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9:44 am
Thu February 18, 2010

Thursday's Top Stories

Tulsa, OK – Hear a recap of Thursday morning's Top Local Stories

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Local & Regional
6:39 pm
Wed February 17, 2010

Roof Top Signs

Bruce Ewing wants a sign like this for his downtown business.
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Tulsa, OK – The Tulsa Planning Commission considers allowing roof-top signs in the Blue Dome District. Blake Ewing owns "Joe Mama's" Pizza near 1st and Elgin. He wants one of the signs, similar to the Meadow Gold sign near 11th and Peoria which is permited under a grandfather clause.

Michael Sager owns the 1st Street Lofts. He reminded the commission that there is more to signage than letters. He calls it an art form.

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Local & Regional
4:16 pm
Wed February 17, 2010

School Bond Issue Explained

Tulsa Superintendent Dr. Keith Ballard talks with reporters at the Tulsa Press Club.
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Tulsa, OK – Voters in the Tulsa School District will be asked to decide the fate of a 354-million dollar bond issue on March 2nd. Tulsa School Board President Doctor Keith Ballard says the majority of the funding will be used for facility upkeep. 97% of Tulsa school facilities are 30-year-old or older.


As the new bonds would replace retiring bonds, there would be no tax increase.

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Local & Regional
3:12 pm
Wed February 17, 2010

Revenue Up at Dollar Thrifty

Dollar-Thrifty headquarters on 31st Street in Tulsa.
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Local & Regional
11:41 am
Wed February 17, 2010

Stimulus at Work

Bridge decking is being replaced on I-244 in Tulsa as part of the stimulus package.
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Tulsa, OK – State transportation officials grateful for improvements under stimulus

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Local & Regional
9:43 am
Wed February 17, 2010

Healthy Counties

Local & Regional
9:39 am
Wed February 17, 2010

House Starts for January

Local & Regional
9:21 am
Wed February 17, 2010

M.E. Lawsuit

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Oklahoma City, OK – OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) Oklahoma's former chief medical examiner is suing the state to get his job back.

Dr. Collie Trant filed a lawsuit in Oklahoma County District Court Tuesday that asks a judge to reinstate him.

Trant was fired on Feb. 5 after less than nine months on the job. The state Board of Medicolegal Investigations, which administers the agency, met in executive session for about an hour before voting 5-0 to terminate Trant's employment.

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Local & Regional
9:13 am
Wed February 17, 2010

Wednesday's Top Stories

Tulsa, OK – Hear a quick recap of Wednesday morning's Top Local Stories

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