Headlines: No Special Session, Kepler's 4th Trial & Football Polling

Oct 9, 2017

Headlines for Monday, October 9, 2017:

  • Lawmakers won’t be resuming the special session today. (NewsOK)

  • Repairs at the State Capitol could mean more delays in the Special Session. (Journal Record)

  • Midwest City residents are heading to the polls tomorrow to vote on a sales tax increase. (NewsOK)

  • Oklahoma is getting another extension to comply with the Real ID Act. (Tulsa World)

  • Outsourcing marble at State Capitol upsets a local Oklahoma town. (NewsOK)

  • The fourth trial of a former Tulsa police officer starts today. (Tulsa World)

  • McClain County settles inmate death lawsuit. (NewsOK)

  • A new study finds teachers are leaving Oklahoma to get pay increases averaging $19,000. (Tulsa World)

  • OKC School officials prepare parents for low test scores. (NewsOK)

  • OKC energy trade show brings customers from around the world. (Journal Record)

  • Osage Tribe and AG battle over water. (NewsOK)

  • Donnay Building future remains uncertain despite Braum’s pulling out of zoning application. (Journal Record)

  • OKC is ready to condemn property in Bricktown, but the owners think they still have a fighting chance. (Journal Record)

  • A weekend loss drops OU out of the Associated Press Top Ten. (Tulsa World)

  • Because of so many upsets, Oklahoma State moved up one spot to 14th in the AP poll despite having the weekend off. (Tulsa World)