Oklahoma City, OK – OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) Republican gubernatorial candidate and U.S. Rep. Mary Fallin says she doesn't support further cuts to the state's income tax rate until Oklahoma's economy has rebounded. Speaking after a GOP forum in Enid last night, Fallin said she sees no need to repeal a scheduled one-quarter percent reduction in the income tax slated to take effect once state revenue grows by more than 4 percent over the previous year.
The Tulsa Police Department is requesting assistance locating Wilburn Jenkins, a missing elderly person who suffers from Alzheimer's disease. Mr. Jenkins is described as a white male, 77 years-old, 5'06" tall, weighing 190 pounds, with a grey moustache, grey hair on the sides of his head and balding on top, He was last seen wearing a blue baseball cap with an embroidered logo (possibly a flag), white shirt, blue jeans, and brown loafers. He has a tattoo on his upper-left arm of the name "Doris."
Tulsa, Ok – The "sale pending" sign is going up in front of the old Tulsa City Hall. The Tulsa Development Authority today decided it will negotiate with Brickhuggers for the sale of the 11-story building. Brickhuggers offered one-million dollars -- as is-- for the building last March
Tulsa Economic Development Director Mike Bunney says an upscale, 200-room, hotel is planned. Brickhuggers is the same firm that renovated the long closed Mayo Hotel.