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"tulsa county" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"tulsa county" Discussed on KTOK

"City. Police say that a speeding driver slammed into the back of another vehicle last night that was sitting in a red light at Southwest 149th and Western 43 year old Michelle Wind was inside that stopped vehicle. Her car burst into flames. She was trapped inside. She died at the scene. Along with the driver who rear ended her 36 year old Jason Wilson. And Tulsa County deputies got suspicious last night about a car that was parked in the middle of the road. They approached the vehicle they found Candace Campbell passed out behind the wheel with her two Children in the car, ages two and four. Campbell was arrested for d Y drugs and child endangerment from the Alan Samuels. Volkswagen Whether studio Allen Samuels, Volkswagen, your friend in the car business. Ah, high today of 71 a low tonight in the mid forties, and then by morning we'll have rain and 80% chance tomorrow high of 49. I'm Beth Myers. Use radio 1000 Katie. Okay Studios are a service of Universal men's Clinic for Medical Solutions for Edie and Low T Learn more at universal men's clinic dot com. Hi. I'm t W Shannon CEO Chickasaw Community Bank were dedicated to building better lives for everyone By protecting those resource is that you hold dear. Whether it be for your business, your employees or yourself, Chickasaw Community Bank is dedicated to meeting all your banking needs. Chickasaw Community Bank. We are a conservative bank with conservative values. Member F D.

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"tulsa county" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"tulsa county" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Tonight at nine o'clock. I'm going to show you how all of this fits in going to show you how all of this you are being you are being lied to. This is a stage play. Everything that is happening right now. It is so well coordinated. It is I have to be honest with you. If it was on the side of liberty, it would be a beautiful thing. It is elegant, the way they have done it. But it is evil. And how do how can I possibly say it's evil? Well, let me just play the video footage that was released this week that shows two officers being shot by a suspect during a routine traffic stop. It left one officer dead. Now this happened in in Tulsa County. It was released. This happened over the summer, but it was released because a court order because a judge said, you have to release that. Now Nobody wants us to show you this all don't you have this is gratuitous violence Really? Is it? Well, maybe you should see some gratuitous violence of what these heroes do every day. Can you imagine being a cop trying to stop somebody just for a speeding ticket? Imagine After eight minutes of telling this belligerent guy you've got to get out of the car. You've got to get out of the car. They finally tried to tase him. He wouldn't get out of the car, so they had to remove him physically. Well, la di da. He had a gun watch. Listen, you have two choices. You can step out of the car or we can take you. What's this? Look? Hey, ur step out of the car. Now. Do you want to get tased? Why are you because you're.

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"tulsa county" Discussed on Pod 4 Good

Pod 4 Good

05:50 min | 2 years ago

"tulsa county" Discussed on Pod 4 Good

"Right? A lot of people know what we need to do and yet we're not doing it. So no one knows how long this is going to be or whether there's going to be school like union last night push-back their start date to the closer to the end of April like TPS TPS's and I'm like at this point just like delayed indefinitely, we do not know what's going to happen a month from now. And So, my question to you is as a medical professional watching this what surprised you the most about how we'll keep it local about how tells the has handled this meal start with just the national like in my lifetime I'm almost fifty two years old I have. I've lived through crises before arguably I've lived through wars. I was a kid during the Vietnam era really remember any of that but I lived through the Gulf War I lived through nine eleven and. Every time those kinds of national crises happen obviously during Vietnam there was a great deal of splitting in our country. We eventually got to the point where I think majority of people were opposed to are vulnerable, but I've never seen a national crisis of this level where we've had. Not, just we've had no national response almost none to speak of, and I think for our national leadership to to really pumped it to the states is really telling and it's really disappointing and frightening. Frankly, we just have really no leadership role modeling locally. It becomes complex right because we have a patchwork of these. And I know Bruce Start personally man I known professionally I. Think He's done an outstanding job of being clear and consistent and he's communicated well, and the Tulsa. Health Department has been out front at this the whole way but. You run into these problems if Tulsa county or Tulsa the city has a stay at home order shelter in place people call those basically mean the same thing some people will about the terminology or what's really very current at the moment is are we going to have a masking edict? One of one of the issues with that is let's say we didn't tell so broken Arrow and a oiseaux just to pick to a a south north community they're not necessarily GonNa go along with that and so the. Virus doesn't respect borders everybody says that everybody knows that. So we have people who probably commutes or work live in one place work in the other, and if they're moving around obeying one set of guidelines or recommendations or in the case of Statue of an ordinance, an actual law, they may not do the May not be obligated to do so in the other community. So it gets very complicated. So that's where you wish that the higher level whether it be the state or the federal government would be consistent. On this issue. And I think the mayor has seen some of 'em a fan of the mayor but I've seen his definitely taken a hit to his reputation at least probably arguing the progressive community and a lot of that had to do with the trump rally that was scheduled for Tulsa and he appeared to Kowtow to go. He'd been very very consistent on his recommendations..

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As COVID-19 surges in Oklahoma, health experts raise concerns about Trump's rally

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

01:05 min | 2 years ago

As COVID-19 surges in Oklahoma, health experts raise concerns about Trump's rally

"And Tulsa county Oklahoma where the president is set to hold a rally Saturday reported its highest number of new coronavirus cases as of yesterday a top health official in Tulsa concerned about the large gatherings ahead of the president's visit this weekend I have the same concerns as the CDC regarding large in person gatherings where it's difficult for people to individuals to remain space at least six feet apart and attendees travel from outside the local area are the highest risk for transmission Tulsa health department executive director Dr Bruce start announced a new one date actor for coronavirus cases in the county needs urging those going to a large gatherings like the rally that the president is having to wear face covering or mask that covers the nose and mouth Tulsa's mayor GT Bynum thrilled though the president is coming to town we're going to to welcome president at the Tulsa this weekend and I'm grateful that he wants to highlight our city and the hard work and sacrifice the toxins that made to protect one another over the last several months binder said it's an honor for the president to visit here to folks to take precautions against getting the virus if they venture out this

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COVID-19 cases reach record daily high in Tulsa, Oklahoma

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

01:18 min | 2 years ago

COVID-19 cases reach record daily high in Tulsa, Oklahoma

"The United States is still in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic averaging, twenty thousand new cases and hundreds of deaths every day more than one hundred fifteen thousand people have died from the virus, and while the situation is improving in some of the hardest hit cities in the northeast. There's an alarming rise in cases in the south and west, as states moved to reopen Florida and Texas. Both reported record daily high numbers of cases this week and today. Tulsa County Oklahoma reported its highest ever daily increase in cases. Tulsa is where Donald. Donald Trump plans to hold a campaign rally one week from tonight in an outdoor arena, even though trump's own CDC just released new guidelines that say that the highest risk of corona virus is in quote, large person gatherings where it's difficult for individuals to remain spaced at least six feet apart and attendees travel from outside the local area and quote that might be why the campaign is making ten signed waivers, saying they can't sue if they contract corona virus meanwhile the white. House economic adviser Larry cudlow downplayed the virus numbers today. I spoke to our health experts at some length last evening. They're saying there is no second spike. Let me repeat that there is no second spike.

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"tulsa county" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"tulsa county" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Tools that talk soon turned action by seven thirty that night hundreds of whites who gathered outside the Tulsa county courthouse isn't that ironic demanding that the authorities hand over this black man Dick realm but the sheriff refused to do so so about nine o'clock after reports of the dire conditions downtown reached Greenwood the black community twenty five armed black men many of whom were World War one veterans March down to the courthouse and offered their services to the cops to help protect Mr Rowan who was in the county jail but your phone mail obviously I say obviously because we'll share of those with a bunch of what World War one veterans well I don't I don't need no stinkin help and then about ten o'clock that night a false rumor it green would that the whites that had surrounded the courthouse will storming the courthouse this time there was another contingent of blackmail upwards of seventy five they went back to the courthouse if you get offered their services to the authorities ember again turn Dale as they were trying to lease a white man tried to take the gun away from one of the black veterans a shot was fired in the riots began.

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A Decade Of Watching Black People Die

Short Wave

05:54 min | 2 years ago

A Decade Of Watching Black People Die

"Family of Kentucky Woman, shot and killed by police is demanding answers. The former, his son both white are accused of killing the unarmed black man again with the breaking news for Minneapolis violent protests raged for a second straight night, following the death of George Floyd after being arrested by a Minneapolis police officer last night, protesters turned their attention to the city's. The last few weeks have been filled with devastating news stories about police killing black people. And what is sick is that these stories have become the kind of news that we in the business call evergreen their stories that are always relevant and always in season, these calamities are so familiar. This point they're details have begun to echo each other July. Twenty fourteen, a cell phone video captured some of Eric Garner's final words as New York City Police officers sat on his head and pinned him to the ground on a city sidewalk. I can't breathe. Or May twenty fifth of this year those same words were spoken by George Floyd. Just before he died, he pleaded for release, as an officer kneeled on his neck in pins of the ground on a Minneapolis City Street, so we're at the point with verbiage, people used to plead for their lives can be re purposed as shorthand for completely different stories and part of our job here coast, which is to conceptualize and make sense of news like this. But genus is hard to come up with something new to say you know things we haven't already said or things we have already recorded protesters saying when we were both in Ferguson in August of twenty fourteen after Michael. Brown was killed by the police or when we were in Baltimore after Freddie Gray's death. I spent the day with junior. High school kids in West. Baltimore where Freddie Gray was from on the first day. Let kids return to school after all the protests and I will never forget the eighth grade boy who raised his hand to ask. Why have white people been killing us in slavery and they're still killing us. He said that on Wednesday April Twenty Ninth Twenty fifteen. Since it's so hard to come up with any fresh insights about this phenomenon. We thought we would look back to another time. When the nation turned collective attention to this perpetual problem. Jamile Smith Senior Writer for Rolling Stone magazine. In when I was at the new republic. wrote an article entitled. What does seeing black men die? Do for you. It was published on April Thirteenth Two Thousand Fifteen. We get to see black men tortured or killed by police a lot more often these days. So, it's worth recalling why a generation ago. It mattered so much to see what happened to Rodney King. Now the story that might never have surfaced if someone hadn't picked up his home video camera. We've all seen. We have certainly seen the black and white photographs and videos depicting police abuse of African Americans. And we'd seen the grainy images of lynchings passed. But the conventional ignorance was that this wasn't the America. We lived in now. Officers beating a man they had just pulled over. This was the early nineties after all. This was in America that viewed law enforcement in the context of the popular reality, show cops, and were Morton Downey Junior tabloid television style made uncensored aggression a form of entertainment. But when George Holidays video surface chuck him with batons of between fifty three and fifty six times signal to a lot of citizens, just how bad police violence visited upon marginalized communities, actually was six kicks and one officer one kick people either didn't know what was happening. or willfully ignorant of it. They needed to wake up. Say The Los. Angeles Police Department has a history of brutality and misconduct that goes back a quarter of a century day. We are not sure that the police is there to protect us. The fear of becoming the next Rodney King is still here. But what has changed is how often we are viewing that fear being realized. Jamal goes on to write that the ubiquity of cell phone cameras and dashboard cameras means this uncensored horror has become available on demand. He says he watched twenty two year old Oscar grant get shot and killed by a police officer on Youtube before it made it to broadcast news. That happened in Oakland in two thousand, nine on New Year's Day. And it really marked the beginning of this grim genre, in which the slain become memorialized as Hashtags Hashtag justice for Oscar grant and remember Walters Gun Eric Harris, Jomo rights videos of them, being killed became public almost back to back in two thousand fifteen. Both men were running away when the shots were fired. Walter Scott Fifty was trying to escape North Charleston police officer Michael slager. Who Shot him eight times in the back? Before planning evidence near his body to support a false account of the incident. Eric Harris was running from a team of Tulsa County deputies when Elderly Insurance Executive Robert Bates. WHO's donations to the SHERIFF'S OFFICE IN MODICUM? Training earned him the title of Reserve Deputy. Shot him dead.

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"tulsa county" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"tulsa county" Discussed on KTOK

"For more deaths from corona virus in Oklahoma I'm Beth Myers in the news radio one thousand Katie okay new center the number of coronavirus cases and deaths in Oklahoma continue a steady increase here's Margot marrano there have been four more deaths from corona virus in Oklahoma two in Tulsa county one in Stevens county and one in Muskogee county that makes a total of thirty four deaths in the state the number of positive confirmed cases is up to eight hundred seventy nine more than two hundred fifty people are hospitalized governor Kevin Stitt has declared a catastrophic health emergency for all seventy seven counties in Oklahoma for the next thirty days the order triggers an automatic special session of the legislature to approve or not approve the health emergency that session will begin at eight AM on Monday at the state capitol under a health emergency the governor says his office is granted broader powers to waive certain regulatory requirements as well as the ability to coordinate a cohesive statewide response among city and county health departments you medicine says one of its nurses was attacked on her way to work officials are releasing many details but they say the perpetrator believed that the nurse due to her role as a health care worker was exposing the community to corona virus you says it is working with this employee and all of its employees to ensure their safety from the news radio one thousand Katie okay whether studio heated by hill and company your train comfort specialist it's hard to top the hill very windy today warm with a high of seventy two scattered storms tonight a low of forty two only up to a high in the mid forties on Friday with a sixty percent chance of rain early I'm Beth Myers Katie okay news radio one thousand J. T. okay studios are service.

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"tulsa county" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"tulsa county" Discussed on KTOK

"Child sex abuse complaints fifty nine year old James Jackson of what Tomko was arrested yesterday he was booked into the Hughes county jail on complaints of aggravated criminal sexual abuse of a minor the Fulton Illinois police department is investigating the allegations Oklahoma U. S. senator James Lankford trying to dispel rumors about his personal health here's Margot marrano Oklahoma U. S. senator James Lankford says the rumors are not true he has not tested positive for corona virus not only but not just deposit not even been tested out many symptoms haven't been around anybody so that's not true he says he's had very limited contact with other people those in his office have been working remotely from home affective immediately Tulsa mayor GT Bynum is close to city playgrounds sports courts and dog parks to stop the spread of coronavirus we have to be smart about it and getting together and playing on playground equipment when we cannot sanitize it every day is not a smart thing to be doing getting a giant groups of people and playing volleyball and basketball is not a smart thing to be he says people should still get out of their house and visit open spaces and trails but stately six feet apart Oklahoma City mayor David Holt has also asked parents to keep children off playground equipment where the corona virus can live for up to two weeks the number of coronavirus cases in Oklahoma continues to soar it's now up to two hundred forty eight that's an increase from one sixty four on Wednesday the state health department says the increase is likely related to an increase in testing in the state there have been seven deaths in Cleveland Oklahoma policy and Tulsa counties more than eighty people are hospitalized I'm Jacquelyn Scott governor Kevin Stitt.

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"tulsa county" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"tulsa county" Discussed on KTOK

"Our forecast is coming up the state health department says Oklahoma now has ten confirmed cases of covert nineteen three are in Tulsa county to are in Oklahoma county and Canadian Cleveland Jackson campaign counties each have one the health department says the patients range in age from twenty to sixty nine with six of them older than fifty officials are still waiting for test results for at least twenty nine others the Oklahoma medical research foundation says a drug originally developed to fight malaria is showing promise to fight the covert nineteen corona virus there is currently no vaccine for corona virus the drug under testing changes the PH ed has been effective in treating autoimmune diseases like lupus state school superintendent joy Hofmeister says it was not as simple decision to make the state board of education yesterday approved a recommendation to close all public schools in Oklahoma until at least April sixth that's two weeks after spring break there are hurdles as we as an agency will and will address so that schools can remain closed for as long as is needed to protect the health and well being of our children our students are teachers who serve them she says the closure will include all instructional services and extracurricular activities but not a central clerical activities maintenance and nutrition services starting to day access to the state capital is being restricted to prevent the spread of the corona virus house speaker Charles McCall says the change will protect the public health while allowing the legislature to keep working so the government can continue functioning we are committed to finish finishing this constitutional session and fulfilling our con two tional duties to the people of the state of Oklahoma he says access will be restricted to elected state officials the central capital staff credentialed members of the news media and state employees invited to a central meetings the US house passes I tweaked version of the corona virus response bill here's Jackie upon yes house lawmakers unanimously approving a renowned corona virus bill the trump administration and house speaker Nancy Pelosi hammering out negotiations after a pass last weekend it includes paid emergency leave for American.

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"tulsa county" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"tulsa county" Discussed on KTOK

"Tax credit for the cost of the license and the cost of taking mandated testing or continuing education requirements I'm Jacquelyn Scott paramedic who work for a life flight company out of weather for has been sentenced to six months in federal prison for tampering with medications on board prosecutors allege thirty four year old Colin Davis of Oklahoma City removed fentanyl and cameramen from vials and replaced the liquid with a sterile saline solution Sentinel is an opiate and can I mean is an analgesic prosecutors say Davis took the drugs for his personal use and that one flight act to be canceled because he was so disoriented he was unable to perform his duties he was sentenced yesterday in Oklahoma City federal court Tulsa county authorities say a dispute involving two associates of a white supremacist prison gang led to the death of one man and the other being held on murder complained the Tulsa county sheriff's office is recommending a first degree murder charge against thirty one year old Cody Lee former I'm Jacquelyn Scott there are palm city today we'll see a high of only forty six degrees but unlike yesterday the winds will be calm that's a big improvement while decreasing cloud cover as well tonight clear cold and calm temperatures drop into the upper twenties and tomorrow we'll see highs in the low to mid fifties wins out of the south just ten miles per hour with sunshine fifty four for Thursday and staying in the mid fifties for Friday our next storm system arrives on Sunday with a big cool down the four one storm center meteorologist family Sutton newsradio one thousand Katie okay studios are service of universal men's clinic for medical solutions for Edea low team learn more at universal men's clinic dot com Patrick here with the well preserved advisor group are you overwhelmed with all the emails letters phone calls that you receive every single day about your Medicare options would you like to know an easy way to simplify all of this your answers yes and give our office a call four oh five eight four.

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"tulsa county" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"tulsa county" Discussed on KTOK

"Dot com check out the video when you get a chance it didn't take long to get this suspect no there was a stabbing yesterday and Norman and just about two hours after that they arrested a suspect I'm Beth Myers in the news radio one thousand Katie okay new center where you get traffic and weather together mornings and afternoons their activities brown forty sunny laying around but at least on forty macarthur injury accident north east eighteenth and MLK rogaine total traffic hello tonight in the low seventies and then what we can it's going to be a high of one hundred on Saturday one hundred one on Sunday well Norman police tell us that they have arrested a suspect now in connection to an incident yesterday outside the McDonald's at twelve Avenue southeast in Alameda where a juvenile boy was stabbed during a fight the boy was taken to the hospital he was admitted in stable condition police say twenty seven year old with gang Johnston left the scene before officers got there but he was eventually located and arrested on a charge of assault with a dangerous weapon a talent qual man has been arrested for allegedly making online threats to shoot up the Macintosh county courthouse in you follow the Muskogee newspaper says Anthony hammer wrote on Facebook he was ready to go to war and he said he wouldn't stop until he was killed well the FBI found hammer is girlfriend hiding in an SUV he was arrested after a brief standoff investigators say it appears that he was angry over a child custody issue and a body found overnight on the grounds of the northeast Oklahoma correctional center in Benita has been identified as an inmate who walked away from the minimum security prison on Tuesday here's Megan bishop the body a fifty two year old Ricky Batres was found behind it outdoor storage area and investigators say it appears he took his own life he was serving a four year sentence out of Tulsa county for second degree burglary from the news.

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Protection sought for marijuana patient information in Oklahoma lawsuit

Lee Mathews

00:41 sec | 3 years ago

Protection sought for marijuana patient information in Oklahoma lawsuit

"A lawsuit filed in Tulsa county seeking to stop the release of medical marijuana patient information to Oklahoma law enforcement here's Megan bishop changes to the law that go into effect later this month might allow the information to be released the law requires information on medical marijuana licenses to be made available electronically to law enforcement the lawsuit seeking to stop the release has nearly a dozen plaintiffs so far currently they're suing the state health department the Oklahoma medical marijuana authority state department of public safety and the Oklahoma law enforcement telecommunications

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Oklahoma confirms 3 West Nile cases

Lee Mathews

00:45 sec | 3 years ago

Oklahoma confirms 3 West Nile cases

"Com. West Nile virus confirmed, Oklahoma State Department of health is confirmed. The first three human cases of West Nile this season. The cases have been confirmed in Canadian grant, and Tulsa counties. It's spread through the bite of the selects mosquito, which feeds on infected birds and then transmits the virus when biting humans horses, and some other mammals best way to avoid it. Number one, stay healthy number to make sure any standing water in your house is gone, or like water features throughout the Matthews mansion backyard, and you can get these little larva side donuts. You put in there, and it keeps the larva of the mosquito from from breeding, so you won't get a lot more mosquitoes in your

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Rescuers search for survivors after Oklahoma tornado kills at least two

WBZ Morning News

01:35 min | 3 years ago

Rescuers search for survivors after Oklahoma tornado kills at least two

"A tornado tearing apart El Reno Oklahoma last night, killing two ABC's, rob Marciano reports there have been a staggering one hundred six. Sixty four reported twisters in eleven states in the past week overnight. A frantic search for survivors after tornado barreled through Oklahoma killing at least two people and this morning officials feared that number could rise a mobile home park, taking a direct hit recent flying as powerful winds and rain, rip through the area leading over fifty thousand people without power across the state buildings reduced to rubble a week of strong storms leaving homes along the Arkansas river almost completely submerged in Tulsa county keystone dam releasing water. At more than one point eight million gallons per second putting immense pressure on the levees there. And in a water people urged to conserve water after treatment plant was shut down when rising floodwaters reached the electrical panels county leaders say they could run out of clean drinking water at any time. D mutual reports these intense storms not letting up anytime soon. Severe weather is expected to stretch into next week with more thunder. Storms. Damaging winds hail flash flooding and possibly tornadoes today. We'll bring intense storms from southern Nebraska to the Texas panhandle people from Indiana to the mid Atlantic region can expect severe thunderstorms. The biggest area of concern is flooding because the ground in most of these states, are saturated in water levels, or high fifty thousand people losing power during the latest. Twisters hitting

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"tulsa county" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"tulsa county" Discussed on KTOK

"There in the sky two sky to event area really devastating floods there highway twenty and bird creek is totally out. So I had a great view from from from the air there. The US army corps of engineers today started to release more water through the keystone dam, upstream of Tulsa, into the already flooded. Arkansas river and the Tulsa county sheriff's office has been advising people living in parts of Tulsa. Turley Sciutto experi, Collinsville, Bixby Jenks, and broken arrow and sand springs to evacuate if they live in flood prone areas, also downstream, there's a big worry about flooding. There was an evacuation order for the town of Webbers falls in Muskogee county, people are being told to leave because of the expected flooding, and they're even going door to door and saying, if you're gonna stay right your information in permanent marker on your arm. That's if you're going to be staying and you live along the Arkansas river in Webbers falls and his Lee mentioned. It's a very sad situation in Logan county for people along the Cimarron river in crescent, which has been rising already. One house has fallen into the river. There are others in the twin lakes edition, that are pretty much teetering on the riverbank in the northeast part of the state, Tulsa county emergency management director, Joe Crowley, check says the most important thing that you can do, right. Now is have a way to get your severe weather information. This point in time. What we're recommending is everybody keep some form of communication nearby so they can receive up to date information if you hear formation from local.

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"tulsa county" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"tulsa county" Discussed on KTOK

"They will enforce and sustain this pay raise, and we'll make these documents available online for the public to see stead says it's the first time in state history that Oklahoma, teachers will receive a pay raise for a second year in a row. The budget also includes a fourteen hundred. Dollar pay raise for state employees say school superintendent joy Hofmeister says that twenty twenty budget deal announced yesterday shows lawmakers made it a priority to listen act. And what is important to Oklahoma? And we know that education affects every Oklahoma and we know that this budget, reflects the desire and the prioritization to be the top. In addition to the teacher pay raise the budget, also fully funds, a third grade reading initiative for the first time in state history and provides an additional seventy four million dollars for schools to use to hire more teachers or counselors or address their unique needs a mother accused of stabbing one of her daughters, and kidnapping another a year ago is scheduled to be sentenced today to hear a mod plead guilty in Tulsa county district court authorities say she stabbed her eleven year old daughter, more than fifty times, set their house on fire and took off with her eight-year-old daughter causing an amber. Alert. Her nine year old daughter, escaped, and ran for help Ahmad was found the next day with her eight-year-old, daughter all three girls survive. She reportedly told police she'd gotten upset because of the way the girls were reading and looking at her. The university of Oklahoma board of regents will meet tonight. You discuss the next steps to replace school president James Galilee is returning to retirement. They're expected to discuss and consider Galilee,.

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"tulsa county" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"tulsa county" Discussed on KTOK

"In the four regions. I'm Dave Anthony. This is Fox News. Time in a cops death. Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott in the news center. And this is Oklahoma. First news, spring still a couple of days away. But it'll still feel like spring today. Our forecast is coming up a woman convicted of second degree murder in the twenty seventeen shooting death of twenty two year old to police officer just Terni gets twenty five years in prison. A jury convicted Twenty-four-year-old Brooklyn and yell Williams last month Turney was killed March. Twenty sixth two thousand seventeen the daughter of Tulsa county district. Judge is charged with a salt and battery with a dangerous weapon for allegedly stabbing. Her mother in the leg twenty-eight-year-old Adrian Smith is accused of stabbing. Judge Sharon homes at her home. Police say Smith told officers her mother fell on a knife while Smith was in another room. A man has been book into the Tulsa county jail accused of trying to exchange meth for a gun. Police say Omar Ramirez didn't realize he'd message to police. Officer on social media police say Ramirez, brought more than fifty grams of crystal meth with him when he showed up to get the gun. He was booked into jail on drug and gang crime complaints. The state Senate has passed a Bill to ensure more state contracts are awarded to Oklahoma businesses. Senator rob standards of Norman authored the bell. What I'm trying to do. And I think what a lot of people would like to see done is to use Oklahoma companies to do work in Oklahoma for the state and all the entities that we kind of control and to build wealth to provide jobs to do those things here in Oklahoma. Well, the worst small for state. We can do a lot better at growing.

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"tulsa county" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"tulsa county" Discussed on KTOK

"New sit around this is Oklahoma's first news springs until Wednesday. But you wouldn't know it today. Our forecast is coming up governor Kevin Stitz plan to separate himself from his business interests gets a green light from attorney general Mike hunter, the G says stood has taken clear steps to avoid conflict of interest stood was the founder and CEO of gateway mortgage group, which is currently being converted into gateway. I Bank Oklahoma supreme court Justice John reef says he's retiring next month. He's been Justice for more than eleven years. Roofs. Retiring April thirtieth he was appointed to the court in October two thousand seven no injuries or damage reported from three point zero magnitude earthquake near Edmund it was recorded Saturday night about seven miles north west of Edmond. Edmund man is dead after a crash on the Indian nation turnpike near Henrietta. Saturday's crash killed twenty five year old Alexander McAlpine. Who was a passenger in a vehicle that hit the back of a pickup? Pulling a travel trailer that was disabled on the shoulder of the turnpike. The cause of the crash is under investigation. The daughter of a Tulsa county district judges charged with a salt and battery with a dangerous weapon for allegedly stabbing. Her mother in the leg. Twenty eight year old Adrian Smith is accused of stabbing. Judge Sharon homes at her home. Police say Smith told officers her mother fell on a knife while Smith was in another room. A man's been booked into the Tulsa county jail accused of trying to exchange meth for a gun. Police say Omar Ramirez didn't realize his message to police officer on social media police say Ramirez brought more than fifty grams of crystal meth with him when he showed up to get the gun. He was booked into jail on drug and gang crime.

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"tulsa county" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"tulsa county" Discussed on KTOK

"For those types of things to happen asked yesterday that he will retire effective may second. He's been police chief since two thousand three in its weekly flu update. The state health department reports eighteen people in Oklahoma have died from the flu for the two thousand eighteen twenty nineteen influenza season since September. There have been more than three hundred fifty hospitalization. Statewide officials say the majority of the deaths occurring in patients who were age sixty five or older sounds like a low in county man, let his fingers do the talking even after deputies showed up at his home as Calvin right explains. Turns out a Guthrie man who's facing charges of allegedly using social media, the contact whom he thought was a fourteen year old girl tried to delete a series of text messages. Thirty-seven-year-old Michael Bertran was arrested on Tuesday, investigators allege Bertrand engaged in graphic phone sex with a deputy who was posing as an underage. Girl. They say Bertrand was trying to delete text messages while deputies were speaking with his mother with whom he resides a federal judge is dismissing a civil rights lawsuit involving a Muslim woman who alleged she was forced to remove her job in public while attempting to enter the Tulsa county courthouse US district Judge Claire Egan dismissed the claims that the Tulsa county sheriff's office and four deputies violated the first amendment and the Oklahoma religious freedom act sue hot elk says, she was forced to remove her job in April in the presence of male deputies and that the sheriff's office neglected to accommodate our request to be searched by female deputies in their private space. Her attorney says an appeal is being considered. From the.

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"tulsa county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"tulsa county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Because of what he did me defended himself and shot a customer that pulled a gun on him and was actually engaged in. What police said was like an armed robbery because he grabbed these pictures on tell more here in a minute here said so anyway, no charges are going to be sought against former Walgreens clerk who shot and killed a man and injured two others journey an altercation inside the store last month homicide. Detectives will not submit an investigative report to the Tulsa county district attorney's office about the fatal shooting of William Adolf Hurley. Now. Now when you hear that name what what kind of picture, do you conjure up? William Adolf Hurley fifty two. Well, I saw that. I'm looking at it this morning. I'm going who the hell names gives her kid? The name Adolf as a middle name. Tulsa, police sergeant Brandon Watkins said nor does the attorney's office anticipate such a report to be submitted Watkins said the decision was based on evidence at the scene. Mr. Hurley the deceased had a gun. He got in an argument over pictures pulled a gun and grabbed the pictures Watkins said at that point it became an armed robbery. Walgreens spokesperson said the involves clerk is no longer with the company declined to comment further. But they didn't even give us the, you know, the the usual we wish him. Well, I always love that one. Right. We wish him. Well. We wish him. Well. Watkins said the former clerks actions were this. This is weird wording here to listen to this quote, unquote, pretty justifiable. That's not what you usually hear from law enforcement. Whether it's the police of the district attorney, they they will say justified or justifiable, but not pretty justifiable that struck me is a little odd. And that the clerk was in fear for his life. The shots that injured two people a customer and another employees were considered accidental. We'll call those ABC's. Hurley on December nineteenth entered. The Walgreens seventy first St Louis avenue to reportedly retrieve photographs that have been available at the location for the last year. The twenty year old clerk who has not been publicly identified attempted to verify Hurley was the owner of the photographs Hurley allegedly escalated the situation by point a firearm and taking the photographs from the clerk the clerk tried to distance himself from Hurley and contact nine eleven or nine one one at the time Watkins said and appeared Hurley was leaving. So if you're like me, what what are these pictures of why who who shoots somebody over pictures? Right. Why what was what turns out that the pictures actually were of his daughter who has died last year. So that might explain some of this doesn't justify it. Okay. That's sort of a sad twist to the story. Hurley allegedly escalated the situation by porna- firearm and taking the photographs from the clerk, I told you that park allegedly meet threats to kill the clerk around that time, and then return to the counter in an effort to cross over the clerk who has eight who's a concealed licensed concealed carry permit holder pulled his firearm and shot Hurley more coming up on the other side. I'll share that with you next. You're listening to the Joe my name is Pat Campbell PC information.

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"tulsa county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"tulsa county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Pat Campbell in fortunate phone one eight hundred eight zero one nine ninety nine tell you about a story that happened here in the Tulsa area back in in mid December and involved a clerk at a Walgreens who has subsequently lost his job. Because of what he did you defended himself and shot a customer that pulled a gun on him and was actually engaged in. What police said was an armed robbery because he grabbed these pictures talking more here in a minute here said so anyway, no charges are going to be sought against the former Walgreens clerk who shot and killed a man and injured two others journey an altercation inside the store last month. Homicide. Detectives will not submit an investigative report to the Tulsa county district attorney's office about the fatal shooting of William Adolf Hurley. Now when you hear that name what what kind of picture, do you conjure up? William Adolf early. Fifty two. Well, I saw that. I'm looking at this morning. I'm going who the hell names gives her kid the name off as a middle name. Tulsa, police sergeant Brandon Watkins said nor does the attorney's office anticipate such a report to be submitted Watkins said the decision was based on evidence at the scene. Mr. Hurley the deceased had a gun. He got an argument over pictures pulled a gun and grabbed the pictures Watkins said at that point it became an armed robbery. Walgreens spokesperson said the involves clerk is no longer with the company declined to comment further. But they didn't even give us the, you know, the the usual we wish him. Well, I always loved that one. Right. We wish him. Well. We wish him well Watkins said the former clerks actions were this. This is weird wording here. Listen to this, quote, unquote, pretty justifiable. That's not what you usually hear from law enforcement. Whether it's the police in the district attorney, they they will say justified or justifiable, but not pretty justifiable that struck me is a little odd and the clerk was in fear for his life. The shots that injured two people a customer in another employees were considered accident. We'll call those ABC's. Hurley on December nineteenth entered. The Walgreens seventy first St Louis avenue to reportedly retrieve photographs that had been available at the location for the last year. The twenty year old clerk who has not been publicly identified attempted to verify Hurley was the owner of the photographs Hurley allegedly escalated the situation by point a firearm and taking the photographs from the clerk the clerk tried to distance himself from Hurley and contact nine eleven nine one one at the time Watkins said and appeared Hurley was leaving. So if you're if you're like me, what what are these pictures of why who who shoot somebody over pictures? Right. Why why why what's what turns out that the pictures actually were of his daughter who has died in the last year? So that might explain some of this doesn't justify it. Okay. That's sort of a sad twist to the story. Hurley allegedly escalated the situation by porna- firearm and taking the photographs from the clerk told you that part allegedly meet threats to kill the clerk around that time, and then return to the counter in an effort to cross over the clerk who has a concealed licensed concealed carry permit holder, then pulled his firearm and shot Hurley more coming up on the other side. I'll share that with you next. You're listening to the Schnitt show. My name is Pat Campbell PC information.

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"tulsa county" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"tulsa county" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"You about a story that happened here in the Tulsa area back in mid December and involved a Kirk in a Walgreens who has subsequently lost his job because of what he did defended himself and shot a customer the pulled a gun on him and was actually engaged in. What police said was like an armed robbery because he grabbed these pictures talking more here in a minute here said so anyway, no charges are gonna be sought against the former Walgreens clerk who shot and killed a man and injured two others journey an altercation inside the store last month homicide. Detectives will not submit an investigative report to the Tulsa county district attorney's office about the fatal shooting of William Adolf Hurley. Now when you hear that name what what kind of picture, do you conjure up William? Mm-hmm. Adolf Hurley fifty two. When I saw that. I'm looking at it this morning. I'm going who the hell names gives her kid? The name off middle name. Tulsa, police sergeant Brandon Watkins said nor does the district attorney's office anticipate such a report to be submitted Watkins said the decision was based on evidence at the scene. Mr. Hurley the deceased had a gun. He got an argument over pictures pulled a gun and grabbed the pictures Watkins said at that point it became an armed robbery. Walgreens spokesperson said the involves clerk is no longer with the company and declined to comment further. But didn't even give us the, you know, the the usual we wish him. Well, I always loved that one. Right. We wish him. Well. We wish him. Well. Watkins said the former clerks actions were this. This is weird wording here to listen to this quote, unquote, pretty justifiable. That's not what you usually hear from law enforcement. Whether it's the police the district attorney, they will say justified or justifiable. But not pretty justifiable. That's a little odd. And the clerk was in fear for his life shots that injured two people a customer in another employees were considered accident. We'll call those ABC's. Hurley on December nineteenth entered the Walgreens and seventy first St Louis avenue to reportedly retrieve photographs that have been available at the location for the last year. The twenty year old clerk who has not been publicly identified attempted to verify Hurley was the owner of the photographs early allegedly escalated the situation by point a firearm and taking the photographs from the clerk the clerk tried to distance himself from Hurley and contact nine eleven or nine one one at the time Watkins said appeared Hurley was leaving. So if you're if you're like me, what what are these pictures of why who who shoot somebody over pictures? Right. Why why why what's what turns out that the pictures actually were up his daughter who has died in the last year. So that might explain some of this doesn't justify it. Okay. That's sort of a sad twist to the story. Hurley allegedly escalated the situation by porna- firearm and taking the photographs from the clerk, I told you that part allegedly meet threats to kill the clerk around that time, and then returned to the counter in an effort to cross over the clerk who has eight who's a concealed licensed concealed carry permit holder pulled his firearm and shot Hurley more coming up on the other side. I'll share that with you next. You're listening to the show. My name is Pat Campbell PC information.

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US STD rates reach record high, CDC says

Bill Handel

08:50 min | 4 years ago

US STD rates reach record high, CDC says

"Levels CDC says America's rates of syphilis gonorrhea chlamydia have gone up for the fourth straight year last year nearly two point three million cases in the. US were, diagnosed that's the, highest number ever reported nationwide the. Executive director of the national coalition of STD directors says it's time for President

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Oklahoma teen who killed parents, siblings gets life in prison

Glenn Beck

00:34 sec | 4 years ago

Oklahoma teen who killed parents, siblings gets life in prison

"A sentence handed down at a familiar Aside case that shocked the state and the nation more from Katie okays Calvin right teenagers charged in the broken arrow murders now knows his sentence. On Thursday at Tulsa county. Judge sentenced nineteen year old Michael Bevan to five life sentences consecutively with the possibility of parole he was sixteen. When the murders happened in July of two thousand fifteen bever. And his older brother Robert killed their parents and three siblings. One sister survived Robert Bevere pleaded guilty last year in serving life. Without

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