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Headlines: Gubernatorial debate, gas prices drop & Thunder begins new season

Local headlines for Tuesday, October 18, 2022

Stitt and Hofmeister face off in only gubernatorial debate. (NewsOK)

Top two candidates for governor virtually tied, but OP candidate for Superintendent leads. (NewsOK)

Former Stitt appointee faces charges over marijuana “ghost” owners. (NewsOK)

Democrats are hoping to flip House District 70. (Tulsa World)

Longtime Oklahoma County treasurer faces challenger in November. (NewsOK)

Cherokee leader worries about SCOTUS case on Indian Child Welfare Act. (Tulsa World)

Tulsa County extends burn ban. (Tulsa World)

Oklahomans can now file for student loan debt relief. (NewsOK)

Harold Hamm and Continental Resources reach agreement to go private. (NewsOK)

Gas prices drop ten cents in the past week. (Tulsa World)

OKC looks again to Canton Lake for more water. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma City plans to spend $3.6B on capital projects. (Journal Record)

Reba McEntire came to Oklahoma City’s Paycom Center on Saturday. (NewsOK)

OKC Thunder kicks off new season Wednesday night. (NewsOK)

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