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2 Dead, 4 Critically Injured in Washington School Shooting

A student opened fire Friday morning at high school near Seattle, killing one student and critically injuring four others before fatally shooting himself, police and witnesses said. More>>

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Rewatch the State Superintendent Debate

Republican Joy Hofmeister and Democrat John Cox answer your questions about the top issues facing Oklahoma's public school system. More>>

Tulsa Man Arrested on Several Charges of Child Sex Abuse

A Tulsa man is accused of multiple counts of child sex abuse. More>>

Driver Arrested After Running Over Ten Commandments Monument

State troopers say someone drove across the capitol lawn and knocked over the Ten Commandments monument on the statehouse steps Thursday, smashing it to pieces.Troopers say the driver left the scene.The statue was six feet tall and made of granite. It was authorized by the Legislature and put up in 2012 after Republican State Rep. Mike Ritze and his family donated $10,000.The American Civil Liberties Union has sued to have it removed, arguing it violates the state's constitution.In response, ... More>>

Kevin Sweat Sentenced To Life In Prison Without Parole Video included

A judge sentences Kevin Sweat to three life sentences without the possibility of parole.

NY doctor back from Guinea has Ebola, 1st in city Video included

An emergency room doctor who recently returned to the city after treating Ebola patients in West Africa has tested positive for the virus, becoming the first case in the city and the fourth in the nation. More>>

Big-Time Warm Up This Weekend

After some decent rain across parts of eastern Oklahoma on Thursday, warmer and drier conditions will return this weekend. More>>

Union City Correctional Facility Escapee Captured in B.A.

A Broken Arrow Police officer captured an inmate who had escaped from a Union City Department of Corrections. More>>

Farmers Battle Railroad Video included

Peace and quiet are the predominant sounds in the community of farms just outside of Stroud that was built along what was once the railroad, you can still make out where the tracks were. A tranquility that could soon be shattered with the return of the railroad."Whoo, cow!"When Roy Vaughn and his wife Patsy moved here 8 years ago..."It's paradise to us," said Patsy.They never thought they'd be going through hell."It's a, really a helpless feeling because here we are, we're faced with having t... More>>

US to track everyone coming from Ebola nations Video included


All travelers who come into the U.S. from three Ebola-stricken West African nations will now be monitored for three weeks, the latest step by federal officials to keep the disease from spreading into the country. More>>

State Superintendent Debate: Replacing Common Core Video included

The next State Superintendent will oversee the development of new curriculum standards for Oklahoma schools. More>>

State Superintendent Debate: A-F School Grades Video included

About 200 schools statewide, including more than half of Tulsa's Public Schools, are failing under the current A-F grading system. More>>

Tulsa Police Searching for Missing and Endangered Man

Tulsa Police are searching for a man who was last seen on Oct. 13.

Tulsa Child Hospitalized in First Flu Case of the Season

A Tulsa County child is one of the two first confirmed cases of influenza in Oklahoma this season. More>>

Embattled OU Band Director Steps Down

Embattled Pride of Oklahoma director Justin Stolarik announced Thursday that he is stepping down as director of the University of Oklahoma's marching band effective immediately. More>>

Few Details Released in Tulsa's Latest Homicide

Homicide detectives said early Thursday morning that a 29-year-old man was found slumped over in the driver's seat of a maroon Chevy Impala Wednesday night in north Tulsa. More>>

Tulsa Chiropractor Arrested For Destruction Of Property Video included

A bizarre case, involving the of destruction of property is unfolding in Southeast Tulsa.A couple has lost $40,000 worth of trees and shrubs and there may be more victims.Tulsa Chiropractor, Jame Dohnalek, is under arrest and accused of killing their landscaping with herbicide and diesel fuel over an 18-month period.Those toxic chemicals also destroyed a 65-foot Pin Oak tree that belonged to Patrick and Phyllece Clare.There were 5-separate incidents of poisoning that also hurt their peace of ... More>>

Tulsa Concerned About High Female Incarceration Rate Video included

The Mayor's Commission on the Status of Women announced that female incarceration is a priority for the group for the next year. More>>

Remains of 6 individuals pulled from Foss Lake identified


The Oklahoma Office of the Chief Medical Examiner has identified the remains of six people that were found inside two vehicles submerged in Foss Lake in 2013. More>>

Senator Releases Top 100 Wastes of Taxpayer Money

Sen. Tom Coburn Sen. Tom Coburn

Oklahoma Senator Tom Coburn released his annual list of the biggest wastes of taxpayer money. More>>

Police: Gun used in Duncan triple-homicide recovered Video included

Alan Hruby. Alan Hruby.

Duncan police say they have recovered a gun believed to have been used to kill an Oklahoma newspaper publisher, his wife and teenage daughter. More>>

OSU Accuses College Of Stealing "Pistol Pete"

Oklahoma State University is suing another college claiming they plagiarized the mascot "Pistol Pete." More>>

Judge: abortion law will not be blocked Video included


A second lawsuit against a new abortion law headed to court on Wednesday. More>>

Tulsa Couple Pleads Guilty to Child Neglect

The parents of a malnourished girl who weighed just 13 pounds when she was nearly 3 years old have pleaded guilty to child neglect. More>>

Recusal hearing set for Adrian Peterson case judge

A hearing is set on whether to remove the judge in the felony child abuse case against Minnesota Vikings star Adrian Peterson. More>>

Drought Conditions Are Improving

With our recent rain, we've been able to make a big dent in the drought, especially across the eastern half of the state.

Outlet Mall Frenzy

At the moment its just 80 acres of woods near I-44 and 129th, but by 2017 it could be the site of a massive outlet mall containing 90 stores."It's a big, big thing for east Tulsa," said Tulsa city councilor Skip Steele, eagerly anticipating a Wednesday press conference where the formal announcement will be made."If we are successful of getting this outlet mall out here in east Tulsa, my vision is something similar in size to what we see at Tulsa Hills," he said.That "if" is a pivotal point, b... More>>

Young Veterans Need Jobs Video included

This area has hundreds of young veterans who need help because they can't find a job.While millions of Americans served in the Gulf Wars and the war on terrorism many need public and charitable assistance.Their unemployment rate is 50% higher than that of their friends who didn't serve and triple the national average.Too many civilian employers.. won't give them a chance.At The Coffee Bunker near 41st and Sheridan, you'll find Vickie Renter volunteering, to help her fellow veterans.That cente... More>>

Fears Over Ebola Raise Questions About Mission Trips

Fears over Ebola continue to grow nationwide. For some, it raises the question if missionaries should halt all trips to Africa. We found out how one local group is dealing with the Ebola crisis.Right now Youth Vision International is staying out of the affected countries in Africa because the virus is so wide-spread."It's beyond imagination what is happening right now," said David Rogers, Founder of Youth Vision International.Rogers and his wife Sammye are founders of Youth Vision Internation... More>>

Tulsa Murder Suspect Arrested in Nevada

A man suspected of killing a Tulsa woman was arrested in Nevada. More>>

Durant Being Patient With Injury Video included

The reigning NBA MVP had surgery on Oct. 16 and will be re-evaluated in about five weeks.

Sand Springs Man Killed Changing Tire on Texas Freeway

A Sand Springs man died Monday when his truck fell on him while he tried to change a tire on the side of a San Antonio highway. More>>

NCAA, OSU: Sports Illustrated Claims 'Unfounded'

Oklahoma State University and the NCAA issued a statement today saying their review showed the allegations against the Cowboys football program published by Sports Illustrated last year were "fundamentally unfounded." More>>

Oklahoma's Unemployment Rate Steady at 4.7 Percent

State officials say Oklahoma's unemployment rate remained unchanged at 4.7 percent last month. More>>

Oklahoma Asks Feds to Reinstate No Child Left Behind Waiver

The State Department of Education is asking for the federal government to reinstate Oklahoma's No Child Left Behind waiver. More>>

Water Line Break Affects Tuesday Morning Traffic

A water line break near Admiral and South Sheridan Road was affecting traffic in midtown Tulsa Tuesday morning. More>>

Drivers Should Expect Weeks of Lane Closures at Busy South Tulsa Intersection

Drivers in south Tulsa should be careful over the next five weeks as crews work on a project at the busy intersection of 71st and South Memorial Drive.


Teens' Joy Ride Ends in Crash

Tulsa County Sheriff's deputies say a joy ride was short lived for a couple of teens driving a stolen car early Tuesday morning. More>>

Suspect Arrested in Connection With Muskogee Shooting

MUSKOGEE, Okla. -- Shawn Gandy was arrested in connection with a shooting that took place in Muskogee Monday afternoon. More>>

Broken Arrow Asking Some to Stay Home Due to Ebola Concerns

BROKEN ARROW, Okla.--Broken Arrow Public Schools released a statement regarding Ebola and health concerns for their schools and are asking some individuals to stay home from school. More>>

Nearly 20 Inola Students Stay Home Due to Fears of Ebola

Fears caused by the spread of Ebola kept nearly 20 Green Country students out of school on Monday after parents learned three high school students traveled to Africa for a community church mission trip.The students attend Inola Public Schools, about 30 miles east of Tulsa."They left Thursday before fall break. Went to Ethiopia on a mission trip to serve in a local village. They put together a bread machine to make bread for the entire village," said T.J. Helling, a senior youth pastor.Even th... More>>

Pilot Ejects After Oklahoma Guard Fighter Jets Collide in Midair Video included

Two Oklahoma Air National Guard F-16 fighter jets flying a training exercise out of Tulsa collided in midair over southern Kansas, causing one of the pilots to eject from the aircraft. More>>

Education is Top Priority For Community and Candidates

Oklahoma parents are concerned about the future of education in the state. More>>

Tulsa Police Department Recover A Record Number Of Guns

The Tulsa Police Department says they have taken 177 guns off the streets, so far this year.  The organized gang unit recovered 138 firearms in 2013.  Their previous high was in 2009 when they recovered 163 guns. More>>

Update: Moore Students, Faculty Cleared to Return to Class After Ebola Concerns

Moore Public Schools said students and employees could return Tuesday after they were told to stay home on Monday because they had been on a cruise ship with a lab tech who worked with an Ebola patient. More>>

Another Outlet Mall Planned for Tulsa

Another outlet mall is in the works for Tulsa. More>>

Bartlesville Pre-K Student Diagnosed With Meningitis

Bartlesville School officials notified parents that a pre-K student was recently diagnosed with meningitis. More>>

County Commissioners Approve Fee Increase for Tulsa City Inmates

County Commissioners unanimously approved increasing the fee the city of Tulsa pays to house inmates in the county jail. More>>

Man Arrested For Sex Assault In Liquor Store

Residents and workers can breathe a sigh of relief.A man who allegedly robbed and sexually assaulted a clerk over the weekend is behind bars.It happened at Dreams Wine and Liquor Store on South Highway 97 in Sand Springs around 8:30 Saturday night.Officers say the suspect acted like an average customer..But as soon as he was left alone with the clerk, he pulled out a knife and attacked her.Police say Westly Oliver took money from the register, then forced the clerk to the back of the store, a... More>>

Indecent Exposure Arrest At Tulsa Raceway

A man is under arrest for stealing a golf cart at the Tulsa Raceway,then exposing himself to a couple of kids.Witnesses say, Preston Watkins drove the cart without permission..He then stopped outside the restrooms, but urinated outside in front of children.According to a police report, Watkins then put his hands around the neck of a 7 year old boy and tried to choke him.Watkins was arrested. He admitted to police, he'd had a several beers. More>>

Armed Robbery At Tulsa Super Cuts Salon

No one got hurt when an armed robber ripped off a south Tulsa salon.The guy walked into the Super Cuts at 96th and Riverside around 4pm Sunday wearing a ski mask.A worker told him to take it off. But the crook refused.He then lifted up his shirt and showed the worker a black club, demanding money.The suspect got away with an undisclosed amount of cash in a white truck driven by someone else. More>>

Man Accused of Raping 14-Year-Old Girl

Maurice Owens Maurice Owens

Tulsa Police arrested 22-year-old Maurice Owens early Friday morning after a 14-year-old girl said he'd raped her. More>>

Pawhuska Juvenile Killed in Osage County Crash

A young driver was killed in a crash on a rural Osage County road Saturday evening. More>>

Million-Pound Tower Moved From Broken Arrow To Colorado

Numerous road closures took place around Green Country Saturday.A tower weighing about a million pounds began its long journey from Broken Arrow to Colorado.Several streets were closed in Broken Arrow and Bixby as the 186-foot tower made it way down the road.It's used in the production of ethane and propane and was built by a Broken Arrow company.Bixby Police Chief Ike Shirley says, "It's much larger when you look at it logistically. It's much larger. You're looking at over a million pounds. ... More>>

Emergency Landing Caused By Medical Condition

A medical emergency on board an American Airlines flight promoted an unscheduled landing at the Tulsa International Airport. But some passengers had concerns of Ebola.The flight was traveling from Connecticut to Dallas around 3:30 Saturday when a passenger experienced a medical emergency.Officials say that it was a pre-existing medical condition, but that they can't say exactly what due to privacy concerns but that it was not Ebola related.With the current atmosphere of Ebola alert...

Community Benefits Of Oktoberfest

Before you embark into the world of the guy dressed as the Mr. Oktoberfest and indulge in the wonderful food, you have to embark on where you will park."Happy Oktoberfest!," said 4 year-old Caden. It's where you'll find him and his mother, Stephanie, raising money for the PTA, to fund things like field trips and clothes."We're at the West Maybee Boys and Girls Club," said Dwayne and Phillip, manning a parking lot to raise money for their cause. Once you get to Oktoberfest, you meet folks like... More>>

Is Ebola Overshadowing Dangers Of Flu? Video included

The headlines are being dominated by a deadly bug new to American soil, but lurking in the background is another killer who's familiarity can be disarmingly deadly."You have a better chance of dying of influenza than you do of Ebola," said Merlyn Sweet of the Visiting Nurse Association.Last flu season took the ultimate toll on over five dozen people across the state."Over 60 people died of influenza last year in Oklahoma," she said.Trying to avoid becoming a statistic, were Rita and Jerry Hub... More>>

Memorial services planned for slain Duncan family of 3


A public memorial service is planned for a slain Oklahoma newspaper publisher and two of his family members whose bodies were discovered at their home earlier this week. More>>

Ebola: Rising call for ban on travel from W Africa Video included


Warning that Americans are losing faith in their government's ability to stop Ebola, Republican lawmakers on Thursday pressed for a ban on travel to the U.S. from the West African outbreak zone. The White House said... More>>

Oklahoma High School Football Scores

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

OKC police officer accused of sex crimes bonds out of jail Video included


Protestors gathered outside the jail on Thursday protesting the release of an Oklahoma City police officer accused of several sex crimes. More>>

Charges filed against son accused of murdering family in Duncan Video included


Police in Duncan have arrested Alan Hruby for the deaths of his father, mother and sister. More>>

OHP: two dead following truck collision in Grady County Video included


Two semi-drivers are reported dead following a collision on the H.E. Bailey Turnpike in Grady County. More>>

CDC acknowledges it could have done more on Ebola Video included


The nation's top disease-fighting agency acknowledged Tuesday that federal health experts failed to do all they should have done to prevent Ebola from spreading from a Liberian man who died last week in Texas to the... More>>

Preliminary report on softball bus crash released


The National Transportation Safety Board has released a preliminary report on a crash in Oklahoma that killed four members of the North Central Texas College softball team. More>>

Can all US hospitals safely treat Ebola?


By MARILYNN MARCHIONE AP Chief Medical Writer The idea that all U.S. hospitals may not be able to safely treat Ebola patients seemed to find more acceptance Monday as a second federal official suggested... More>>

SUV Struck by Train in Catoosa

A Trailblazer was struck by a train in Catoosa this evening. More>>

Officer Shoots Armed Man in East Tulsa Video included

A Tulsa police officer shot an armed man in North Tulsa. More>>

Storm Damages Storage Units in Pryor Video included

Crews are working to clean up after a storage building near Pryor was damaged by this morning's storms. More>>

First U.S. Case of Ebola Confirmed in Dallas

Federal health officials have confirmed that a patient being treated at a Dallas hospital has tested positive for Ebola. More>>

Shooting Victim Found at East Tulsa Apartment Complex

Tulsa Police responded to a shooting call at an east Tulsa apartment complex.According to police dispatchers, a shooting took place near 400 S. Mingo Rd.Police on the scene say the injuries are not likely to be fatal since the victim walked from the initial shooting scene at 912 S 95 E. Ave., which is just south of the apartment complex.We will have the latest coming up tonight at 10 p.m. More>>

Rape Suspect Found Guilty on Child Porn Charges

A man accused of raping a 12 year old girl in Glenpool was convicted of distributing child pornography. More>>

OHP Trooper Fired for Policy Violation

An Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper was fired for policy violations that took place last September.According to Captain George Brown with OHP, Trooper Sheldon Robinson was fired today for policy violations after a shooting incident in the parking lot of a Best Budget Inn near Admiral and Sheridan.Robinson, 45, was was placed on administrative leave during an investigation after he shot and killed 25-year-old Michael Swatosh. Robinson was off-duty during the incident, but approached Swatosh and... More>>

Victim in North Tulsa Shooting Has Died

Tulsa Police are investigating a shooting that put one person in the hospital Tuesday morning and narrowly missed a young child.The call went out just before 2:45 a.m. from the 6300 block of N. Elwood Avenue near the Tulsa-Osage County line.Investigators say people inside the home heard someone breaking into their car.When they went outside to investigate, police say the burglar started shooting.One person was hit in the chest and isn't expected to survive. Another bullet went into the house,... More>>

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