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Headlines: Another anti-abortion law, Norman turnpike lawsuit & more severe weather

Local headlines for Wednesday, May 4, 2022

Governor Stitt signs a bill to immediately ban most abortions. (Tulsa World)

Pro-choice advocates rally at the Tulsa County Courthouse. (Tulsa World)

New law allows purge of some criminal cases. (NewsOK)

Governor Stitt is facing attack ads from a dark money group on the state’s deal with Swadley’s. (NewsOK)

Top Republican candidates for Attorney General are nearly tied in fundraising. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma records its first case of bird flu. (KOSU)

Indian Health Services receives $5M for HIV prevention. (KOSU)

Oklahoma Turnpike Authority faces a lawsuit over a planned extension in Norman. (NewsOK)

State Supreme Court approves $800M bonds for winter weather costs. (Tulsa World)

Tulsa Public Schools honors two employees from Carver Middle School. (Tulsa World)

Tulsa Historical Society hopes to raise money to replace stolen statue. (KOSU)

New Gilcrease Museum breaks ground. (Tulsa World)

Mayfest debuts new gallery of local artists. (Tulsa World)

More severe weather coming as officials confirm tornadoes on Monday. (NewsOK)

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