Christopher Lane

Headlines for Tuesday, April 14, 2015:

  • The Tulsa County District Attorney files charges against a long time Tulsa County Reserve Deputy. (Tulsa World)

  • A new challenge could be coming to the state’s new workers comp system. (Journal Record)

  • Jury selection starts in Australian Baseball player murder trial. (NewsOK)

Headlines for Tuesday, April 7, 2015:

  • Declining oil prices cuts into Oklahoma’s revenue collections. (NewsOK)

  • FEMA refuses a disaster declaration for Tulsa and Cleveland Counties after tornadoes last month. (Tulsa World)

  • The State Department of Transportation is looking into earthquake effects on bridges. (Journal Record)

Headlines for Friday, April 3, 2015:

  • Governor Fallin signs a bill banning payroll deductions for dues to teachers unions. (Tulsa World)

  • Another energy company announces layoffs. (Journal Record)

  • The deaths of four people in Tulsa leave the community perplexed. (KJRH)

Headlines for Wednesday, March 25, 2015:

  • One of the students at the center of a racist chant at OU plans a public apology today. (Dallas Morning News)

  • Cities in Tulsa County want a penny sales tax extension. (Journal Record)

  • A Duncan man allegedly involved in the shooting death of an Australian baseball player accepts a life sentence with a possibility of parole in 36 years. (NewsOK)

Here is a sampling of headlines for the morning of November 19, 2014:

  • Oklahoma is getting more than $200,000 to battle meth. (Enid News & Eagle)
  • A Duncan man accused in the shooting death of a baseball player from Australia waives his right to a preliminary hearing. (Duncan Banner)
  • Opponents of two planned wind farms in Osage County say they'll keep fighting the developments. (Tulsa World)

The killing of an Australian man who was in the U.S. on a baseball scholarship has brought grief to his hometown and to the small Oklahoma town where he was shot to death. Three teens have been arrested for the crime; one suspect says they simply had nothing better to do, the police report.