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Headlines: Early voting, teacher wages & orangutan art work

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Local headlines for Thursday, August 18, 2022

Early voting for runoffs starts today and run through Saturday. (NewsOK)

Early voting also starts for Tulsa city council. (Tulsa World)

State treasurer candidate defends banking record in debate. (NewsOK)

New poll looks at runoff races. (NewsOK)

Military Order of the Purple Heart commander says lawsuit wasn’t approved. (Tulsa World)

Study shows wage gap of Oklahoma teachers. (KOSU)

Afghan refugees are helping others. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma teams up with Arkansas for economic development. (Tulsa World)

Osage Nation wins more than $40M broadband grant. (Tulsa World)

A new industrial park is planned for western Oklahoma City. (NewsOK)

EPA leader touts new funding. (Tulsa World)

Ralph Macchio is returning to Oklahoma for book event. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma filmmaker premieres latest feature in Austin. (NewsOK)

Farmers’ Almanac predicts early and cold winter for Oklahoma. (NewsOK)

OKC Zoo auctioning 20 artworks digitally painted by the zoo’s 21-year-old orangutan. (KOCO)

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