Local & Regional
10:33 am
Sun October 10, 2010

TU Disappointment

Dallas, TX – Padron, SMU take out Tulsa 21-18


DALLAS (AP) Kyle Padron threw for 381 yards and three touchdowns to lead SMU to a 21-18 win over Tulsa on Saturday night.

It was the fourth time in Padron's career he threw more than 300 yards and marked the best start for the Mustangs (4-2, 3-0 USA) since 1986 when they started 5-1.

The Golden Hurricane (3-3, 1-2) got on the board first with a short scoring run by quarterback G.J. Kinne early in the first quarter.

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Local & Regional
10:21 am
Sun October 10, 2010

Spliting the Pie

Muskogee, OK – Okla. agencies to get proceeds from drug case

MUSKOGEE, Okla. (AP) The U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Oklahoma is releasing nearly $670,000 in proceeds forfeited in a drug conspiracy case.

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Local & Regional
10:14 am
Sat October 9, 2010

Motel Murder

Tulsa, OK – 2 killed, woman hurt in Tulsa hotel shooting

TULSA, Okla. (AP) Tulsa police have identified two people who were killed during a triple shooting inside a hotel room in east-central Tulsa.

Officer Jason Willingham says 23-year-old Joey Deon Mike and 19-year-old Jermiko Thomas were found shot to death Thursday night. Willingham says a woman who also was shot is "clinging to life" at a Tulsa hospital.

Officers were called to the Days Inn hotel about 10:30 p.m. Thursday and found the three victims.

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Local & Regional
10:12 am
Sat October 9, 2010

Judge Clears Path for Execution

Oklahoma City, OK –

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) A federal judge has denied an Oklahoma death row inmate's request to block his execution scheduled for next week.

U.S. District Judge Stephen Friot's decision means the execution of Donald Ray Wackerly will proceed on Thursday.

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Local & Regional
10:09 am
Sat October 9, 2010

State Question 744-UPDATE

Oklahoma City, OK – OU, OSU demand pro-744 group stop using logos

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) The state's two largest universities are demanding that a group promoting a ballot measure to increase education spending stop using their logos in an advertisement.

The University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma State University sent Yes on 744 a letter on Friday asking the group to cease and desist from broadcasting "the misleading YES ON 744 advertisement in any form."

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Local & Regional
3:15 pm
Fri October 8, 2010

Insurance Sales and Burglaries

Enid, Oklahoma – Oklahoma authorities say a trend has developed of home burglaries following a visit by a door-to-door salesman. Nearly a dozen communities have been hit.

Garfield County sheriff's deputies told Oklahoma City television station KFOR that the salesman uses a high-pressure approach. In the process, the salesman finds out when family members are home.

Enid resident Brandy Bentz says the salesman asks questions such as, "Do you know when your spouse is going to be home?"

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Local & Regional
3:13 pm
Fri October 8, 2010

Tulsa Firm Cited in Mine Collapse

Louisville, Kentucky – Federal mine regulators have cited the owner of a western Kentucky mine after concluding that an unsupported roof caused a "massive section" to collapse and kill two miners.

The Mine Safety Health Administration issued its report Friday on the accident at the Dotiki mine on the Wester-Hopkins County line. The report says the collapse couldn't be foreseen, but Tulsa, Okla.-based Allied Resource Partners should have taken more steps to support the roof.

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Local & Regional
1:50 pm
Fri October 8, 2010

Man Halts Trial , Pleads Guilty to Molestation

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Local & Regional
1:26 pm
Fri October 8, 2010

Union Schools To Join Other Districts Ignoring State Law

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