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Headlines: COVID-19 funding, Trump backs Lankford & Bigfoot Festival

Local headlines for Thursday, September 29, 2022

State legislature set to finalize nearly $2B in COVID funding. (KOSU)

Lawmakers consider drought relief during special session. (Tulsa World)

New poll show Jena Nelson maintaining her lead over Ryan Walters. (KOSU)

Anti-abortion group kicks off new campaign in OKC. (NewsOK)

New campaign signs call for closing the library and book burning. (KOSU)

Senator Lankford wins Trump’s endorsement. (Tulsa World)

United Methodist Church plans vigil for boarding school victims. (NewsOK)

Ruling impacts casino closures during pandemic. (NewsOK)

Former OKC Charter superintendent faces embezzlement charges. (KOSU)

OKC oil field company agrees to $1.9M settlement. (NewsOK)

Tulsa County DA speaks on mental health needs after daughter stabs him. (Tulsa World)

Judge dismisses Veterans’ agency lawsuit against Stitt. (NewsOK)

State sees rise in syphilis cases. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma City approves $3.6M for business improvement districts. (Journal Record)

Help is coming to reduce the number of farmer suicides. (KOSU)

Small Oklahoma towns provide options for homebuyers. (NewsOK)

Amazon picks two Tulsa startups for accelerator program. (Tulsa World)

Students create “Rain Man” film crew experience in Guthrie. (Journal Record)

Local schools are opening pathways to filmmaking. (NewsOK)

Big Foot festival returns to Honobia this weekend. (Tulsa World)

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