Headlines: Oklahoma Cancer Deaths, Tax Cut Impact & Cowgirls Win Bedlam

Jan 8, 2018

Headlines for Monday, January 8, 2017:

  • Study shows Oklahomans are more likely to die of cancer than people in other states. (NewsOK)

  • GOP candidates for governor mostly avoid questions on legalizing marijuana. (NewsOK)

  • Republicans south of OKC vote in a special primary tomorrow for a vacated House seat. (NewsOK)

  • Panel overseeing the Health Department appears optimistic. (Journal Record)

  • Autopsy reports are getting delayed under a new law. (NewsOK)

  • Oklahomans’ impact from Trump’s tax cut will vary. (Tulsa World)

  • OU & OSU athletic departments could be affected by the federal tax cut law. (NewsOK)

  • Cost of Living Increase for Social Security recipients might fall short. (Tulsa World)

  • Oklahoma is seeing a decline in refugees. (Journal Record)

  • Parents plan protest of Humphreys at tonight’s OKC School Board meeting. (NewsOK)

  • Tulsa shelter keeps helping kids three years after it was supposed to close. (Tulsa World)

  • Oklahoma County sees a drop in felony cases in 2017. (NewsOK)

  • Members of the Osage Nation oppose a massive wind project in the panhandle. (Journal Record)

  • Oklahoma’s parks hope to attract more people over winter months. (Tulsa World)

  • OKC ordinance for Airbnbs moves a step closer to reality. (Journal Record)

  • Kingfisher is getting the state’s largest rail spur, transportation loading center. (Journal Record)

  • The Thunder loses its final game of a three game road trip. (NewsOK)

  • The Cowgirls come on strong against the Sooners in Bedlam Basketball. (Tulsa World)

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