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"beth myers." Discussed on KTOK
"Lawmaker charged with manslaughter. I'm Beth Myers and the news radio 1000 Katie. Okay, News center State Senator Alison I. Clea Freeman of Tulsa has been charged with first degree manslaughter for a crash back in May on the Turner Turnpike during heavy rain that killed a Bristol man who hydroplaned and was in a dish on the side of the turnpike. The highway Patrol says Freeman was speeding when she lost control and her vehicle spun and hit 44 year old Enrique Lopez's car and he was killed. Lincoln County District Attorney Alan Grub tells News four. He believes the manslaughter charge is appropriate believe, based upon the investigation that Uh, and the allegations in that investigation that there were several underlying misdemeanors that lead to this result, this this accident and the death this individual, the highway Patrol says Freeman was going more than 90 miles an hour at the time of the crash, but she told investigators her cruise control was set. It's 75 Freeman was seriously injured in the crash and underwent surgery and rehabilitation well, Governor Kevin Stitt will provide a covert 19 update tomorrow, his office says. He and healthcare leaders will hold a news conference at two PM on Tuesday at Theo You Health Sciences Center in Oklahoma City. The governor meanwhile, says Oklahomans pulled together back in April so we could safely reopen the economy and he's asking for that same unified effort once again. To slow the spread of Corona virus and keep Oklahoma and safe,.
"beth myers." Discussed on KTOK
"The president. I'm Beth Myers and the news radio. 1000 Katie. Okay. New center President Trump says he will not participate in the next presidential debate with the very latest now here is John Decker. President Trump on Fox business, vowing not to participate in next week's debate with Democratic nominee Joe Biden after organizers announced it will take place virtually because of the president's diagnosis for covert 19. No, I don't want to do a virtual debate because virtual debate is is a joke. No reason I'm in great shape. I just, You know, Unlike Jo, I don't have the luxury of staying in a basement All day long. I'm running a country the Trump campaign, saying the president will hold a campaign rally instead next Thursday night, Abidin spokeswoman saying the former vice president looks forward to speaking directly to the American people. The State Drug Bureau says it has identified more deaths in Oklahoma that can be linked. To counterfeit oxycodone pills were now since May that weaken tied to these pills. We've got 10 deaths. Where they look like oxycodone. But they all are filled with fentanyl. That spokesman Mark Woodward details. Katie Okay news. Two victims died just this week in Grady County after buying fake oxycodone pills on the street. Tested positive for fentanyl, which could be upto 1000 times more potent than morphine or heroin. He says. The pills continued to circulate in communities and there could be more victims. Underway today at the Oklahoma History Center in Oklahoma City and interim legislative study on race relations in Oklahoma State representative Mike Osborn, a Vinod says the issue has the full attention of the legislature brace.
"beth myers." Discussed on KTOK
"Beth Myers in the news Radio 1000 Katie. Okay, News Center, State representative Jason Low of Oklahoma City says Now that the federal eviction moratorium has expired. Oklahomans need to know their rights as tenants and know that community resource is are available to help. If you do receive an eviction notice one thing that you should not do. Is ignore it. We have. The resource is we have to help out there, and I hope individuals will use it. Groups like legal aides say that you should call them immediately. If you get an eviction notice. They say outcomes are much better for tenants who have legal representation, and we're now it's 600 total Kobe 19 deaths in Oklahoma since March. A state Health department today reported another seven deaths in Creek Oak, dusky Oklahoma, Stevens and Tulsa counties and a fatal shooting overnight in southwest Oklahoma City. Here's Margot Murano police, a 19 year old Abraham Rodriguez and a friend were driving in the area of Southwest 23rd and Miller when they exchanged words with a pedestrian A pedestrian opened fire on their vehicle and Rodriguez was hit. Rodriguez and his friend managed to drive to a relative's house nearby for help. Rodriguez died at the scene. Norman Mayor Bria Clark tweeted today that she witnessed last night shooting that injured a man outside a campus corner bar. Clarke says she waited for police to arrive. Four suspects fled the scene. Police stop their vehicle a short time later, and they were arrested. The victim was shot several times. He was taken to a hospital and a frightening home invasion robbery in Tulsa overnight, police say two suspects broke into a house near Harvard and Admiral A man his wife and child were at home. Police say the suspect's asked about money and then pistol whip the man who was able to grab the gun and shoot one suspect in the head. A man also shot the other suspect who fled the scene and that other suspect has not been located. The wounded suspect was taken to a hospital in critical condition, and police now say that that intruder has died. There is a new interim director at the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority. Former director Travis Kirkpatrick was promoted to a job at the State Health Department. He'll be replaced by Deputy Director Dr Kelly Williams, the U. S and ID 1.8 million jobs last month, according to figures today from the US Labor Department. Here's Michael Kastner. The unemployment rate for July fell nearly one full point to 10.2%. Jobs total is a little higher than analysts had forecast, but it's well below the 4.8 million the economy added in June. Even with three straight months, a seven figure job creation the nation has 12.9 million fewer jobs and before the Corona virus pandemic hit, National Federation of Independent Business State director Jared Shao says this weekend sales tax holiday comes at a critical time for Oklahoma small business owners. Says Cobain, 19 has been devastating for many retailers. He's urging people to shop at their local mom and pop a retail store this weekend. Ah, woman had to be taken to a hospital this week after an encounter with a bison at the drive. Thru Arbuckle, Wilderness Zoo and Davis. A bison stuck its hand in the woman's car and the woman was gored on the hand by the horns. When she pushed it out of the car. She was taken to a hospital and needed stitches from NewsRadio. 1000 Katie. Okay, Weather center and a for Warren Storm team, humid today. Heat Index upto 100. We have a 20% chance of rain. A high of 93 warm and muggy tonight alot of 75. Up.
Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt tests positive for coronavirus
"Governor Kevin Step tests positive for cope in 19. I'm Beth Myers in the news Radio. 1000 Katie. Okay, News center. The governor of Oklahoma apparently becomes the first governor in the country to test positive for covert 19. Here's Margot Murano governor Kevin Stitt made the announcement today saying he has tested positive for Koba 19. I felt a little bit yesterday, I didn't have a fever, but just a little bit, so I just did my regular Testing and it came back Positive s O. I just want to be transparent with Oklahomans. He says he will work from home until he is cleared and will remain isolated from his wife and Children who he says have tested negative. He says he still is not going to mandate that Oklahomans where a mask as it would be problematic to enforce. Says he doesn't know where he got the virus, but that the timeline doesn't fit for him to have contracted it during President Trump's recent rally in Tulsa, meanwhile, Coben
Attorney general warns of privacy issues surrounding contact tracing apps
"Warning about certain covert related apps here's Beth Myers state Attorney General Mike hunter is warning Oklahomans that downloading certain contact tracing apps could compromise their personal information is among a group of thirty eight state attorneys general asking apple and Google to take steps to protect consumers contact tracing is the way health officials notify certain people they may have been exposed to covert nineteen hunter says there is proposed federal legislation to address the privacy concerns but he says there's currently no national standard for how the apps should work
FTC warns some facilities forcing Medicaid recipients to sign over checks
"A warning for nursing homes as we hear from Beth Myers state Attorney General Mike hunter is warning nursing homes and assisted living facilities in Oklahoma that they are not allowed to require their residents receiving Medicaid to sign over their stimulus payments he says the payments are considered a tax credit and they are not part of federal benefits programs like Medicaid hunter says his office has it received any complaints as of yet but he says he is monitoring the situation and will take action if
Domestic abuse cases possibly rise amid lockdown
"Child abuse reports are down but child advocates worry cases are actually increasing Beth Myers reports calls to the Oklahoma department of Human Services child abuse hotline have dropped about fifty percent with schools closed and children at home with parents carry little with the children's advocacy centers of Oklahoma worries that cases are actually increasing one of the largest groups of people and advocates for kids that report to the child abuse hotline educators so as schools have been out of session and people are working from home we just literally lost sight of children in early March she says DHS received an average of two hundred fifty calls per day that number dropped in half by early
"beth myers." Discussed on KTOK
"Beth Myers in the news radio one thousand K. T. O. K. news center Oklahoma congressman Frank Lucas says there is no other way to help small business owners keep their employees right now then the paycheck protection program again the goal is to keep people off unemployment keep on as a part of a business enable businesses when we work our way through this pandemic to get the doors open and get up and running in a hurry the house will vote any time now on the nearly half a trillion dollar bill that pumps that additional three hundred ten billion dollars into the paycheck protection program which has run dry and also has money for hospitals and corona virus testing there are nine more coronavirus deaths in Oklahoma the state health department reporting today the deaths occurred in Cleveland Washington Oklahoma Tulsa creek Caddo and Muskogee counties there are one hundred seventy nine total deaths in the state and the number of confirmed cases has jumped to three thousand seventeen the number of persons in the hospital has fallen slightly to two hundred eighty four and not just yet despite what the governor says Oklahoma City mayor David Holt says personal care services and other non essential businesses in Oklahoma City will remain closed until at least April thirtieth look at this is a long journey and this is just another way you know and it's one that we have to embark upon very cautiously he tells news four Oklahoma City is focused on following president trump's criteria and meeting those benchmarks before safely re opening the president of the Oklahoma state medical association says the governor's plan to re open the state is hasty at best Dr George monk says even without widespread testing Oklahoma has seen an ongoing growth in the number of cases hospitalizations and deaths in the past week alone and the U. S. labor department says roughly twenty six million people have filed for jobless benefits in the five weeks since the corona virus outbreak began more than four and a half mill Ian filed last week including about forty thousand in Oklahoma about one in six American workers have lost their jobs since mid March economists predict the national unemployment rate for April could go as high as twenty percent damage assessments are under way today in the Dail.
Reeling Oklahoma oil producers win right to keep leases while wells shut
"Some relief for oil producers in Oklahoma here's Beth Myers producers are worried about having to keep pumping oil when there is reduced demand unlimited storage capacity the state corporation commission on Wednesday approved an emergency order that allows them to shop in or stop production from wells to prevent economic waste and they would not be in jeopardy of losing their leases for non production one producer told the commission yesterday he's losing two hundred thousand dollars per month and that shutting in the wells would allow him to use that money to continue paying his
"beth myers." Discussed on KTOK
"Grow I'm Beth Myers in the news radio one thousand Katie okay new center there had been an additional twelve deaths in Oklahoma from corona virus in its daily report out today the state health department says the deaths occurred in Oklahoma Cleveland Tulsa a dare Greer K. and Wagner counties there are seventy nine total deaths in the state with more than fifteen hundred confirmed cases and the Oklahoma department of corrections now says five of its employees have tested positive for coke but nineteen years Margot marrano they include four facilities staff members and one probation and parole officer also an inmate at the Jackie Brannon correctional center in McAlester has tested positive D. O. C. says masks have been provided for all inmates and staff statewide and inmates are confined to their cells to limit exposure it appears governor Kevin Stitt is at odds with lawmakers on how to fill a four hundred sixteen million dollar budget hole for the current fiscal year the governor says budget cuts to state agencies should be out of the question Oklahomans are struggling Oklahomans are hurting asking the state government also cut expenses by one or two percent is very reasonable in the current situation that we're in at the same time the governor says he will protect core services including health care the state house and Senate voted on Monday to tap into the state's reserve accounts to make up for the shortfall house speaker Charles McCall and Senate president pro tem Greg treat both say that they will not authorize cuts during the covert nineteen response and the governor issued an executive order today ensuring that first responders including correctional officers law enforcement and fire personnel who work for state agencies will receive guaranteed paid time off if they get sick with corona virus state says there's no opportunity for these people to work from home so they need our support he's encouraging cities and counties across the state to take this same action the Oklahoma employment security commission in an undated with first time unemployment claims agency director robin Roberson says one hundred thirty five thousand first time claims have been filed so far that compares to about fifteen hundred claims a week that have been filed before the corona virus our agency yes the way the work search criteria for regular.
"beth myers." Discussed on KTOK
"Had to be done I'm Beth Myers in the news radio one thousand Katie okay news center house speaker Nancy Pelosi says president trump gave Democrats no choice but to send articles of impeachment to the Senate when the president of the United States has shed article two says I can do whatever I want at the monarchy that is not a Republic that we pledge allegiance to every single day speaking on the house floor earlier today pelo C. said whatever the outcome is in the Senate the American people deserve a fair trial that includes witnesses and new relevant documents now of the Oklahoma delegation it was only Democrat congresswoman Kendra horn who voted for the resolution there will be now a trial in the Senate and it will determine if president trump should be removed from office an eighteen year old student upon the high school who got in trouble allegedly threatened to bring a gun to school and shoot the principal will somebody over heard that the red to and reported it to authorities Dalton Mitchell was arrested yesterday and booked into jail on a complaint of threatening to perform violent acts a still well lawmaker hopes to see firearms allowed inside the state capitol building with more on that here's Jacquelyn Scott Republican representative David harden has filed a bill to let legislators as well as current and former law enforcement officials carry firearms into the capital and other state owned and state leased buildings under hardens bill lawmakers could carry without a license but law enforcement officials would have to have proper.
"beth myers." Discussed on KTOK
"Death row I Beth Myers in the news radio one thousand Katie okay weather center where you get traffic and weather together mornings and afternoons working injury accidents northwest fifty of the grand also Brian north of sixty third road king total traffic all right cloudy tonight a low in the mid sixties and then tomorrow we have a thirty percent chance of rain and high only in the mid to upper sixties well some big changes coming for some death row inmates in Oklahoma housed at the Macalester penitentiary in response to a threat by the ACLU to take legal action the Tulsa world is reporting the department of corrections has agreed to move some qualifying death row inmates from the H. bunker where they're kept in solitary confinement in lock down to maximum security now it means the inmates will have access to natural light they'll have a view of the outdoors when they exercise that also be allowed direct contact with the visitors the conditions that will qualify inmates for the better treatment have not yet been released well did Cleveland county judge that bald men make a big math mistake when he ordered Johnson Johnson to pay five hundred seventy two million dollars to help the bait the opioid crisis in Oklahoma fierce Carey lucky Johnson and Johnson says yes the company says instead of being ordered to pay one hundred seven million dollars for neonatal withdrawal treatment the judge Bachman attended the amount to be one hundred seven thousand dollars the company is asking judge Bachman to make the correction it also once a three hundred fifty five million dollar credit for the amounts that co defendants Purdue pharma and teva pharmaceuticals agreed to pay a hearing is scheduled in two weeks for people have been killed in a crash involving a semi south of king Fisher it happened yesterday the highway patrol says the semi was parked on the shoulder of US highway eighty one when it was rear ended by an SUV the S. U. V. driver and two passengers died at the scene out third passenger died after being taken to a hospital and a fourth passenger is in critical condition the semi driver was.
"beth myers." Discussed on The West Wing Weekly
"I was opposing one piece of legislation as versus another. I mean ninety nine percent of the candidates who would try to deliver that line would have failed and most host canned lines are cringe-worthy. I try to stay away from them. The candidates love them. They love to have them in their back pocket. I think it's a security blanket yeah i i. I agree that i mean. I also think anyone who wrote that. Lunch should have been fired debate prep adviser because it's it's so corny and so obvious and i i think to me the disappointing thing that exchanges the santos doesn't have some comeback for that or some way to kind of shove it back at them. You know i agree you see that but i think you see that less often that you think and rarely that insanely awkwardly i think overall this is part of why fix santos won the night. I think that vinik has style throughout the debate. That's like what we would call in. The business like sunday show style. He has this way of kind of talking about things. In in a way that's kind of really good for like meet the press or or this week or something like that but just doesn't seem strong on a debate stage and when he gets strong he gets kind of fakey and weird like the i'm going to veto the budget moment. Assisting my issues with vic in the debate were more on style than anything thing else leading up to it both in terms of the beginning of this episode but also the episodes prior in this season really set up to think that vinik was gonna just dominate dominate that he was he was the front runner to win the debate by a long shot by a wide margin so then when this is what we got i was a little bit surprised because how can it felt i thought what metric are they judging that. He's so good at the debates. I also think when you think about the arca season headed into this debate. I mean it is the classic classic situation where vanik is the more experienced candidate the more seasoned candidate. It's all set up for santos to win right and syllabi like kennedy nixon or a liberal like obama mccain or bill clinton against george bush and ninety two where for one of these younger dynamic candidates to stand on the stage with the more experienced more seasoned person like he wins by being able to hold his own with vinick and so if matt santos can stand up there and go toe oh toe with vinegar on these issues and even if it's a draw that's kind of a win for santos. Justice was for kennedy against nixon or younger bill clinton against a george bush. The blessing of lowered expectations just like an evening out of stature. There is a style thing that vinick does that. I like in the section where he says says congressman santos running a very brave campaign. I have to give him that. I relate to give you credit for that. He's actually promising a tax increase which is a brave thing to do because the american people don't want it and it's the wrong thing to do because the american people don't want it and that sort of repetition felt like a nice move that one i was like oh..
"beth myers." Discussed on The West Wing Weekly
"Before we get into this week's discussion of the debate. We want to clarify one thing from last week's episode we realized as we you're talking about. The version of the episode on netflix is missing about eight minutes of content but it's also missing on itunes and some other digital distribution platforms so after we wrapped wrapped up with lawrence last week. We actually talked about it a little more. Here's a little bit of that. We'll so here is the likely source they might have had to do this. Cutting thing for syndication because this show did go into syndication in different places <hes> yes it didn't go into syndication in a big way but it went into syndication enough that somebody had to cut that for syndication and then probably it's that same department for bravo right and possibly free you know european and others and so then it's from that source that they are in effect syndicating it again to netflix and this would be the only episode that suffered because all the rest of them mar. You know the regular length right. I think you're i think you're absolutely right that must be it so let's <hes> mount the complaint to warner brothers and tell them they've got to create a digital version for history and preferably the one with my mother if they could just just just use the east coast we should probably guide the more likely toward warner brothers 'cause when you think about it why the hell would net flicks bother exactly yeah no they. They don't make those kinds of decisions so that could be the solution to to the mystery and hopefully we can find a way to get warner brothers to get the d._v._d. Version to digital platforms instead of the syndicated version we should have made that clear in the last episode our policies and our apologies to net flicks for any angry tweets. They might have gotten undeservedly. This is our second of two episodes covering the debate now for this week. Our coverage today is going to be about what was discussed by the two candidates in the episode and to help us along with that. We have two very special guests who have a lot of history working on debates themselves. We have returned to the podcast ronald papas murph clain. You already know him well. He was chief of staff to vice president joe biden. He was chief of staff half to vice president al gore. He has a long storied career that also includes preparing every single democratic presidential candidate since one thousand nine hundred two do we also are joined by beth myers. Beth was a senior adviser on mitt romney's two thousand twelve campaign for president and she was a campaign manager on his two thousand eight presidential race and before that she was chief of staff for all four years of the romney governorship in massachusetts beth. Thank you so much for joining us. You are not a super familiar west wing watcher as you told us because you had kids at the time and this was not something you are attuned to and there was no tibo so you had to watch it live or you're stuck dark ages the dark ages so this is your first time watching this episode. Actually you know i think i might have watched that episode in doing debate prep because it looked familiar when i was watching it no kidding yeah and run. Have you seen the episode before yes. I saw it before and i you know i've watched it for the year's time. Have you ever watched both the west coast and the east coast live versions to see the differences between the two. Oh very cool. Do you have a preference. We know that the one we've all watched the west coast. Is there a qualitative difference. We know there's the big debate about casta in one of the two and it really doesn't appear in the other one of the two so you get like a whole extra issue in one of the two episodes well. One thing that we've discovered is that the version on netflix version in itunes and really any kind of post syndication airing of the west wing is missing several minutes of the episode. The original episode aired for fifty two minutes the version that lived on afterwards outside of the d._v._d. Version is only forty four minutes so the bunch of stuff has actually got cut for a lot of people. I myself have never seen the full length version of the debate but we're going to muddle through it with what information we do have the forty four minutes that we've got first of all. What did you think about just the optics of.
Oklahoma Woman Convicted Of Killing 8-Year-Old In DUI Crash Denied Early Release
"A woman has surrendered on charges related to a fatal crash here's Beth Myers I'm a Skokie woman has surrendered Oklahoma City police on manslaughter and other charges related to an April twentieth fatal alcohol related crash police say thirty six year old Sheena Clemons ran a stop sign and was hit by another vehicle she had six passenger is in her vehicle including her thirteen year old cousin who was killed a baby was critically injured Clemens has been charged with first degree manslaughter and causing an accident resulting in great bodily injury while driving under the
"beth myers." Discussed on KTOK
"Business I'm Beth Myers in the news radio one thousand Katie okay news center the Oklahoma City hazmat team is on the scene of a chemical business in the eighty one hundred block of southwest eighth the fire department says there was a small explosion there and there is a possible hazardous material situation involved as of yet no injuries have been reported this is happening at moon chemical it's near southwest eighth and counsel there is a new police chief in Oklahoma City here's Kerry Laki Oklahoma City manager Greg Freeman announced today the new police chief will be weighed girly he's been in Oklahoma City police officer for thirty years and was most recently one of the departments of for a deputy chief C. replaces former chief bill city who retired in may Cleveland county judge that ball commend today denied a request by Johnson and Johnson to end the state's opioid trial and rule in the drug makers favor without hearing any further testimony it is a motion that is commonly made at this point in a civil trial but it's rarely granted the trial is underway in Norman it will continue now with more defense witnesses taking the stand the state of Oklahoma accuses Johnson and Johnson and its subsidiaries of creating a public nuisance that help because the state's opioid crisis state Attorney General Mike hunter once Johnson and Johnson to pay nearly eighteen billion dollars to abate the opioid problem and a loud motorcycle led to a fatal shooting early Sunday at a mobile home park in still water witnesses say that a man was riding a motorcycle and making a lot of noise twenty three year old Jared Roybal if Tonkawa was in a van and confronted the motorcyclist when according to police the motorcyclist identified as twenty nine year old Darwin Doyle pulled a gun and shot Roybal in the neck Roy both brother drove into a nearby convenience store to get help Roybal was take it you Medical Center in Oklahoma City where he died and Doyle was arrested governor Kevin state today along with the mayors of Tulsa Bixby and Jang's sent a letter to the US army corps of engineers requesting the cord to expedite a feasibility study of the toll so let the system that held.
Oklahoma judge approves Teva's $85 million opioid settlement
"And eighty five million dollar opioid settlement agreement now a done deal here's beth myers state attorney general mike hunters says the state of oklahoma will receive funds from an eighty five million dollar opioid settlement agreement with teva pharmaceuticals later this week cleveland county judge that bulk men signed off on the agreement monday hunters says the funds will be used to help abate the opioid epidemic tab has agreed not to hire sales people in oklahoma to promote opioids it's also agreed to work with law enforcement on suspicious cases involving
CDC Says Measles Cases in U.S. Have Now Reached Over 1,000 So Far in 2019
"More measles cases in the US. Here's Beth Myers. This year's measles epidemic in the United States has topped one thousand cases the CDC now says there have been one thousand one cases confirmed since the beginning of the year. That is the highest in twenty twenty-seven years. There've been four confirmed cases in Oklahoma this year. All of them in Mogi
Ardmore police seek attempted kidnapping suspect
"And attempted kidnapping in Ardmore, the Owens. Beth Myers has details. A woman running an Ardmore high school was attacked Sunday. Police say it was caught on surveillance video from nearby schools and businesses the woman was grabbed from behind by a man who pinned her arms down and tried to pull her back. But the woman was able to break free and run off. The suspect is described as a short slightly built black man who drove a light metallic blue dodge challenger to the location and parked at the Chickasaw center parking lot and then drove off after the attack. Police want to hear from anyone who might have information about the attempted
OxyContin maker Purdue reaches $270 million settlement in Oklahoma opioid case
"State attorney general Mike Huntoon has reached a settlement with one of the drug makers named in the state's opioid lawsuit. Here's Beth Myers. State. Attorney general Mike hunter will be in Tulsa this afternoon and will announce a settlement agreement with Purdue pharma, one of the biggest opioid manufacturers, the Oklahoma and reports that Purdue pharma will pay two hundred seventy million dollars to be dropped from the states lawsuit with most of the money going to the Oklahoma state university center for wellness and recovery in Tulsa, the state's lawsuit's still includes a dozen other drug manufacturers Purdue pharma faces hundreds of others similar lawsuits, and is considering bankruptcy as a legal option as he leaves the Oklahoma City council horseshoe. Dr Ed shebeen says he wants to council that continue making improvements in the best interests of
"beth myers." Discussed on KTOK
"O K and Beth Myers. We know more about that murder suicide. But we don't know why do we know not yet? But we do know the man who was at the focus of the murder suicide did spend time in prison. I'm Beth Myers. The NewsRadio one thousand Katie okay news center. And again, we have more information today after checking court records on this man who was involved in this apparent murder-suicide in Payne county. Here's KT okays Calvin right now with more the Lincoln county man whose body was found Monday along with the bodies. It was two young daughters in an apparent murder-suicide had previously spent time in prison. Forty-one-year-old Jackie boils junior had previous convictions for stalking and drug charges and then twenty eight a judge had ordered Voyles. Undergo a mental health evaluation boils released from prison in January twenty eleven he was seeking custody was one year old daughter in a judge had issued an order for a paternity test. At Tulsa woman is now in jail on murder and. Arson charges after she allegedly choked another woman to death and then set the body on fire police found the body yesterday and a house where they located twenty six year old. Jessica McBride with lighter fuel still at our hand as of yet police haven't been able to identify the victim the number of flu deaths in Oklahoma now up to sixty five with more than twenty six hundred people hospitalized, according to the centers for disease control and prevention flu activity in the United States has decreased slightly but remains elevated, and it's five months in federal prison for a Texas man who installed credit card skimming devices on gas pumps in the Newcastle area in order to steal People's Credit card information twenty-five-year-old Miguel bay Harare. No of Irving Texas was sentenced today in Muskogee federal court. He went on to create new credit cards with the information that he stole. And then he used the credit cards to get cash out of ATM's at the Windstar and border casinos in Vacaville at thirty one year old man writing. Bicycle overnight was struck by a vehicle near north west sixteenth and Classen, and according to Oklahoma City police Master Sergeant Gary night, the driver didn't stop when officers arrived. They discovered a man lying in the roadway critically injured. He'd been on a bicycle the bicycle was struck by vehicle, the driver of the vehicle simply kept right on going right now police are trying to obtain surveillance footage from the area to try to identify the vehicle and the driver of the Oklahoma is reporting that the bike rider Thirty-one-year-old. Chad epilepsy was taken to the hospital with severe head injuries. It's not every day. We hear about somebody trying to smuggle steaks and homemade potato skins into a prison. But that's exactly what a Cherokee county woman is accused of doing the Oklahoma department of corrections says what Kanda Jackson had those items that are vehicle outside the dick CONNER Correctional Center and hominy. But that's not what got her in trouble. She also had marijuana liquid THC and a cell phone in her vehicle. And then when they searched her house in town. Alachua they seized more drugs and four thousand dollars in cash. Thanks to what Oklahoma City police. Call some great tips from concerned citizens a man who robbed two convenient stores that gunpoint. Early Monday is now in custody. Police arrested nineteen year old Tanner miles yesterday near south west fifty first and independence, and they call them the early riser Robert because he robbed the two stories around seven o'clock in the morning from the t-, okay weather center. And the four warn storm team a low tonight and the low forties.
"beth myers." Discussed on KTOK
"I'm Beth Myers in the NewsRadio one thousand K T O K news center. President Trump today announcing that a deal has been reached to fund the federal government for three weeks through February fifteenth. He says during that time a bipartisan congressional committee will begin working on a homeland security package that he will sign based on operational guidance from the experts in the field. They will put together a homeland security package for me. To shortly signed into law over the next twenty one days, I expect that both Democrats and Republicans will operate in good faith. This is an opportunity for all parties to work together for the benefit of our whole beautiful wonderful nation speaking in the rose garden today, the president said that employees will get their back pay as quickly as possible. The Senate is expected to act I on the legislation and then the house will follow later today. Putnam city north high school student was arrested this morning after an unloaded gun was found in the student's backpack. The district says the gun was found while officials were investigating an unrelated incident, and they were searching backpacks on campus, and they are scrambling at the Oklahoma City animal shelter to care for nearly three hundred birds allegedly used for cockfighting that were seized from a home in the Spencer area earlier this week where police went to arrest of shooting suspect shelter superintendent, John Gary tells news for it doesn't appear that the birds were into elected good.
"beth myers." Discussed on KTOK
"Okay? Beth Myers is in the newsroom we had a gun scare in a high school earlier today. That's right. Somebody has some explaining to do. I'm Beth Myers. Newsradio one thousand Katie. Okay. News center. There was a short lockdown earlier today Mustang high school the school says a loaded gun was found inside a bag left unattended in the schools media center. Well, the police were called they came out. And it turns out that the gun and the bag belonged to a school employee who does have a handgun license. We understand the employees plan to go target shooting and forgot to remove the gun from the bag before entering the school building. It's ten months in federal prison for Claire Moore woman who pleaded guilty to making a hoax bomb threat against Clare Morris schools, forty nine year old Stephanie Montgomery called Clare more high school last March and said that there were five bombs in backpacks at the high school and ten more bombs at the elementary school. Well, no bombs were found. She was sentenced today in Tulsa federal court. Governor Kevin stood says he is working with lawmakers to find a way to regulate medical marijuana to make sure. Businesses are protected. We've gotta make sure those businesses can also perform and businesses. No how they're going to drug test. How they're going to, you know, provide a safe working environment for their employees and our manufacturing facilities capital today. Stitz said he wants to find a way to regulate medical marijuana and make sure that it is exactly what voters intended when they approved the measure last, June and finally the Oklahoma army national guard is about to get its first female general officer promotion ceremony will be held next Wednesday at the state capital for Colonel Cynthia tick him now see will be promoted to the rank of regular general. She enlisted in the guard in nineteen eighty.
"beth myers." Discussed on KTOK
"Was a homicide. I'm Beth Myers and the NewsRadio one thousand Katie okay news center. The death of an elderly woman who fell and broke her hip and a senior living center in Oklahoma City back in August has been ruled a homicide Oklahoma City police say eighty four year old y Nima Patterson got into an altercation with another resident right before she fell. She died on October eighteenth. And her death was tied to the broken hip. Police say the case was presented to the district attorney's office, which declined to file charges and a former Sperry police officer has been arrested on drug charges when the OS be I started an investigation back in October. Thirty two year old Michael town was an active police officer. But then he resigned his position during the investigation when he was arrested yesterday on charges of distribution of a controlled substance and attempted unlawful. Possession of controlled drugs. Any was booked into jail in Tulsa, and we know now it was the body of a Hughes county sheriff's deputy found last night. After shots were fired. Inside a residents in Seminole county. Emergency responders found the body of twenty one year old deputies Seth Mason. He only been working for the sheriff's office for about seven months before that he was an EMT in a firefighter when we woke up the death is under investigation, Tulsa, police say there were numerous people inside an apartment in east Tulsa early Sunday. When a fifteen year old girl was shot in the chest and killed. It was initially reported as a self inflicted shooting. But police now say that is not the case the girl has been identified as Brittany Urania. It happened at the Belmont apartments. And authorities say an investigation into a hotel homicide has led to an arrest. Here's Katie okays, Calvin right? Why Oklahoma City police have yet to release the name of the sixty year old woman whose body was found Friday in a room with the Biltmore hotel? Tell south Meridian avenue in Oklahoma City. They have arrested a suspect fifty-five your Glenn. Vance Cy was in the room at the time. According to investigators van sidewalk arrested on complaints of first degree murder and possession of a controlled dangerous substance a charter plane carrying the National Hockey League's Carolina Hurricanes made an emergency landing in Tulsa over the weekend. It was because of a noxious smell and a cabin. A team spokesman says it was like the smell of burning plastic. The plane was traveling from Long Beach, California back to Raleigh Durham, North.
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"With murder Beth Myers. Right. State. Attorney general Mike hunter going after two drug dealers right overdose death. I'm Beth Myers, and the NewsRadio one thousand K T O K new center the overdose. Death of a Tulsa man leads to charges now against two alleged drug dealers. State attorney general Mike hunter said today that he's filed charges against twenty four year old Tony heath and twenty six year old Alex Schmidt now hunter says the victim twenty five year old Eric Adams bought heroin from heath who was working together with Schmidt to distribute heroin around Tulsa county, and then Adams died the next day his brother found his body heath and Schmidt now have both been charged with first degree murder, and she is safe. The FBI says a thirteen year old girl who was kidnapped from her North Carolina home on Monday with pound Tuesday night at a hotel in Chicago to Oklahoma and a twenty three year old suspect was arrested on charges, including. Child abduction. The FBI says thirteen-year-old Aubrey Accre of Rutherford county North Carolina was reported missing. By your mother on Monday. Investigators say they had a key eyewitness account that help them pinpoint a vehicle that was used in the abduction. And then they tracked that vehicle to Oklahoma Jacob Guardia, the Albuquerque New Mexico was arrested. Outgoing state treasurer Ken Miller says he plans to resign from office about two weeks early about two weeks before his term ends in January. He's taken a job with GE Energy Corporation, the parent company of Oklahoma, gas and electric, the state's largest electric utility. And he says he will join the company on January second and a new warden at the Oklahoma state penitentiary in McAllister the state board of corrections. Today voted unanimously to approve the appointment of my carpenter to replace Terry. Royal who resigned carpenter has been serving as interim warden since July and an oak magi county woman now formally charged with murder. During two of her own children. Here's Katie okays, Calvin right with more on that charges filed today of Mogi county against a Newark mother who allegedly shot and killed her. Eighteen year old son is sixteen year old daughter while they slept thirty eight year old Amy hall, charged with two counts of first degree murder a one counter shooting with intent to kill it's alleged. She also shot and wounded fourteen year old daughter who still recovering the children were shot November I in their home and the Newark area hall is being held without bond in the county jail. The highway patrol says a sixteen year old driver failed to stop at a stop sign south of burns flat last night and was hit by another vehicle. The dill city girl was not wearing a seatbelt. She was ojected from her vehicle and died after being taken to a hospital. President Trump says a government shutdown is possible early next month speaking at the White House today Trump said he wants congress to approve funding for a massive border wall and deal to boost border security. The government runs out of money on December seventh.
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"I'm Beth Myers in the NewsRadio one thousand K T. Okay. New center and the highway patrol now telling us more about that. Bizarre accident that led to a deadly wreck on I forty in Oklahoma City with the latest now, here's KT. Okay. As Calvin right? Vitrolles says the semi truck that lost her wheel assembly Monday on I forty in Oklahoma City an incident which killed the woman has been located the deceased identified as thirty-three o'casey. Moore's of Yukon say that semi truck was sounded repair shop in Gainesville Texas from the driver apparently didn't realize what had happened no visible evidence semi was an unsafe condition. The focus of the investigation now is to determine if the wheel assembly was tampered with or if there was a product failure DNA testing further. Incriminates death row inmate Julius Jones who was convicted of the nineteen ninety nine murder of an Edmund man who was gunned down in his parents driveway in his SUV was stolen. Now. Jones supporters have launched a massive campaign to free him from prison claiming that he was wrongfully convicted a witness to the killing of Paul how told police the shooter wore a red bandanna on his face the murder weapon wrapped in a red bandanna was found in the home of Jones parents has done. Defense asked for DNA testing. They even chose the lab the state paid for it. State attorney general Mike counter announcing today the testing was a match to Jones, and he says it's an additional validation of the trial and appellate process improving. Jones. Guilt Tulsa police have arrested two suspects now in the deaths of three people whose bodies were found October fourteenth in a burning house. And then later it was found that each victim had been shot in the head twenty year old Andrew Canard and Twenty-three-year-old Keenan Burkhalter have been arrested and charged with three counts of first degree, murder and one count of arson. The victims included a seven year old girl. Her Twenty-seven-year-old father and his Twenty-seven-year-old cousin. Investigators say the girl and her father were still alive. When the house was set on fire. A historic announcement today from Cherokee nation chief Bill John Baker. He says the tribe is partnering with Oklahoma state university to create the OSU. College of osteopathic medicine at the Cherokee nation. It will be the first ever tribally affiliated medical school in America. He says it will improve the health of rural Oklahomans and revolutionize the way healthcare is delivered state corrections director, Joe Alba says Oklahoma is making little progress on Justice reform in at state prisons are bursting at the seams with over twenty seven thousand inmates. The state board of corrections has approved his one point five billion dollar budget. Request for an ex Piscopo year that includes extra funding to add fifty two hundred beds for pay raises facility repairs an inmate hepatitis C treatment, the department's current appropriation is just five hundred million dollars..
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"I'm Beth Myers in the NewsRadio one thousand KT. Okay. New center acting on a tip Oklahoma City police today arrested a serial robbery suspect who was targeting motels in Oklahoma City and midwest city fifty six year old Lawrence Washington was arrested today in north west Oklahoma City police say that he's robbed at least five motels at gunpoint. He even pistol whipped one motel clerk, stocks are surging on wall. So. St. on strong, earnings reports at the closing bell. The Dow rose five hundred forty eight points to close at twenty five thousand seven hundred ninety eight the NASDAQ was up two hundred fifteen points and the s&p gained fifty nine points. A panel of state senators today heard from trucking industry experts on so-called truck platooning, Oklahoma trucking association, CEO, Jim Newport, says and involves a number of trucks equipped with state of the art driving support system with the trucks closely following a lead truck, it is the thing that will connect by technology to vehicles semi trucks together by technology. It is not driver. He says with the following trucks. Breaking immediately was zero reaction time platooning can improve traffic safety, but critics say that some automated systems have been hacked by remote, computer operators, causing roadway hazards. Today's. Interim study was to allow lawmakers to gather information for possible legislation on truck platooning policies. Investigators want to talk to people who may have witnessed a recent assault in new Walla. The Oklahoma county sheriff's office says the man was attending a gathering and the three thousand block of catfish drive in Nuwara on Thursday October fourth at some point the man was assaulted. He suffered significant injuries. He was taken to a nearby hospital. He's now in a long term care facility. If you have any information, you're asked to contact the Oklahoma county sheriff's office.
"Don't play games with it": Hurricane Florence barrels toward East Coast
"Hurricane Florence is. Now a category. Three storm as a barrels toward the Carolinas. Forecasters say it's top winds have weakened slightly to one hundred twenty five miles per hour. But that Florence remains a very dangerous storm the National Hurricane Center is warning that life threatening storm surge and heavy rainfall is expected across large parts of north and South Carolina within the next twenty four hours and Oklahoma now is sending a specialized helicopter rescue team to the east coast to be ready when hurricane Florence hits members of the Oklahoma task force one helicopter search and rescue team left Oklahoma City this morning. They will stay in Tennessee and North Carolina, and then respond where needed the team includes rescue swimmers from the Oklahoma City and Norman fire, departments and pilots and aircraft from the Oklahoma. Army? National
One in three U.S. teens text while driving, survey shows
"For us to begin to embrace further continued to embrace new technology any driver with an electric vehicle can fill up at no cost at anytime. The stations are located in the Oklahoma department of transportation visitor parking lot. And no big surprise here. A new survey out today shows the number of teenagers with smartphones has surged the past few years, here's Jeff monosso national survey from common sense media shows that in two thousand twelve less than half of teens owned a smartphone today almost ninety percent. Teams owned one and that smartphones have become an addiction. The report shows
Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority establishes call center to answer questions on licensing, implementation
"The state health department taking another step. To make. Sure people are informed about medical marijuana I'm Beth Myers the end the NewsRadio one thousand k. okay news center the new Oklahoma medical marijuana authority has been. Getting a lot of questions apparently from people about the updated medical marijuana rules that were approved, earlier, this month it's. Opened a new call center today with staff members available to answer, questions from prospective patients caregivers and business, owners now, we, have, put, all, the information on the t- okay website but the number is four zero five. Five two two six six six two and the hours are Monday. Through. Friday from, eight thirty AM defy PM the online application system for licenses. Will. Be available, on August, twenty, fifth and again we. Put the call number and the information on the Katie okay. Website
Marijuana, Tulsa and Schuyler Terrel discussed on Sean Hannity
"Katie okay newscenter a fire that broke out just a short. Time ago at the hallway refinery on. The Arkansas river in west Tulsa is now under control that fires sent plumes of black smoke high into the air firefighters actually had to use foam to extinguish the fire the