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Headlines: Land Office head resigns, West Nile Virus & “Women Who Rock”

Local headlines for Friday, July 1, 2022

Head of Land Office resigns amid allegations. (Tulsa World)

Western Heights board fails to acknowledge audit. (NewsOK)

Officials find flaws in Tulsa Public School contracts. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma man dies after first human case of West Nile Virus. (Tulsa World)

Active cases of COVID-19 rise. (Tulsa World)

SCOTUS joint-jurisdiction ruling roils Indian land questions. (Journal Record)

State energy secretary praises SCOTUS ruling on EPA. (NewsOK)

Hundreds protest anti-abortion ruling. (Tulsa World)

Impact of SCOTUS abortion ruling beyond reproductive care. (KOSU)

Unemployment claims in Oklahoma hold steady. (Tulsa World)

Seven Oklahoma counties get FEMA assistance following May’s severe storms. (NewsOK)

77 children from 24 different nations become U.S. citizens. (Tulsa World)

Residents win battle over 5G phone poles. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma’s farm economy lags behind the region. (Journal Record)

Canoo electric vehicle plant could be delayed. (Tulsa World)

Group brings World War 2 bomber to Tulsa. (Tulsa World)

Fireworks company keeps busy during this time of the year. (Journal Record)

TV Guide cover features “Tulsa King”. (Tulsa World)

New docuseries includes Oklahoma female musicians. (Tulsa World)

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