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Tulsa football, 2017 AAC champs? If this offense is truly plug-and-play, maybe so

If the Golden Hurricane have a QB, look out. “College football is so better when [Historically Great Team] is great.” We hear statements like that quite a bit. We all have our own definition of what makes this silly sport so enjoyable,...Show More Summary

OK: Tulsa Holds Meetings for New BRT System

One out of every seven Tulsans lives within a ten-minute walk of Peoria Avenue, and 20 percent of Tulsans work in that same area. It's one of the main arteries of the city, and one that's getting a major transit upgrade in the next few years.

You Can Now Let Loose at a Unicorn Club When Adulting Is Just Too Hard

If Lisa Frank threw a 21st birthday party, this is where it would take place. At the mystical Unicorn Club in Tulsa, OK, clubgoers can dance among unicorn busts and drink glitter-infused whiskey. When planning her daughter's seventhShow More Summary

With $27 Million Contract Award, OTA Advances Turner Turnpike Project

Tulsa World reports, “The Oklahoma Turnpike Authority awarded a $27.1 million contract on Tuesday [April 25] to Sherwood Construction to kick off the widening of the Turner Turnpike to six lanes between the Bristow area and Tulsa. The project involves about three miles of work.... Show More Summary

A Few Way-Less-Catchy Discarded Titles for S.E. Hinton's The Outsiders

Monday marked the fiftieth anniversary of the publication of S.E. Hinton’s cult classic, The Outsiders. Hinton wrote the novel while still attending high school in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and when she signed the publisher’s contract in MayShow More Summary

Editorial Roundup: Recent editorials in Oklahoma newspapers

Here are excerpts from recent editorials in Oklahoma newspapers: Tulsa World. April 22, 2017. Keeping the public schools functioning these days is a difficult job. Schools have had their budgets … Click to Continue »

Tulsa attorney Gary Richardson to run for governor in 2018

Gary Richardson, a trial lawyer from Tulsa who spent more than $2 million of his own money in a failed bid as an independent for Oklahoma governor in 2002, said … Click to Continue »

Former Oklahoma district attorney announces for Congress

A former Oklahoma district attorney says he plans to seek the Republican nomination for the 1st Congressional District seat in Tulsa in 2018. Tim Harris, who was Tulsa County's district … Click to Continue »

Oklahoma governor's emails show she had staff check on case

The personal emails of Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin show she had staff look into the manslaughter case of a former Tulsa reserve deputy who was sentenced to four years in … Click to Continue »

Ex-Oklahoma GOP party chief to run for lieutenant governor

Former Oklahoma Republican Party Chairman Matt Pinnell of Tulsa says he is running for lieutenant governor. Pinnell said in a statement Friday that he's filed a statement of organization with … Click to Continue »

US Republican leader holds constituent meetings in Oklahoma

A Republican leader held casual constituent meetings he describes as "community conversations" in Oklahoma to address questions and concerns about the Trump administration. The Tulsa World ( ) reports U.S. … Click to Continue »

Jurors expected to hear audio from Oklahoma police shooting

A judge will allow audio evidence during a manslaughter trial for an Oklahoma police officer accused of fatally shooting an unarmed black man. Tulsa Police Officer Betty Shelby is charged … Click to Continue »

Editorial Roundup: Recent editorials in Oklahoma newspapers

Here are excerpts from recent editorials in Oklahoma newspapers: Tulsa World. April 10, 2017. Anticipating the loss of $12 million in state funding next year, Tulsa Public Schools Superintendent Deborah … Click to Continue »

OK Transportation Commission Approves Route for OTA’s Gilcrease Expressway Project

Tulsa World reports, “The Oklahoma Transportation Commission on [April 10] approved the route for a toll road to complete the Gilcrease Expressway. Last month, the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority adopted a resolution to further work on the project, which has been on the books for decades. Show More Summary

OKLAHOMA: Teenage Pages Warned “Cross-Dressers Are In The Building” During Capitol Visit By LGBT Youth

2 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

Tulsa World reports: An email telling teenage pages that “there are cross-dressers in the building” caused a noon-time furor in the Capitol on Monday. The email, by a House staffer who oversees the page program, was apparently prompted...Show More Summary

Judge reprimands officer accused in killing over TV comments

TULSA, Okla. (AP) — A judge has reprimanded a white Oklahoma police officer accused in the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man for discussing the case on national TV.

Ex-Volunteer Cop Shoots Man at Gun Show

3 weeks agoNews : The Daily Beast

Shocking video shows a security guard and former volunteer deputy in Tulsa pointing a loaded gun into a crowd and pulling the trigger.

And the Jefferson Jimplecute, Too

Last fall, I was in Tulsa, and walked by the headquarters of the Tulsa World. This struck me as a wonderful name for a newspaper: outward-looking, bold. Very American. I made a note of this in a “Tulsa Journal” I wrote. In a relatedShow More Summary

'60 Minutes,' Justice, Social Justice, and the Tragic Shooting of Terence Crutcher

I would urge everyone to watch this weekend’s ”60 Minutes” report analyzing the shooting of Terence Crutcher, an unarmed black man killed by Tulsa police officer Betty Shelby in an incident late last summer. Shelby is about to go onShow More Summary

Setting Up a Home in a Once Abandoned Building — House Call

Name: Julie Location: Tulsa, Oklahoma In 2012, we bought a basically abandoned three story brick building through our family real estate company. Over the next three years, we (along with a team of professionals) renovated the building while doing everything we could to preserve its character. Show More Summary

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