Tulsa starts night court sessions

[ad_1] TULSA, Okla. — Tulsa city leaders are trying to create a win-win situation. A win for them, because more parking citations, speeding tickets, and other misdemeanors are getting resolved. A win for the people, because hours for court dates are expanded on Thursdays. They’ve introduced night court. Every Thursday, a judge will hear cases … Read more

As construction stalls, Tulsans refer to I-44/75 project as ‘Traffic Henge

[ad_1] TULSA, Okla. — With phase one of the I-44 and Highway 75 construction project complete and next phases not underway, there are now several ramp beams—but no roads on top of the beams. Leave it up to an artist like Tulsan Steve Liggett to find an alternate and humorous view of its current look. … Read more

Sand Springs boasts crime-fighting traffic cameras

[ad_1] SAND SPRINGS, Okla. — Sand Springs is the latest city in Tulsa County to install a brand of crime-fighting traffic cameras, after previous actions by Tulsa, Jenks, Coweta, Catoosa, and the county itself. The cameras are designed to only track cars belonging to a suspect in a crime, or a car reported stolen. You … Read more

OK lawmaker files bills to end traffic ticket quotas, red light cameras

[ad_1] OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – An Oklahoma lawmaker says he has filed legislation to protect drivers from unnecessary headaches on the road. Sen. Nathan Dahm, R- Broken Arrow, has filed Senate Bill 82, which would prohibit law enforcement agencies from requiring officers, justices, or judges to fulfill traffic citation quotas. “At the end of each … Read more

Six people arrested after traffic stop in Stillwater

[ad_1] STILLWATER, Okla. (KFOR) – Authorities say six people have been arrested following a traffic stop in Stillwater. Around 2:37 a.m. on Dec. 27, a Stillwater police officer conducted a traffic stop on an SUV for an equipment failure. When the officer got to the vehicle, seven people were found inside the SUV, including one … Read more