Headlines: Hofmeister Charges Dead, Race Riot Mass Graves & Hunting Season Dollars

Oct 3, 2018

Headlines for Wednesday, October 3, 2018:

  • A case against Oklahoma’s Superintendent officially comes to an end. (NewsOK)
     
  • Oklahoma City crews are working to secure lamps along the Bricktown Canal. (NewsOK)
     
  • OKC conference focuses on trauma and how it affects children in schools. (Tulsa World)
     
  • Tulsa’s mayor wants to reexamine issue of mass graves linked to 1921 Race Riot. (Tulsa World)
     
  • New marijuana businesses have limited options in banking. (Tulsa World)
     
  • The number of medical marijuana application tops seven thousand. (KFOR)
     
  • Gubernatorial candidates address mental health issues in forum. (NewsOK)
     
  • CD1 candidates square off in forum. (Tulsa World)
     
  • Legislative study focuses on life without parole for juveniles. (Tulsa World)
     
  • Wind farm construction halts after litigation. (NewsOK)
     
  • Norman school officials reexamine travel procedures after Texas accident. (NewsOK)
     
  • Oklahoma needs more neurologists to deal with growing Alzheimer’s cases (Journal Record)
     
  • Integris takes over control of Deaconess Hospital (NewsOK)
     
  • The Department of Human Services restores funding for child abuse prevention. (NewsOK)
     
  • In just four years, a tax credit helped create more than 2,000 housing units. (Journal Record)
     
  • Tribal gaming revenues jump 5%. (NewsOK)
     
  • Nonstop flights to Los Angeles return to TIA. (Tulsa World)
     
  • American Airlines plans daily flights from WRWA to Washington, D.C. (NewsOK)
     
  • Hunting Season brings economic boost to parts of Oklahoma. (Journal Record)
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