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Headlines: Another Oklahoma execution, vaccine mandate bill & OKC hip-hop “Nutcracker”

Local headlines for Friday, February 18, 2022

Oklahoma carries out its second execution of the year. (KOSU)

Supreme Court rules Oklahoma at-will law doesn’t protect whistleblowers. (Journal Record)

49 more COVID-19 fatalities bring Oklahoma’s Provisional Death Count to 14,201. (KOSU)

Medical professional worry about screenings as COVID continues. (KOSU)

Bill to ban vaccine mandates gets put on hold. (Tulsa World)

Lawmakers take up bills on charter schools. (KOSU)

Legislation expands state definition of obscenity to take aim at books in schools. (Tulsa World)

Bonding bill could help Oklahoma’s abandoned oil wells. (NewsOK)

A new report shows Oklahoma is still struggling with mental health for kids. (KOSU)

New program gives at-home hospital care. (NewsOK)

Unemployment claims decline again. (Tulsa World)

Local experts take a look at the “Big Quit”. (Journal Record)

Business leaders discuss effects of local diversion efforts. (NewsOK)

New shows with Oklahoma ties moves forward. (Tulsa World)

OKC hip-hop “Nutcracker” heads to theatrical release. (NewsOK)

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