Tulsa, OK – Oneok plans to invest more than $300M in projects
TULSA, Okla. (AP) Oneok Partners LP says it plans to invest between $300 million and $355 million by the end of 2012 in projects in the Bakken Shale in North Dakota.
The Tulsa-based company says the investments will include spending between $180 million and $205 million to build a natural gas processing facility in western Williams County in North Dakota and related natural gas liquids infrastructure.
Public Radio Tulsa – For nearly two decades, KAKC AM 970, was Tulsa's top-rated radio station. From the mid 50s to the mid 70s, KAKC ruled the teen and young adult audience, dominating the local radio scene like no other station has before or since. Click here to hear the retrospective, listen to recreations of those glorious years, and learn more.
Public Radio Tulsa – On Thursday, Oct 21 at 7:00 pm you can attend A Prairie Home Companion in a very special HD broadcast on the big screen at a movie theater near you. Since the last Cinecast was such a huge success, we thought we would do it again! The show will once again be beamed live from the stage of the Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Tulsa, OK – The City Council's probe into the Mayor's office may not be finished after all.
On tomorrow's city council agenda is a resolution waiving a conflict of interest in the city attorney's office. That would allow her to appoint a special prosecutor to review the case against Mayor Bartlett and his chief of staff Terry Simonson. They have been accused of misleading the council over the use of a federal grant to re-hire police officers.
Tulsa, OK – A two-year-old Tulsa girl is hospitalized after being attacked by a Pit Bull dog Sunday afternoon. Police and EMSA officials say the attack happened at an apartment complex near 17th and South Memorial.
The child was rushed to the hospital and is listed in serious condition at St-Francis. The fate of the dog is unknown.
Oklahoma City, OK – Oklahoma oil and gas industry struggled in 2009
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) A state report suggests that Oklahoma's oil and gas industry struggled in 2009.
According to the Oklahoma Corporation Commission's annual report on oil and gas activity, production numbers were about the same as other years but intent-to-drill applications tumbled from 6,220 in 2008 to 2,500 last year. Observers say such applications are a good way to gauge the state of the industry.