentives to get more residents (KOSU)

OKC agrees to display art from Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne. (Journal Record)

Tulsa Zoo picks a name for its new baby rhino. (Tulsa World)

Lawmaker want 3 inches of highway named after former OU coach Lincoln Riley. (NewsOK)

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