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Headlines: Governor’s mansion plans, death row clemency denied & family-friendly Halloween

Governor Stitt’s private plans for new governor’s mansion. (KFOR)

Hofmeister and Stitt square off at forum. (Tulsa World)

GOP DA candidate accuses Democratic opponent of complicit in murder. (NewsOK)

Another death row inmate fails to get clemency. (NewsOK)

The State Tax Commission says Oklahoma can levy taxes on tribal employees. (NewsOK)

September revenues beat estimates. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma State looks to graduate more students who are debt free. (NewsOK)

TPS board member pushes back on administrative policies. (Tulsa World)

Parkland School shooting father visits Oklahoma to talk gun violence. (Tulsa World)

State names top 12 Teachers of the Year. (Tulsa World)

Companies need to invest in cybersecurity. (Journal Record)

Oklahoma City plans to upgrade its zoning and development codes. (Journal Record)

Muscogee Nation and OU team up to expand medical care. (Tulsa World)

OU Bedlam Clinics on pace toward endowment. (Tulsa World)

Hundreds of visitors and vendors attend supply conference in OKC. (Journal Record)

OKC Zoo plans new home for marine mammals. (Journal Record)

Downtown Tulsa is getting a virtual reality gaming center and café-bar. (Tulsa World)

Time capsule give glimpse into Oklahoma City’s past. (NewsOK)

Faith-based groups offer family friendly Halloween events. (NewsOK)

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