Here are the top trending stories right now in green country.
A man escorted out of a medical marijuana meeting files a lawsuit against the Rogers' County Sheriff's office.
This video shows the heated moment.
In the lawsuit, Chip Paul says Sheriff Scott Walton wrapped his hands around his neck. The sheriff says the man was being disruptive, even after he was asked to be quiet several times. Paul is asking for $75,000, even though that exceeds what law allows. One can only ask for in excess of $10,000.
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I-35 is back open after a bomb turns up on the interstate near Pauls Valley.
Authorities say Department of Transportation worker found the explosive device while mowing near exit 74.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol bomb squad turned out to investigate.
The experts quickly identified it as a "Sparkler bomb" - which they say is extremely dangerous.
Parking in downtown Tulsa is about to get easier.
The City is launching a new app to pay for on-street parking with your phone.
Signs are up near busy areas showing how to use the "Park mobile" app.
You can pay through the app in the Tulsa Arts District starting July 2.
Tulsa Public Schools hosting a career fair and interview day Thursday morning.
It's happening at the Education Service Center near E. 31st and S. New Haven from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The district says anyone interested in teaching should come out and explore their open certified positions.
You are encouraged to register for the event to sign up for a specific interview time.
We've posted the registration information online at kjrh.com and on the free 2 Works for You app.
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