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Headlines: Oklahoma help is coming, Stitt denies tribal compacts & Reservation Dogs nominated

Local headlines for Tuesday, December 14, 2021

Oklahomans are helping with storm recover in the south. (NewsOK)

Health officials are asking Oklahomans to donate blood. (Tulsa World)

48 new COVID-19 fatalities bring Oklahoma’s Provisional Death Count to 12,118. (NewsOK)

State Health Chief says vaccine is best bet for avoiding COVID. (NewsOK)

Governor Stitt refuses to renew tribal hunting and fishing license compacts. (KOSU)

Oklahoma County Jail inmate dies. (NewsOK)

Tulsa Union board adopts a diversity policy. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma gets $327K to help fight crime. (Journal Record)

AAA says gas prices might have peaked. (Tulsa World)

Will Rogers World Airport is expecting a heavy travel weekend. (Journal Record)

“Reservation Dogs” earns a Golden Globe nomination. (Tulsa World)

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