Archive: 3/1/10: Monday
Fate Of Record Tulsa Public Schools' Bond Issue Now Up To VotersTulsa voters are casting their ballots Tuesday in the largest school bond in Oklahoma's history. The massive $354 million bond for Tulsa Public Schools would pay for major building upgrades and everything from new classrooms and computers to books and buses.
Tulsa Public Schools | List Of All Proposed Improvements
Sister Of Tulsa Homicide Victim Angry Due To Lack Of InformationTulsa police officers say more than 100 people saw Tony Verner dying in the parking lot of the Chicken Hut restaurant Sunday. When police and paramedics arrived, they say everyone was uncooperative.
Restaurant Patrons Step Over Shooting Victim To Reach Pick-up Window
Rough Going For Tulsa Commuters Over The Next YearIn addition to all the city roadwork that's getting started, ODOT has eight major road projects underway -- touching every busy highway except the Broken Arrow Expressway.
Oklahoma Department of Transportation | Find the latest road construction projects in and around Tulsa.
Thirty-Five Tulsa Police Officers Back At WorkThe Tulsa Police Department is 35 officers stronger Monday. Officer Aubrie Thompson is one of the officers who took the oath of office Monday for the second time in her career. The first time was five years ago to the day.
Tulsa Police | City of Tulsa | FOP Local 93