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Headlines: Stouffer executed, COVID cases rising & Tulsa readies for Christmas parade

Headlines for Friday, December 10, 2021

The State of Oklahoma follows through with another execution. (KOSU)

Oklahoma sees a big spike in COVID cases since the holidays began. (Journal Record)

Hospitals again filling up with COVID-19 patients. (Tulsa World)

One more COVID-19 fatality brings Oklahoma’s Provisional Death Count to 12,060. (KOSU)

Health officials reiterate call for vaccinations. (Tulsa World)

Epic Charter Schools’ founders file a lawsuit against their former school. (Tulsa World)

Epic’s leader says he welcomes investigation by SDE. (NewsOK)

Senate’s redistricting director takes job as oil lobbyist. (NewsOK)

Governor Stitt’s former cabinet member files lawsuit against Mike Hunter. (NewsOK)

First-time unemployment claims increase 7%. (Tulsa World)

Investigations into storm costs comes up empty. (Journal Record)

Higher cost of living in OKC is squeezing out many local artists. (KOSU)

Tulsa gears up for its Christmas Parade. (Tulsa World)

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