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Headlines: Gubernatorial polls, Indigenous Peoples Day & OKC’s Northeast High

Local headlines for Monday, October 10, 2022

Polls offer differing views of the gubernatorial race. (KOSU)

Attorney General blasts doctors opposed to state’s anti-abortion laws. (NewsOK)

State sees record number of female candidates. (NewsOK)

Friday is the deadline for voter registration. (Tulsa World)

Governor Stitt plans to address State Suppliers Expo. (Journal Record)

Oklahomans celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day. (KOSU)

Inter-tribal council calls on lawmakers to repeal Critical Race Theory ban. (KOSU)

Oklahoma’s tribes are proposing varied paths for criminal justice. (KOSU)

Fatal crashes increase 17% with a majority unbuckled. (Tulsa World)

Drought relief for farmers and ranchers are getting relief. (KOSU)

Tulsa mayor calls on city to take a more active role in homelessness. (Tulsa World)

Tulsan signs up for Hulu competitive cooking show. (Chef vs. Wild”. (Journal Record)

Cowboys fall one spot in recent polling despite a weekend win. (Tulsa World)

Alumni of former OKC Northeast High School gather to remember activism. (StateImpact OK)

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