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Headlines: Non-binary birth certificates, American Airlines losses & Memorial Marathon concert

Local headlines for Friday, April 22, 2022

Governor is getting bill banning nonbinary designations on birth certificates. (Tulsa World)

Senate passes incentive package to get unnamed company to state. (Tulsa World)

Governor Stitt signs bills to help out-of-state guard members. (KOSU)

79 more COVID-19 fatalities bring Oklahoma’s Provisional Death Count to 15,815. (NewsOK)

Health officials say 988 crisis call center could save lives. (NewsOK)

Judge rules Muskogee citizens shouldn’t pay income taxes to the state. (NewsOK)

Cherokee Nation chief says delegate to Congress should get hearing this year. (Tulsa World)

Environmental groups sue EPA over air quality laws. (KOSU)

American Airlines reports a $1.6B loss. (Tulsa World)

State jobless claims continue to fall. (Tulsa World)

Future uncertain for Nichols Hills apartment complex destroyed in fire. (Journal Record)

OSU professor creates software for researchers. (KOSU)

An Oklahoma entrepreneur strikes gold in Oklahoma’s green rush. (KOSU)

OKC homebuilders are opposing investment sales to corporations. (NewsOK)

Community input sought on historic black landmarks. (NewsOK)

Manufacturing is helping move commercial development in OKC. (Journal Record)

ONG is promotes digging awareness. (Tulsa World)

OKC band to open free Memorial Marathon concert tonight. (NewsOK)

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