Tulsa, OK – Man now charged with murder in businessman's death
TULSA, Okla. (AP) A 57-year-old man now faces a first-degree murder charge in the September 2008 shooting death of Tulsa businessman Neal Sweeney.
Mohammed Aziz was arrested Wednesday after being charged with conspiracy to commit murder in what authorities have called a murder for hire. Tulsa County prosecutors on Friday added charges of murder and soliciting murder, saying Aziz recruited 24-year-old Terrico Bethel to kill Sweeney.
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Who knew there was so much music for morning? We start in the darkest moment of night as the sky starts to grow lighter - from jet black to inky blue/black - through dark indigo blue and right through to sunrise. This is a great theme with great music!
Daybreak for Marimba Ensemble: Jack Stamp Keystone Wind Ensemble, Jack Stamp
Lauds Praise High Day, Ron Nelson Dallas Wind Symphony, Jerry Junkin
Morning Music: Richard Rodney Bennett Philharmonia a Vent, John Boyd
Sperry, OK – SPERRY The Sperry school board has rejected a request to allow a Vietnamese exchange student to receive a high school diploma from the school. The board voted 2-1 Thursday against a state graduation-requirements exception for 18-year-old Oanh Kim Pham.
Oklahoma City, OK – Okla. House budget panel OKs axing 2 tax credits
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) A House budget panel has approved the elimination of two investment tax credits that would save the state an estimated $23 million.
The approval of the bill Thursday by the House General Conference Committee on Appropriations paves the way for the moratorium on the income tax credits to be heard by the full House and Senate and sent to the governor.