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Headlines: Another Oklahoma execution, new abortion law & Thunder rookie injury

Local headlines for Friday, August 26, 2022

Oklahoma follows through with the execution of James Coddington. (KOSU)

State prepares for more executions. (NewsOK)

Man who killed Oklahoma County deputy had cache of weapons. (NewsOK)

State Education Board adopts rules against transgender bathrooms. (Tulsa World)

No accreditation changes for Tulsa and Mustang Public Schools. (KOSU)

Doctors could face 10-year sentences under new abortion law. (NewsOK)

Dozens of new laws take effect today. (NewsOK)

Appellate court offers clarity on anti-riot laws. (Tulsa World)

More women are on the ballot than ever before. (Journal Record)

Osborn campaign manager sues GOP opponent. (NewsOK)

First-time jobless claims increase. (Tulsa World)

State gets $25M to clean up well sites. (Tulsa World)

Tulsa honors man who saved a transit driver from assault. (Tulsa World)

Cherokee Nation opens new tag agency in Catoosa. (Tulsa World)

2022 State Fair is coming up in a few weeks. (NewsOK)

Kentucky Derby winner Rich Strike sets sights on Travers Stakes. (Journal Record)

OSU Coach Gundy expects a longer career. (Tulsa World)

Thunder’s #2 draft pick could miss entire season. (NewsOK)

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