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Headlines: OTA audit resolution, tribal jurisdiction veto & Claremore Lake alligator

Local headlines for Wednesday, May 11, 2022

Senator files another resolution to audit the Turnpike Authority. (Journal Record)

Bill to reorganize drivers’ licenses and registration process passes. (Tulsa World)

Tribes are calling for a veto override of a jurisdiction bill. (NewsOK)

Attorneys call for rejection of “Indian” definition. (NewsOK)

Lack of data hinders state justice reform efforts. (Oklahoma Watch)

Tulsa faces lawsuit over arrest treatment. (Tulsa World)

Union Schools plan to shift start times. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma’s recent heat feels more like June. (Tulsa World)

Public gets first view of Bob Dylan Center. (Tulsa World)

State strengthens its relationship with Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library program. (KOSU)

Edmond man says Kentucky Derby win won’t change him. (NewsOK)

Nine-foot alligator caught and killed in Claremore Lake. (Tulsa World)

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