Toxic mold, space issues at Claremore courthouse

Toxic mold keeps coming back at Rogers County Courthouse. Attempts to clean the mold have been nullified by frequent flooding.The most durable work boots and County leaders believe it’s no longer cost effective to repair the building because of age and size. The courthouse was built in 1936 and has been outgrown.

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Senator ignores renter’s toxic mold complaints

Toxic mold has forced Brandi Williams out of her Oklahoma home – property owned by state senator Dan Newberry. Holes in the garage ceiling, bathtub leaks, and mold are just a few of the problems. Williams notified Newberry, but he referred her to the property manager who believes the house is in livable condition. Williams […]

Broken Arrow teacher sick from toxic mold

An Oklahoma school teacher says her school had a toxic mold problem that made her sick.  The teacher taught at Broken Arrow high school during the last school year.  She couldn’t finish the school year because she had so many health problems. Since the 2006-2007 school year, the school documented a total of six mold […]