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Bixby Energy Systems used a slick video to attract people to invest in 2008 even though the company's attorney warned that claims about its clean-coal technology weren't true. Prosecutors at the federal fraud trial of former Bixby CEO Robert Walker
Nina Shizumi Sakima, 20, died shortly before 6:30 a.m. after her 1991 Honda went off Highway 1 and fell about 420 feet off a cliff before landing on the beach below. The driver and a 25-year-old man were thrown from the car and landed on rocks about
Robert Walker resize text A convicted fraudster who once served as chief financial officer of Bixby Energy Systems testified Tuesday that CEO Robert Walker knew all along of his felony record and for years took kickbacks from commissions on the sale
Bixby Energy Systems CEO Robert Walker soothed investors for years with a steady stream of newsletters and e-mails whose invariably upbeat message about the now-defunct company included comparing it to famed computer maker Microsoft. In the second
Businessman Robert Walker was trying to change the world or deceiving people into thinking he could. Jurors heard those contradictory views of the former chief executive of Bixby Energy Systems as his federal trial began Tuesday on charges that he
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A California Highway Patrol helicopter took the hiker from the beach to Highway 1, where he was transported by ground ambulance to Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula.
After a lifetime of farming, the Conrad brothers were just ready to retire, plain and simple. Farming can be challenging, like many other industries during hard economic times. And the extreme Oklahoma weather has dealt farmers some setbacks. But for
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Sand Springs scored a big win in 6A-1, while Union avenged its back-to-back losses to Owasso. Academic woes are having a major impact on the depth of a few Tulsa Public Schools football teams, but most starters are passing all their classes and