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Headlines: State lawmaker charges, COVID police death toll & Oklahoma bowl season begins

Local headlines for Monday, December 20, 2021

A top Republican leader in the State House faces multiple felony counts. (NewsOK)

Coronavirus tops the list of deaths for police. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma’s Provisional Death Count from COVID-19 now stands at 12,222. (KOSU)

Experts say COVID amplifies grief during the holidays. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma is falling behind in spending COVID funds. (NewsOK)

Internal battle hits Corporation Commissioners over OG&E storm deal. (Journal Record)

DPS plans to close Tulsa megacenter after 45-thousand Real-IDs. (Tulsa World)

OKC considers eminent domain for northeast grocery store. (NewsOK)

Tulsa recovers from ransomware attack after spending $2M. (Tulsa World)

New philanthropic foundation pledges $100M for Tulsa’s health equity. (Tulsa World)

More Hispanic families are entering the housing market. (Journal Record)

COVID forces the cancelation of OSU vs. USC basketball game in OKC. (Tulsa World)

College football bowl season gets underway for Oklahoma’s teams today. (Tulsa World)

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