Archive: 11/5/17: Sunday
OKCFD Responds To Fire On First National's 26th Floor
A fire sparked on the 26th floor of the First National Center a little before noon on Sunday. Oklahoma City Fire Department stated the fire was contained only to the fire floor and did not spread to any other floors. An initial sweep also found nobody on the floor so there are no injuries to report.
Edmond's Armstrong Auditorium Lines Up November Shows
Armstrong Auditorium in Edmond is hosting Christopher O'Riley and Pablo Ziegler on Thursday, Nov. 9, at 7:30 p.m. The keyboard virtuosos present a spicy, entertaining program filled with Latin flavor. The duo will team up on Armstrong Auditorium's two Hamburg Steinway grand pianos. Christopher O'Riley is a pianist and radio host of National Public Radio's From the Top. He is best known for his groundbreaking arrangements with Radiohead, En...
Former U.S. Prosecutors: Despite White House Statements, Russia Probe Is Just Beginning
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders insists that she expects Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election "to conclude soon," after two indictments were handed down and a guilty plea was filed on Monday. However, two former U.S. prosecutors are saying those developments suggest the very opposite: That things are just getting going.
GOP Tax Plan: 3 Lessons For Trump In Reagan's Cuts
Standard political rhetoric always garlands any tax plan as being a big help to the middle class and less-fortunate citizens. The new House plan is no exception. Indeed, its proponents make much of keeping the top individual tax rate at 39.6 percent.