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4:32 pm
Thu October 21, 2010

Against the Efforts of Save Our Tulsa

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Local & Regional
1:35 pm
Thu October 21, 2010

Tulsa Receives EPA Grant

Tulsa, OK – The City of Tulsa has been selected to receive a never-offered-before grant from the Environmental Protection Agency for a Brownfields pilot planning program. Tulsa is the only city in Oklahoma to receive the grant.
The grant will fund a pilot program highlighting the opportunities of redeveloping brownfield locations. The program will demonstrate how planning for the assessment, cleanup and reuse of brownfield sites supports the revitalization efforts of the areas surrounding the brownfields.

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Local & Regional
1:28 pm
Thu October 21, 2010

Google Restarting Work in Pryor

Pryor, OK – Google Inc. is restarting work on a data center in Pryor nearly two years after delaying the opening of the $600 million project.

Google announced late Wednesday it plans to resume work on the plant. The company said it expects the plant to be fully operational with about 100 employees by late next year.

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Local & Regional
1:25 pm
Thu October 21, 2010

Board May Reconsider Chief ME Hire

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Local & Regional
7:23 am
Thu October 21, 2010

Thurday Morning's Local News

Tulsa, Oklahoma – Your Thursday Morning Top Local News Stories

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StudioTulsa
5:09 pm
Wed October 20, 2010

"Nothing Left to Burn: A Memoir"

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Local & Regional
10:57 am
Wed October 20, 2010

School Employee Arrested

Aundrae Maxey
Tulsa County Booking Photo

Tulsa, OK – A Will Rogers High School employee is busted on school property with drugs and a gun. The arrest came after school yesterday afternoon. 27-year-old Aundrae Maxey was arrested on a warrant from OSU-Tulsa Police. He was wanted for second degree burglary.

In his possession, officers found a pound-and-a-half of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. A gun was found in his car in the school parking lot.
Maxey was released on $21,000 bond.

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Local & Regional
9:56 am
Wed October 20, 2010

Dogfight Sentence

Muskogee, OK – Okla. man receives probation on dogfighting charge

MUSKOGEE, Okla. (AP) A federal judge has sentenced a Tahlequah man to three years of probation for hosting dog fights on his property.

Prosecutors said Tuesday 48-year-old Jerry Miller must spend six months of his sentence on home detention and pay a $2,000 fine.

A federal grand jury indicted Miller in April and he pleaded guilty in May to possession of animals for participation in an animal fighting venture.

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Local & Regional
9:54 am
Wed October 20, 2010

Another Norman Shaker

Norman, OK – Earthquake near Norman believed to be aftershock

NORMAN, Okla. (AP) A magnitude 2.8 earthquake centered near Norman is believed to be the latest aftershock from a quake recorded last week in the area.

The tremor recorded seven miles southeast of Norman at 12:53 p.m. Tuesday was initially reported as a 2.6 magnitude by the Oklahoma Geological Survey. There were no reports of injuries or damage.

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Local & Regional
9:53 am
Wed October 20, 2010

Gubernatorial Debate

Edmond, OK – Askins, Fallin tout conservativism at Okla. debate

EDMOND, Okla. (AP) Lt. Gov. Jari Askins laid out conservative credentials as she opened a governor's office debate at the University of Central Oklahoma, telling a crowd of about 500 that her values were the same as the mainstream Oklahoman.

Congresswoman Mary Fallin staked a similar claim as the candidates sparred in a debate to be televised later Tuesday. She said Oklahoma needed to keep taxes low and its government small to ensure a prosperous future.

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