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Headlines: Gender care ban, student financial aid & Red River Rivalry travel

Local headlines for Wednesday, October 5, 2022

New law bans transgender care at one Oklahoma hospital. (AP)

Lawmakers still have money from COVID funds to distribute. (Oklahoma Watch)

McLain High School plans to resume classes on Thursday. (Tulsa World)

High court approves state takeover of Western Heights. (NewsOK)

Judge approves execution for death row inmate. (Tulsa World)

Daughter of Tulsa County DA gets charged with domestic assault. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma wants more students to file for financial aid. (KOSU)

Tulsa utility bills are increasing. (Tulsa World)

Governor takes credit for stopping Chinese land ownership in state. (Journal Record)

Stitt appoints employment chief to embattled Tourism Department. (Tulsa World)

Commission approves drought relief for farmers and ranchers. (KOSU)

Oklahoma heading to record drought territory. (Tulsa World)

Monarch advocates are asking Oklahomans to help protect the butterflies. (NewsOK)

Tulsa Child Abuse Network exceeds fundraising goal. (Tulsa World)

Red River Rivalry travelers face lower gas prices. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma promises open interstate for OU/Texas drivers. (KOCO)

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