Local & Regional
7:55 am
Tue June 28, 2011

Heat Record

Tulsa, OK – OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) Yesterday's hot weather set a new record in Tulsa. The National Weather Service says the high was 106 degrees in Tulsa, breaking the old record of 102 degrees that was set on June 27, 1980. The 103-degree high in Oklahoma City tied that city's record.

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Local & Regional
7:51 am
Tue June 28, 2011

Woman charged in falling death

Tulsa, OK – After yesterday's record heat, there's a little relief as a cool front drops temperatures today. Still, we're in the grip of an early summer that seems more like late July or August.
High temperatures should be at least 10 degrees cooler today than yesterday. It is an ozone alert day which means air quality will not be good and you should put off running unnecessary errands and things like mowing the lawn during the heat of the day.

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Local & Regional
7:49 am
Tue June 28, 2011

Brief Relief from the Heat

Tulsa, OK – After yesterday's record heat, there's a little relief as a cool front drops temperatures today. Still, we're in the grip of an early summer that seems more like late July or August.
High temperatures should be at least 10 degrees cooler today than yesterday. It is an ozone alert day which means air quality will not be good and you should put off running unnecessary errands and things like mowing the lawn during the heat of the day.

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Local & Regional
9:53 am
Mon June 27, 2011

Meth ingredients

Tulsa, OK – TULSA, Okla. (AP) Drug stores in the Tulsa area sell more pseudoephedrine (SOO'-doh-uh-feh'-drihn) than anywhere else in Oklahoma. More than 1,000 pounds of the cold medicine was sold in Tulsa proper last year. That makes the city the largest source in the state for the key ingredient in methamphetamine. There is a move underway to try and make products with pseudeephedrine available by prescription only.

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Local & Regional
9:47 am
Mon June 27, 2011

Excessive Heat Warning

Tulsa, OK – (EXCESSIVE HEAT)
There's an excessive heat warning in effect for the Tulsa area today. Gusty winds will help a little, but a heat index of 110 is possible this afternoon. A little relief is expected tomorrow. There's a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms tonight and tomorrow. The expected high Tuesday is about 92 degrees about 10 degrees cooler than today's expected high.

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Local & Regional
7:31 am
Mon June 27, 2011

Escaped Murder Suspect Recaptured

Purcell, OK – Suspect in Okla. triple murder recaptured after escape

A triple-murder suspect who escaped from the McClain County Jail has been captured and returned there.

Deputy jailer Jerry White says Shaun Michael Bosse was captured by U.S. marshals in a pond in Blanchard. He says he was booked back into the jail around 9 p.m. CDT.

Authorities say he escaped Sunday after overpowering a guard and fled in a Pontiac Grand Am, which was later found in Blanchard near his grandmother's house.

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Local & Regional
7:25 am
Mon June 27, 2011

New Cherokee Chief

Tahlequah, OK – Bill John Baker has been elected the new principal chief of the Cherokee Nation, but his 11-vote margin of victory may spur a recount.

Baker was declared the winner Sunday morning, with about 15,000 votes cast. Tribal officials spent the night in private, considering whether to accept or reject provisional ballots, until they finally declared a winner.

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Local & Regional
1:43 pm
Sun June 26, 2011

New Chief for Cherokees

Tahlequah, OK – Cherokee Nation elects new chief in close race
MURRAY EVANS,Associated Press


OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) After an all-night wait as the final votes were counted, the Cherokee Nation has elected a new principal chief.

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Local & Regional
1:39 pm
Sun June 26, 2011

Muskogee Flood Buy Out

Muskogee, oK – Homeowners, city at odds over flood buyout program

(Information in the following story is from: Muskogee Phoenix, http://www.muskogeephoenix.com)

MUSKOGEE, Okla. (AP) Owners of homes in a Muskogee subdivision want the city to give them fair market compensation for their homes as part of a flood-buyout program.

But the city says it doesn't have the money to match federal grants to pay for the program or the resources to apply for the grants.

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