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Headlines: Public office filing, McGirt traffic tickets & “Finding Your Roots” Tulsa

Local headlines for Monday, April 18, 2022

Filing for public office comes to an end. (NewsOK)

Stitt faces reelection opposition from Democrats, Libertarians and independents. (NewsOK)

Democrats fail to come up with a candidate for attorney general. (NewsOK)

Congressman Mullin puts $1M of his own money into Senate race. (NewsOK)

Emergency room visits from COVID-19 return to normal. (Tulsa World)

Corrections officer convicted of allowing white supremacists to attack black inmates. (NewsOK)

Whistleblower alleges fraud in Swadley’s Tourism deal. (NewsOK)

Judge dismisses case of McGirt impact on traffic tickets. (Tulsa World)

State Supreme Court approves new transportation funding. (Journal Record)

Schools prepare for summer. (Tulsa World)

First National Center reopens after six years of renovations. (NewsOK)

Current jobs market shows possible secure future for interns. (Journal Record)

Tulsa mayor signs non-binding resolution on Race Massacre amends. (Tulsa World)

PBS series to trace family trees of Tulsa Race Massacre survivors. (Tulsa World)

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