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Headlines: COVID spending scandal, recreational marijuana petition & windy April

Local headlines for Tuesday, May 3, 2022

COVID relief funding used for Christmas Trees, gaming consoles and TVs. (Oklahoma Watch)

Oklahomans cleaning up after storms. (NewsOK)

Signature gathering begins for recreational marijuana. (NewsOK)

Cockfighting bill gets changed to anti-loitering bill. (Journal Record)

Stitt signs bill requiring standards for library books. (NewsOK)

Campaign funding in governor’s race is growing. (Tulsa World)

Out-of-state money is flowing into GOP race for Inhofe’s seat. (NewsOK)

OKC’s mayoral race raised $1.2M (NewsOK)

Holt begins second term. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma County stalls K9 training center. (NewsOK)

Judge allows Race Massacre lawsuit to move forward. (Tulsa World)

Man central to Quapaw reservation status sentenced. (Tulsa World)

Pieces of ballerina found in a recycling plant. (Tulsa World)

Subscription fee for Luther fire service sparks controversy. (NewsOK)

Tulsa School Board welcomes two new members. (Tulsa World)

OKC vies for $55M grant for biosciences industry. (NewsOK)

April was the windiest on record. (Tulsa World)

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