OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Legislative leaders in Oklahoma are seeking to ease public concern over a plan by a group of Satanists to erect a monument at the state Capitol.
Both House Speaker T.W. Shannon and Senate President Pro Tem Brian Bingman suggested Monday that such a plan was far from a reality. Members of the committee that would need to approve the monument sounded skeptical.
(Please note: This show first aired earlier this year.) On this edition of ST, we chat by phone with Nate Anderson about his new book, "The Internet Police: How Crime Went Online, and the Cops Followed." It's a work that carefully documents how the early, little-to-no-regulation days of the Web gave new opportunities and new avenues to con artists, cheats, liars, spies, snoops, spammers, pornographers, thieves, and other crooks --- and how this new manner of criminal activity basically invented a new kind of police work.
Shelters in the Tulsa area are full. There are several families with small children occupying the Tulsa County Emergency Shelter…and Social Services Director Linda Johnston says they work with other organizations to make sure everyone who needs a place to stay out of the cold has one.
Johnston says they’re accepting donations for the families….especially household goods…everything from clothing and blankets to alarm clocks.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma Secretary of Energy & Environment Michael Teague and representatives from the governor's office will discuss ways to add compressed natural gas fueling stations in Oklahoma at two town hall meetings scheduled this week.
The state officials are to join with state and local Chamber of Commerce officials for meeting scheduled for Monday in Blackwell and Tuesday in Krebs.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The Oklahoma Corporation Commission says about 5,100 homes and businesses remained without power Sunday across the state following winter storms that brought snow, sleet and ice across Oklahoma.
The commission said Sunday that most of the outages were in southeast Oklahoma with Choctaw Electric Cooperative reporting about 4,000 without electricity in the Hugo area.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Forecasters say light snow is possible in northern Oklahoma as another round of wintry weather makes its way through the state.
The National Weather Service says 1 to 2 inches of snow are possible Monday in northern Oklahoma, including the Bartlesville, Enid and Ponca City areas. Less than a half-inch of snow is possible further south into the Oklahoma City area.
Many schools remain closed Monday after wintry weather hit the state last week, and cold temperatures are expected to persist throughout the week.
David Seymour with American Airlines Group, Inc., (center) speaks to local officials and company employees Monday morning at the Tulsa maintenance base. Mayor Dewey Bartlett (left) and Tulsa Regional Chamber President Mike Neal (right) also spoke.
American Airlines emerges from bankruptcy protection and US Airways culminates its long pursuit of a merger partner when the two completed their deal today and created the world's biggest airline.
The merger survived a challenge from the government and criticism from consumer groups, who fear it will lead to higher prices. It's the latest in a series of mergers that will leave four airlines controlling more than 80 percent of the U.S. air-travel market and with more power than ever to limit seats and boost profits.
Numerous school districts will be closed Monday across northeast Oklahoma. Among those shut down will be Tulsa, Jenks, Union, Broken Arrow, Owasso, Bixby, Sand Springs, Sperry and Skiatook.
It is not so much the main roads, as it is the neighborhood streets. Many of those streets remain extremely slick and districts don't want to take a chance with buses on those roads. Also the bitter cold is also a factor.