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Headlines: Swadley’s investigation, another anti-abortion bill & Tiger Woods in Tulsa

Local headlines for Friday, April 29, 2022

Lawmakers create bipartisan panel to investigate state’s contract with Swadley’s. (NewsOK)

Governor Stitt is getting another anti-abortion bill. (Tulsa World)

Legislation to reform charter schools advances. (NewsOK)

Senate proposes changes to judicial system. (NewsOK)

State House advances transgender bathroom bill. (Tulsa World)

Transgender Oklahomans navigate current events in the state. (KOSU)

Congressional candidate calls for execution of Anthony Fauci. (NewsOK)

82 more COVID-19 fatalities bring Oklahoma’s Provisional Death Count to 15,897. (NewsOK)

Stitt appoints Keith Reed as Health Commissioner pending Senate approval. (NewsOK)

Stitt reverses course in release of former Tulsa police officer in crossbow killing. (Tulsa World)

Human remains possibly linked to white supremacists found at two sites. (NewsOK)

Supreme Court justices are deciding n Oklahoma’s challenge to tribal jurisdiction. (KOSU)

Court tosses conviction based on SCOTUS McGirt decision. (Tulsa World)

Appellate court upholds conviction of police sergeant. (NewsOK)

OKC Public Schools is gearing up to ask voters to approve a massive bond package. (KOSU)

Mayes County approves TIF for major project. (Tulsa World)

OSHA wants to crack down workplace injury reports. (Journal Record)

Initial jobless claims decline again. (Tulsa World)

Ten Oklahomans named to Journalism Hall of Fame. (Journal Record)

Restore OKC leader and interns honored with Hall of Fame awards. (NewsOK)

Construction Summer Camp enrollment ends May 5. (NewsOK)

OKC Repertory hits the road with audio tour. (NewsOK)

Tiger Woods stops to shot a round of golf in Tulsa. (Tulsa World)

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