Oklahoma City, OK – Golf course security guard arrested for peeping
NICHOLS HILLS, Okla. (AP) A security guard at Oklahoma City Golf & Country Club has been arrested on a peeping tom complaint after police say they were told he was caught looking into a women's bathroom and dressing area at the club.
A Nichols Hills police report says 26-year-old Brian Keith Beattie was arrested at the club in the Oklahoma City suburb about 11 p.m. Saturday. Beattie told officers he was looking for a valet worker.
Oklahoma City, OK – Certification of Okla Islamic law refendum blocked
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) A federal judge has granted a request to keep the state of Oklahoma from certifying election results for a constitutional amendment that would bar state courts from considering international or Islamic law when deciding cases.
Tulsa, OK – 125-new jobs will be coming to Tulsa over the next two-to-three years. That announcement was made this morning at the Borets-Weatherford facility.
The international company is relocating to Tulsa from Houston and has been accepted into the Oklahoma Quality Jobs Program. The company manufactures electric submersible pumps for the oil and gas industry.
The company is located in the old Ramsey-Winch facility at Pine and North Garnett.
Tulsa, OK – Man shot to death in north Tulsa; no arrests made
TULSA, Okla. (AP) Police say a 41-year-old man has been shot to death at a north Tulsa apartment complex.
Police say that shortly after 6 p.m. Sunday, Kenneth Maywald knocked on the door of a resident of the complex, saying he'd been shot. When authorities arrived, they found Maywald had been shot in the arm and lower abdomen. He died later at a Tulsa hospital.
Tulsa, OK – TULSA, Okla. (AP) Tulsa Public Schools officials say an energy efficiency initiative has saved the district more than $1.4 million this year a 17 percent saving over anticipated costs for electricity, gas, sewer and water services. Bob LaBass, the district's executive director of bond projects and energy management, says the saved funds go back into the general fund. He says he expects the district to save even more in 2011.