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The United League for Social Justice

Posted by Tony D'Astoli

The United League for Social Justice or T.U.L.S.A. is calling for the resignation of Tulsa County Sheriff Stanley Glanz. 

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OKC's Belle Isle bridge getting emergency repairs

Posted by Bob Sands

Years of heavy salting during winter weather are being blamed for major damage to the Belle Isle bridge in Oklahoma City. More than half of the bridge's 95 piers have significant structural damage.

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Tulsa County Sheriff won't seek re-election

Posted by Bob Sands

This will be the last term for Tulsa County Sheriff Stanley Glanz. Caught up in an on-going controversy involving the shooting death of an unarmed man by his close friend and reserve deputy Robert Bates, Glanz says he will not resign but will not seek re-election.

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US, Canada Unveil Rules to Boost Oil Train Safety

Posted by Bob Sands

Transportation officials in the U.S. and Canada have unveiled tough new regulations on so-called oil trains. The tanker cars that have hauled crude oil and ethanol have been found to be prone to rupture and explosion. All of them will have to be replaced with much stronger tanker cars and some trains will have to have a new braking system.

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OKC air is cleaner

Posted by Bob Sands

Oklahoma City is now ranked as one of the cleanest cities in the nation for particle air pollution. The American Lung Association in Oklahoma gives the credit to cleaner diesel fuels and reduction of pollutants from power plants.

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