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Headlines: COVID numbers continue rising, bill ends death penalty & Oklahoma beer history

Local headlines for Friday, January 21, 2022

Oklahoma sees more than 13,400 new positive tests for the Coronavirus. (KOSU)

Oklahoma City Public Schools is increasing its substitute wages by $70 a day. (KOSU)

Tulsa-area schools say they have no application for subs from state workers. (Tulsa World)

State joins network to improve data on vaccinations. (Tulsa World)

Stitt says state might sue tribes over hunting and fishing compacts. (NewsOK)

A look at Governor Stitt’s move of the Public Health Lab. (KOSU)

State Supreme Court says Oklahoma must turn over opioid data. (Journal Record)

Bill would allow Oklahomans to vote on ending the death penalty. (Tulsa World)

OKC lawmaker resigns after “inappropriate behavior”. (NewsOK)

Former lawmakers tapped for USDA job in Oklahoma. (NewsOK)

State unemployment drops. (Tulsa World)

American Airlines reports a $2B loss in 2020. (Tulsa World)

OU-Tulsa dental clinic gets $2M gift. (Tulsa World)

OKC adds 160 acres to the north. (NewsOK)

Tulsa attorney to retire after ten years with city. (Tulsa World)

Warm and dry weather is impacting Oklahoma’s wheat harvest. (KOSU)

New book tells the story of Oklahoma beer. (Tulsa World)

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