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Headlines: Transgender athlete ban, Swadley’s BBQ & Thunder falls to the Hawk

Local headlines for Thursday, March 31, 2022

Oklahoma now bans transgender students from some athletic competitions. (KOSU)

Questions arise over state’s $17M deal with Swadley’s BBQ. (NewsOK)

Governor taps Inasmuch CEO for OU Board of Regents. (Tulsa World)

Aerospace industry lobbies at the state capitol. (Journal Record)

Police oversight plan fails in the Tulsa City Council. (Tulsa World)

Tulsa Police Department responds to video of arrest. (Tulsa World)

Tulsa Public Schools looks to diversity. (Tulsa World)

Voting begins today on bond issues in Kiefer, Liberty and Owasso. (Tulsa World)

OKC approves new ward map base on 2020 census. (NewsOK)

COVID chief laments Oklahoma’s choices. (Tulsa World)

Partnership uses COVID funds for workforce training. (Tulsa World)

Tishomingo remembers girls lost in car crash. (NewsOK)

Farmers rethink procedures amid skyrocketing costs and drought. (NewsOK)

Researchers find glaring lack of Black owned hemp farms. (KOSU)

Long-time Tulsa leader dies. (Tulsa World)

Businessman offers rare baseball card for Boys & Girls Club. (NewsOK)

Sylvester Stallone visits downtown Tulsa. (Tulsa World)

Gilcrease Museum plans shop on Route 66. (Tulsa World)

Tulsa Oilers eye former Macy’s for practice and public facilities. (Tulsa World)

Thunder falls to the Hawks at the Paycom Center. (NewsOK)

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