Archive: 11/16/10: Tuesday
Feds Pushing Mandatory Helmet Law For Oklahoma MotorcyclistsOklahoma law requires only people 17 and younger to wear a helmet. The feds say that must change because the number of people dying on motorcycles is more than all the people who die in planes, trains, boats and in pipeline accidents combined.
National Transportation Safety Board
Four-Year-Old Muskogee Stabbing Victim RememberedFriends and family remembered four-year-old Dakota Lane Tuesday afternoon in Muskogee. Lane died during a home invasion last week after investigators said he was stabbed 36 times with a pair of scissors.
Muskogee Courtroom Packed For Man Charged In Stabbing Death
PSO To Make Improvements To Fly Ash Site In OologahPSO unveiled the improvements planned for its fly ash landfill in Oologah Tuesday. The announcement comes after tests revealed the ground water is contaminated there and headed straight for the Verdigris River.
Oklahoma Fails Small Town In Fly Ash Regulation
Annual 'Coats For Kids' Campaign Underway In Green CountryThe late Jim Giles started the program to help Green Country children stay warm during the winter. This year, News On 6 Chief Meteorologist Travis Meyer is taking up the cause in honor of Jim's memory.
Walmart Teams Up With News On 6 For 'Coats For Kids'