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Headlines: Tulsa mass shooting, OKC homeless count & Women’s College World Series

Local headlines for Thursday, June 2, 2022

A shooting at a medical building in Tulsa results in the death of five people. (KOSU)

Bomb threat reportedly linked to shooter. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma adopts new system for Medicaid management. (Journal Record)

Voting legislation could lead to confusion. (Tulsa World)

June 28th bond vote will decide the fate of a proposed Oklahoma County Jail. (NewsOK)

Cherokee Nation drops courthouse plans. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma City’s annual homeless count shows impact on lack of affordable housing. (NewsOK)

State offers cooling assistance program for citizens. (NewsOK)

OKC Starbucks becomes first to unionize in the state. (KOSU)

Second OKC Peace Walk planned for Sunday. (NewsOK)

Meteorologists want to hear from people affected by tornadoes. (KOSU)

Arkansas River levels are reaching highs not seen in a year. (Tulsa World)

Will Rogers Airport officials expect increased activity through FY 2023. (Journal Record)

Rising Oklahoma star tops country charts. (NewsOK)

Library of Distilled Spirits opens today. (NewsOK)

Women’s College World Series comes to Oklahoma City. (NewsOK)

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