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Headlines: Glossip execution stay, Labor candidate lawsuit & new Girl Scouts aviation badge

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Local headlines for Wednesday, August 17, 2022

Death row inmate Richard Glossip has been given a stay of execution. (KOSU)

Stitt raises twice as much as Hofmeister with two months till elections. (Tulsa World)

GOP candidate for Labor Commissioner is suing a fellow lawmaker for slander. (Tulsa World)

Republican lawmaker files lawsuit over COVID education funding. (Journal Record)

Congressman Cole urges calm after threats to FBI. (NewsOK)

Tulsa mayor uses PAC to help council member against dark money ads. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma City Public Schools is calling for a bond election this November. (KOSU)

Tulsa Public Schools confirms audio and video in bias training are the same. (Tulsa World)

New partnership hopes to keep schools safe. (NewsOK)

McAlester mom active shooter training goes viral. (NewsOK)

OKC Council seeks bids for new Fairgrounds coliseum. (Journal Record)

Tulsa transit gets $11M grant. (Tulsa World)

Grazing cattle in forest could be good for the environment and farmers. (KOSU)

Girl Scouts unveil new Aerospace Adventure badge. (Tulsa World)

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