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Headlines: General Election looms, Student test scores drop & OKC Trick or Treating

Local headlines for Tuesday, October 25, 2022

A look at who and what is on the upcoming General Election. (KOSU)

Lawmakers look into funding reform measure passed by voters in 2106. (Tulsa World)

Governor’s office denies endorsement of Tulsa council candidate. (Tulsa World)

Student scores decline in post pandemic testing. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoman gets 9-month sentence for participation in US Capitol Riot. (NewsOK)

National group honors parents of slain Tulsa Girl Scout. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma State president says she’s very confident in debt-free goal. (NewsOK)

Gas prices in NE Oklahoma dip slightly. (Tulsa World)

Black Wall Street Business Center holds grand opening. (Tulsa World)

New downtown OKC office building to hold more than 300 workers. (NewsOK)

Holiday film becomes first to receive Cherokee Film Initiative funds. (Tulsa World)

Pulitzer Prize winning author comes to OSU-Tulsa. (Tulsa World)

Burn ban expires in Tulsa after Monday rainfall. (Tulsa World)

Kids gear up for Trick or Treating in OKC. (NewsOK)

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