Tulsa, OK – TULSA, Okla. (AP) Oklahoma wants a judge to scold 11 Arkansas poultry companies for violating court rules and making other distortions last week during opening arguments in a federal pollution trial.
The complaint filed Monday in Tulsa federal court accuses the industry of suggesting that Oklahoma Attorney General Drew Edmondson was suing the companies to benefit his own interests, instead of the state's.
Tulsa, OK – TULSA, Okla. (AP) Arena football isn't dead yet.
Officials from what will be known as Arena Football 1 say they will have 16 teams, including four in markets where the former Arena Football League had clubs: Chicago, Phoenix, Salt Lake City and Orlando, Fla.
The league will also have teams from the AFL spinoff, arenafootball2, as well as at least one team from another indoor league.
Tulsa, OK – Thirty-four eighth grade students from Tulsa Public Schools are now taking classes at Tulsa Community College's Northeast Campus thanks to a new alternative learning program called Middle College High School. TCC and TPS announce the launch of Middle College High School, the first program of its kind in northeastern Oklahoma, at a news conference Monday.
Tulsa, OK – Attorneys want judge to unseal evidence
TULSA, Okla. (AP) The widow of a Cintas Corp. worker who fell into an industrial dryer and died in 2007 wants a federal judge to unseal for public viewing "more than 90 percent" of the evidence in her lawsuit against the nation's largest uniform supplier.
Okmulgee, OK – OKMULGEE, Okla. (AP) Eight officials in Okmulgee County are charged with 38 misdemeanor counts of violating the state's Open Meetings Act.
Those charged include Sheriff Eddie Rice, Okmulgee city Police Chief Joe Prentice, County Commissioner James Connors and Criminal Trust Authority members Richard Larney, Charles Rogers, Bill Holcomb, Leslie Johnston and Billy Green.