After nearly three weeks of special session, there’s still no fix for Oklahoma’s budget. Lawmakers are past the point where health and human service agencies have to make cuts to deal with the roughly $70 million apiece they stand to lose. Lawmakers remain in recess, with negotiations happening behind closed doors. Governor Fallin says she has an idea of what the problem is. "Disagreement at the capitol about what direction we should go, but I think the big thing Oklahomans need to focus on...
Tulsa Police make an arrest is a most bizarre hold-up. It happened this morning about 10:30. It was at the Tulsa Federal Credit Union at 4 th and Elgin downtown. A man entered the bank and gave an employee a note saying his was robbing the place. He then patiently waited for police to arrive. He reportedly told officers he was tired of having no place to live and wanted to go back to jail. He got his wish.
Updated at 6:30 p.m. ET Thousands more people were fleeing their homes as some of the worst wildfires in California's history continued to sweep through wine country, leaving a trail of smoldering destruction and a death toll that authorities say has reached 31. Firefighters were locked in a fight with the wind-whipped blazes, but after days of struggle, they appeared to still be far from containing the flames. In fact, the fires that have burned since Sunday in Napa, Sonoma, Solano,...
On that Sunday night in Las Vegas, Elle Gargano was listening to country music at the Route 91 Harvest Festival when she was shot in the back of the head. Her friend got her under the stage at the concert to protect her and fellow concertgoers helped get Elle over the fence and out of the festival grounds. "They ran toward the street and they hailed somebody going by in a car, a man and a woman and they stopped them," Elle's father Mike Gargano said in the chapel of the Spring Valley Hospital...
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