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Headlines: Winter weather preparations, AG reviewing books & Focus: Black Oklahoma award

Local headlines for Wednesday, February 23, 2022

Oklahoma braces for winter weather. (Tulsa World)

Schools close ahead of winter storm. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma County continues burn ban as drought persists. (NewsOK)

202 more COVID-19 fatalities bring Oklahoma’s Provisional Death Count to 14,425. (KOSU)

Attorney General plans to review 54 books to see if they violate state law. (NewsOK)

State sees record revenue. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma lawmaker wants to enhance Tulsa Race Massacre scholarship. (KOSU)

US Supreme Court declines to hear 19 McGirt related cases. (Tulsa World)

Law firm to review case of death row inmate Richard Glossip. (NewsOK)

Officials announce a large illegal marijuana bust. (Tulsa World)

The Cherokee Nation wants to get more clean drinking water to its citizens. (KOSU)

One Small Step hears from Kristi and Tristan. (KOSU)

Oklahoma Turnpike Authority announces $5B plan. (Tulsa World)

Governor Stitt is trying to lure an electric battery factory to the state. (Tulsa World)

Canoo begins clearing land in Pryor. (Tulsa World)

Elvis Costello plans concert at the Dylan Center ahead of May 10 opening. (Tulsa World)

KOSU & Focus: Black Oklahoma win NAACP award. (KOSU)

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