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Headlines: 64 more COVID-19 deaths, police body cam challenged & TU defeats Old Dominion

Local headlines for Tuesday, December 21, 2021

64 More COVID-19 fatalities bring Oklahoma’s Provisional Death Count to 12,286. (KOSU)

Health officials urge Oklahomans to get COVID-19 booster shots as Omicron surges. (NewsOK)

Churches have mixed messages on vaccines. (Oklahoma Watch)

Weekend fires are prompting safety reminders. (NewsOK)

Cherokee Tribe moves forward with hunting, fishing license plan. (Tulsa World)

Couple takes care of Indian boarding school in Oklahoma. (KOSU)

Oklahoma’s unemployment rate among the lowest in the nation. (Journal Record)

Police union files grievance against OKC body cam program. (NewsOK)

Senator Lankford touts bill protecting small oil wells. (Tulsa World)

Experts warn of issues with early wage access programs. (Journal Record)

Ministers Alliance is falling short on donations. (Tulsa World)

Fostering Connections needs $60K to reach goal. (Tulsa World)

Warmer temperatures mean no white Christmas in Oklahoma. (Tulsa World)

The University of Tulsa caps off a turbulent season with a bowl victory. (Tulsa World)

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