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Headlines: COVID data, fallen Edmond police officer & lottery tickets

Local headlines for Tuesday, July 26, 2022

COVID expert says data is off the mark. (Tulsa World)

Education Secretary Ryan Walters releases funds for TPS early childhood. (Tulsa World)

Online voter registration plan remains a work in progress. (Oklahoma Watch)

State Chamber calls for tax cuts and return to “Reaganomics”. (Tulsa World)

A death row inmate is asking for a stay of execution. (NewsOK)

Hundreds gather to remember a fallen Edmond police officer. (NewsOK)

Leader of the Quapaw Nation wins reelection. (KOSU)

Oklahoma gas prices drop for a sixth straight week. (Tulsa World)

Hiring continues despite recession fears. (Journal Record)

Cherokee Nation is looking for businesses and contractors. (Tulsa World)

Oklahomans are flocking to buy lottery tickets. (Tulsa World)

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