Archive: 1/11/17: Wednesday
Trump Talks Russia, Obamacare And Border Wall At News Conference
Defiant and unyielding, President-elect Donald Trump on Wednesday adamantly denied reports that Russia had obtained compromising personal and financial information about him, calling it a “tremendous blot” on the record of the intelligence community if it had released such material.
Bridenstine In Talks With Trump Transition TeamRepresentative Jim Bridenstine met with the Transition Team at Trump Tower in early December, a representative from Bridenstine's office confirmed to News On 6. He also met and with vice president-elect Mike Pence in Washington around the same time. His office sent us a statement about Bridenstine's meeting: "They discussed space and national defense issues. There have been numerous reports in the news and industry blogs that the Congressman is being considered as a possi...
TPD Needs Help Identifying Woman Who Used Stolen ID, CheckThe Tulsa Police Department’s Financial Crimes Unit needs help identifying a person of interest they said used a check and ID stolen from a victim's car. The tag on the vehicle is also stolen from a different crime, police said. If you can identify the woman, contact Detective Sergeant Ali Maurer at email@example.com or 918-596-9209. You can remain anonymous by calling Crime Stoppers at 918-596-COPS with any information. Reference #2016065263 and 2016079252.
Another Very Windy And Warm Day For Eastern Oklahoma
One more spring-like day will occur today with highs this afternoon moving into the lower and mid-70's along with gusty south to southwest winds and a high fire danger across most of the state. A wind advisory will be required for most of the area today.
New State Bill Would Lower Suspensions To Third Grade
As Oklahoma class sizes continue to grow, and as funding for schools shrink, teachers are at their wits’ end, trying to deal with unruly students. But a new Oklahoma bill is looking for a solution to the problem by lowering the state's out-of-school suspension grade from sixth to third.