Drumright, OK – Trial set for Okla. man in copper theft death
(Information in the following story is from: Sapulpa Daily Herald , http://www.sapulpadailyherald.com/)
DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (AP) A judge has ordered a trial for a 19-year-old man charged with second-degree murder in the electrocution of an 18-year-old with whom he was allegedly stealing copper in Drumright.
Trial is set for Sept. 28 in Creek County for Jacob Matherly of Drumright. He has pleaded not guilty.
Mangun, OK – Doctor testifies Parker seemed afraid of Dial
MANGUM, Okla. (AP) A psychiatrist says a former Oklahoma prison warden's wife accused of aiding the escape of a convicted killer 17 years ago appeared to be afraid of the man she allegedly helped go free.
Edmond psychiatrist Dr. Robert B. Nisbet testified Monday for the defense. He says an interview transcript shows Bobbi Parker was fearful of Randolph Dial.
Oklahoma City, OK – Okla. DHS panel pays scant attention to lawsuit
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OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) Members of the commission that oversees the Oklahoma Department of Human Services say they have paid little attention to a lawsuit that accuses the agency of standing by while children are being hurt.
Tulsa, OK – The source of the smoky haze throughout Tulsa this morning has now been determined. The Tulsa Fire Department confirmed this morning that the source was Camp Gruber in Braggs, where they were burning off grass. The resulting consequence was haze, smoke, and a burning odor throughout Tulsa and the surrounding areas.
Tulsa, OK – Some quick action at the Union 6th and 7th Grade Center! Union School Superintendent Kathy Burden says emergency crews were called when a girl started having problems in the pool during first hour this morning.
school personnel pulled the girl from the water and she was awake when EMSA arrived. The girl was taken to the hospital for observation. Doctor Burden visited the girl in the hospital.