Assisted by Tulsa Police, agents with Oklahoma Department of Corrections Office of Fugitive Apprehension and Investigations arrested Troy Peiffer Monday night in Tulsa.
Peiffer, who walked away Dec. 16, 2017, from Jim E. Hamilton Correctional Center in Hodgen, was arrested at the 21st Street and Memorial Road area. He had been living homeless and begging for money from drivers in Tulsa. Continue reading
With Americans losing over $100 billion through gambling each year, personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2018’s Most Gambling-Addicted States.
To find where gambling addiction is most prevalent, WalletHub compared the 50 states across 19 key metrics. Oklahoma is first in the nation in casinos per capita. Continue reading
Governor Mary Fallin signs House Bill 2913 on Monday.
Governor Mary Fallin today signed a bill that creates a pilot program, overseen by state agriculture officials and Oklahoma’s higher education institutions, allowing permits to grow industrial hemp.
House Bill (HB) 2913 creates the Oklahoma Industrial Hemp Agricultural Pilot Program. Continue reading
In the ultimate warm-up concerts; QuikTrip, BOK Center and Pepsi are throwing a free street party prior to both of George Strait’s sold-out Tulsa performances at BOK Center on Friday, June 1 and Saturday, June 2 from 5:00 – 7:15PM.
The pre-concert Street Parties feature Country Artists Jerrod Niemann and Tulsa Native Joe Diffie. Continue reading
Analysis: The six Oklahoma Republicans campaigning for governor over the past year will meet tonight and you can watch online. They are set to appear at a forum sponsored by The Oklahoman at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. Newsok.com will provide live streaming of the forum, with questions scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m.
A total of 15 people filed for governor: 10 Republicans, two Democrats and three Libertarians. I bet at least seven filed as a bucket-list check off, but maybe a partridge in a pear tree can win. The serious nature of the job suggests filing is not the best time to begin a statewide campaign to reach over three million people. Continue reading