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Headlines: Tribes support Hofmeister, Medicaid on the ballot & Toby Keith award

Local headlines for Wednesday, October 12, 2022

Hofmeister officially wins support from state’s largest tribes. (Tulsa World)

Tribes deny “dark money” ads against Governor Stitt. (NewsOK)

The future of Medicaid in Oklahoma hangs on the gubernatorial ballot. (KOSU)

As election nears, more poll workers are needed. (Oklahoma Watch)

High court lets “Indian” definition stand. (NewsOK)

New VAWA provisions allows prosecutions on tribal lands. (KOSU)

Five tribes in Oklahoma win $141M in grants for wireless technology. (Tulsa World)

TPS board discusses safety after McLain shooting. (Tulsa World)

NE Oklahoma burn bans remain in effect. (Tulsa World)

Firefighters canvass neighborhood to provide smoke detectors. (Tulsa World)

Survey finds OKC residents mostly satisfied with city services. (NewsOK)

Edmond residents voice concerns about move to cancel bussing services. (NewsOK)

OSU Center for Health gets $9.5M for childhood trauma research. (Tulsa World)

Persimmon seeds predict snowy winter. (Tulsa World)

Country star and Oklahoman Toby Keith to win icon award. (Tulsa World)

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