Teenage Clemson fan arrested for vandalism of Howard’s Rock The Clemson University Police Department has arrested 18-year-old Micah Rogers in connection to the vandalism of iconic Howard’s Rock ... haven’t ruled out the participation of other suspects. They also have not found the piece of the rock that ... 06/28/2013 - 8:02 am | View Link
Last of teenage suspects arrested in anti-gay vandalism in Arlington Staff writer Hailey Winston reports: Police have arrested a final suspect after vandals spray-painted anti-gay and racial slurs on vehicle and homes in an Arlington neighborhood. Morgen Rae Aubuchon, 18, was arrested Monday and booked into the Arlington ... 06/27/2012 - 5:34 am | View Link
3 men, teenage girl face state jail felony charge in west Arlington vandalism Three men and a teenage girl have turned themselves in to police, in connection with racial, anti-gay and other vulgar messages that ... Daniel Sibley, 18, was arrested earlier this week. One suspect, an 18-year-old woman, remains at large but is expected ... 06/22/2012 - 5:05 pm | View Link
BY CHRIS CASTEEL email@example.comWASHINGTON — Oklahoma lawmakers mostly withheld judgment Wednesday on a budget accord to avert another government shutdown, though at least two are expected to vote for the agreement.
BY NOLAN CLAY firstname.lastname@example.orgA divorce judge has scheduled a hearing for Dec. 20 on a dispute over whether mayoral candidate Ed Shadid's sealed divorce records should be made public.
In one of the sealed records, Shadid invoked his Fifth Amendment privilege against self-incrimination.
In a legal motion filed Wednesday, The Oklahoman asked Oklahoma County Special Judge Lisa Hammond for access “on behalf of itself and the public” to the entire court file.
“Those documents may contain information that the voters want or need to know to make an informed voting decision,” The Oklahoman's attorney, Robert D.
BY RANDY ELLIS email@example.comNovember's state general revenue fund collections were up 3.8 percent over last year, but still fell 7.9 percent short of the official estimate upon which the current state budget is based, according to figures released Wednesday by the state Office of Management and Enterprise Services.
The new monthly figures continue a trend of general revenue fund collections falling short of expectations during the first five months of the current fiscal year.
The general revenue fund is the primary funding source for state government agencies.
“Agencies need to be realistic and prepare to make due with what they already have,” said Preston Doerflinger, director of the Office of Management and Enterprise Services.
So far, that hasn't happened.
In fact, state agencies to date have submitted budget requests seeking more than $1 billion in new appropriations, said John Estus, spokesman for Doerflinger's agency.
Sluggish collections are expected to complicate legislative efforts to meet pay raise expectations of state employees and fully fund such things as promised improvements in the state's child welfare system that were agreed upon as part of a settlement to a federal lawsuit.
From July through November, general revenue fund collections totaled $2.1 billion, which is $146.8 million, or 6.5 percent, below the official estimate.