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Headlines: Catalytic converter theft bill, OKCPS enrollment decline & AleXa wins song contest

Local headlines for Tuesday, May 10, 2022

Catalytic converter theft bill heads to the governor. (Tulsa World)

Bill to crack down on multiple voters at one address advances. (NewsOK)

Report ranks OCPS number one in enrollment decline. (KOSU)

Interim Owasso superintendent gets permanent job. (Tulsa World)

National group challenges firing of Oklahoma Christian professor. (NewsOK)

Volunteer firefighter dies from injuries. (NewsOK)

Tulsa Police Department moves forward with Real Time Info Center. (Tulsa World)

Mortgage rates are rising but the housing market remains hot. (Journal Record)

Marjorie Tallchief statue sculptor pledges to restore it. (Tulsa World)

OKC artist unveils state’s first mental health recovery mural. (NewsOK)

Tulsa’s Bob Dylan Center opens today. (KOSU)

Founding members of KISS host casino grand opening. (Tulsa World)

Jenks K-Pop star wins first “American Song Contest”. (Tulsa World)

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