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Tulsa asks residents near lake to evacuate after increasing water releases from dam

Police in Tulsa, Oklahoma, are going through neighborhoods near a dam encouraging residents to get out of there in case the area floods due to release of water meant to keep the structure from failing.
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7 Reasons You Should Still Keep a Paper Map in Your Glovebox

Ever since Google Maps launched its app in 2008, I’ve been using GPS to get around town, and across the country. For a decade, a digital voice from my phone has led me, turn-by-turn, in cities I’m not familiar with and even cities I’ve lived in for years. But during the past year or so, I’ve become uncomfortable with my reliance on GPS for a variety of reasons. So I bought a paper map of my fair city of Tulsa, as well as a road atlas of the United States. (Apparently, I’m not alone in thi...
Tags: Travel, Google, London, Life, Walmart, Travel & leisure, United States, Bob, Oklahoma, Google Maps, Scout, Ouachita National Forest, Reliance, McGill University, Tulsa, Gus


EPA Inspector General Report finds massive waste from Trump's Pruitt flying business class, staying in swanky hotels

Trump's initial appointee to run the EPA was Scott Pruitt, who resigned in disgrace in 2018 amid a massive corruption scandal in which he was found to have spent lavishly and assigned improper personal duties to government employees. The EPA's Office of the Inspector General has published the results of a long investigation into Pruitt's spending, finding that he bilked the taxpayer out of nearly a million dollars by breaking government rules on flying business class, staying in fancy hotel...
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Partnership can ignite a missional passion in your church

USA (MNN) -- Is your church looking for ways to be more involved in Gospel outreach? e3 Partners is helping congregations across the United States embrace a missional heart through partnership! Jeff Johnston with e3 Partners says their church partnership programs are very holistic and hands-on. “We have a goal of having a full-on ministry partnership with a church. That includes helping them train their congregation for local evangelism, taking people from their congregation on sho...
Tags: Asia, Usa, Kingdom, US, United States, Jesus, God, Tulsa Oklahoma, Tulsa, E3 Partners, Johnston, Great Commission, Jeff Johnston, e3 Partners via Facebook


Best bike paths in Tulsa, Oklahoma

There are lots of ways to explore a city. Tulsa, Oklahoma’s second city but the city most deserving of your visit, has received Bike-Friendly Community awards since 2009 from the League of American Bicyclists, making it one of 430 communities designated as such in the US. Moreover, Bicycle Magazine listed Tulsa as one of the Top 50 cities in America for bike-friendliness. Undoubtedly, one of the best ways to explore Tulsa is on two wheels. Here’s how to do it. What makes Tulsa so bike-friend...
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Delta flight bound for San Antonio diverted because of cracked plane windshield

A Delta connection from Minneapolis to San Antonio diverted to Tulsa Thursday because of a cracked windshield.            [Author: USA TODAY]
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Man forced to crawl after airport workers confiscate scooter batteries

He was flying from Calgary to Tulsa to celebrate his wedding anniversary [Author: Travel desk]
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Severe storms, flooding blamed for 2 deaths in Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Authorities say a man and woman were killed in separate incidents when severe storms swept across Oklahoma. A 55-year-old man’s body was found Wednesday inside his vehicle in Tulsa after it was submerged in floodwaters Tuesday night. He has not been identified. The vehicle was reported missing about 8 p.m., when […]
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PE-backed WhiteWater merges with Legends

WhiteWater Express Car Wash, which is backed by SkyKnight Capital, has merged with Legends Express Car Wash. No financial terms were disclosed. PRESS RELEASE HOUSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–WhiteWater Express Car Wash (“WhiteWater”), a multi-location car wash operator headquartered in Houston and backed by SkyKnight Capital (“SkyKnight”), today announced its merger with Legends Express Car Wash (“Legends”). The strategic combination creates a top tier car wash platform with 15 locations in Houston, Dall...
Tags: Trends, M&a, Houston, Tulsa, Clark, Ronnie, Corbin, Steve Clayton, Houston Dallas Austin, Consumer/Retail, Steve Mathis, SkyKnight Capital, Jordan Milich, WhiteWater Express Car Wash, HOUSTON BUSINESS WIRE WhiteWater Express, COO Clayton Clark


Dodgers’ Cody Bellinger exits game after being hit by a pitch on his knee

LOS ANGELES — Dodgers right fielder Cody Bellinger left Monday’s game against the Cincinnati Reds after three innings when he was hit by a pitch. With one out and a runner on first base, Bellinger faced a 1-and-1 count when he was struck on his left knee by a 95-mph fastball from Reds starter Luis Castillo. Bellinger immediately crumpled to the ground and was visited by Manager Dave Roberts and soft tissue specialist Yosuke Nakajima. The three chatted, and Bellinger was allowed to remain in the ...
Tags: California, Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Russell Martin, Mlb, Reds, Los Angeles Dodgers, Cincinnati Reds, Oklahoma City, Alexander, Gale, Tulsa, Hill, Brewers


Inside the Dodgers: Yasiel Puig is back, and it’s going to be weird

Editor’s note: Here’s today’s Inside the Dodgers Newsletter. To sign up to receive the newsletter in your inbox, follow this link. What’s the proper way for the home team to acknowledge a former player when he returns for the first time as a visitor? It’s a tricky question, regardless of the sport. There is no predetermined set of rules. Whenever I talk to baseball officials who have to answer this for their own team, it’s clear they have only some idea what they’re doing, even with a fair amoun...
Tags: Hollywood, Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Arizona, San Diego, Mlb, Cuba, Giants, Reds, Los Angeles Dodgers, Cincinnati Reds, Silver Lake, Cleveland Indians, Milwaukee Brewers


Dodgers’ Rich Hill, Clayton Kershaw and Hyun-Jin Ryu are on the mend

LOS ANGELES — Clayton Kershaw preferred to work in relative silence as he threw his final bullpen session before his 2019 debut. Rich Hill grunted and groaned his way through four simulated innings at Dodger Stadium on Friday. Good, bad or ugly, Hill followed each of his 46 pitches with a primal moan that wouldn’t have sounded out of place on the tennis courts of Indian Wells. You wouldn’t know if you were within earshot, but Hill left the mound feeling encouraged. Kershaw remains on track to st...
Tags: Milwaukee, Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, David, Soccer, San Diego, Russell Martin, Mlb, Will Smith, St Louis, Los Angeles Dodgers, Atlanta Braves, Milwaukee Brewers, Oklahoma City, Tulsa


Clayton Kershaw will make Dodgers season debut Monday

ST. LOUIS — Clayton Kershaw will make his season debut for the Dodgers on Monday against the Cincinnati Reds. Kershaw rejoined the Dodgers in St. Louis on Wednesday after making a rehab start with Double-A Tulsa on Tuesday. Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said he talked with Kershaw on Thursday morning and the decision was made to activate him from the injured list Monday, giving Kershaw five days off between starts. “He feels good. We feel good about it,” Roberts said. “He’s chomping at the bit.” ...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Mlb, St Louis, Los-angeles-dodgers, Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Cardinals, DAVE ROBERTS, Roberts, Dodgers, Kershaw, Clayton Kershaw, Hyun jin Ryu, Related Articles Dodgers


Sally Rooney’s first two books are perfectly of the moment

Ignore the m-word and read Sally Rooney: How Should a Millennial Be? As a portrait of young people today, Rooney’s books are remarkably precise—she captures meticulously the way a generation raised on social data thinks and talks. Rooney’s characters love to announce where they fall on the matrix of taste and social awareness. They read Patricia Lockwood and watch Greta Gerwig movies; they read Twitter for jokes. Decisions are made according to typologies. There’s built-in social meaning for an...
Tags: Rooney, Greta Gerwig, NICK, Yeats, Martin, Andrew Martin, Tulsa, Patricia Lockwood, Sally Rooney, Chrysanthe Tenentes, Benjamin Lytal


Dodgers’ Russell Martin goes to injured list with flareup of lower back issue

ST. LOUIS — A lower back problem that has bothered him at times flared up again and landed Russell Martin on the injured list Wednesday. The 36-year-old Martin was sidelined briefly during spring training with the same issue and blamed it on overdoing a hitting drill. This time, Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said it flared up while Martin was taking ground balls during the team’s pre-game workout. “Talking to Russ, he’s had it happen before, most recently in spring training,” Roberts said. “It’s ...
Tags: La, Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Austin, Soccer, Russell Martin, Mlb, Will Smith, St Louis, Los Angeles Dodgers, San Diego Padres, Joe Kelly, Gale, Martin, Tulsa


Hyun-Jin Ryu goes to injured list, Dodgers consider options to fill rotation

ST. LOUIS — After leaving the game in the second inning of his start Monday with a groin injury that recalled last year’s three months on the injured list, Dodgers left-hander Hyun-Jin Ryu assured reporters that it did not feel as severe this time. His diagnosis was accurate. Ryu reported to the stadium feeling better than when he left Monday’s game – “which is a good sign,” according to Dodgers manager Dave Roberts. But there is no timetable for how quickly Ryu can rejoin the rotation. “When he...
Tags: Colorado, La, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Mlb, St Louis, Los Angeles Dodgers, Oklahoma City, Joe Kelly, Tulsa, Hill, DAVE ROBERTS, Roberts, Dodgers, Kershaw


Rape charge dismissed against retired Tulsa hockey player

TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Prosecutors in Oklahoma have dismissed a rape charge against a retired Tulsa Oilers hockey player from Canada. The Tulsa World reports that defense attorney Kent Hudson says he believes prosecutors don’t have enough evidence to prosecute 50-year-old Doug Lawrence on charges of first-degree rape and sexual battery. District Attorney Stephen Kunzweiler […]
Tags: News, Sports, Ap, Canada, Nation, Oklahoma, Tulsa, Tulsa Okla, Tulsa World, Tulsa Oilers, Doug Lawrence, Kent Hudson, Stephen Kunzweiler


Clayton Kershaw set to pitch in Double-A then join Dodgers rotation

ST. LOUIS — Clayton Kershaw’s final step before rejoining the Dodgers rotation will be taken in Tulsa, Okla. Kershaw is scheduled to make his second minor-league rehab start for the Double-A Tulsa Drillers on Tuesday night. The choice between Tulsa or another start with Triple-A Oklahoma City came down to a more favorable weather forecast and better facilities at home with the Drillers than on the road with OKC (which plays in Omaha). If everything goes well Tuesday, Kershaw could make his seaso...
Tags: La, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Mlb, Omaha, St Louis, Los Angeles Dodgers, Cincinnati Reds, Milwaukee Brewers, Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Hill, OKC, Brewers, DAVE ROBERTS


9 Homes With Dreamy Spots for April Showers

A good spring shower leaves the earth feeling refreshed and renewed - which is not unlike a good shower in your own home. A well-designed and polished bathroom can invigorate you in the morning or relax you before bed. These 10 bathrooms in for-sale homes across the country give us that feeling of rejuvenation - and make us just the tiniest bit envious. Spa-like in the city For sale: $1.3 million This Tudor revival in Washington, D.C., is equal parts modern and traditional - and its sleek yet ...
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Trail Mix – April 2019

“If I can’t dance with you, then I won’t dance at all. I’ll just sit this one out, with my back to the wall.” Whether it was penning one of the finest love songs ever to grace my ears in “Magnolia Wind,” singing about the wonder home grown tomatoes, or trusting in your cape, Guy Clark knew his way around a guitar and a song. The iconic songwriter, who died two years ago next month, has long been revered amongst fans of country and folk music. Late last month, another legend, the one and o...
Tags: Music, California, Sport, Cycling, Dublin, Tulsa, Annabelle, Clark, Steve Earle, Earle, Heron, Mekons, Zelda Fitzgerald, Tim Baker, Luther Dickinson, Trail Mix


Man accused of taking empty Tulsa school bus on joyride

TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Police in Tulsa have arrested a man who they say stole an empty school bus and took it for a joyride. Police say the Tulsa Public Schools bus was stolen early Monday when the driver went into a gas station and left the bus running. The Tulsa World reports a man […]
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Rich Hill tests knee with ‘uneventful’ return to the bullpen mound

DENVER — Rich Hill had one word to describe his first time on a pitcher’s mound since injuring his left knee. “Uneventful — which is good,” the Dodgers left-hander said after throwing a 20-pitch bullpen session Saturday afternoon. It was the first time Hill tested his sprained medial collateral ligament by throwing off the slope of a mound since the days after he injured his knee during a Cactus League game on March 17. Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said he didn’t watch the session but was told a...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Mlb, Omaha, Espn, St Louis, Giants, Los-angeles-dodgers, Oklahoma City, Joe Kelly, Kelly, Tulsa, Hill, DAVE ROBERTS, Roberts


Dodgers, under new farm director Will Rhymes, try to maintain a steady pipeline

Will Rhymes could lean on a thing like prospect rankings as a gauge of his department’s success. The Dodgers’ first-year director of player development inherited a system that’s ranked among MLB Pipeline’s top 10 each of the past five years. By this measure, the Dodgers’ sustained success is without peer. Prospect ranking lists are mere opinion polls, of course. The opinions that matter more to Rhymes are those of the players that pass through his system. So far he likes what he’s hearing. “We’v...
Tags: Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Mlb, Philadelphia, Tigers, Will Smith, Rays, Denver, Los-angeles-dodgers, Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Jackie Robinson, Dodgers, Prospect


570 Poly erotica

We chat with Laura Zielinsky, author of a new poly erotic novel 0:00 Introduction and host chat Under 18? Stop listening now and visit http://www.scarleteen.com 1:15 Host chat We’ll be speaking at It’s Complicated in Tulsa, OK, April 6th #sopoco2019 Soly Poly Unconference is happening in San Francisco, CA May 4-5, 2019 3:30 Interview: Laura Zielinsky, author of We Are Three We interview Laura Zielinksy, author of new poly erotic novel We Three: One and One and One Makes Three. Book summary: Er...
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Clayton Kershaw passes sim-game test, ready for rehab start in minors

LOS ANGELES — Clayton Kershaw might be starting on opening day after all. “Yeah. Woo hoo,” Kershaw said. “That’s great.” After throwing 52 pitches in three simulated innings Saturday afternoon at Dodger Stadium, Kershaw checked off the final box in his progression before going on a minor-league injury-rehabilitation assignment. He is expected to throw four or five innings in a rehab start for either Double-A Tulsa or Triple-A Oklahoma City, most likely on Thursday — which is the season opener fo...
Tags: Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, SIM, Soccer, Mlb, Los-angeles-dodgers, Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Hill, DAVE ROBERTS, Roberts, Dodgers, Kershaw, Mark Walter, Justin Turner


Tulsa museum to feature musician Bob Dylan’s paintings

TULSA, Okla. (AP) — A Tulsa museum will soon open a new Bob Dylan exhibit that will showcase 12 pastel portraits the musician painted. The Gilcrease Museum will display “Bob Dylan: Face Value and Beyond” from May 10 to Sept. 15, the Tulsa World reported. The exhibit is filled with pieces from the Bob Dylan […]
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Arby’s Manager Charged With Murder After Shooting & Killing Customer Who Spit in Her Face

An Arby’s manager in Tulsa, Oklahoma has been arrested and charged with first-degree murder after shooting and killing a customer who spit in her face during a heated altercation.Tulsa police said they responded to a crash at a local Walmart on Saturday (Mar. 23) and discovered the driver, 25-year-old Desean Tallent, had been shot.Upon further investigation, police said Tallent had been involved in an altercation with a manager at a nearby Arby’s, which ended with him “making threats to the mana...
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Arby's manager accused of fatally shooting customer who spit at her, police say

An Arby's manager was arrested for allegedly fatally shooting a man who threatened her and spit in her face, say Tulsa police.            [Author: USA TODAY]
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Oklahoma teen asks to withdraw guilty plea in teacher death

TULSA, Okla. (AP) — An Oklahoma teenager wants to withdraw guilty pleas he entered to murder, rape and other felonies following a 2017 string of crimes in Tulsa. Seventeen-year-old Deonte Green pleaded guilty March 13 to first-degree murder and 19 other counts in a blind plea, meaning it was entered without a sentencing agreement with […]
Tags: News, Oklahoma, Tulsa, Okla AP, Deonte Green, Tulsa Seventeen


Oklahoma attorney general's statement on opioids settlement

Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter confirmed at a news conference Tuesday that the state has reached a $270 million settlement with the company that produces the painkiller OxyContin, blamed in part for a local and national opioid crisis.
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