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Headlines: COVID-19 data changes, ads attack Gov. Stitt & International Canoe Festival

Local headlines for Friday, March 18, 2022:

Health Department changes COVID-19 rate math. (Tulsa World)

State lawmakers face a fiscal tightrope in election year. (Journal Record)

Oil prices raise concern for lawmakers. (NewsOK)

Despite criticism, Congressman Hern invests in oil and gas firms. (NewsOK)

Why Oklahoma’s lethal injection drugs are kept secret. (Oklahoma Watch)

Ads target Governor Stitt’s commutation. (Tulsa World)

Former Teacher of the Year enters race for State Superintendent. (NewsOK)

A former Kingfisher High School football player is suing his alma mater and coaches. (KOSU)

A look at school choice in rural Oklahoma. (KOSU)

Tribal communities celebrate the reauthorization of VAWA. (KOSU)

Farmers received billions in crop insurance from extreme weather. (KOSU)

Muskogee hospital expanding. (Tulsa World)

Work begins on Owasso hospital. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma’s workforce remains as one of the lowest paid in the nation. (Journal Record)

Initial jobless claims increasing. (Tulsa World)

Tulsa commemorates National Safe Place Week. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma’s Greyson Chance to make film debut. (Tulsa World)

Congressional legislation would change sunrise and sunset times in Oklahoma. (Tulsa World)

International water sport makes plans to come to Oklahoma City. (NewsOK)

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