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Headlines: School COVID protocols, runoffs getting closer & Cale Gundy’s resignation

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Local headlines for Thursday, August 11, 2022

Students heading back to classes could still face COVID protocols. (KOSU)

A state lawmaker puts forth an idea to help with Oklahoma’s teacher shortage. (Tulsa World)

OCPS considers bond for workforce development center. (Journal Record)

Congressman Mullin outpaces Shannon in fundraising ahead of runoff. (NewsOK)

GOP Congressional District Two hopefuls square off in televised debate. (Tulsa World)

Candidates in new State House District gear up for runoff. (NewsOK)

Tulsans get to know city council candidates ahead of elections. (Tulsa World)

Stitt refuses to reappoint Democrat Karen Keith to Historical Society Board. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoman pleads guilty to threatening Congressman Kevin Hern and his wife. (NewsOK)

Prosecutors drop rape and assault charges against Paul Tay. (Tulsa World)

Rental Assistance is coming to an end. (Journal Record)

Survey finds rental prices are lower in Stillwater than Norman. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma City center helps homeless people after hospitalization. (NewsOK)

Pop up produce sale raises awareness in north Tulsa. (Tulsa World)

OSU professor studies connection between diet and genetics. (KOSU)

Oklahoma now has an official state horse. (KFOR)

Conference in Tulsa focuses on sports betting. (Tulsa World)

Tribal gaming shows significant growth. (NewsOK)

Officials say PGA Championship had a $157M impact. (Tulsa World)

OU Head Coach Brent Venables addresses recent resignation of Cale Gundy. (Tulsa World)

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