Washington, D.C. – FAA getting lesson on pitfalls of crossing senator JOAN LOWY,Associated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) Federal aviation officials are getting a lesson on the pitfalls of crossing a senior senator.
The Federal Aviation Administration ordered Oklahoma Republican James Inhofe to take remedial piloting lessons after he landed his plane on a closed runway at a rural South Texas airport last October, sending workers on the ground scrambling.
Tulsa, OK – Kin says ex-crime boss should not have Okla. trial
(Information in the following story is from: The Boston Globe, http://www.boston.com/globe)
BOSTON (AP) The family of a Tulsa businessman allegedly killed on orders from former Boston crime boss James "Whitey" Bulger reportedly believes he shouldn't be tried in Oklahoma because authorities there botched a related case.
Tahlequah, OK – Hearing on Okla. tribe's disputed election resumes
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. (AP) A hearing to determine whether a recount in the contentious Cherokee Nation principal chief election should stand will resume in Tahlequah Saturday.
Members of the tribal election commission and others testified before the Cherokee Nation Supreme Court Friday that the voter database wasn't regularly updated and expressed concern that there were errors with absentee votes cast in the June 25 election.