Headlines: State Budget Cuts, Classen Circle Protests & Tiger Triplets

Jul 14, 2017

Headlines for Friday, July 14, 2017:

  • Oklahoma now leads the nation in cuts to higher education. (Tulsa World)

  • Meal sites for seniors face closures amid state budget cuts. (NewsOK)

  • South OKC’s Hispanic community celebrates election of only Latino in State Senate. (Journal Record)

  • Trump picks Oklahoman for Western District Court. (NewsOK)

  • Energy regulators wrestle with drilling rules. (NewsOK)

  • Cox shows off its smart home technology. (Journal Record)

  • Patrons of several local businesses protest on Classen Circle in Oklahoma City. (Fox25)

  • A new craft brewery opens this weekend on the west side of downtown Oklahoma City. (News9)

  • Stillwater manufacturer comes up with a new idea to transport blood. (Journal Record)

  • Garth Brooks’ triumphant return to OKC. (NewsOK

  • Okemah celebration honors a music legend. (NewsOK)

  • Northwest OKC mall is growing its occupants. (Journal Record)

  • Controversial tiger petting zoo at southeast OKC mall closes. (NewsOK)

  • Tiger at OKC Zoo gives birth to three. (NewsOK)