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Headlines: Winter weather, disposal wells shutdown & Caleb Williams leaving

Local headlines for Wednesday, February 2, 2022

Winter weather moves into Oklahoma. (KOSU)

Flights canceled as winter storm move into the state. (NewsOK)

Governor Stitt declares a state of emergency over winter weather. (NewsOK)

Schools face decision on snow day or virtual learning. (Tulsa World)

Tribal nations prepare for the winter weather. (KOSU)

Eight more COVID-19 fatalities bring Oklahoma’s Provisional Death Count to 13,341. (KOSU)

Hospitals are still struggling as COVID numbers wane. (Journal Record)

Military moves in to help Oklahoma hospitals. (Tulsa World)

More disposal wells get shut down after an earthquake on Monday. (Tulsa World)

Tribes settle with opioid manufacturers. (KOSU)

State budget leaders worry about overspending. (NewsOK)

Another Oklahoman pleads guilty in US Capitol attack. (NewsOK)

Death row inmate’s family asks governor for stay. (NewsOK)

Investigators finish report on Epic Virtual Charter School. (Tulsa World)

More than $38M in Medical marijuana funds head to schools. (KOSU)

OKC mayor’s race becomes the costliest in history. (NewsOK)

Four candidates are working to stop Norman mayor from 2nd term. (NewsOK)

Tulsa faces lawsuit from 13 firefighters over pay. (Tulsa World)

Resort near First American Museum moves forward. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma City now allows residents to raise chickens. (Journal Record)

OU is losing its star quarterback. (NewsOK)

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