Tulsa, OK – Lenders search for missing Arrow Trucking vehicles
TULSA, Okla. (AP) In the wake of Arrow Trucking Co.'s demise, its lenders are scouring the country looking for missing Arrow-operated equipment.
On Dec. 22, one day after a Utah-based bank froze Arrow's company fuel credit cards, the Tulsa-based trucking firm shut down, stranding drivers and their freight across the country. It since has filed for bankruptcy liquidation.
Oklahoma City, OK – OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) State tax collections were down again last month.
Treasurer Scott Meacham said Tuesday collections by the general revenue fund in December totaled $402.3 million. That is $165.1 million, or 29.1 percent, below the prior year's collections and $178.6 million, or 30.7 percent, below the official estimate.
Tulsa, OK – A man is shot at Renda Broadcasting in Tulsa. Renda owns and operates KBEZ and K-Hits.
Sources say an armed man entered the lobby of the radio stations, located on the northwest corner of 71st and South Yale. He asked to see a female morning air-personality. When authorities arrived, the man was in a hallway. He was ordered to drop his rifle. When he did not, he was shot.
EMSA says the gunman was 58-years-old. He was taken to St-Francis Hospital in serious condition.
Vian, OK – VIAN, Okla. (AP) A paramedic who scuffled with an Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper during a traffic stop last year has been arrested in Vian. Assistant Police Chief Bryan Chandler says Maurice White Jr. was arrested Monday for speeding, not having a driver's license and resisting arrest, among other things. White didn't return a call seeking comment.