Headlines: Wildfire Assistance, County Sheriffs & Westbrook Reaches 32

Mar 13, 2017

Headlines for Monday, March 13, 2017:

  • Help is coming for Oklahomans affected by wildfires. (Journal Record)

  • A House bill to give teachers a pay raise is getting a lukewarm reception in the State Senate. (Tulsa World)

  • The State’s budget shortfall might be larger than it seems. (NewsOK)

  • Debate over a cigarette tax rages on at the Capitol. (Journal Record)

  • Bill allows Oklahoma tax collectors to look out of state for revenue (NewsOK)

  • Fallin’s top legal advisor quits after just five months on the job. (NewsOK)

  • County Sheriffs are raising concerns over the cancelation of contracts by the Department of Corrections. (NewsOK)

  • A northeast Oklahoma County’s law enforcement is suffering after a series of resignations. (Tulsa World)

  • A new study shows the economic impact of immigrants in the Sooner State. (NewsOK)

  • Study looks at wastewater from energy production. (Journal Record)

  • Hideaway opens its first restaurant out of Oklahoma. (Journal Record)

  • Cowboys get ready for the Wolverines in NCAA. (NewsOK)

  • Russell Westbrook stands alone in second place all-time for the most triple-doubles in a season. (ESPN)