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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

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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>>

Board of Education Approves New Testing Vendor Video included

The Oklahoma State Board of Education has approved a contract with a new testing vendor to conduct about 50,000 end-of-instruction tests for high school students this winter. More>>

Update: Woman Who Caused Pentagon Scare Does Not Have Ebola

An Ebola scare closed an entrance to the Pentagon and restricted access to the facility's South Parking lot on Friday, officials said. More>>

Trooper Formally Charged With Raping Woman During Traffic Stop Video included

Charges were filed Thursday against a former state trooper accused of sexually assaulting women while on duty. 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>>

Benches Removed Downtown To Battle Panhandling Video included

Downtown Tulsa, Bartlett Square; with something to see in every direction, whether you want to or not."This area was almost ground zero for that activity," said businessman Scott Pendleton.That activity, he says, was a very noticeably increase in panhandling."And some of the guys are you know, they're pretty rough customers, they're a little bit scary, and its a little bit cynical," he said.Adding to the problem,the presence of plenty of benches, which essentially facilitate loitering."It got... More>>

Dallas Healthcare Worker Who Handled Ebola Specimen Quarantined on Cruise Ship

Obama administration officials said a Dallas health care worker who handled a lab specimen from a Liberian man who died from Ebola is self-quarantined on a Caribbean cruise ship and is being monitored for infection. 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>>

Teachers Learn a Lesson About Students and Poverty

Research shows that poverty is often most visible in low performing schools. More>>

Federal Transportation Leader Looking to Improve Oklahoma Interstates

If you drive almost anywhere in Oklahoma you can see our roads and bridges need a lot of work. On Thursday morning local, state and federal planners met to talk about making some improvements. One particular area is I-44 west of the Arkansas River.Driving on I-44 is something Angela Bowes does nearly every day."I work in Tulsa but I live in Sand Springs. Plus I am a nurse and I travel constantly," Bowes said.Her daily commute usually consists of dodging potholes on all lanes of the interstate... More>>

Former Spavinaw Police Chief Remains On Bond

Spavinaw Police Chief Clarence William Gregory, Sr. Spavinaw Police Chief Clarence William Gregory, Sr.

A judge says the former police chief of Spavinaw can remain free on bond.  Prosecutors were in court Thursday trying to revoke Clarence Gregory, Sr.'s bond and send him back behind bars. More>>

Tulsa County Jail Screening New Inmates For Ebola

There aren't any cases of Ebola in Oklahoma, but many places aren't taking any chances, including the Tulsa County Jail.  New inmates at the David L. Moss Correctional Center are required to complete a questionnaire when they arrive at the jail. Their temperature will also be taken. More>>

Free Screening Tonight: "Broken Heart Land"

You are invited to a free screening of a controversial documentary based here in Oklahoma."Broken Heart Land," a film by Jeremy and Randy Stulberg, centers on a conservative military family in Norman, left to unravel the mystery behind their gay teenage son, Zack Harrington's, suicide. A week prior, Zack allegedly attended a local city council meeting in support for LGBT History Month in Norman, Okla. Many controversial and incendiary statements were made equating being gay with the spread of... More>>

Blind 9/11 Survivor Speaks At Tulsa Luncheon

A blind man who lived through the 9/11 terrorist attacks is in Tulsa for a motivational speech. He's sharing his story of survival.Michael Hingson has been blind since birth. He was on the 78th floor of Tower 1 with his guide dog Roselle when the plane hit the building. He says they felt the building sway and got in the staircase to head downstairs. They were isolated in the stairway and did not know it was a terrorist attack. He and his dog made it outside and were about 100 yards from the b... More>>

Ebola: Sen. Inhofe Wants Temporary Ban On Travel

Senator Jim Inhofe wants a temporary ban on travel from countries in West Africa that are affected by ebola.Those countries include Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea.Inhofe says, a ban is common sense way to protect the American public."Our nation has the capacity to remain a step ahead of the Ebola outbreak, but to date the Administration has failed to take responsible, necessary, and common sense actions to protect the American public from exposure to the disease and from the fear of its sp... More>>

Durant Undergoes Surgery To Repair Broken Foot

Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant underwent successful surgery today to address a Jones fracture in his right foot, Thunder Executive Vice President and General Manager Sam Presti announced. The Thunder, Durant and his representatives jointly decided for surgery to be performed by Dr. Robert Anderson with Thunder medical personnel present at the OrthoCarolina Foot and Ankle Clinic in Charlotte, NC.

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>>

Crews Working to Repair Water Line Break on Memorial

A city of Tulsa utility crew was working to repair a sizable water line break in midtown early Thursday morning. More>>

QuikTrip Armed Robbery Suspect At Large

Tulsa Police are looking for a man who robbed an East Tulsa QuikTrip with a knife early Thursday morning. More>>

Squatters May be to Blame for West Tulsa House Fire

A vacant house on Vancouver near the Sans Springs Expressway caught fire early this morning. More>>

Allergy Issues May Linger A While Longer

I have bad news if you suffer from fall allergies and thought our latest round of rain and cooler weather might provide some relief.

Tulsa Co. Jail to Pay Fee for New Arrests

Thursday morning, Tulsa Mayor Dewey Bartlett will address a new fee that would charge the city for every new inmate booked into the Tulsa County Jail.


Tulsa Considers Requiring Panhandling Permits

Tulsa City Councilors are considering requiring panhandlers to get permits. More>>

Nationwide Earthquake Drill Prepares Your Family

Are you and your family ready for a big earthquake?Thursday is the day to find out.Federal, state and local emergency management experts are hosting a "shake out."It's a way to practice the "drop, cover, hold on" safety method.All you have to do is drop to the ground, take cover under a steady object like a table, and hold on until the shaking stops.You can register your family's practice and get more information at http://www.shakeout.org/ More>>

Deadly Stabbing Suspect Arrested in Western Oklahoma

A suspect in a deadly stabbing at a Sapulpa hotel was arrested today in western Oklahoma. More>>

School Testing in Limbo Without Vendor

Students are preparing to take their winter tests, but right now the students are on standby. More>>

CDC: Nurse Exposed to Ebola Should Not Have Flown Video included

Health officials are alerting airline passengers who were on the same flight as a Texas nurse who was diagnosed with Ebola the next day. More>>

Water Line Break Causes Traffic Tie-Ups in Midtown Tulsa

Tulsa city crews were working early Wednesday morning to repair a 12-inch water line break near 31st and South Louisville Avenue. More>>

Police Chief Says Man Confessed to Killing Parents and Sister

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Lawton television station and ABC affiliate, KSWO, reported Wednesday morning that Duncan Police Chief Danny Ford confirmed that Alan Hruby had confessed to killing his family. More>>

Recent Rain Provides Some Drought Relief, But Is More Coming?

This week's rainmaker brought a lot of beneficial moisture to eastern Oklahoma.

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>>

Balanced Scoring Leads OKC To Win

The Oklahoma City Thunder beat the Memphis Grizzlies 117-107 on Tuesday night in their first preseason game since learning that reigning MVP Kevin Durant would miss significant time with a fracture in his right foot. More>>

Apartment Plans Stir Controversy In Brady Heights

It's currently an empty field at the corner of Haskell and Cheyenne in Brady Heights, but a developer has plans to turn it into something else."This project will fit the neighborhood," said developer Will Wilkins, who also lives in the neighborhood.A statement that at least at least 80 people in the neighborhood take exception to."The biggest concern is the size and scale of the proposed development," said area resident Jeremy Grodhaus.16 units, spread out over two buildings, the tallest bein... More>>

Arabian Show Horses Visit Tulsa Schools

A group of Arabian horses and their trainers gallop into some Tulsa schools. They're mixing education with a lot of fun."Do you know what this horse's name is? Rock On!", said one of the trainers."Say, 'Hi Radio'! He's sweet isn't he?", said another.Members of the Arabian Horsemens Distress Fund stopped by Hawthorne Elementary Tuesday.The visit, which is sponsored by the Junior League not only teaches the kids about these beautiful animals, but it's also about promoting literacy.All of the ki... More>>

Hilti Moving Headquarters from Tulsa to DFW

Hilti North America is moving its corporate headquarters from Tulsa to the Dallas Fort Worth area. More>>

Plane With Cracked Wall Panels to Undergo Repairs in Tulsa Video included

American Airlines says a jet that made an emergency landing in San Francisco after wall panels in the passenger cabin cracked loose would be flown to Tulsa for maintenance. 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>>

Former OSU RB Joseph Randle Arrested In Dallas

Randle has been arrested after taking underwear and cologne from a mall department store without paying. More>>

Brother of Executed Inmate Sues Oklahoma

The brother of a death row inmate whose problematic lethal injection in April prompted a rewrite of Oklahoma's execution protocols is suing the state. More>>

Woman Sought in Stabbing Death of Former Boyfriend's New Girlfriend

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Sapulpa Police are looking for 24-year-old Dicy Poore after a deadly stabbing in their city late Monday night. 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>>

Tentative December trial date set in Peterson case Video included


Adrian Peterson is hoping to go to trial as soon as possible. Whether the star running back for the Minnesota Vikings returns to the playing field any time soon is another question entirely. More>>

FBI: Militants may be working on plan to strike US


An al-Qaida cell in Syria that was targeted in American military airstrikes last month could still be working on a plan to attack the United States or its allies and is "looking to do it very, very soon," the head of the... More>>

D.A. seeks the death penalty in Moore beheading case


An Oklahoma prosecutor has filed formal notification that he'll seek the death penalty against a man accused of beheading a woman at a food processing plant. 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>>

Mystery Solved: Vehicles Missing from State Fair

If you haven't made your car payment, you might want to skip the Tulsa State Fair. The Sheriff's Department received several reports of missing vehicles, but it turns out they weren't stolen. They were repossessed. More>>

Moore beheading suspect arraigned, asks for Muslim attorney


The man suspected of beheading a co-worker last week in Moore has been released from the hospital and booked on first degree murder and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon charges. 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>>

Beheading suspect Alton Nolen charged with murder, assault Video included

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The D.A. charged a man with three felonies in the beheading a woman and assaulting another in Moore.

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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