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Headlines: ONG bills increasing, executions proceeding & Elton John in OKC

Local headlines for Wednesday, January 26, 2022

ONG bills are going up for the next 25 years. (Tulsa World)

COVID-19 hospitalizations reach records. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma sees nearly 9,000 new positive tests for the Coronavirus. (KOSU)

State Superintendent Joy Hofmeister gets insight on pandemic from students. (Tulsa World)

A new bill allows communities to organize recall petitions of school board members. (KOSU)

Debate for OKC mayor goes on without David Holt. (NewsOK)

Appeals court denies appeals from death row inmates. (NewsOK)

Anti-death penalty minister to serve during execution. (NewsOK)

Two OSU athletes are recovering after a head on collision near Perkins. (NewsOK)

Tulsa Health Department plans to expand its medical care. (Tulsa World)

Coyotes still thriving despite competitive hunting. (KOSU)

Chesapeake makes big investment in Marcellus Shale locations. (Journal Record)

KIPP Tulsa wins diversity honor. (Tulsa World)

Cherokee Nation plans to offer a film incentive program. (Journal Record)

Tulsa Symphony plans to perform “Star Wars” alongside film. (Tulsa World)

Norman Music Festival announces headliners for 2022. (NewsOK)

Despite COVID concerns, Elton John is still coming to OKC. (NewsOK)

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