Topping our local news this morning:
· Numerous fires across the region are being blamed this morning on fireworks.
· Cracking down on under-aged drinking in Oklahoma….
· A missing Tulsa woman----- subject of a Silver Alert yesterday---- is found---in the hospital.
Topping Our Local News:
· Tulsa’s new trash service begins without major headaches. Today is the east side’s turn.
· Former County Commissioner Wilbert Collins is named to the Tulsa School Board.
· Work should begin next month on the final phase of the I-44 widening project. It means Lewis will be closed for a year.
Topping Our Local News this Morning:
· Tulsa’s Congressman is turned out of office by his own party.
· Oklahoma is doing economically better than the rest of the nation… but still not good.
· Fire and heat…. Make life rough for Tulsa fire fighters.
Topping our local news:
· Another sweltering day in Green Country.
· This is primary election day in Oklahoma.
· Local Reaction to the Supreme Court Immigration Ruling.
Topping Our Local News------
· Remember last summer? It is back! Extreme High heat all week in Tulsa.
· One last day of campaign before tomorrow’s state primary.
· Tulsa Trash Transition….. What went wrong with the original plan.
· The City of Tulsa gets a new budget.
· A Claremore teen is sentenced to 20-years in prison for a double fatality D-U-I crash.
· TU and OU get a 30-million dollar gift for the school of community medicine.
· A huge grant will be officially announced later this morning for the Tulsa School of Community Medicine. It is a joint venture of TU and OU.
· City leaders vote tonight on Tulsa’s new 700-million dollar-plus budget.
· Renovation work is ahead for Tulsa’s Port of Catoosa.
Topping the local news:
· The Broken Arrow Expressway is down to one lane each direction this morning. Expect huge delays.
· A large crowd turns out for a Tulsa job fair.
· Tulsa’s trash transition will mean more work for the Metropolitan Environmental Trust
Topping Our Local News----
· Tulsa’s Trash Service will begin its transition phase next month. Recycling will be delayed and service will be once a week until October.
· The Tulsa Public Schools gets a one-point-two million dollar donation to save jobs.
· A rebate is being offered to make the switch to CNG.