Tulsa, OK – Last minute Christmas shoppers crowd into Tulsa stores looking for last minute gifts and bargains. With Christmas just hours away, there are still presents to be bought, wrapped and delivered. This picture was snapped at Tulsa's Woodland Hills Mall by a KWGS Listener.
Tulsa, oK – TULSA, Okla. (AP) Tulsa County prosecutors are appealing a judge's decision not to order a trial for a woman accused of killing her infant son by tying a blanket around his head to keep a pacifier in his mouth.
Janette Mickelboro was charged with first-degree murder in the Aug. 20 death of 3-month-old Hunter Warner. Special Judge Allen Klein determined that the state didn't present enough evidence to bind Mickelboro over for trial on a first-degree murder count. A hearing is set for Jan. 11.
Tulsa, OK – The Women in Recovery program, managed by Family & Children's Services, is accepting donations for the 10 women affected by a Tuesday afternoon fire that destroyed their group home. The women are in need of basic living items, including clothes and toiletries, as well as larger items like furniture.
Tulsa, OK – gold coin again given to Tulsa Salvation Army
TULSA, Okla. (AP) For the 14th time in the past 15 years an anonymous donor has dropped a pure-gold South African Krugerrand into a Salvation Army kettle in Tulsa.
The coin is valued at $680 and was found Tuesday in a kettle outside a Reasor's grocery store. Tulsa Area Commander Maj. Roy Williams told the Tulsa World the coin was wrapped in a "Merry Christmas" note.
Tulsa, OK – The Tulsa Drillers announced today that minority owner Went Hubbard has repurchased 100% interest in the Texas League franchise. Hubbard has purchased majority owner Chuck Lamson's shares of the team.
The transaction has been approved by the Texas League, Minor League Baseball and Major League Baseball.
Hubbard's sons, Dale and Jeff Hubbard will replace Lamson and serve as co-Chairmen of the club. Jeff has previously played and coached for the Drillers.
Oklahoma City, OK – OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) A former Oklahoma state senator and a current House member have been charged with bribery in an alleged deal to exchange a newly created state job for a promise not to seek re-election.
Oklahoma County District Attorney David Prater filed felony bribery charges Wednesday against former state Sen. Debbe Leftwich and state Rep. Randy Terrill. If convicted, they could face up to two years in prison.
Claremore, OK – Claremore's Baker Hughes operation is about to expand. The company announced today through the state's quality jobs program that the firm would add well over 600 new jobs over the next decade.
Mike Neal with the Tulsa Metro Chamber of Commerce says the company will also have jobs at facilities in Tulsa, Sand Springs and Broken Arrow.