Oklahoma City, OK – Oklahoma lawmakers keep punishing as prisons fill
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) With spending on state prisons approaching nearly a half-billion dollars each year, Oklahoma lawmakers are seeking ways to keep more nonviolent criminals out of the state's overcrowded prisons.
But while Republican leaders are seeking these sentencing changes on one hand, they also are continuing to endorse harsher penalties for drug crimes and other nonviolent offenses.
Tulsa, OK – Mayor Bartlett has issued a request for proposal for Arkansas Riverfront sites that will enhance economic development along the west bank of the river. The request includes approximately 88 acres assembled in four parcel sites located near 23rd St. and S. Jackson Ave.
Tulsa, OK – Tonight I present a budget for Fiscal year 2012 that will transform government services and, with your approval, respond to the direction that our citizens have told us they want us to go - the continuing of our emphasis on economic development and our collective quality of life.
Tulsa, OK – The Emergency Medical Service Authority now rolls a pink ambulance. It is to honor those who have been impacted by cancer. Judy Grove is the founder of Breast Impressions. She is supporting the pink patrol.
She says Tulsa is the nation's first community that has pink fire-trucks, police cars and now an ambulance.