Tulsa, OK – Peoria is closed at I-44 for the next three months. The flood prevention project, coupled with the I-44 widening is taking a toll on business. Bob McKenzie owns CiCi's Pizza at 49th and Peoria.
He says the impact has already been felt when the on-and-off ramps were closed. Now, with Peoria closed, he says the impact could be huge.
McKenzie has tried to be pro-active by mailing his data base and sending out fliers to regular customers advising of the construction work
Oklahoma City, OK – State leaders were called upon today to immediately meet in special session to stop more than $7 million in budget cuts that will lead to the closing of senior nutrition centers statewide and imperil the lives of thousands of Oklahoma's oldest citizens, state Sen. Kenneth Corn said today.
Barnsdall, OK – 4 killed in head-on crash in Osage County
BARNSDALL, Okla. (AP) Three Ohio women and one from Michigan have been killed in a head-on collision on State Highway 11 in northern Oklahoma.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol identifies the dead as 69-year-old Christine Fulghum, 85-year-old Martha Jacobs and Lavonne Gantt all of Toledo, Ohio, and 84-year-old Norma Otterstetter of Southgate, Mich.
Tulsa, OK – The search is on for suspects into an overnight shooting spree in Tulsa. It happened just before three Sunday morning, when someone fired shots into a bar near 12th and Memorial. The bar was closed but employees were inside cleaning. Police report three people, including an off-duty Tulsa Police officer were hit. The officer was there to pick-up his wife who works at the bar. Police have no suspects at this time and detectives have been assigned to the case. EMSA reports the three victims were in serious condition.
Tulsa, OK – Tulsa needs to cut $3 million more from budget
TULSA, Okla. (AP) Tulsa governmental leaders say the state's second-largest city will have to cut $3 million from its budget because of declining sales tax revenues.
Mayor Kathy Taylor says her management team will meet next week to consider possible actions. During the city budget planning process, a $2.9 million group of cuts was prepared in case the city's revenues continued falling.
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