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White House Lockdown After Suspicious Device Found

White House representatives say a small drone was found on the White House grounds. More>>

Limestone Fire in Need of Volunteers

Fires in Limestone are a bit tougher to fight these days with two firefighters out of commission. More>>

Superintendent Decision Delayed

A vote to decide the next leader of the Tulsa Public School system has been delayed for a week. More>>

Red Cross Volunteer Training Gets Hands On

The Red Cross hold volunteer training for Oklahoma and Arkansas. Puts volunteers to work with fire response. The Red Cross hold volunteer training for Oklahoma and Arkansas. Puts volunteers to work with fire response.

Dryer weather usually means higher fire risk. Higher fire risk means busier fire fighters. But it's not just fire fighters who were busy this weekend.The Red Cross hosted a training event for people from West Oklahoma, and South and East Arkansas. It started Saturday and lasted through Sunday.Multiple fires over the weekend left dozens homeless and put the volunteers to work with hands on training.Channel 8's Maureen Wurtz spoke with one woman who's been on more than 100 Red Cross disaster mi... More>>

TPS Delays Superintendent Announcement

TPS delays superintendent announcement. TPS delays superintendent announcement.

Tulsa Public Schools delayed the announcement of the district's superintendent until at least February 2nd.The board needs more time to deliberate.There will be a board meeting held this Wednesday at 5:30 p.m.We will bring you more details as we get them. More>>

Tulsa Police Arrest Two for Injuring an Infant and Shoplifting

Tulsa Police arrest two people this weekend for shoplifting and injuring an infant.Officers say Robert Doak and his wife Gena Carter stole more than $3,000 worth of items from Woodland Hills Mall Friday.Doak and Carter were booked into the Tulsa County Jail on charges of grand larceny and public intoxication.Officers charged Doak with child abuse after they say he grabbed the infant by his head and throat and threw the baby in their vehicle. Carter was charged with child endangerment.The infa... More>>

Dozens Express Anger, Concerns Over Muskogee Shooting

Around 100 people attended a community meeting Saturday at the Divine Love Church in Muskogee Saturday. The topic of conversation, the officer-involved shooting death of Terrance Walker, 21. More>>

Tulsa Fire Department on Scene of Fire at Shadow Mountain Apartments

Tulsa firefighters are on the scene of a fire at the Shadow Mountain Apartments.The complex is near 61st and Memorial. Crews have been on the scene since nine Sunday morning.No word on how many apartments are affected.Tulsa's Channel 8 is on the scene gathering information. More>>

Firefighters Investigate Fatal Fire in West Tulsa

Fatal Fire in West Tulsa Fatal Fire in West Tulsa

Tulsa Firefighters are investigating a hotel fire in west Tulsa.It broke out around 8:30am Saturday morning at the Interstate Inn on 5554 S. 48th W. Ave. Berryhill and Sapulpa fire crews helped Tulsa handel the fire.Tulsa's Channel 8 has a reporter on the scene gathering information, so far we've learned that someone has died due to the fire and one firefighter was injured. This coming from Keizor Battalion, Sapulpa's Fire Chief.20 units burned in the fire and the upper story saw most of the ... More>>

Cold Weather Returns Next Weekend

A big warm up is in store for the area for Monday through Wednesday.Highs will climb from the 60s on Monday into the 70s by Wednesday.A strong cold front will move through the area Thursday, which will knock high temps down some 20-30 degrees.A storm system will enter the Central U.S. on Saturday, which could bring us some rain or even a winter mix.Right now, our data is at odds on strength, location, and timing of storm system, so this will be watched as we get closer to the event.In the mea... More>>

Muskogee Community Recovering after Last Week's Shooting

Muskogee community gathers one week after fatal shooting Muskogee community gathers one week after fatal shooting

Watch live now on KTUL.com.http://www.ktul.com/category/269228/live-video-from-tulsas-channel-8The Muskogee community is gathering together to share their feelings on last week's fatal shooting. More>>

KMOD on Air Personality Shay "Biggie" Adams Dies of Illness

Shay "Biggie" Adams Shay "Biggie" Adams

Shay "Biggie" Adams of Tulsa's KMOD The Big Mad Morning Show passed away this weekend.The radio show host battled an illness for months. Facebook and Twitter posts from KMOD say that he died sometime Friday night.He took a leave of absence from the show back in November.His co-host, Corbin, wrote this message on their Facebook."I make my living making words and now words escape me. It is with overwhelming sadness that I write this. As many know, Biggie took a Leave of Absence in November due ... More>>

Man Killed in Early Morning Rollover Wreck in Broken Arrow

Man Killed in Rollover Accident Man Killed in Rollover Accident

Broken Arrow Police say a man is dead after a wreck that happened early Saturday morning.Officers say around 1:45am near the 2300 block of West State Highway 51 a Jeep Wrangler traveling East on the highway left the roadway at N. Aspen Ave. The Jeep rolled onto its top pinning the driver, 42-year-old Charles Raymond Martin, underneath it.Officer Chris Chambers with the Traffic Specialist Unit says Martin was transported to the hospital, but died shortly after arriving.Broken Arrow Police are ... More>>

How Long Will The Spring-Like Weather Last? Video included

A warming trend has started and continues into next week. More>>

Big Changes Coming for River West Festival Park

Crews at River West Festival Park just off Jackson Street are smack in the middle of a multi-million dollar renovation project that promises to bring some big changes to the venue. More>>

Muskogee Pastors Help Public Process Shooting

The incident took place in a matter of seconds, the aftermath will take much longer to process."It's not something that's easy to deal with," said Pastor Marlon Coleman.For Muskogee's pastors, the shooting has sparked a laundry list of questions as jolting as those gunshots; chief amongst them, could racial tensions be sparked?"Possible. It's possible, but we hope not, its really not a race thing," said Pastor Roscoe Beasley.To quell concerns, a firestorm of meetings have taken place."We've m... More>>

Crews To Narrow Tulsa Bridge Saturday, Expect Delays

Crews are scheduled to narrow the State Highway 11 bridge at 36th St. North over Dirty Butter Creek starting Saturday.Engineers found an unstable area underneath the bridge that they will fix starting Saturday at 9 a.m.The bridge has been around since 1955 and has been labeled "structurally deficient" and "functionally obsolete."Drivers should expect delays in the area.ODOT workers did not give a timeline on how long the repairs will take. More>>

Grandmother of Bride Says Muskogee Police Shooting Was “Something He Had to Do”

Grandmother of Bride Says Muskogee Police Shooting Was “Something He Had to Do”

It should have been a celebration of marriage, but the day Sonya Thomas' granddaughter got married, it was a tragedy. “This was a great day for us-a great day for us and we had to come outside to a tragedy,” said Sonya Thomas. Muskogee Police Officer Chansey McMillin shot and killed 21-year-old Terrance Walker outside the church where Thomas' granddaughter was getting married. According to police, Walker had threatened a guest at the wedding. “The officer he seemed like he was okay,” said Th... More>>

Tulsa Police: Four Shots Fired Into Apartment, Children Inside

Tulsa Police say four shots were fired into an apartment in East Tulsa.It happened Friday evening at the Windsong Apartments just east of 31st and Mingo.Officers say six people were inside the apartment, and four of those people are under the age of five.No one was hurt.Police say no one saw what happened, so they do not have a suspect description.Anyone with information is asked to call CrimeStoppers at 918-596-COPS (2677) More>>

Muskogee Police Release Video of Officer-Involved Shooting Video included

Muskogee police have released the body camera footage from an officer involved shooting earlier this month. More>>

Video Released of Police Shooting, Mom Says ‘It Won't Bring Him Back' Video included

The mother of the man who was shot by a Muskogee police officer says she doesn't plan to watch the body camera video that was released today. More>>

Supreme Court To Review Oklahoma Execution Drug

Other states unmoved by botched execution of Oklahoma inmate. Other states unmoved by botched execution of Oklahoma inmate.

The Supreme Court is taking up the issue of a drug used in lethal injection executions. More>>

Big Warm Up This Weekend

Warmer weather returns this weekend with highs climbing into the upper 50s on Saturday.Highs will continue to climb into the 60s for Sunday through mid next week.An abrupt end to the warm weather is expected by the end of next week, as a strong cold front moves into the region.There is the potential for a strong storm system to move through the Central U.S., which will provide the chance for some precipitation. More>>

Man Shot Several Times in South Tulsa Carjacking

Tulsa police were investigating a carjacking that put a man in the hospital early Friday morning. More>>

Election Reform Bills Video included

In the election process, casting your vote, and the steps the lead up to it are virtually frozen in the past."I've never met a government process that can't be modernized," said Oklahoma State Senator David Holt, looking to kick start election reform with a series of bills that would hopefully increase voter turnout. How bad have things gotten?"In 1992 over 70% of Oklahomans voted in the Presidential election, but in 2012 only 50%, third worst in the nation," he said.The bills would do things... More>>

16 More Oklahomans Die from Flu

The blue line shows flu hospitalizations in Oklahoma this year. The blue line shows flu hospitalizations in Oklahoma this year.

Sixteen Oklahomans died from the flu in the last week. More>>

Glenpool Water Customers Undercharged, Must Make Up The Difference

250 water customers in Glenpool are hit with a little sticker shock.Their January water bills were sky high.The city blames a sub-contractor reading the meters.Customers used the water, but had been undercharged for several months.They now have until March 31 to pay their bills.City manager Roger Kolman says, "The staff here was as unpleased as they were with what had happened. And worked very diligently to find a solution to help our customers catch up, and make sure that both sides actually... More>>

Broadmoore Celebrates The Mighty 90s!

Celebrating the mighty 90s!There's a whole lot of shaking going on over at the Broadmoor Retirement Community.They're honoring 25 residents over the age of 90.At a party Thursday, each person received a certificate of recognition from Mayor Dewey Bartlett's office and state lawmakers.State Representative Jeannie McDanielle crowned this year's queen and king.Owen Brown and Opal Clark Moss are the oldest residents at Broadmoor.Organizer Pamela Bell says, "People don't realize that socializing i... More>>

Tulsa School Board Expects to Hire New Superintendent on Monday Video included

The Tulsa School board says it will announce the next school superintendent, on Monday, after a weekend of interviews. More>>

Owasso Woman Arrested For Trafficking Cocaine

Owasso Police have arrested a woman they say was trafficking cocaine.Officers arrested Lakesha Johnson, 25, after they found 50 grams of cocaine, more than 25 grams of marijuana, prescription pills, cash, and guns in her apartment.They had served a search warrant and arrested her after finding the drugs and paraphernalia January 19th.She was booked into jail on several complaints, including trafficking of cocaine and possession of marijuana with intent to distribute. More>>

No Charges Against Clerk Who Shot, Killed Men Trying to Rob Store

Tulsa County prosecutors will not charge a convenience store clerk who shot and killed two men trying to rob the store. More>>

Jenks Police Search For Suspect After Armed Robbery At Convenience Store

Jenks Police are on the lookout for a man who was caught on camera pulling a gun on a store clerk.It happened at the A-J's Convenience Store at 91st and Union.The video shows a man pulling a black handgun and pointing it at the store clerk. The clerk empties out the cash drawer, then the man runs off.Anyone with information is asked to call Jenks Police. More>>

Could Cold, High-Point Beer Come To Oklahoma?

An Oklahoma state senator has written an bill that would allow liquor stores to sell cold, high-point beer.Senate Bill 383 would mean the liquor stores would be able to sell refrigerated beer over a certain alcohol percentage. This would not change how grocery stores sell beer."I've heard from scores of Oklahomans from all parts of the state who are really supportive of this effort to modernize state law to enable the sale of cold high-point beer in liquor stores," said the bill's author, Sta... More>>

Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame Struggles to Pay Bills Again

The financially struggling Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame still owes more than $14,000 in past-due insurance bills, even though its executive director says the debts have been settled. More>>

Lawmaker Wants to Create Alert System for Prison Escapes

An Oklahoma lawmaker has filed a measure to notify the public when inmates escape from state prisons. More>>

Lawmaker Wants State to Stop Issuing Marriage Licenses

Marriage licenses could be a thing of the past if lawmakers approve a bill by a Cordell lawmaker. More>>

Inhofe: Climate Change is Real, But Not Caused by Humans

Sen. Jim Inhofe Sen. Jim Inhofe

One of Congress' most vocal skeptics of climate change is backing a measure saying it is real and not a hoax - but says it's arrogance to believe human beings are causing it. More>>

Medical Examiner: Missing Rogers County Man Found Dead in Tulsa was Shot

The medical examiner's office has determined that a Rogers County man reported missing Wednesday morning was shot multiple times before being found dead in a Tulsa motel room. More>>

Police Seek Masked Suspect in Midtown Tulsa Robbery

Tulsa Police were searching Thursday morning for a man who robbed the Kum Go at 46th and South Yale Avenue. More>>

Sapulpa Firefighters Battle Second house Fire in 6 Hours

Sapulpa firefighters responded to reports of a house fire west of Kiefer early Thursday morning. More>>

Fire Destroys Home, Adults & Young Children Escape Through Window

Sapulpa fire officials say seven people awoke to the sound of fire crackling away in their mobile home just west of the city early Thursday morning. More>>

TU's Winning Streak Reaches Eight - Golden Hurricane Beat Memphis Video included

The Hurricane led by double-digits most of the final 20 minutes and held its largest lead of 28 points at the mid-way point of the second half. More>>

Morris Schools - Out Sick Video included

Morris, the little city with a big welcome and currently an even bigger sickness."Over 100 in elementary, like 161 people," said two Morris students, speculating on just how many people have been sick in the school system recently.An official tally was unavailable as school officials apparently had their hands full just briefing parents."Well I just asked the secretary in there she said its just several different things, flu, upper respiratory infections, strep, different things like that. Sh... More>>

Fiery Crash Closes Turner Turnpike

State troopers say both directions of the Turner Turnpike have been shut down after a fiery crash.It happened just before 9 p.m. at mile marker 207. That's just northwest of Sapulpa near highway 66.Troopers say traffic is backed up for miles.Troopers are working to clean up the scene. More>>

Muskogee Police Say Man Shot During Armed Robbery

Muskogee Police say a man has been shot during an armed robbery.It happened at 8:45 Wednesday evening in the 800 block of North York.Officers found a man with a gunshot wound to his upper body when they arrived on scene. He was conscious, but we do not know his condition at this time.Police say it's most likely a customer that attempted to intervene in the robbery.Officers are looking for a black male with a thin build, 5' 8", possibly in his teens wearing dark colored clothing with an Aztec-... More>>

Tulsa Police Arrest Man For New Year's Eve Shooting At Hookah Lounge

Tulsa Police have arrested a man who is wanted for a shooting at a hookah lounge on New Year's Eve.Officer say Steven Desean Courtney, who goes by Steezo, shot two people at the hookah lounge near 51st and Memorial. It happened an incident broke out at 3:15 that morning.Courtney was booked into the Tulsa County jail Wednesday evening. Court documents indicate he is being charged with two counts of Assault and Battery with a deadly weapon.Related story: http://www.ktul.com/story/27741698/polic... More>>

Tulsa Police Investigate South Tulsa Shooting

Tulsa Police are investigating a shooting in South Tulsa.It happened just after 8:30 in the 7800 block of S. Victor. It happened at the Riverchase Apartments just north of 81st and Riverside.Officers say they got a call of shots fired in the area and found a male had been shot twice, once in the chest.Police say the victim told officers he was the victim of a carjacking, but officers say it's most likely a drug deal gone bad.KTUL has a crew on the scene and will update this story as more info... More>>

Tulsa Police Arrest Suspect After Missing Man Found Murdered Video included

Tulsa police are investigating the city's latest homicide, an Inola man who was reported missing this morning. More>>

Chase Suspects Crash into Police Car Video included

A police chase ended in a crash in north Tulsa. More>>

Cirque du Soleil Returns To Tulsa's BOK Center

Cirque du Soleil returns to Tulsa."Varekai" opens tonight at the BOK Center."Varekai" means "wherever" in the language of the gypsies.The show starts where the Greek mythology of Icarus ends.Publicist, Vanessa Napoli says, he gets too close to the sun, falls from the sky, and lands in an enchanted forest."Varekai tells the story of struggle. It tells on how you stand back up once you've fallen. And Icarus does that through the love and support of the creatures of the forest. Which is a metaph... More>>

New Inductees Named For Oklahoma Music Hall Of Fame

2015 Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame Inductees announced 2015 Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame Inductees announced

The Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame announces its new class of inductees.
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Arrest Warrant Amnesty In Glenpool Coming Soon

The City of Glenpool has about 3,000 outstanding arrest warrants.That's about $1.3-million in revenue.So, in order to recoup that money, the city is offering a warrant amnesty period during the month February.If you pay-up, the Glenpool Municipal Court will waive the $100 dollar warrant fee.The offenses mainly include unpaid traffic tickets.And Police Chief Dennis Waller says, most people were just passing through town."They're traveling through. They think they're never going to go back to G... More>>

New Proposal To Extend Lawmaker Term Limits

Proposal to extend lawmaker term limits Proposal to extend lawmaker term limits

A state lawmaker is proposing extending term limits for Oklahoma lawmakers from 12 to 16 years.
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Lawmakers Propose Changes To Voting Laws

State lawmakers could consider changes to Oklahoma election laws including allowing voting by mail.
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Lawmaker Wants Attorney General to Investigate Officer-Involved Deaths

Rep. Mike Shelton Rep. Mike Shelton

An Oklahoma lawmaker filed a bill to allow the Attorney General's office to investigate and prosecute when a law enforcement office kills a civilian. More>>

Missing Inola Man Found Dead Video included

Police are investigating the death of a missing Inola man. More>>

Security Guard Stabbed, Tulsa Police Searching for Three Teenagers Video included

Tulsa Police are investigating a stabbing near East Central High School. More>>

Rain Possible Thursday Morning

A storm system will affect parts of the area early Thursday morning.Scattered showers will be possible south of Tulsa early Thursday, with Tulsa seeing very little in the way of precipitation.There is the possibility that a few snow flakes could mix in with the rain along Interstate 40.However, no accumulation is expected, at this time.Milder conditions expected this weekend. More>>

Water Line Break Affecting East Tulsa Neighborhood

A six-inch water line break was affecting an neighborhood in east Tulsa early Wednesday morning. More>>

TCC: Free Tuition? Been There, Done That

The president's plan to fund the first two years of community college for millions of students in the U.S. has drawn lots of criticism, but over at Tulsa Community College, it's a plan that seems to be working. More>>

TPS Superintendent - Will It Be House or Gist?

He's been the face of TPS since 2008, making an indelible impression, but come this June he's saying farewell."Dr. Ballard is going to be a tough act to follow," said TPS spokesman Chris Payne.But those looking to fill his shoes are impressive in their own right, with Millard House perpetuating a family legacy of education..."His Dad was formerly superintendent a number of years ago," said Payne,While Deborah Gist currently manages a $1.2 billion education system."She's the Commissioner of Ed... More>>

McIntosh Man Arrested for Allegedly Beating Dog with Hammer

Jordan Smith Jordan Smith

Police arrest a McIntosh man accused of attempting to kill a dog with a knife.On January 18, the McIntosh County Sheriff's Department responded to a call in the River Oaks area southeast of Eufaula. The caller said there was a dog with major injuries nearby.Deputy Kevin Branscum showed up at Jordan Smith's house and found the dog with extensive injuries inside a dog house. He says the dog was still alive, but had major injuries to the head and back of the neck.Deputy Branscum stated in a repo... More>>

67-Year Old Woman Headed to Prison in 1992 Murder Case

A 1992 murder case is coming to a close, in Creek County.  More>>

Developers Work To Acquire Land For XL Pipeline By Eminent Domain

It's the first move since the state's high court cleared the way for the planned route.Developers filed paperwork Tuesday in nine counties.A two-year window for eminent domain will close Thursday.But the route still faces challenges.Opponents have filed lawsuits to stop construction.Meanwhile, Senate Republicans are forging ahead with a bill to begin pipeline construction.They could begin voting on amendments to the measure soon.The battle over the $8-billion pipeline is expected to drag on i... More>>

Union Voters Will Consider $27-Million School Bond

Voters in the Union Public School District will go to the polls next month.They'll consider a bond issue worth $27-million.If approved, the money will help pay for fine arts, STEM resources, technology, library and text books, and most importantly, new classrooms.Union's Superintendent, Kirt Hartzler, says, the district has grown by 300 students this year."The growth that we have primarily seen is in the north-central part of the district. So we need to add about 10-12 additional classrooms a... More>>

Reports: Baker Hughes to Lay Off 7,000

Oilfield services company Baker Hughes announced today it expects to lay off 7,000 employees in the next few months. More>>

Tulsa Announces Final Candidates for Superintendent

Tulsa School officials released the names of the two finalists to be the next superintendent. More>>

1 Killed in West Tulsa Wreck

One person was killed in a wreck in west Tulsa this morning. More>>

Woman Charged in 1992 Deaths Accepts Plea Deal

A woman charged in 1992 murder accepted a plea deal this morning. More>>

Former Oil Executive Warns of $5 A Gallon Gas

The relief from the pain at the pump may be short-lived. USA Today reports former Shell Oil executive John Hofmeister is predicting gas prices will soar to $5 a gallon over the next decade. More>>

Police Searching for Monday Night Shooting Suspect

Tulsa Police are investigating a shooting in south Tulsa. More>>

No. 19 OU Claws Back, But Falls Short at No. 11 Kansas

The Sooners overcome a 20 point first-half deficit, only to falter late and lose to the Jayhawks 85-78.
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Grass Fires Keep Tulsa Fire Crews Busy

A day of celebration and remembrance of Martin Luther King Jr. was kept safe, in large part, thanks local firefighters. More>>

Claremore Vandals Caught On Camera

The sound of a tire being changed was very repetitive at the Chris Pruitt car lot Monday afternoon, very repetitive."28, 28 tires were cut today," said Gary Epperson.And that was just the tip of the iceberg in this latest round vandalism since Christmas week. Across the street at Café Flores..."They had a window broken out, the owner had his tires cut," said Epperson.Next door at the old ac repair store, they had two windows shattered. Behind there at the Uhaul place...Steve Gaghins was reeli... More>>

Tulsa Celebrates MLK Holiday Video included

Tulsa's annual Martin Luther King Jr. Parade drew a large group of participants, to the organizer's surprise.  More>>

Woman Charged With 3 Murders In 1992 Offered Plea Deal

A Oklahoma Department of Corrections mug shot of Noe from 2007. A Oklahoma Department of Corrections mug shot of Noe from 2007.

A woman charged with killing two women and a girl in 1992 whose bodies were found in a hole dug for a septic tank is due in court on Tuesday. The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation says Beverly Noe has been offered a plea deal and if it is accepted will plead guilty in court in Bristow. No other details on the deal were made public. More>>

Students Volunteer At Food Bank For MLK Holiday

More than 100 students used their day off from school to give back to the community for the Martin Luther King holiday. They gathered at the Community Food Bank for a day of service. Volunteers helped repackage pasta which will be distributed to the food bank's 450 partner programs. This is the third year for the event. More>>

Arrest Made in Drumright Murder

A Drumright man is in jail, accused of murdering a 64-year-old man. More>>

Man Pleads Guilty to Child Abuse in Attack on 8-Year-Old

A Konawa man has pleaded guilty to charges related to the video of his 8-year-old son being kicked in the head by a 15-year-old boy. More>>

Pharmacy Robbed Twice in One Week, Possibly Connected

Police were investigating early Monday morning after an armed robbery at an east Tulsa Walgreen's store. More>>

Suspect in December Homicide Arrested

Police arrested a man Sunday afternoon in connection with a December shooting death in east Tulsa.
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House Fire Kills 1 in Bixby Video included

Police and Fire officials in Bixby confirm they were investigating a deadly house fire early Friday morning.
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Ten commandments statue replaced at Capitol Video included

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The Ten Commandments monument on the capitol grounds has been replaced after it was destroyed by a man who ran it over with his car.
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One Man Injured in North Tulsa House Fire

A home near Mohawk Golf Park is fully engulfed in flames this morning. More>>

Update: Sapulpa Home a Complete Loss After Fire

Tulsa firefighters are working to contain a house fire in west Tulsa.Channel 8's Laura Neal was in the area and says the home went up in flames quickly.The home is near Oaks Country Club in west Tulsa.We will have the latest information as it is verified. More>>

Midtown Police Pursuit Ends in Collision

Tulsa Police were involved in a pursuit in midtown. More>>

Driver Killed After Truck Rolls Over Near Sand Springs

Authorities have identified the man who was killed in a crash near Sand Springs on Wednesday. More>>

Domestic Violence Call Ends in an Officer-Involved Shooting

Tulsa Police were called to an apartment complex near Admiral and Garnett earlier this evening for a possible shooting. More>>

Oklahoma High School Football Scores

View the latest Oklahoma High School football scores. More>>

Thousands Without Power in Tulsa County

Thousands are without power in Tulsa County this evening. More>>

14 People Displaced in Broken Arrow Apartment Fire

Broken Arrow firefighters are on the scene of an apartment complex fire.Dispatchers say an apartment building at Indian Springs apartments at 2177 W. Jasper Street is on fire.We have a crew headed to the scene and will continue to update this as information is verified. More>>

Governor Mary Fallin Re-Elected for Second Term

Gov. Mary Fallin fended off a challenge from Democratic state Rep. Joe Dorman in her quest for a second four-year term as Oklahoma's chief executive. More>>

Joy Hofmeister Elected State Superintendent

Former state Board of Education member Joy Hofmeister has become only the second Republican since statehood to be elected as Oklahoma's top schools chief. More>>

Frank Lucas, Markwayne Mullin Re-Elected to Congress

Republicans Frank Lucas and Markwayne Mullin were re-elected to Congress. More>>

Republicans Lankford, Inhofe Win Senate Seats

Both Republican candidates clinched Oklahoma's two Senate seats, according to projections from ABC News. More>>

Health Department Monitoring Traveler in Tulsa for Ebola Symptoms Video included

The Tulsa Health Department is complying with the CDC regulations after a person traveling from west Africa arrived in state. The individual is considered to be low risk, which means that the person traveled to one of the affected countries in the previous 21 days, but has not had any known exposure to Ebola.The person will be under 21 day surveillance period to monitor for symptoms. According to the health department, the person being held developed fever. The individual was transported via ... More>>

Stillwater Police Investigating Possible Homicide

A man is in police custody after reports of a homicide in Stillwater.Stillwater police say a man was found dead near 400 S. Oakdale. Investigators received multiple calls of a body in the area around 2:46 p.m.One man is currently in police custody for questioning.No other information is available at this time. More>>

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  • Okla. teacher accused of having sex with student in teacher's lounge

    Okla. teacher accused of having sex with student in teacher's lounge

    Friday, January 23 2015 3:10 PM EST2015-01-23 20:10:52 GMT
    Daresa Poe. Photo courtesy of Woods County Sheriff's Department.Daresa Poe. Photo courtesy of Woods County Sheriff's Department.
    A northwest Oklahoma teacher has been arrested after being accused of having several sexual encounters with a student.More >>
    A northwest Oklahoma teacher has been arrested after being accused of having several sexual encounters with a student. More >>
  • How Boehner Held His Composure During the SOTU

    How Boehner Held His Composure During the SOTU

    House Speaker John Boehner said Thursday that Republicans would vote to extend the government's ability to borrow money for six weeks. (File Photo)House Speaker John Boehner said Thursday that Republicans would vote to extend the government's ability to borrow money for six weeks. (File Photo)
    WASHINGTON (AP) - How to behave when 30 million Americans give your political nemesis their undivided attention in a televised speech and your job is to sit quietly behind him?House Speaker John Boehner tells CBS' "60 Minutes" that during President Barack Obama's State of the Union speech he focused on the back of the president's head, trying not to make news. The Ohio Republican can be seen throughout the hourlong speech listening politely but never smiling.When asked if he practiced his sco...More >>
    WASHINGTON (AP) - How to behave when 30 million Americans give your political nemesis their undivided attention in a televised speech and your job is to sit quietly behind him?House Speaker John Boehner tells CBS' "60 Minutes" that during President Barack Obama's State of the Union speech he focused on the back of the president's head, trying not to make news. The Ohio Republican can be seen throughout the hourlong speech listening politely but never smiling.When asked if he practiced his sco...More >>
  • Lincoln County Fire Under Control

    Lincoln County Fire Under Control

    Fire in Lincoln County that burned hundreds of acres is now under control.Fire in Lincoln County that burned hundreds of acres is now under control.
    CHANDLER, Okla. (AP) - Firefighters have contained a large grass fire in Lincoln County.Officials say the fire was reported shortly before 1 p.m. Sunday north of Wellston, about 30 miles east-northeast of Oklahoma City.Officials say the flames were being pushed southward by strong winds from the north and northwest. Authorities say no structures were damaged by the flames and no injuries were reported.The National Weather Service had issued a wind advisory that expired at 5 p.m. Forecasters s...More >>
    CHANDLER, Okla. (AP) - Firefighters have contained a large grass fire in Lincoln County.Officials say the fire was reported shortly before 1 p.m. Sunday north of Wellston, about 30 miles east-northeast of Oklahoma City.Officials say the flames were being pushed southward by strong winds from the north and northwest. Authorities say no structures were damaged by the flames and no injuries were reported.The National Weather Service had issued a wind advisory that expired at 5 p.m. Forecasters s...More >>
  • South Dakota State Knocks Off ORU

    South Dakota State Knocks Off ORU

    Korey Billbury reached 1,000 career points in Saturday's 76-72 loss to South Dakota State.Korey Billbury reached 1,000 career points in Saturday's 76-72 loss to South Dakota State.
    Cody Larson scored a career-high 27 points and had 12 rebounds to lead South Dakota State to a 76-72 victory over Oral Roberts on Saturday night.More >>
    Cody Larson scored a career-high 27 points and had 12 rebounds to lead South Dakota State to a 76-72 victory over Oral Roberts on Saturday night.More >>
  • Protesters at Iowa Freedom Forum

    Protesters at Iowa Freedom Forum

    DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - Protesters have heckled Republican presidential prospects Rick Perry and Chris Christie over immigration policies during a conservative political forum in Iowa.The former governor of Texas was interrupted during his speech to the Iowa Freedom Forum by six people chanting, "If you become president, will you deport our families?"The six young adults claimed to be children of immigrants in the U.S. illegally. Police escorted them from the auditorium.Perry opposes offering...More >>
    DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - Protesters have heckled Republican presidential prospects Rick Perry and Chris Christie over immigration policies during a conservative political forum in Iowa.The former governor of Texas was interrupted during his speech to the Iowa Freedom Forum by six people chanting, "If you become president, will you deport our families?"The six young adults claimed to be children of immigrants in the U.S. illegally. Police escorted them from the auditorium.Perry opposes offering...More >>
  • No. 21 Baylor's Late Run Seals Win Over 19th Ranked Sooners

    No. 21 Baylor's Late Run Seals Win Over 19th Ranked Sooners

    Royce O'Neale caught the pass off balance, and in one motion got the ball to Rico Gathers for a rim-rocking end to No. 21 Baylor's game-clinching run. The dunk by Gathers punctuated a late 10-0 spurt that finally put Baylor ahead to stay in a 69-58 victory over No. 19 Oklahoma on Saturday night.More >>
    Royce O'Neale caught the pass off balance, and in one motion got the ball to Rico Gathers for a rim-rocking end to No. 21 Baylor's game-clinching run. The dunk by Gathers punctuated a late 10-0 spurt that finally put Baylor ahead to stay in a 69-58 victory over No. 19 Oklahoma on Saturday night.More >>
  • Oklahoma Secretary of Finance Arrested

    Oklahoma Secretary of Finance Arrested

    Oklahoma Secretary of Finance arrested on alcohol-related complaint.Oklahoma Secretary of Finance arrested on alcohol-related complaint.
    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Oklahoma Secretary of Finance Preston Doerflinger has been arrested by Oklahoma City police on an alcohol-related complaint.The Oklahoman reports (http://bit.ly/1z3XKvR ) that Doerflinger was arrested late Thursday on a complaint of actual physical control of a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. Records show Doerflinger was booked into Oklahoma County jail about 1:30 a.m. Friday and released.A police report says Doerflinger was arrested after officers res...More >>
    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Oklahoma Secretary of Finance Preston Doerflinger has been arrested by Oklahoma City police on an alcohol-related complaint.The Oklahoman reports (http://bit.ly/1z3XKvR ) that Doerflinger was arrested late Thursday on a complaint of actual physical control of a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. Records show Doerflinger was booked into Oklahoma County jail about 1:30 a.m. Friday and released.A police report says Doerflinger was arrested after officers res...More >>
  • Kansas State Avenges Previous Big 12 Loss To Oklahoma State

    Kansas State Avenges Previous Big 12 Loss To Oklahoma State

    Nino Williams would have fit right in during the era of short-shorts, when set shots were the norm and there was no such thing as a 3-point line.Then again, Kansas State's senior forward is doing just fine these days, too.Williams kept pouring in jumpers while scoring 20 points, and the Wildcats led from start to finish in a 63-53 victory over Oklahoma State on Saturday."That midrange shot, he's got it down," Kansas State coach Bruce Weber said, "and it's not something — any midrange basketba...More >>
    Nino Williams would have fit right in during the era of short-shorts, when set shots were the norm and there was no such thing as a 3-point line.Then again, Kansas State's senior forward is doing just fine these days, too.Williams kept pouring in jumpers while scoring 20 points, and the Wildcats led from start to finish in a 63-53 victory over Oklahoma State on Saturday."That midrange shot, he's got it down," Kansas State coach Bruce Weber said, "and it's not something — any midrange basketba...More >>
  • TU Fends Off East Carolina To Preserve Perfect League Record

    TU Fends Off East Carolina To Preserve Perfect League Record

    James Woodard scored 17 points and added five rebounds to lead Tulsa to a 66-64 victory over East Carolina on Saturday. After East Carolina's Michel-Ofik Nzege dunk tied the game at 61 with 2:09 to play, the Golden Hurricanes scored five straight points down the stretch, all of which came at the free throw line, to put the game away.More >>
    James Woodard scored 17 points and added five rebounds to lead Tulsa to a 66-64 victory over East Carolina on Saturday. After East Carolina's Michel-Ofik Nzege dunk tied the game at 61 with 2:09 to play, the Golden Hurricanes scored five straight points down the stretch, all of which came at the free throw line, to put the game away.
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  • FDA Warns Against Keepsake Ultrasounds

    FDA Warns Against Keepsake Ultrasounds

    The Food and Drug Administration warned this week that those keepsake ultrasounds that are so popular with mommies-to-be could be dangerous to your unborn child.More >>
    The Food and Drug Administration warned this week that those keepsake ultrasounds that are so popular with mommies-to-be could be dangerous to your unborn child.More >>
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