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Headlines: Oklahoma execution, anti-abortion bill & bedlam basketball

Local headlines for Thursday, January 27, 2022

Oklahoma moves forward with the first execution in the nation for 2022. (KOSU)

51 more COVID-19 fatalities bring Oklahoma’s Provisional Death Count to 13,125. (KOSU)

Oklahoma ranks number one for the worst state in COVID-19 hospitalizations. (Tulsa World)

Sewage monitoring shows the Omicron variant of COVID-19 might be peaking. (NewsOK)

State lawmaker calls for $300M in restitution for Race Massacre. (Tulsa World)

Bill bans abortions 30 days after last period. (NewsOK)

State lawmakers on both sides of the aisle want to remove a tax on groceries. (KOCO)

High court allows former state Senate leader to get law license back. (KOSU)

Tulsa puts a pause on rental assistance. (Tulsa World)

Police ramp up traffic enforcement. (Tulsa World)

Merger creates the largest tribally owned bank in the US. (Journal Record)

Cherokee Nation Film Office plans special effects workshop. (Journal Record)

New leader of the Tulsa Regional Chamber calls for diversity. (Tulsa World)

Demolition begins on the old Gilcrease Museum. (Tulsa World)

Will Rogers students tour “The Outsiders” house. (Tulsa World)

Sooners top the Cowgirls in Bedlam basketball game. (NewsOK)

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