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Tulsa Police Search for Robbery Suspects

Tulsa police search for four men who may be tied to two separate robberies this weekend.The first took place Saturday night. Police got a call around 10:00 pm at the Creekwood Apartments near 81st and Memorial. They say four men approached a woman and grabbed her purse. Police believe the men may have used a taser or stun gun on the woman. They managed to take her purse and escape into a white suburban.The second robbery took place around 1:00 am Sunday morning. Police got a call of a stolen ... More>>

Pictures, Christmas Presents Destroyed in Sapulpa House Fire

A house fire in Sapulpa destroyed a family's home, along with years worth of their precious memories. More>>

Man Shot in Back After Early Morning Accident

Man Shot in Back Man Shot in Back

A man drives himself to the hospital after being shot in the back.Police got a report of shots fired around 1:30 a.m. near 71st and Memorial.They say the man had backed into an orange car in the parking lot near Cronies Bar. Three men got out of the car to inspect the damage when they and the man got into an argument. That's when someone started firing a shots at the lone man. Multiple shell casing were found on the ground.Police say the wound is non-life threatening and the man is in surgery... More>>

Holiday Travel Forecast

If you have travel plans the next few days in Oklahoma or out of state, here is a look at what you can expect into next week. More>>

First Day Of Winter

Winter officially begins at 5:03 p.m. December 21.
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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>>

Keeping Festive Despite Holiday Deadline Video included

The initial premise of this story was to report about the crazy pressure of the most commercial holiday of the year, and ooh what a mood that can put you in. More>>

One Man Killed In Rollover Accident

A man was killed after rolling his truck on the Broken Arrow Expressway near the Utica exit. More>>

Pushmataha Woman Charged After Using Animal Medication to Treat Children

A Pushmataha woman used animal medication to treat her seven children while living in tents in a wooded area. More>>

Public Safety Issue Would Fix Street Potholes

The mayor of Tulsa wants to use an expiring tax, to keep and fund public safety.
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Four Gold Coins Discovered In Salvation Army Kettles

Gold coins discovered in red kettles Gold coins discovered in red kettles

A big surprise for workers at Tulsa's Salvation Army."We pulled out our very first kettle, and we pulled out a two dollar bill, and it was heavy," said Major Jim Taylor.Because inside that kettle and other kettles, they discovered three 1880 U.S. $20 coins and a gold Krugerrand, all from different locations.No word how much they're worth. But it is no doubt, greatly appreciated. More>>

Crooks Target Tires, Rims in Broken Arrow

Police say crooks with a taste for tires and rims are targeting SUVs and trucks in the Broken Arrow area. More>>

Local Alzheimer's Patients Wanted For National Study

Tulsa researchers are working to stop Alzheimer's disease, but they need your help.Five-million Americans are living with mild to moderate Alzheimer's, and 60,000 of those people are in Oklahoma.That's why Tulsa Clinical Research has joined a national study.The Noble Study involves a new drug for patients with mild to moderate Alzheimer's disease.Researcher say the drug may work by protecting brain cells which could result in improved memory.The study will enroll 450 patients at many sites ac... More>>

Caramel Apples Linked to 4 Listeria Deaths

Listeria bacteria  Photo: James Folsom / Creative Commons  / MGN Listeria bacteria Photo: James Folsom / Creative Commons / MGN

Health officials are warning consumers to avoid prepackaged caramel apples because they are linked to four deaths and more than two dozen illnesses in 10 states. More>>

Tulsan Killed in Oil Rig Explosion

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The Coal County Sheriff's Department has confirmed the identity of two people killed in a drilling rig fire Friday morning. More>>

FBI Links North Korea to Sony Hack

Kim Jong Un (Photo: Courtesy Wiki Commons / MGN) Kim Jong Un (Photo: Courtesy Wiki Commons / MGN)

The Obama administration says it's determined the North Korean government was behind a devastating hacking attack against Sony Pictures Entertainment. More>>

Semi Crash Closes Highway Near Nowata

Authorities have closed U.S. Highway 60 near Nowata while they try to clean up a semi-truck crash. More>>

Police Sting Nets Suspect in String of Tire Thefts

After months of trying to track down a thief stealing tires and wheels from vehicles around south Tulsa, police said they caught their man early Friday morning. More>>

Buy Broken Arrow Winning Numbers

The Buy Broken Arrow shopping campaign has come to a close and the Chamber of Commerce has selected the winning tickets. More>>

Apartment Fire in West Tulsa Under Investigation

Crews investigating the cause of a West Tulsa apartment fire. Crews investigating the cause of a West Tulsa apartment fire.

Teams investigated an apartment fire in a West Tulsa bedroom on Thursday evening.No one was home at the time of the fire and no one was hurt.  More>>

Marijuana Legalization Battle Heats Up Video included

The clock was the first tip off, followed by the throw pillow, the Christmas tree ornament, and the picture with Tommy Chong; that if you wanted to talk about marijuana laws, this was the place to be."I'm on the front lines of the war on drugs, I'm down there representing people getting caught with small amounts of marijuana and pounds of marijuana," said criminal defense attorney Jay Ramey.He is also a member of NORML the National Organization for Reform of Marijuana Laws, and just this last... More>>

Homicide Suspects Surrender at West Tulsa Motel

Suspect taken into custody at west Tulsa motel.
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Window for Holiday Shipping Slowly Closing

With just a few days left to get those Christmas packages in the mail, it's just about time for the procrastinator to shine. More>>

Former Police Officer Headed to Trial

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A former police officer is heading to trial, accused of killing his daughter's boyfriend in August. More>>

Tulsa Sports Teams Competing As Bell Ringers

Drillers raising money for Salvation Army Drillers raising money for Salvation Army

With Christmas just one week away, some local charities are still in need for the holiday. Representatives from our local sports teams are competing to see who can raise the most money for the Salvation Army. More>>

Memorial Service Set For Broken Arrow Chamber Executive

Mickie Taylor Mickie Taylor

Broken Arrow's Chamber of Commerce announces a memorial service for an executive member.43 year old Mickie Taylor was Vice President of Government Affairs.Taylor died Tuesday night when her corvette went off the road and rolled over.Services are scheduled for Monday, December 22 at 10am at The Assembly Church in Broken Arrow.That address is 3500 W. New Orleans.In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Margaret Hudson Program: Mickie Taylor Scholarship Fund.The address is 751 W. More>>

Tulsa Fire Stations Sold At Auction

Two vacant former fire stations were sold at auction on Thursday. The first is located at 1712 S. Phoenix in West Tulsa. It was bought by Oklahoma State University for $135,000.
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Every Student Given A New Pair Of Shoes For Christmas

Park Elementary students in west Tulsa get a generous Christmas gift from a local car dealership.Bob Hurley Ford made sure every student received a new pair of shoes.Hurley got involved after meeting the principal and realizing the needs of the students.He says, "When kids open up the gift and put their shoes back in the box and say, 'can I take this home because I want my mom to be with me when I open it because it's my first pair of tennis shoes,' it just makes you emotional and you don't r... More>>

Update Former Tulsa Cop Will Stand Trial for Murder Video included

Shannon Kepler Shannon Kepler

A former Tulsa police officer charged with killing his daughter's boyfriend was bound over for trial today. More>>

Oklahoma Challenges Colorado's Marijuana Legalization

Nebraska and Oklahoma are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to declare Colorado's legalization of marijuana unconstitutional. More>>

Four More Oklahomans Die From Flu

The Oklahoma Department of Health is reporting four more deaths due to influenza in the state. More>>

Constantly changing online prices stump shoppers

Online shopping has become as volatile as stock market trading. Wild, minute-by-minute price swings on everything from clothes to TVs have made it difficult for holiday shoppers to "buy low." More>>

Driveway Robbery Video included

It's a home that puts you at ease, with its Christmas lights, toy soldiers, and Santa, but jolly would not describe what happened recently."It was just really scary," said Amber Villegas.Saturday night, Amber and her husband had just pulled into the driveway after shopping."And as I was inside my husband was bringing packages to me," she said.With a party a few houses down, nothing seemed odd about the car that suddenly parked nearby."It just happen too fast," said Armando Villegas.Until one ... More>>

More Locals Turn to Social Media to Help Catch Thieves

More people are posing pictures of crimes on social media websites More people are posing pictures of crimes on social media websites

With the holidays right around the corner, thieves are helping themselves to whatever they can snatch. Nowadays more and more victims are using social media to fight back.In some cases, the online posts lead to arrests.Over the weekend someone posted a picture of a truck on Owassoisms Facebook page. The reader said the driver of the truck stole her belongings from her car while parked at the Walmart in Owasso. Four days later after the picture hit the internet Collinsville Police spotted the ... More>>

Wagoner Co. Deputies Searching for Burglary Suspect

Wagoner County Sheriff's are searching for a burglary suspect. More>>

Tulsa Secret Santa Pays Off 100 Overdue Layaway Accounts Video included

Somewhere in Tulsa, or someplace close to Tulsa, there's a guy, or a girl, who wants to make sure hundreds of kids have a very special Christmas this year. More>>

Tulsa Principal Teaches Class to Make Up for Teacher Shortage

Halfway through the school year, several Tulsa classrooms still lack a teacher.
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OHP Troopers Making Spirits Bright

Making spirits bright..Oklahoma's Highway Patrol is teaming up with Santa Claus, spreading holiday cheer to kids in four Tulsa hospitals.Wednesday, 25 troopers delivered teddy bears to children who are injured or terminally ill.Captain George Brown says, "When that uniformed trooper walks in with Santa Claus and those teddy bears, to give to them, their eyes just glow and they light up, even if it's just for a minute. And that's what makes it special to us."State troopers have visited the hos... More>>

Service Dogs Need Donations

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No doubt, the kids love getting Christmas gifts, but so do our four-legged friends.Donations are making that happen at Therapetics in Tulsa.The organization provides service dogs to veterans and to people who are disabled.They're having an open house and stocking auction this Friday night from 6:30 to 8:30.The address is 9433 East 51st Street.Susan Hartman with Therapetics says, "It's a chance for people to come and learn about Therapetics, see where it is that we train the dogs. We'll have a... More>>

Broken Arrow Chamber Official Killed in Rollover Crash Video included

The Broken Arrow Police Department identified the woman killed in Tuesday night's crash as 43-year-old Michaelena Taylor of Broken Arrow. More>>

Tulsa Orchestra Students Invited To Play At Carnegie Hall, Need Help Raising Money

Music students at Edison Preparatory School in Tulsa have been invited to perform at Carnegie Hall in New York City.The orchestra received top ratings in a competition last year and earned a spot to play.But the cost is $2,000 a per student, and most of the children who attend the school are on free or reduced lunch.Although hard work and talent helped them get the invitation, many families cannot afford to send the students.Nathan Greenwood is the orchestra director. Parents say the program ... More>>

Sneak Peek: Christmas Forecast

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Christmas Day across Oklahoma looks a little unsettled.A strong cold front will be pushing through the region on or around Christmas Day.This will revert us back to the colder weather pattern we last dealt with in November.As far as chances for a White Christmas? Well, it's still way too early to give a clear indication, but it still appears to be dry.We will be keeping a close eye on an upper level system that will be moving through the central portions of the U.S. during that time frame.On ... More>>

Apartment Fire Displaces 2 Families in West Tulsa

Tulsa firefighters raced to the Parkview Terrace Apartments late Tuesday night after calls about an apartment fire.
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VA Forum Tackles Tough Questions

For a few hours Tuesday evening the American Legion doubled as a VA help center, with computers set up to check on individual claims, and there are a lot of them."My office, which is staffed solely by volunteers, has seen almost 3,500 people," said DAV volunteer Bob Brandt.And in the past says, Brandt, a year could go by without any resolution on a claim. Now..."Now, depending on the type of claim that you're filing for, how many issues you're filing for, it could be done in four months," he ... More>>

New Evidence in Tulsa Unsolved Murder Case

who are looking for answers."How do you cope with something when you don't know what happened," said Lori Baldwin.Baldwin is desperate to know who killed her best friend's daughter."She is like my niece and the first thing in the morning that's what I think of," Baldwin said.In September fire fighters discovered Welch's body inside a burning house. On Tuesday we met with Welch's mother, who was too emotional to talk about the death."It's bad enough to lose a child but to lose one in that way.... More>>

Charities Need Christmas Help, Meeting Needs Video included

Tulsa charities are still in need of Christmas help. The Salvation Army reports that 300 individuals still need gift packages from their Angel Tree. More>>

Goodwill's Job Connection 2 Celebrates Grand Opening

Goodwill Job Connection 2 Goodwill Job Connection 2

Helping people find employment.That's the goal of Goodwill's: Job Connection 2.A grand opening ceremony took place Tuesday at 16th and Yale.All services are free and include career assessment, resume help, interview skills, and job opportunities..Director Sabrina ware says, "This is the mission we're on. This is the part that we help the people find employment. So it makes us happy, especially at Christmas time. What better gift, than to be able to find somebody a job that they need?"For more... More>>

New Degrees Created Through TCC-OSU Partnership

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Tulsa Community College teams up with OSU to provide new opportunities for students.The schools are making it easier to get an associate's degree, then get a bachelor's, and all at an affordable rate.20 new degrees will now be added to the existing 19.They include IT, Sociology, Psychology, Political Science, Geology and Business Administration.Speaking today Chamber President mike neal said, "Thank you for looking for opportunities to prepare your students for tomorrow, to prepare them for t... More>>

Will Cheap Gasoline Hurt Oklahoma

While gasoline below $2 a gallon is a gift to every Oklahoma family, it can also create problems for an oil-producing state. More>>

Former Oklahoma Pastor Suspected of Child Sex Abuse

Tommy Lynn Bailey, 56, was arrested Tuesday afternoon on a complaint of child sexual abuse, according to a release from the Altus Police department. More>>

Sony Hackers Reference 9/11 in Threats to Movie Theaters Video included

Movie poster for The Interview starring James Franco and Seth Rogan. (Photo: Columbia Pictures / MGN) Movie poster for The Interview starring James Franco and Seth Rogan. (Photo: Columbia Pictures / MGN)

Hackers calling themselves Guardians of Peace made ominous threats Tuesday against movie theaters showing Sony Pictures' film "The Interview" that referenced the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. More>>

Tulsa Police Recover Car Used in Double Murder

Tulsa Police announced today they've recovered a vehicle used in the murder of two women. More>>

Video Shows Man Using Stolen Credit Cards

Tulsa Police are searching for a man suspected of using stolen credit cards. More>>

At Least 126 Killed in Pakistan School Attack - Most Victims Were Students Video included

Taliban gunmen stormed a military-run school in the northwestern Pakistani city of Peshawar on Tuesday, killing at least 126 people before Pakistani officials declared a military operation to clear the school over. More>>

Fire Destroys North Tulsa Business

Flames raced through a north Tulsa business early Tuesday morning, destroying the building on East Admiral Place, a few blocks east of Harvard. More>>

More Rain Possible Wednesday Video included

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The active weather pattern continues for Oklahoma.The next storm system is scheduled to move into our area Wednesday afternoon and evening.Rain will be likely and temperatures will remain chilly with highs in the lower 40s.Another weak system will move across the area Friday, which will bring us another chance for light showers.Dry weather expected for the weekend into early next week. It appears that a very cold weather pattern could develop by Christmas. More>>

Protecting Your Holiday Shipments

It was sitting out front of the UPS store, a trailer to handle all those extra packages coming in, on this, the busiest shipping day of the year."Los Angeles," said one customer."To Florida and to Arizona," said another.And as those gifts travel from here to there, inevitably, there are worries that someone besides the intended recipient, as seen in a surveillance video, may take that package right from your front porch."It really came about so that things don't have to sit on your porch," sa... More>>

Senator for Oklahoma Blocks Veterans Suicide Prevention Bill Video included

Senator for Oklahoma blocks Veterans Suicide Prevention Bill Senator for Oklahoma blocks Veterans Suicide Prevention Bill

Startling numbers concerning our military men and women. Every day about 22 U.S. veterans commit suicide. Last year 8,000 took their own lives. A new bill could help lower those numbers, but it's getting some push back from U.S. Senator for Oklahoma Tom Coburn.Coburn thinks the $22 million bill is a waste of money because the Department of Veterans Affairs already offers suicide prevention programs.Many people in Green Country disagree. Especially one mother who experienced first hand the aft... More>>

Don't Let Lower Gas Prices Trick You into Spending More, Experts Warn Video included

Some consumers are reporting saving as much as ten, fifteen, or even more money each time they fill up their gas tanks.  More>>

Attorneys Seeking to Halt Oklahoma Executions

Attorneys for 21 Oklahoma death row inmates head to federal court this week hoping that behind-the-scenes details of an execution gone awry will prevent a "bloody mess" from ever happening again. More>>

Rogers County Murderer Given Life Sentence

Vance Wright Sentenced To Life In Prison Vance Wright Sentenced To Life In Prison

A Rogers County judge sentences Vance Wright to life in prison with the possibility of parole. In October, A jury convicted Wright of murdering Kelsey Bray in 2011. More>>

New Information On Tornado That Touched Down On Sunday

Arcadia Tornado Rated EF0 Arcadia Tornado Rated EF0

The National Weather Service has rated a small tornado that touched down in Arcadia Sunday as an EF0. That is the smallest rating given by the weather service and indicates wind speeds of 40-72 mph. The tornado appears to have been on the ground for 30 seconds or less in the small town northeast of Oklahoma City. No damage was reported. The last tornado in Oklahoma in December was December 31, 2010 in Adair County. More>>

Wreaths Across America Honors Veterans

Volunteers have been placing wreaths on the graves of American veterans going all the way back to the revolution.The Perryman Cemetery in midtown Tulsa is the city's oldest private cemetery.A ceremony there over the weekend honored the lost lives dating back to the 1800's."People don't realize what's right around them here in Tulsa," says Mike Rusk, member of the Sons of the Union Veterans of the Civil War. "There were Civil War actions right around here. There are battle dead right here in T... More>>

Oklahomans Prefer Smokefree Bars and Nightclubs, Survey Says

A new survey of Oklahomans has found that 78.5 percent of the survey's respondents prefer smokefree bars and nightclubs. More>>

Tulsa School Board to Vote on School Bond Recommendations

Tulsa Public School board members will vote Monday on recommendations for a $415 million school bond. More>>

Green Country Musician Continues To Fight After Devastating Injury Video included

Aaron de la Pena began playing the cello at 11-years-old. He had a blooming career ahead of him, but a tragic shooting altered his life completely.
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Local Family Rides in "Abate Toy Run" in Honor of Loved One

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Thousands of motorcycle riders roared through Tulsa city streets as part of this year's "abate Toy Run." Among the large crowd was 15 -year -old Jason Vann and his grandfather Larry Vann."I get to introduce him to something maybe he can get into. He is going to be getting a bike pretty soon so it would be a good start," Larry said.This is the second year they've participated in the motorcycle toy run. Last year they rode alongside Jason's dad, but this year they ride in his memory."When I rid... More>>

Neighbor says Gunshot Victim Knocked on His Door, Collapsed on Living Room Floor

Shooting at Rosewood Apartments has Residents on Edge Shooting at Rosewood Apartments has Residents on Edge

An overnight shooting in north Tulsa has some residents on edge. 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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    Cowboys Hold First OSU Selfie Day

    The Oklahoma State Cowboys opened the doors after practice Saturday to meet with fans and take pictures.More >>
    The Oklahoma State Cowboys opened the doors after practice Saturday to meet with fans and take pictures.
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  • No. 15 Sooners' Late Rally Falls Short Against Unbeaten Washington

    No. 15 Sooners' Late Rally Falls Short Against Unbeaten Washington

    Jernard Jarreau scored 12 points, and No. 16 Washington held on for a 69-67 victory over No. 15 Oklahoma on Saturday night at the MGM Grand Showcase.The Huskies (10-0) led by as many as 20 in the first half, but only scored three points in the final 4:01 of the game. Jordan Woodard had a look at a potential winning jumper for the Sooners in the final seconds, but he missed and Andrew Andrews grabbed the rebound.More >>
    Jernard Jarreau scored 12 points, and No. 16 Washington held on for a 69-67 victory over No. 15 Oklahoma on Saturday night at the MGM Grand Showcase.The Huskies (10-0) led by as many as 20 in the first half, but only scored three points in the final 4:01 of the game. Jordan Woodard had a look at a potential winning jumper for the Sooners in the final seconds, but he missed and Andrew Andrews grabbed the rebound.More >>
  • NYPD Officers Shot and Killed, Identified

    NYPD Officers Shot and Killed, Identified

    2 NYPD officers who were shot and killed Saturday are now identified.2 NYPD officers who were shot and killed Saturday are now identified.
    NEW YORK (AP) - New York City's police commissioner says the gunman who ambushed and killed two police officers had made online posts that were "very anti-police."More >>
    NEW YORK (AP) - New York City's police commissioner says the gunman who ambushed and killed two police officers had made online posts that were "very anti-police."More >>
  • 2014 Angel Tree is Success

    2014 Angel Tree is Success

    The Salvation Army's 2014 Angel Tree program served more than 4,300 people this weekend.The Salvation Army's 2014 Angel Tree program served more than 4,300 people this weekend.
    Christmas came early Saturday morning at The Salvation Army. More >>
    Christmas came early Saturday morning at The Salvation Army. More >>
  • Oklahoma Governor Names New Veterans Services Heads

    Oklahoma Governor Names New Veterans Services Heads

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    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Gov. Mary Fallin has announced a new adjutant general to head the Oklahoma National Guard as well as a new secretary of veterans affairs.Fallin says Brig. Gen. Robbie L. Asher will become adjutant general on Feb. 2 and will command the Oklahoma Army and Air National Guard. He succeeds Maj. Gen. Myles Deering, who will become the governor's secretary of veterans affairs, replacing Rita Aragon.Fallin named Aragon to the new position of governor's liaison for veterans affair...More >>
    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Gov. Mary Fallin has announced a new adjutant general to head the Oklahoma National Guard as well as a new secretary of veterans affairs.Fallin says Brig. Gen. Robbie L. Asher will become adjutant general on Feb. 2 and will command the Oklahoma Army and Air National Guard. He succeeds Maj. Gen. Myles Deering, who will become the governor's secretary of veterans affairs, replacing Rita Aragon.Fallin named Aragon to the new position of governor's liaison for veterans affair...More >>
  • Oklahoma Executions to Use Same Drug as in Botched Execution

    Oklahoma Executions to Use Same Drug as in Botched Execution

    State to use same drugs as botched exectuionState to use same drugs as botched exectuion
    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Oklahoma's prison system chief says the state has the drugs it needs to execute four inmates early next year and plans to administer the same three drugs used in a botched execution this spring, but with an increased dose.Department of Corrections Director Robert Patton told a federal judge Friday the agency plans to use the exact formula used successfully in 11 executions in Florida, one that he believes is "humane."The judge plans to rule Monday in a case in which lawye...More >>
    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Oklahoma's prison system chief says the state has the drugs it needs to execute four inmates early next year and plans to administer the same three drugs used in a botched execution this spring, but with an increased dose.Department of Corrections Director Robert Patton told a federal judge Friday the agency plans to use the exact formula used successfully in 11 executions in Florida, one that he believes is "humane."The judge plans to rule Monday in a case in which lawye...More >>
  • One Man Killed In Rollover Accident

    One Man Killed In Rollover Accident

    A man was killed after rolling his truck on the Broken Arrow Expressway near the Utica exit.More >>
    A man was killed after rolling his truck on the Broken Arrow Expressway near the Utica exit.More >>
  • Buy Bixby Winning Numbers

    Buy Bixby Winning Numbers

    The "Buy Bixby" shopping campaign has come to a close and the Chamber of Commerce has selected the winning tickets. More >>
    The "Buy Bixby" shopping campaign has come to a close and the Chamber of Commerce has selected the winning tickets. More >>
  • Mortgage Rates Hit A New Low For 2014

    Mortgage Rates Hit A New Low For 2014

    Now may be the time to ask Santa for a house for Christmas! Mortgage rates have hit a new low for 2014. According to Freddie Mac, the average rate for a 30-year fixed-rate loan now stands at three-point-eight-percent. That's a rate not seen since may 2013.The average 15-year fixed loan, which is popular among those looking to refinance, fell to three-point-one-percent. That rate is about where the 15-year stood in October. Experts say plunging oil prices and fewer people applying for mortgage...More >>
    Now may be the time to ask Santa for a house for Christmas! Mortgage rates have hit a new low for 2014. According to Freddie Mac, the average rate for a 30-year fixed-rate loan now stands at three-point-eight-percent. That's a rate not seen since may 2013.The average 15-year fixed loan, which is popular among those looking to refinance, fell to three-point-one-percent. That rate is about where the 15-year stood in October. Experts say plunging oil prices and fewer people applying for mortgage...More >>
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    Record Company Not Happy With Pandora Payouts

    Pharrell Williams (Cropped Photo: kallerna / Wikipedia  / MGN )Pharrell Williams (Cropped Photo: kallerna / Wikipedia / MGN )
    A newly released memo shows Sony/ATV CEO Marty Bandier isn't pleased with the royalties paid by Pandora for popular songs like Pharrell Williams' hit “Happy,” according to a report from The Wrap.More >>
    A newly released memo shows Sony/ATV CEO Marty Bandier isn't pleased with the royalties paid by Pandora for popular songs like Pharrell Williams' hit “Happy,” according to a report from The Wrap.More >>
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