BIXBY, Okla. (AP) - The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation says a juvenile suspect has died following an officer-involved shooting in northeastern Oklahoma. Investigators says the male juvenile died Sunday afternoon following an early-morning shooting in Bixby, located about 16 miles southeast of Tulsa. Bixby police responded to reports of an assault with a weapon at a residence about 5 a.m. and learned that someone had taken a vehicle.
TULSA, Okla. (AP) - Authorities in Tulsa say they have no suspects in a deadly overnight shooting. Television station KJRH reports that the shooting occurred about 2 a.m. Sunday at a strip mall on the city's north side. Investigators say a male victim argued with a woman and then followed the woman to a nearby nightclub when an unknown assailant shot the victim multiple times.
MIAMI, Okla. (AP) - The legal process for a Kansas man facing charges in the 1999 disappearance of two Oklahoma girls is continuing slowly as the teenagers' families wait for answers. The Miami News-Record reports that a Craig County district judge has postponed Ronnie Dean Busick's case until September in the next step to schedule a preliminary hearing. The new court date was set after prosecutor Erin Oquin and Busick's attorney Gretchen Mosely met for nearly two hours discussing discovery in the case.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - BancFirst is proceeding with plans for an extensive renovation of Cotter Ranch Tower in anticipation of its $23 million purchase of the bankrupt landmark in downtown Oklahoma City. The Oklahoman reports that the tower languished under the ownership of the late James Cotter of Texas. The property ended up in receivership and then bankruptcy after Cotter's death. BancFirst Executive Chairman David Rainbolt said the redevelopment also would allow the bank to increase its downtown workforce.
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