Tulsa, OK – Ductmate, the largest heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) accessories manufacturer in North America, announced today it has chosen Tulsa for its new distribution warehouse location. Ductmate has leased a 61,520-square-foot facility located on 9.4 acres at 3248 N. Sheridan with a five-year plan to expand its Tulsa operation to include manufacturing. The privately owned company moved into the new site Jan. 3 and began operations this week.
Tulsa, OK – 181 guns will be on the audition block tomorrow in Tulsa County. Sheriff Stanley Glanz is auction off the weapons in as-is condition. This is not the first time the sheriff has auctioned off the unclaimed property.
There is a catch--- ONLY Licensed Federal Firearms dealers will be allowed to take part. The department will not accept credit cards, personal checks or even cash. Dealers will only be able to pay with cashier's checks or money orders.
Tulsa, OK – The Tulsa City Council passes a resolution last night urging the back pay increases to be re-instated to police officers. City Councilor Bill Christiansen says the money is there,because of department attrition.
TULSA, Okla. (AP) Police say a man who robbed a south Tulsa bank apologized before fleeing with the loot.
Officers say the man entered the Arvest Bank on south Utica Avenue about 4:40 p.m. Thursday, pulled out a small gun and demanded money from a teller. They say the many was threatening then became apologetic.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Oklahoma school Superintendent Janet Barresi's first meeting with the state board of education turned testy with one board member calling her a "dictator" and the board refusing to approve the hiring of 3 employees she requested.
The board met Thursday and refused Barresi's request to hire Jennifer Carter as her chief of staff, Damon Gardenhire as communications director and Jill Geiger as director of finance.
Tulsa, OK – Shots fired during Oklahoma bank robbery
TULSA, Okla. (AP) Police say no one was injured when shots were fired during a bank robbery in Tulsa.
Capt. Rick Helberg described the scene as pretty chaotic inside the Bank of America near 71st Street and U.S. 169 yesterday afternoon.
Officers say a white male armed with a semi-automatic pistol walked into the bank about 2:30 p.m., fired a shot into the ceiling and demanded money from the teller. Officers say the robber lost some of the cash before running out the door.