Archive: 07/12/18: Thursday
Homeless Survey Shows Overall Decrease, But More Living Outside
Oklahoma City's homeless population is on the decline. The annual point-in-time count was released Thursday, with 11% fewer people identifying themselves as homeless than last year, but there is actually an increase in people living on the streets.
Build-A-Bear Mayhem: Company Cancels "Pay Your Age" Sale Amid Massive Crowds, Safety Concerns
Despite crowds of children barely able to contain their excitement, Build-A-Bear Workshop halted its first-ever "Pay Your Age" sale on Thursday after chaos and long lines took over stores throughout the U.S. The discount let patrons purchase a furry friend according to how old the child is.
Papa John's Founder John Schnatter Resigns As Chairman Of Board After Using Racial Slur
Papa John's Pizza's founder John Schnatter may have resigned as chairman of the restaurant chain's board of directors following news that he used a racial slur in a conference call, but he still owns a substantial stake in the company.
FBI Agent, GOP Chairman Get Into Shouting Match In Fiery 15-Minute Exchange
In a testy hearing full of heated exchanges, perhaps the most memorable — at least, in the early hours of what is sure to be an emotionally charged, all-day hearing — was one between former FBI Agent Peter Strzok and House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy.