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Headlines: Kansas abortion vote, McGirt impacts cockfighting jurisdiction & “Reservation Dogs” season Two

Local headlines for Monday, August 1, 2022

Vote on abortions in Kansas could impact Oklahoma women. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma drought could impact the state’s wheat harvest. (KOSU)

Black Mesa State Park in the Oklahoma panhandle has no water as its well undergoes repairs. (KOSU)

A push to break up electric company monopolies gains interest. (NewsOK)

36 more COVID-19 fatalities bring Oklahoma’s Provisional Death Count to 16,252. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma County Jail records it’s twelfth inmate death so far this year. (NewsOK)

Former district judge accused of sexual assault won’t face charges. (NewsOK)

McGirt makes an impact on cockfighting controversy. (Journal Record)

State lawmaker plans to bring back his controversial school voucher bill. (Tulsa World)

Most of Oklahoma’s congressional delegation votes against semiconductor bill. (Tulsa World)

A celebration involving confetti cannons sparks fear at Quail Springs Mall. (NewsOK)

Gilcrease Turnpike nears completion. (Tulsa World)

Tulsa schools considers Kiowa language courses. (Tulsa World)

Season Two of Reservation Dogs premiers before a packed audience. (Tulsa World)

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