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Headlines: Tulsa LGBTQ support, dark money campaigns & OU baseball playoffs

Local headlines for Tuesday, June 21, 2022

Speakers at TPS board meeting stand up for LGBTQ students. (Tulsa World)

Epic plans language academy. (NewsOK)

Career Tech board question $400,000 project touted by Governor Stitt. (Tulsa World)

Few state employees headed call for substitute teachers during pandemic. (NewsOK)

Open carry incident in Broken Arrow raises questions. (Tulsa World)

Victims in Taft shooting say they feel forgotten. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma is seeing a large amount of Dark money in primary campaigns. (Tulsa World)

State Chamber plans debate for GOP candidates for US Senate. (NewsOK)

Governor pushes for down ballot Republicans. (Tulsa World)

College students getting summer jobs helps drive employment figures in our state. (NewsOK)

Juneteenth celebrations include special sales, but no remunerations. (Journal Record)

Commuter rail from Norman to Edmond could get $100M federal grant. (NewsOK)

Housing market shows signs of cooling. (Journal Record)

Sooners move closer to College World Series Championship. (NewsOK)

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