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Headlines: Remembering Jim Halligan, State Superintendent debate & Thunder first win

Local headlines for Wednesday, October 26, 2022

Oklahoma State says goodbye to a former president and state senator. (KOSU)

State Superintendent candidates face off in first and only debate. (Tulsa World)

Missing couple mentioned in DA debate get arrested in Mexico. (NewsOK)

Incoming Tulsa council member called opponents “literal fascists” and “Nazi”. (Tulsa World)

Misinformation is swirling around COVID vaccines in schools. (KOSU)

Person of interest in Okmulgee quadruple murder faces lawsuit. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma jobless rate increases again. (NewsOK)

Report shows job market is changing. (Journal Record)

Oklahoma City pauses changes to its sign code. (NewsOK)

Tulsa Tech and TCC sell office building to Grand Mental Health. (Tulsa World)

Cherokee Nation opens meat processing plant. (Tulsa World)

Hobby Lobby owner says he’s given his firm to God. (NewsOK)

PSO celebrates 100th birthday of power plant. (Tulsa World)

Tulsa group gets $5M to tackle homelessness. (Tulsa World)

Wildlife rehabilitation center in Noble releases river otters. (KOSU)

Community mourns the loss of former Jewel Box Theatre. (NewsOK)

“Tulsa King” finishes filming. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma City Thunder wins first game in contest against Los Angeles Clippers. (NewsOK)

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