TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Police in Tulsa say two men have died after being shot by a convenience store clerk during an attempted robbery.
Police say 27-year-old Brian Powell was dead at the scene late Tuesday night at Ryan's Convenience and the second man died later at a Tulsa hospital. The name of the second man and that of the store clerk have not been released.
The Muscogee-Creek Nation says it will spend nearly $22-million on revamping the Riverwalk Crossing at Jenks. The tribe bought the facility in the spring of 2012 out of foreclosure. The Riverwalk is next to the 96th Street Bridge at the Arkansas River.
The plans, announced today in a news conference, include a high-tech virtual golf experience, a sports bar, party rooms and family oriented games. There will also be corporate office space.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry is accepting applications for grants to assist farmers markets.
Eligible markets must be registered with the agency as Oklahoma Grown. Markets registered as Oklahoma Grown for the past three consecutive years are eligible for a maximum of $3,500. Markets registered for less than three years are eligible for a maximum of $2,000.
TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Police in Tulsa say a second man has died after being shot by a convenience store clerk during an attempted robbery.
Police say one man was dead at the scene late Tuesday night at Ryan's Convenience and the second man died later at a Tulsa hospital.
Police told reporters that the clerk told officers that three masked men entered the store armed with handguns and that the clerk responded by opening fire with his handgun, striking two of the men while the third man escaped.
The names of the clerk and the dead men were not immediately released.
From now through February 26th, the nonprofit Living Arts of Tulsa (in the downtown Brady Arts District) will present "Speaking Volumes: Transforming Hate," a striking and wide-ranging exhibition collecting work by sixty different artists that first went on view in Helena, Montana, in 2008.