Tulsa, OK – A fire that raged in the Tulsa Club Building downtown early today was brought under control in little more than an hour. The building is on the corner of 5th and Cincinnati.
The blaze was reported around 2:30 this morning and fire officials declared in a three alarm fire at 2:50. Flames were visible from the windows of the ballroom on the top floor of the long vacant building. There have been several smaller fires at the building in the past.
Tulsa, OK – Mayor Bartlett pledges to be inclusive, but affirms the final decisions are his. He was speaking about prioritizing items in the city's new efficiency study. The comments came during the recording of an upcoming broadcast special on the study.
The mayor was also asked about streamlining the city's permit process. He says Tulsa needs to cut the red tape for business and roll-out the red carpet. After post production, the program will be scheduled on T-GOV, Cox Cable and here on KWGS.
NORMAN, Okla. (AP) Two people were taken to a Norman hospital with apparent minor injuries after an earthquake rattled central Oklahoma and was felt in southern Kansas.
Emergency Medical Services Authority spokeswoman Lara O'Leary said one man fell off a ladder during the Wednesday morning quake and is in good condition. She said she did not have details on the second person's injuries but that the person is in good condition.