Archive: 07/23/18: Monday
News 9, News On 6 To Host Live Attorney General Runoff Debate
Griffin Communications announced today News 9 and News On 6 will host a live attorney general runoff debate between Gentner Drummond and Mike Hunter as Oklahomans prepare to head to the polls to choose the Republican candidate who will run against Democrat Mark Myles in November.
Beloved Dog Mauled By 4 Loose Dogs In His Own YardA beloved family pet is mauled by four dogs, and the owner says she doesn’t have the cash for the vet bills. The pet owner says her dog was right where he was supposed to be, in his own fenced in yard, when he was attacked. "I'm scared I'm going to lose him. I've had him since he was six weeks old." The dog’s owner Terresa Wilson said. Wilson’s 6-year-old dog Jax is a 115-pound lap dog who greets everyone with a gentle nudge of the nose...
Copper Thefts Create Construction Complication For OKC Boulevard ProjectA few more blocks of the OKC Boulevard will be opening up to drivers in the next couple of months. Crews began pouring concrete near Boulevard and Hudson Monday. “Hopefully in the next two months people will see more pavement of the Boulevard on the eastside, so they can get to downtown easier,” ODOT spokesperson Terry Angier said. This project is unique to ODOT. Instead of waiting for the entire $27 million boulevard project to be completed next summer, completed sect...
Trump Considering Revoking 6 Ex-Obama Officials’ Clearance
President Donald Trump is considering revoking the security clearances of six former Obama-era officials who have been critical of his administration, a move that opponents say would be an unprecedented politicization of the clearance process.
Letter Details Plan To Improve Oklahoma Election Security
As concerns about election security persist less than four months from the primary elections, the secretary of Oklahoma’s Election Board released a letter to the federal government detailing how the state will spend millions of dollars to improve election security.
John Kerry Says Trump Deriding Joe Biden "Shows Fear"
Former Secretary of State John Kerry said President Donald Trump's derisive comments about former Vice President Joe Biden "show fear" and that the president lobs such provocative remarks as a "diversion" to pivot from important topics like Russia.