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Headlines: Vetoes overridden, Taft festival shooting & Black Wall Street album

Local headlines for Tuesday, May 31, 2022

Lawmakers override Gov. Stitt’s vetoes in the eleventh hour of the legislative session. (KOSU)

Legislature could reconsider $700M incentive package. (Journal Record)

Shooting at an outdoor festival in Taft leaves one person dead and seven injured. (Tulsa World)

Another Oklahoman faces charges in the U-S Capitol riot on January Sixth last year. (NewsOK)

Kiowa and Comanche tribes sue over Apache casino. (NewsOK)

OKC takes steps to become more inclusive and diverse. (NewsOK)

College tuition avoids inflation, so far. (Journal Record)

Home builders and developers find boons in OTA property resell. (NewsOK)

Tulsans take part in Memorial Day celebrations to honor military sacrifices. (Tulsa World)

Black Wall Street Music Project releases album. (Tulsa World)

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