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10:25 am
Fri July 1, 2011

Blue-Green Algae

Tulsa, OK – More problems with blue green algae. An outbreak of the algae could possibly shut down Grand Lake for the holiday weekend. Grand River Dam Association members say they consider the outbreak a very serious situation. The GRDA board, along with the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality, has called an emergency meeting for today at 1:30 this afternoon in Tulsa.
The GRDA could shut down the entire lake, just close portions of it, or delay the shut down until after the Fourth of July.

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Local & Regional
9:01 am
Fri July 1, 2011

Latest Economic Report

Omaha, NEB – OMAHA, Neb. (AP) A monthly survey says higher energy prices and supply problems are slowing economic growth in the Midwest and Plains. Economists blame the slowdown in part on flooding throughout the region and the lingering effects of the Japanese tsunami.

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Local & Regional
8:58 am
Fri July 1, 2011

Wildfire victims to get help

Medicine Park, OK – MEDICINE PARK, Okla. (AP) The U.S. Army says it's reimbursing victims of a massive wildfire in southwestern Oklahoma that began at Fort Sill. The blaze scorched about 5,500 acres and destroyed 13 homes in the tiny resort town of Medicine Park.

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8:56 am
Fri July 1, 2011

Warden's Wife Trial Testimony to begin

Mangum, OK – MANGUM, Okla. (AP) Opening arguments are set to begin next week in the trial of a former prison warden's wife who's accused of helping an inmate escape after prosecutors say she fell in love with him. It took lawyers six weeks to select a jury to hear the case of Bobbi Parker, who says she was kidnapped.

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Local & Regional
8:51 am
Fri July 1, 2011

New Cherokee Chief

StudioTulsa
5:19 pm
Thu June 30, 2011

TCCL to Offer a New "Green My Library" Lecture Series

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Local & Regional
8:58 am
Thu June 30, 2011

Parker Trial testimony about to begin

Mangum, OK – MANGUM, Okla. (AP) Opening statements have been tentatively scheduled for Tuesday in the trial of a former prison warden's wife who allegedly fell in love with an inmate and aided in his escape.

Defense lawyer Garvin Isaacs said Wednesday that opening statements were set as attorneys in Bobbi Parker's case moved closer to seating a 12-member jury. Twenty-two prospective jurors have been selected, and lawyers will use challenges to choose the final 12-member panel.

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8:55 am
Thu June 30, 2011

Bulger's Apartment Hot Property

Los Angeles, CA – LOS ANGELES (AP) The simple Southern California apartment where James "Whitey" Bulger, suspected in 19 murders, including the killing of Tulsa businessman Roger Wheeler, hid from the FBI for more than a decade could soon be one of the hotter properties in Santa Monica's rental market.

The door to unit 303 remains sealed with police tape as FBI agents continue to pick the place apart, but a line of prospective tenants is already jostling to get a look inside.

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Local & Regional
8:51 am
Thu June 30, 2011

Excessive Heat Warning

Tulsa, OK –
There's an excessive heat warning in effect for the Tulsa area through tomorrow. People are urged to take precautions when out and about in the heat. Tips from the national weather service include take frequent rest breaks in shaded areas, drink plenty of water, and wear light, loose fitting clothing. You are also urged to take care of pets, especially those that are used to being inside most of the time.

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Local & Regional
8:45 am
Thu June 30, 2011

Cherokee Chief Recount

Tahlequah, OK – TAHLEQUAH, Okla. (AP) A recount today could determine the winner of a disputed election for principal chief of the Cherokee Nation. More than 15,000 people cast ballots in Saturday's election. Three-term incumbent Chad Smith was declared the winner by a seven-vote margin.

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