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Man uses drill bit to rob victim in Brookside, police say

Man uses drill bit to rob victim in Brookside, police say

A man was robbed in broad daylight in Brookside on Monday, Tulsa Police say, by a suspect who had a weird choice in weapons: a drill bit. Anthony Anson is accused of threatening the man with the drill bit and taking his phone. But police say the man got to a different phone and called police, who quickly spotted Anson. Anson then tried to claim that HE was the one who had been robbed, police say. “Officer didn't buy it, found that he had the phone is his pocket, and our victim was able to unlock the phone with his code to show that it was his phone,” said Tulsa Police Officer Danny Bean. Anson was arrested.

Child killed in murder-suicide 

Child killed in murder-suicide 

The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation released more details Wednesday on the victims from Tuesday night’s murder-suicide in Miami. Agents says 11-year-old Kayla Billings was shot and killed by her father, 39-year-old David Billings before he turned the gun on himself. Investigators say Wallace also shot his ex-wife and her boyfriend. Melissa Wallace and James Miller were found wounded outside of Miller’s home. Wallace and Miller were taken to a Tulsa hospital in critical condition. Wallace is pregnant. No word on the condition of the unborn child.

House overwhelming rebukes Trump over Syria withdrawal

House overwhelming rebukes Trump over Syria withdrawal

Angered by the outbreak of violence and a Turkish military invasion in areas of northern Syria held by U.S. forces until just last week, members of both parties joined in the House on Wednesday to deliver a clear rebuke of President Trump as lawmakers easily approved a resolution denouncing the policy change. 'This is one of those rare moments in Congress where we see both sides coming together,' said Rep. Michael McCaul (R-TX), as the House voted 354-60 for the resolution. The plan decried 'an abrupt withdrawal of United States military personnel from certain parts of Northeast Syria,' saying the resulting change 'is beneficial to adversaries of the United States government, including Syria, Iran, and Russia.' 'President Trump's decision to pull hastily out of Syria has caused a humanitarian disaster, endangers our Kurdish allies, and could cause the resurgence of ISIS,' said Rep. David Trone (D-MD). 'The President has demonstrated complete disregard for the harmful implications that his erratic decision-making will have on our troops,' tweeted Rep. Joe Neguse (D-CO). Even among GOP lawmakers who don't like these type of overseas deployments for the U.S. military, there was the overwhelming sense that the President had hastily decided to withdraw, leaving a vacuum which only benefits Russia and its Syrian allies, along with the Islamic State. After the vote, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi lumped additional criticism on the White House, when a briefing for lawmakers on the situation in Syria was scrapped. 'I am deeply concerned that the White House has canceled an all-Member classified briefing on the dangerous situation the President has caused in Syria, denying the Congress its right to be informed as it makes decisions about our national security,' Pelosi said. In the Senate it was much the same, as lawmakers in both parties spent much of Wednesday expressing their outrage over the President's decision, baffled that he would unravel years of work with a minimal number of U.S. troops to hem in Syria and the Islamic State - while partnering with Kurdish forces in the region. 'Withdrawal of U.S. troops gave Turkey a green light to go into Syria,' said Rep. Ben McAdams (D-UT). At the White House, the President denied that he had given Turkish leaders the green light - but a White House statement issued when Mr. Trump's withdrawal was announced clearly stated that the U.S. expected Turkey to move forces into Northern Syria. 'I want to get out of the Middle East,' the President said on Wednesday. Not long after the vote, members of both parties met with President Trump about Syria - as the meeting quickly turned sour, with Democrats raising objections to the President's moves in withdrawing U.S. troops from Syria, and the President pushing back. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other Democrats left the meeting, and told reporters that Mr. Trump had a 'meltdown.' Republican leaders and the White House denied that version of events.

WHO: Brian Kilmeade is coming back to Tulsa! – presented by Baker Sleep 3.4 WHY: He has a new book out, Sam Houston and the Alamo Avengers WHEN: Friday, November 8th from 8am – 11am. WHERE: 1st event - Live nationwide broadcast and book signing (8am - 11am) in the KRMG Performance Center 2625 S Memorial Drive, Tulsa, OK 74129 2nd event - Book signing at Barnes & Noble (12pm - 2pm) Woodland Plaza, 8620 E 71st St, Tulsa, OK 74133 RSVP HERE: The events are free, but you must reserve your spot for the live broadcast and book signing in the KRMG Performance Center Radio Show First, he will be doing his national radio show in the KRMG Performance Center and you are invited to join us. The event is FREE, and we will have copies of his book for purchase in the KRMG Performance Center. Come on by, be a part of his national radio show, and buy copies of his book, which he will sign during this event. And yes, he will be taking photos with you too at this event. Again, the event is free, but you must RSVP. You can reserve your spot by clicking HERE.  Book Signing  Second, if you can’t make it to the live broadcast and still want to buy a book, meet Brian and get it signed, he will be doing a book signing at the 71st location Barnes and Noble from 12noon – 2pm. We’ve created ample opportunity for you to meet one of the most powerful and humble media hosts in the country! Don’t miss these opportunities, Green Country! Be Our VIP Guest: Starting October 28th, we will be giving away VIP tickets to the event. VIP Guests will receive reserved seating close to the stage, a free book, and a meet and greet with Brian! Be listening to the KRMG Morning News with Dan Potter during the 7am hour, and the KRMG Evening News with Dick Loftin in the 5pm hour to win!  Remember, the event is free, but you must RSVP. You can reserve your spot by clicking HERE. 
WHO: Brian Kilmeade is coming back to Tulsa! – presented by Baker Sleep 3.4 WHY: He has a new book out, Sam Houston and the Alamo Avengers WHEN: Friday, November 8th from 8am – 11am. WHERE: 1st event - Live nationwide broadcast and book signing (8am - 11am) in the KRMG Performance Center 2625 S Memorial Drive, Tulsa, OK 74129 2nd event - Book signing at Barnes & Noble (12pm - 2pm) Woodland Plaza, 8620 E 71st St, Tulsa, OK 74133 RSVP HERE: The events are free, but you must reserve your spot for the live broadcast and book signing in the KRMG Performance Center Radio Show First, he will be doing his national radio show in the KRMG Performance Center and you are invited to join us. The event is FREE, and we will have copies of his book for purchase in the KRMG Performance Center. Come on by, be a part of his national radio show, and buy copies of his book, which he will sign during this event. And yes, he will be taking photos with you too at this event. Again, the event is free, but you must RSVP. You can reserve your spot by clicking HERE.  Book Signing  Second, if you can’t make it to the live broadcast and still want to buy a book, meet Brian and get it signed, he will be doing a book signing at the 71st location Barnes and Noble from 12noon – 2pm. We’ve created ample opportunity for you to meet one of the most powerful and humble media hosts in the country! Don’t miss these opportunities, Green Country! Be Our VIP Guest: Starting October 28th, we will be giving away VIP tickets to the event. VIP Guests will receive reserved seating close to the stage, a free book, and a meet and greet with Brian! Be listening to the KRMG Morning News with Dan Potter during the 7am hour, and the KRMG Evening News with Dick Loftin in the 5pm hour to win!  Remember, the event is free, but you must RSVP. You can reserve your spot by clicking HERE. 
WHO: Brian Kilmeade is coming back to Tulsa! – presented by Baker Sleep 3.4 WHY: He has a new book out, Sam Houston and the Alamo Avengers WHEN: Friday, November 8th from 8am – 11am. WHERE: 1st event - Live nationwide broadcast and book signing (8am - 11am) in the KRMG Performance Center 2625 S Memorial Drive, Tulsa, OK 74129 2nd event - Book signing at Barnes & Noble (12pm - 2pm) Woodland Plaza, 8620 E 71st St, Tulsa, OK 74133 RSVP HERE: The events are free, but you must reserve your spot for the live broadcast and book signing in the KRMG Performance Center Radio Show First, he will be doing his national radio show in the KRMG Performance Center and you are invited to join us. The event is FREE, and we will have copies of his book for purchase in the KRMG Performance Center. Come on by, be a part of his national radio show, and buy copies of his book, which he will sign during this event. And yes, he will be taking photos with you too at this event. Again, the event is free, but you must RSVP. You can reserve your spot by clicking HERE.  Book Signing  Second, if you can’t make it to the live broadcast and still want to buy a book, meet Brian and get it signed, he will be doing a book signing at the 71st location Barnes and Noble from 12noon – 2pm. We’ve created ample opportunity for you to meet one of the most powerful and humble media hosts in the country! Don’t miss these opportunities, Green Country! Be Our VIP Guest: Starting October 28th, we will be giving away VIP tickets to the event. VIP Guests will receive reserved seating close to the stage, a free book, and a meet and greet with Brian! Be listening to the KRMG Morning News with Dan Potter during the 7am hour, and the KRMG Evening News with Dick Loftin in the 5pm hour to win!  Remember, the event is free, but you must RSVP. You can reserve your spot by clicking HERE. 
WHO: Brian Kilmeade is coming back to Tulsa! – presented by Baker Sleep 3.4 WHY: He has a new book out, Sam Houston and the Alamo Avengers WHEN: Friday, November 8th from 8am – 11am. WHERE: 1st event - Live nationwide broadcast and book signing (8am - 11am) in the KRMG Performance Center 2625 S Memorial Drive, Tulsa, OK 74129 2nd event - Book signing at Barnes & Noble (12pm - 2pm) Woodland Plaza, 8620 E 71st St, Tulsa, OK 74133 RSVP HERE: The events are free, but you must reserve your spot for the live broadcast and book signing in the KRMG Performance Center Radio Show First, he will be doing his national radio show in the KRMG Performance Center and you are invited to join us. The event is FREE, and we will have copies of his book for purchase in the KRMG Performance Center. Come on by, be a part of his national radio show, and buy copies of his book, which he will sign during this event. And yes, he will be taking photos with you too at this event. Again, the event is free, but you must RSVP. You can reserve your spot by clicking HERE.  Book Signing  Second, if you can’t make it to the live broadcast and still want to buy a book, meet Brian and get it signed, he will be doing a book signing at the 71st location Barnes and Noble from 12noon – 2pm. We’ve created ample opportunity for you to meet one of the most powerful and humble media hosts in the country! Don’t miss these opportunities, Green Country! Be Our VIP Guest: Starting October 28th, we will be giving away VIP tickets to the event. VIP Guests will receive reserved seating close to the stage, a free book, and a meet and greet with Brian! Be listening to the KRMG Morning News with Dan Potter during the 7am hour, and the KRMG Evening News with Dick Loftin in the 5pm hour to win!  Remember, the event is free, but you must RSVP. You can reserve your spot by clicking HERE. 
House overwhelming rebukes Trump over Syria withdrawal Angered by the outbreak of violence and a Turkish military invasion in areas of northern Syria held by U.S. forces until just last week, members of both parties joined in the House on Wednesday to deliver a clear rebuke of President Trump as lawmakers easily approved a resolution denouncing the policy change. 'This is one of those rare moments in Congress where we see both sides coming together,' said Rep. Michael McCaul (R-TX), as the House voted 354-60 for the resolution. The plan decried 'an abrupt withdrawal of United States military personnel from certain parts of Northeast Syria,' saying the resulting change 'is beneficial to adversaries of the United States government, including Syria, Iran, and Russia.' 'President Trump's decision to pull hastily out of Syria has caused a humanitarian disaster, endangers our Kurdish allies, and could cause the resurgence of ISIS,' said Rep. David Trone (D-MD). 'The President has demonstrated complete disregard for the harmful implications that his erratic decision-making will have on our troops,' tweeted Rep. Joe Neguse (D-CO). Even among GOP lawmakers who don't like these type of overseas deployments for the U.S. military, there was the overwhelming sense that the President had hastily decided to withdraw, leaving a vacuum which only benefits Russia and its Syrian allies, along with the Islamic State. After the vote, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi lumped additional criticism on the White House, when a briefing for lawmakers on the situation in Syria was scrapped. 'I am deeply concerned that the White House has canceled an all-Member classified briefing on the dangerous situation the President has caused in Syria, denying the Congress its right to be informed as it makes decisions about our national security,' Pelosi said. In the Senate it was much the same, as lawmakers in both parties spent much of Wednesday expressing their outrage over the President's decision, baffled that he would unravel years of work with a minimal number of U.S. troops to hem in Syria and the Islamic State - while partnering with Kurdish forces in the region. 'Withdrawal of U.S. troops gave Turkey a green light to go into Syria,' said Rep. Ben McAdams (D-UT). At the White House, the President denied that he had given Turkish leaders the green light - but a White House statement issued when Mr. Trump's withdrawal was announced clearly stated that the U.S. expected Turkey to move forces into Northern Syria. 'I want to get out of the Middle East,' the President said on Wednesday. Not long after the vote, members of both parties met with President Trump about Syria - as the meeting quickly turned sour, with Democrats raising objections to the President's moves in withdrawing U.S. troops from Syria, and the President pushing back. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other Democrats left the meeting, and told reporters that Mr. Trump had a 'meltdown.' Republican leaders and the White House denied that version of events.