Lawsuit: Oklahoma auto dealership, loan company engaged in predatory lending for years

The lawsuit alleges the David Stanley auto dealerships inflated customer incomes and vehicle values to provide more costly loans to customers with bad credit, and after the finance company found out it hid the information from customers.
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Map shows Turkey Mountain, park space protected under proposed 50-year lease with River Parks

The city's proposed master lease agreement would not guarantee that park space will remain park space for the term of the lease but would put that decision in the hands of the River Parks Authority.
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As design phase ends, city inches closer to new flag design

Having received more than 300 submissions, the group seeking to replace Tulsa’s city flag believes it will have the proposals narrowed down to a “top 3” soon.
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Gilcrease Expressway extension project inching closer to reality

City officials sound cautiously optimistic that the state will agree to build a 5-mile extension of the Gilcrease Expressway.
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Kathy Taylor’s back at City Hall with a new job, a new perspective and the same office

Kathy Taylor, 61, said the city of Tulsa will continue to pursue “new to market” retail establishments, but that the focus will be on creating an easy and reliable environment for local developers to do their work.
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Frontier Favorites: Our top stories of 2016

From the polls, to the courts, to everything in between, 2016 had something monumental happening almost every day. And we were there to document it all.
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A local veterans assistance program continues to grow but still needs help as Christmas approaches

The Coffee Bunker always needs funds, especially as it seeks to expand to a new location. But right now the organization is seeking several items for the teenagers it assists.
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