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Thursday's 9:30 p.m. digital news update

Posted at 9:53 PM, Jun 21, 2018

Here's the top trending stories at 9:30 p.m. in Green Country.

A late-night food delivery service operating without a license in Tulsa.
    A woman filed a complaint against Midnight Grill with the health department after she got sick.
    The agency approved a kitchen near N. 72nd E. Ave. and Pine Street. 
    But now they've moved and the health department says they can't find where they are cooking the food!

A former Oklahoma pastor is sentenced for molesting a girl.
    Jody Hilliard was arrested two years ago, accused of lewd acts with a 10-year-old.
    The now 73-year-old was an assistant pastor in Duncan for 26 years.
    The Duncan Banner reports a judge suspended all but seven years of the 25-year sentence.

The Tulsa County District Attorney says no charges will be filed after evidence was found thrown in a dumpster behind the Glenpool Police Department.
    2 Works for You started investigating after those gruesome pictures from crime scenes were discovered.
    The district attorney tells us there is no proof of a criminal violation.
    They did make recommendations to the Glenpool Chief of Police on appropriate ways to dispose of evidence.

A local university stepping into the future.
    Rogers State University's Pryor campus opened a drone lab Thursday.
    It's the first of its kind in the state to offer students an FAA-approved course to receive a commercial drone pilot license.

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