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Local & Regional
6:55 am
Thu March 15, 2012

Thursday Morning's Top News from KWGS

Hear a recap of this morning's Top Local Stories from the KWGS Newsroom.

In this morning's update:

  • The latest from the State Capitol as a meth control measure clears the senate
  • Tulsa ranks near the bottom of the pack in a new health survey
  • An execution is set for tonight for a Tulsa man
Local & Regional
7:11 am
Wed March 14, 2012

KWGS News: Hear this morning's Top Local Stories

In this morning's update:

Another tax cut proposal clears the senate

Tight times ahead for the TPS

The Oklahoma unemployment rate drops

Local & Regional
6:46 am
Tue March 13, 2012

Catch a review of this morning's local news

Hear a recap of the top local stories from Public Radio 89.5/KWGS:

In this update

  • More Oklahoma guard members return from Afghanistan
  • Two men suspected of being Tulsa serial rapists are behind bars
  • The Oklahoma Senate approves a measure phasing out the Oklahoma income tax

 

Local & Regional
7:04 am
Mon March 12, 2012

Monday Morning's Local News

Hear a wrap-up of this morning's Top Local Stories from KWGS News.  In this morning's recap:

  • An Oklahoma Watch report on Oklahoma's State of Addiction
  • State Senators look at tax options
  • The City of Tulsa looks for ways to turn abandon sites into economic development

 

Local & Regional
7:03 am
Fri March 9, 2012

Friday morning's Top Local News from KWGS

Hear a recap of this morning's local news from 89.5/KWGS.

In this morning's update:

  • The city council wants billing changes at EMSA
  • 400 Oklahoma Guard Members return from Afghanistan
  • The family of a convicted Tulsa killer ask for a delay in next week's execution

 

 

 

Local & Regional
6:54 am
Thu March 8, 2012

Thursday Morning's Top News from KWGS

Hear a recap of this morning's Top Local Stories. In this update:

  • In-depth coverage of yesterday's shooting spree on the Tulsa Court House plaza.
  • Details on the future of pensions for American Airlines Workers
  • An audit of the State Department of Education raises concerns about misspending

 

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