Headlines: Tax Cuts, AWACS & High School Football

Dec 3, 2014

Headlines for Wednesday, December 3, 2014:

  • An Oklahoma law to cut personal income taxes from 5.25% to eventually 4.85% is moving forward. (Journal Record)

  • Oklahoma lawmakers protect Tinker Air Force Base’s entire fleet of AWACS. (NewsOK)

  • The small northeast Oklahoma town of Locust Grove is finding itself cast as a villain for winning a football game. (Tulsa World)

  • Economists are expecting more jobs in the future, but there could be one hitch. (Journal Record)

  • The Criminal Justice Authority is getting another month to repay a more than a million dollar loan needed to cover the Tulsa County Jail's November payroll. (Tulsa World)

  • Men’s fashion in our state is getting louder but also more sophisticated.  (Oklahoma Gazette)

  • A precision machine and fabricating shop is expanding in Broken Arrow. (Tulsa World)

  • Despite the return of Oklahoma City star forward Kevin Durant the Thunder lost last night’s game to the New Orleans Pelicans 112 to 104. (ESPN)