Tulsa, OK – Autopsy report: Clinkscale also had broken neck
TULSA, Okla. (AP) The full version of the autopsy report on former Tulsa linebacker George Clinkscale III shows that he also suffered a broken vertebra in his neck before he died in a boxing match.
The full report was released Monday, filling out information from a preliminary report that explained that Clinkscale died from complications related to sickle cell trait. The report says the broken bone in Clinkscale's neck didn't contribute to his death.
Tulsa, OK – Mayor Dewey Bartlett said today the City of Tulsa's sales tax revenues for November, collected in December and remitted to the City in January by the Oklahoma Tax Commission, are up 11.34 percent compared to the same month last year.
Oklahoma City, OK – Lawmaker to push further changes to Okla. pensions
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) Oklahoma lawmakers made major changes last year to shore up the unfunded liability of the state's major pension systems but the House member who led much of the reform says there's more work to be done.
Oklahoma City Republican Rep. Randy McDaniel says his plans for further change include a proposed constitutional amendment that he says will provide even more stability to the state's retirement plans.