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OKG Newsletter


Topic: traffic

Oklahoma motorcyclist deaths down in 2010

Remain vigilant and stay safe on that bike, says Governors Highway Safety Association


Features

Gazette staff
In the first nine months of 2010, motorcycle traffic fatalities in Oklahoma numbered 58, down significantly from 83 in the same period in 2009.
 
Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Killer distractions

Distracted driving played a part in 5,500 vehicle-related deaths last year


Features

Gazette staff
To help make our nation’s roads safer, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has turned its focus on combating distracted driving.
 
Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Life is an expressway

ODOT steps it up with near-completion of I-40 realignment and announces start of downtown boulevard construction.


News

Clifton Adcock
One of the engineers on the project said that within months the newly realigned Interstate 40 Crosstown Expressway is expected to begin taking traffic. Construction work for downtown’s new boulevard will begin, although it may look quite different from early renderings.
 
Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Lotta pot

Nearly 500 pounds of marijuana is confiscated during a traffic stop in south OKC.


News

Gazette staff
A traffic stop yesterday in southwest Oklahoma City netted nearly 500 pounds of marijuana and the arrest of two people. The Central Oklahoma Metro Interdiction Team (COMIT) stopped the speeding Chevy pickup truck around 4 p.m. on S.W. 25th Street near S. May Avenue. 
 
Monday, November 5, 2012

Smart traffic

OKC moves ahead with traffic signal upgrades aimed at benefiting motorists.


News

Kelley Chambers
Don’t credit blind luck if motorists notice that they can drive a stretch of Classen Boulevard from the Northwest Expressway to downtown without stopping.
 
Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Heavy Traffic

It's a Heavy cartoon.


Comedy

Patrick Crain

Ah, the early days of video stores. Most every city, burg and/or township had that one glorious store with one copy of everything. OKC had Kaleidoscope Video Stores; Mid-Del had Bob’s Video; and in the dark regions of Bob’s Video sat the “adult” movies which were basically comprised of Paul Morrissey’s Flesh For Frankenstein and Blood For Dracula and Ralph Bakshi’s two X-rated cartoons, Fritz the Cat and Heavy Traffic. Oh, how I wanted to see all these movies! Of course, as an eleven-year-old, I never had the gumption to try to rent any of them out of fear I would be ejected from the store and banned for life.

 
Tuesday, August 27, 2013
 
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