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Headlines: Rainy Day Funds, certified teachers & animal safety

Local headlines for Monday, August 29, 2022:

State leaders refuse to dip into Oklahoma’s $2.8B savings. (NewsOK)

Tulsa Public School attorney says SBE violated Open Meetings Act. (Tulsa World)

Number of certified teachers continues to rise. (KOSU)

Colleges return with high numbers of incoming freshmen. (Tulsa World)

Battle of the sexes reaches Oklahoma’s highest offices on the ballot. (Tulsa World)

Death penalty flares after execution. (Journal Record)

125 more COVID-19 fatalities bring Oklahoma’s Provisional Death Count to 16,644. (NewsOK)

Home winter heating could be high for Oklahomans. (NewsOK)

Race and ethnicity influences housing market. (Journal Record)

Oklahoma ranks in bottom ten for overall condition of bridges. (NewsOK)

Berryhill residents say Gilcrease Turnpike toll decrease is a good start. (Tulsa World)

New mural at the State Capitol celebrates workers. (Journal Record)

Young people get education on keeping their animals safe during fair time. (KOSU)

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