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Headlines: 1619 Project ban, teenage detention officers & Trump highway funding

Local headlines for Wednesday, December 15, 2021

Bill bans the teaching of a curriculum on slavery in America. (KOSU)

Oklahoma’s Provisional Death Count from COVID-19 still stands at 12,118. (KOSU)

Experts warn of a holiday surge of COVID. (Journal Record)

Health experts say Coronavirus boosters are likely a yearly thing. (Tulsa World)

New study connects COVID-19 to obesity. (Tulsa World)

Wastewater study shows increasing flu infections. (NewsOK)

Department of Corrections looks to younger people as jailers. (Oklahoma Watch)

Mid-Del Schools plans to close two schools after enrollment drop. (NewsOK)

Broken Arrow School Board gives approval to new superintendent. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma looks to future of electric vehicle charging stations. (NewsOK)

High winds and temperatures could mean fire danger ahead of cold front. (NewsOK)

Trump highway signs delayed after lack of funding. (NewsOK)

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