Cars hit the pavement on the new, controversial, tolled extension of the Gilcrease Expressway in west Tulsa Monday afternoon. But many nearby residents say, they’ll never drive it, as long a certain portion of it remains tolled.
With less than 24 hours until election day in Oklahoma, parents and educators say the rhetoric and claims made by candidates throughout the campaign have them nervous, but also more motivated to vote than ever.
The Broken Arrow Police Department will soon welcome some new four-legged officers to its force, but these officers won’t be K9s. They’ll be horses, making up the department’s brand new mounted patrol unit.
State Superintendent of Public Education and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Joy Hofmeister kept her schedule packed on the first day of early voting Tuesday, while pushing back against recent campaign rallies held and attack ads produced by her opponent’s campaign.