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Headlines: Tornadoes roll through Oklahoma, Norman turnpike bond & Google expansion

Local headlines for Thursday, May 5, 2022

Tornado strikes Seminole. (KOSU)

Storm chasers understand risks to protect Oklahomans. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma contemplates a post-Roe future. (Journal Record)

Bill banning state contracts with anti-energy companies heads to governor. (Tulsa World)

OTA gets $200M bond for Norman turnpike extension. (NewsOK)

Justices criticize AG O’Connor for not protecting Oklahomans. (Journal Record)

Oklahoman gets probation for his role in Jan. 6 capitol attack. (NewsOK)

A former Stillwater Public School employee is facing felony embezzlement charges. (KOSU)

Questions arise over land purchase by former Tourism director. (NewsOK)

Report on TPD’s policing policy is coming out today. (Tulsa World)

Muscogee resolution seeks to protect citizens from state taxes. (KOSU)

State monthly revenue tops $2B for first time. (Tulsa World)

UCO keeps jobs but could increase tuition. (NewsOK)

Group works to get farmers to fight climate change. (KOSU)

Tulsa hosts first FFA convention in 96 years. (Tulsa World)

Google plans to invest $75M to expand operation in NE Oklahoma. (Tulsa World)

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