The Oklahoman’s Nolan Clay reports The NBA is complaining Seattle is “harassing” NBA Commissioner David Stern. The NBA wants a judge to block Seattle attorneys from questioning Stern. The attorneys are seeking testimony from Stern to gather evidence for a trial against the Seattle SuperSonics owners.
An Edmond police officer found the car belonging to an Edmond woman who has been missing since Wedneday.
There was a body in the car, but police would not give any details. The car also was partially burned. The body was taken to the medical examiner’s office for identification.
NBA front-office sources told ESPN.com on Thursday that former OU men’s basketball coach Kelvin Sampson and the Milwaukee Bucks are discussing an assistant coach’s role at the urging of new Bucks coach Scott Skiles.
Today could be a wet — and stormy — one in parts of Oklahoma. Your OKC forecast: mostly cloudy before turning mostly sunny in the afternoon. Highs in the mid-70s. Northwesterly winds 15 to 20 mph. Twenty percent chance of thunderstorms in the morning.
People were howling. And those were the food vendors, uh, volunteers.
Seriously, Cafe 501, author of the Coyote Chicken Sandwich, has some amazing food. Their chopped salad is incredible. Great breads, sandwiches, breakfasts and desserts.
Angi: What do you think?
Angi: What’s your favorite thing about getting your face painted?
Angi: What’s your favorite things about the Arts Festival?
Angi: Ha! Is that your favorite word? I like your heart it’s very pretty.
Kid: Thank you.
We toured the new OSBI crime lab today. David Jones, Paige Dillard and Tanner Herriott spent a couple hours there interviewing and shooting footage.
We will have those videos online next week.
This is part of our Cold Case Oklahoma series. And it’s for an upcoming package on the new OSBI facilities.
It’s impressive how they have spent so much notice on details. Like how the air is not heated or cooled until it enters a specific room. This is to help with any contamination concerns.
Everyone likes to bag on the declining newspaper industry.
Actually, “everyone” is probably more like only those in the media business who can’t help but notice the emerging new technologies (Internet, cell phones, iPhones, etc) that make news more immediate and on-demand. Truth is, the every day guy probably doesn’t even care where he’s getting his news. I doubt he has loyalty to newspapers or the local TV news. It’s convenience and what topics he’s interested in.
Wednesday was not a good day for a few newspaper chains’ stock. But Thursday was a different story: newspaper stocks bounce back big time.
No reason to post this really. But it’s funny. And in a foreign language.