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Headlines: COVID spending vetoes, McLain HS classes resume & fall festivals

Local headlines for Friday, October 7, 2022

Stitt vetoes more than $24M in COVID funds. (NewsOK)

Governor Stitt signs 17 COVID-19 funding bills. (Tulsa World)

Education looks to play a major role in the gubernatorial election. (KOSU)

Conservative group releases video off Tulsa teacher frustration with HB1775. (Tulsa World)

Classes resume at McLain High School after last week’s shooting. (Tulsa World)

OKC Police honor life of fallen sergeant. (NewsOK)

Two Oklahoma natives use tornado experience to help Ian victims. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma jobless claims inch up after historic low. (Tulsa World)

State tax receipts reach another record. (Tulsa World)

OPEC+ oil cut could impact Oklahoma production. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma tops nation in veterans’ disability payments. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma City moves to improve its sign aesthetics code. (NewsOK)

Amazon plans to hire 1,000 in the state. (Tulsa World)

High school athletes can now profit on name, image and likeness. (KOSU)

Oklahoma mourns the loss of country music star Jody Miler. (KOSU)

Fur Fest Music Fest opens this weekend. (Tulsa World)

Upcoming events celebrate indigenous Oklahomans. (NewsOK)

Kyiv City Ballet plans stop in OKC. (Tulsa World)

Fall festivals in Oklahoma. (NewsOK)

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