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Headlines: Illegal medical marijuana crackdown, Sardis Lake water & Juneteenth on the East

Local headlines for Friday, June 17, 2022

State’s top prosecutor is cracking down on illegal medical marijuana businesses. (KOSU)

Report shows Oklahoma prisons are understaffed and inefficient. (Oklahoma Watch)

Tulsa Police Department releases its annual report. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma County Clerk resigning, but continue bid for State Treasurer. (NewsOK)

“Dark Money” group is attacking incumbent state auditor. (Tulsa World)

Mayor Bynum admits to belittling councilor. (Tulsa World)

Southeast Oklahoma residents face water woes. (KOSU)

Guthrie is seeking millions of dollars for a new fire station and airport improvements. (KOCO)

State sees another drop in unemployment claims. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma teens ask policy makers to not downplay their experiences. (KOSU)

OKC ranks in the top ten for seniors. (Journal Record)

Oklahoma community colleges are seeing major enrollment declines. (KOSU)

Child Abuse Network begins $9M expansion. (Tulsa World)

DeadCenter is working to train the next generation of film makers. (Journal Record)

Juneteenth on the East returns this weekend. (KOSU)

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