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    McLain Students Injured In Bus Accident

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    Four McLain Junior High School students were injured in an accident involving a Tulsa Public Schools bus Monday morning.The call went out just before 8:30 am that there was an accident involving the bus and a vehicle near 46th and Lewis.TPS tells Tulsa's Channel 8 there were 50 students on the bus.A fire truck and EMSA were dispatched to the scene.We have a crew on scene and will update as more information comes available.More >>
    Four McLain Junior High School students were injured in an accident involving a Tulsa Public Schools bus Monday morning.The call went out just before 8:30 am that there was an accident involving the bus and a vehicle near 46th and Lewis.TPS tells Tulsa's Channel 8 there were 50 students on the bus.A fire truck and EMSA were dispatched to the scene.We have a crew on scene and will update as more information comes available.More >>

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Carjacking Near 41st and Lewis

A man's car was stolen early Monday morning near 41st and S. Lewis Ave. More>>

2 Semi Trucks Wreck on Hwy 412

2 Semis involved in accident on Hwy 412 2 Semis involved in accident on Hwy 412

Two semi trucks wrecked Monday morning in the eastbound lanes of Highway 412 east of Catoosa.Two people were injured and one truck rolled over.Oklahoma Highway Patrol is on scene.No word on the severity of injuries.There are unconfirmed reports that one person was trapped.No reports on whether or not parts of that highway are shut down.Tulsa's Channel 8 has a crew in route and will have live updates for you during GMO. More>>

Homeowners Beware, Scammers are Out There

In a time of sorrow and loss, they're out there. Scammers looking to make a quick buck and move on, leaving the homeowner with the damages and a lot less cash. More>>

Sand Springs Church Holds Sunday Service Despite Tornado Damage

Sand Springs Church Holds Sunday Services Despite Tornado Damage

Dozens of church members crowded into a small gathering place at Keystone Hills Baptist Church Sunday. “Surreal- you know there's so much to do and so much to prepare. You don't have time to think about hose kind of things,” said Pastor Mark Bane. The sanctuary at Keystone Hills Baptist Church was ripped apart by a tornado on March 25th. Bane said, in spite of the tornado damage, “The church is the people, it's not the building.” On Wednesday night, around 60 people, adults and children, cro... More>>

Storm Sewer Failure Causes Major Damage to Street

Storm Sewer Failure Causes Major Damage to Street Storm Sewer Failure Causes Major Damage to Street

A large hole opened up on 15th and Peoria in Tulsa Sunday morning.Michelle Allen with the City of Tulsa says it is not a sinkhole but a storm sewer that failed due last week's heavy rain. According to Allen, “A fire truck drove over this part of the street and it was investigated”.The city blocked off the area and no one was hurt when it opened. Crews are working on repairing the street, but are not sure when they it will be fully fixed. More>>

Man Arrested in Drunk Driving Collision, Infant Involved

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An early morning accident ends with a man being arrested for driving under the influence.Officers say two cars collided at 7700 E. 31st St. just before 1:00am Sunday morning. 21-year-old Pheng Vang was driving east on 31st and hit the passenger side of another car with three people, including an infant inside.Police arrested Vang for DUI.One passenger was taken to a hospital with injuries to his back and chest, he is expected to recover. The toddler was not hurt in the collision. More>>

Grand River Dam Authority Arrests Rape Suspect

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Grand River Dam Authority Police arrested a man on first-degree rape charges of a 15-year-old child.33-year-old Corey Bryan is being held at the Mayes County Jail without bond.Brian Edwards with the Grand River Dam Authority says they were called to a campsite at Cherokee State Park around 5 Saturday evening. There they found Bryan, the victim and their family.Authorities believe it was a forcible assault. More details were not immediately available.Edwards says the GRDA is getting a search w... More>>

Two Men Arrested after Traffic Stop, One Assaulted an Officer

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Two men arrested Sunday morning after being pulled over by Tulsa Police. One of them kicked an officer in the head.Around 2:00am this morning, Jeremiah Quigg and James Felts were pulled over near 61st and S. Yale Ave. for traffic violations. Quigg failed a sobriety test and was arrested for DUI. During the arrest a struggle broke out and Quigg kicked one of the arresting officers in the forehead. The second officer was also struck a few times during the struggle, but neither was seriously inj... More>>

Tulsa Police Search for Armed Robbery Suspect

Tulsa Police search for armed robbery suspect Tulsa Police search for armed robbery suspect

Tulsa Police search for an armed robber who they say robbed the Fiesta Mart at 3902 E. 11th Street early Sunday morning.Officers say around 5:30 Sunday morning a white male wearing a black and white flannel shirt entered the store and fired a gun. He demanded cash from the register and a carton of cigarettes. No one was hurt.The suspect then left the store and got into a large white SUV. Police say the vehicle was last seen north bound on New Haven Ave.Anyone with information about the armed ... More>>

Friends of Drowning Victim Devastated by Loss

Their deaths were sudden, and friends who knew one of the victims well said the news hit hard. More>>

Boy Scout Troop Helps Clean Up Park Damaged by Tornado

Boy Scout Troop Helps Clean Up Park Damaged by Tornado

It wasn't a typical Saturday morning for Boy Scout Patrick Powell. “Start from the soccer fields and we worked our way down over here. This is probably our last spot,” said Patrick. Patrick and his Boy Scout troop 101 from Sand Springs spent Saturday morning hauling branches and debris from the tornado that hit River City Park in Sand Springs. “It was pretty devastating it was a lot of trash, a lot of metal out in the trees, a lot of plastic,” said Patrick. The tornado knocked down dozens of ... More>>

Police ID victim of Tulsa's 18th Homicide, Searching for Persons of Interest

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Tulsa Police identify the victim of Friday morning's shooting outside the Obsession's Sports Bar at 3205 N. Peoria.Officers say 37-year-old Antaun Turner was shot and killed early Friday morning. Homicide Sgt. David Walker said, “There are indications that this murder is gang related and we are looking for up to four shooters.”Walker continued in a statement that reads, “Mr. Turner is not necessarily a gang member however he was intoxicated and loud and did a dance inside the bar that offende... More>>

Bodies Recovered from Creek in Muskogee County

Bodies recovered from creek in Muskogee County Bodies recovered from creek in Muskogee County

Oklahoma Highway Patrol recovered two bodies from a creek in Southern Muskogee County.Troopers say 63-year-old Emma Reece and 56-year-old Wade Kellogg were found this weekend. Troopers pulled a truck out of the creek, a few miles south of Warner, and found Reece's body inside Friday.Saturday morning at nine, Troopers recovered the body of Kellogg about a mile downstream from the county road.Both bodies were transported to medical examiners in Tulsa. More>>

Sunshine Returns This Afternoon Video included

Clouds will move out of the region today and sunshine will prevail. With full March sunshine, temperatures will rebound nicely.Highs today will reach the upper 60s and lower 70s across the region.Temperatures will continue to warm on Sunday, but clouds will increase by afternoon. There is just a slim chance for an isolated storm late in the day, but no severe weather likely.Severe weather chances do increase by Tuesday and then again later in the week. More>>

Sooners Run Ends in the Sweet 16 Video included

3rd-seeded  Oklahoma saw it's season end in the Sweet 16 by 7th-seeded Michigan State 62-58. The Sooners talk about what went wrong against the Spartans.
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Michigan State Ends Sooners' Season In "Sweet 16"

Denzel Valentine scored 13 of his 18 points in the second half to lead Michigan State to a 62-58 win over Oklahoma in an NCAA Tournament East Regional semifinal on Friday night. More>>

Juvenile Detention Proposal Stirs Controversy

Barely out of the gate, a proposal to turn the old Laura Dester shelter into the new Juvenile Justice Center isn't exactly being met with open arms."That upsets me greatly," said Beverly Shultz. She has lived in the neighborhood since 1963 and is not fond of the concept."Can't they find another place to put the detention center?" she asked."Putting a criminal detention facility in a neighborhood does not make sense," said Oklahoma State Representative Eric Proctor, who isn't on board with the... More>>

Couple Survives Tornado in Storm Shelter

Couple Survives Tornado in Storm Shelter Video included

A tornado victim said she had just minutes to get from her RV to a tornado shelter a couple hundred yards away before the tornado hit.  More>>

Nearly 200 Laid Off From Samson Resources

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Two oil and gas companies are cutting jobs in the Tulsa area due to the drop in oil and natural gas prices. Samson Resources laid off 196 workers from its Tulsa office on Thursday. The company reported a net loss of $1.6 billion for its third fiscal quarter in 2014. Worthington Industries is cutting 40 jobs at its Skiatook plant. That facility manufactures products used to separate oilfield fluids. It employs about 100 people. More>>

City Of Tulsa Does Not Plan Special Debris Removal

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The City of Tulsa will not be offering a special citywide storm debris removal for residents at this time. However, there are two low-cost options available: The City of Tulsa Mulch Site is located at 2100 N. 145th E. Ave. Tulsa residents may dispose of yard waste for free. The facility is open seven days a week from 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. A current driver's license or a recent City of Tulsa utility bill with a Tulsa address is required to use the site.  More>>

Community Reacts to Confirmed Measles Case in Stillwater Video included

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A highly contagious disease is now in Oklahoma. State health officials are investigating the first case of Measles since 1997.  More>>

Tornado Victim: ‘I felt Like I stayed too long.’

Tornado Victim: 'I felt Like I stayed too long.' Video included

Now, instead of building small wooden figures, the 79-year-old man has to rebuild his home after a tornado tore through his yard. More>>

Donut Shop Owner Hoping to Rebuild after Tornado

Donut Shop Owner Hoping to Rebuild after Tornado Video included

There was a pile of flour, hot dogs, twisted sheet metal, and kitchen equipment in the spot where Ted Jenkin's Donut shop used to be. More>>

Sand Springs Tornado Rated E-F2 Video included

An EF-2 tornado hit Sand Springs on Wednesday. The winds were 125 to 135 miles per hour and the tornado was on the ground for 9 miles and the maximum width was 800 yards. The storm killed one person at the rolling oaks estates mobile home park. More>>

Thunder: Durant Out For Next 4-6 Months

Oklahoma City forward Kevin Durant is expected to miss the next 4-6 months following another surgery on his previously broken right foot. More>>

Boren: 25 OU Students Disciplined, Origin of Chant Discovered Video included

OU President David Boren released the findings of an investigation into a fraternity following the release of a video showing members engaged in a racist chant. More>>

Governor Tours Tornado Damage

The cinder blocks were there, but the home that once rested on them had been thrown into the neighbors place 30 feet away. The first leaves of spring were actually pieces of insulation. And the only smiles in the area were the family pictures behind the broken window."Are you kids ok? It's kind of a scary time wasn't it?," said Governor Mary Fallin, touring the devastation, checking in on families, and letting folks know that assistance is available."We're here to help you guys we got a lot o... More>>

OK State Department of Health Confirms Measles Case

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The Oklahoma State Department of Health confirmed Friday that it is investigating the state's first case of Measles since 1997. More>>

100 MPH High Speed Stolen Car Chase

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Coweta Police initiated a high-speed pursuit Friday morning.Officers were notified of a stolen Ford F-150. One of the officers spotted it traveling westbound on 71st street.The driver sped up to speeds of nearly 100 mph and took the chase to Highway 75. He led officers eastbound on Highway 64/51.Officers deployed stop sticks, but the suspect avoided them.The pursuit continued out of city limits. That's when supervisors called off the chase.Coweta Police are still looking for a white Ford F-15... More>>

Explanation Of Why Tornado Weakened Before Hitting Tulsa Video included

Meteorologist Mike Collier explains why the Sand Springs tornado might have weakened before hitting the metro region. More>>

Sand Springs Students Help Clean Up After Tornado Video included

The storm left a heavy mark in Sand Springs. Heavy enough to cancel school, but not enough to hurt cancel the students' desire to help. More>>

Men, Women and Children Took Shelter Inside Sand Springs Church

About 60 people, many of them children, survived Wednesday's storm while in at Keystone Hills Baptist Church."Buildings can be replaced but the lives that were here that's what's important. Something they'll never forget and I'll never forget," said Pastor Mark Bane.Pastor Banea clearly remembers what happened on Wednesday when strong winds and large sized hail hit the area. He and about 60 other people were forced to take cover."Many of them children and ladies we sent them into both bathroo... More>>

Gym Owner Rushes Kids to Safety As Tornado Rips Roof Off Building Video included

For Jennifer Patterson, founder of Aim High Academy Gymnastics, it's a lot to process. The building where her students practice collapsed during the storms Wednesday evening. Patterson and about 60 other people, most of them children, were inside at the time. More>>

Down Power lines Shut Down Businesses in Midtown Tulsa

Down Power Lines Shut Down Businesses in Midtown Tulsa Video included

It was something that Debbie Cassaday said she won't forget any time soon.  More>>

Gov. Fallin Tours Sand Spring Damage Video included

Gov. Mary Fallin will tour the damage in Sand Springs this afternoon. More>>

Oklahoma Governor Declares State of Emergency After Tornadoes

Damage at the Keystone Hill Baptist Church, northwest of Sand Springs near Prue. Damage at the Keystone Hill Baptist Church, northwest of Sand Springs near Prue.

Gov. Mary Fallin declared a state of emergency for 25 counties after tornadoes and severe storms caused widespread damage across the state. More>>

Sand Springs Begins Cleanup After Deadly Tornado

Storm damage in Sand Springs, Oklahoma. Storm damage in Sand Springs, Oklahoma.

Sand Springs city crews are assessing storm damage this morning after a deadly tornado tore through the city Wednesday evening. More>>

Storm Damage Reported Throughout Tulsa Metro; 1 Killed Video included

Tornadoes and severe thunderstorms left a trail of damage across the Tulsa metro area. More>>

Small tornado touches down in Moore, reports of damage on I-35 Video included

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The National Weather Service reports a small tornado touched down in Moore Wednesday. 

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Slide Show: Oklahoma Storm Photos

Here are some of the photos you've seen of the storms across northeastern Oklahoma. Click here to view the slideshow on your phone. More>>

Will Drone Help With Storm Damage?

Flying technology could be part of the answer, if your home is it hit with storm damage.In the future that damage could be checked and repairs estimated with aerial drones.It could speed up the process, because drones can cover a lot of area and get good images.So State Farm Insurance is new testing them to see how they'll work.Drones are stable and precise in their motions, so they make good flying video platforms.Dale Parrish, of Hover Vision, flew over his own roof to check it.He says the ... More>>

Tulsa Ready for Severe Storms. Are you?

There's a place in downtown Tulsa where emergency officials gather when the weather gets bad. More>>

Former OU Student Who Led Racist Chant Speaks

The former University of Oklahoma student caught on video leading a racist chant says he is sorry for the hurt he caused. More>>

Are You Ready For Storm Season? Read This To Find Out

Spring storm season is here, and state Insurance Commissioner John Doak is putting out a checklist for you and your family to be ready.Be sure you have a homeowner's insurance, and go over it carefully. Figure out what sort of damage your policy covers and if you have enough coverage for your belongings. Look at the replacement cost section of the policy to see if your insurance provider will give you actual cash value or replacement costs for items. Actual cash value pays what an item is cur... More>>

School Board Approves $25,000 Bonus for Tulsa Superintendent Video included

The Tulsa school board approved a $25,000 bonus for Superintendent Keith Ballard. More>>

Extending Vision 2025 Could Put Water In The River

An extension of the Vision 2025 sales tax plan could finally put water in the Arkansas River.Many Tulsa Count leaders are backing the effort to pay for the river improvements with local funding.But if there's another river vote, it would be different this time around.That's because the state legislature has made it possible for the river to be treated as an economic development district.That means a county-wide vote could be held, but only the cities along the river would be asked to pay for ... More>>

Suspect in Robberies In Police Custody

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Tulsa Police Department arrested a man Tuesday they believe was behind several burglaries. More>>

Sapulpa Police Investigating Motel Death

Sapulpa Police were investigating Wednesday morning after someone was found dead at a motel along I-44. More>>

Fire Destroys Turley Home, Sends Woman to Hospital

Fire destroyed a home in Turley early Wednesday morning and sent one person to the hospital. More>>

Severe Storm Outlook Update

With the potential for severe weather this week, here are some things you need to be aware of regarding the look of our severe weather outlook maps. More>>

Plane Crash In Verdigris

The pilot came away with a broken nose, his mechanic, some abrasions on his face, or to put it another way…"They were very blessed," said Kathy Howard. She and her husband Martin saw the plane circling, leery that something was wrong and thought….."And thought 'Wow, is he gonna land or what?" she said.Moments later, the engine quit, forcing the plane that had been out on a routine maintenance flight to take extraordinary measures."Just amazing how that happened just in a matter of seconds, le... More>>

The Latest: Germanwings forced to cancel 7 flights

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Twin Sisters Plan To Undergo Same Surgery as Angelina Jolie

Angelina Jolie is making headlines after revealing she had her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed. She made the decision after a blood test showed possible signs of cancer. Two years ago she had a prophylactic double mastectomy.Jolie's announcement sheds light on a life changing decision thousands of women are forced to make. Whether to undergo a major operation or to live with high risk of developing cancer.The surgery is controversial because some say it's too radical, but others believe i... More>>

Small Plane Crashes Near Verdigris Video included

A small plane crashed near Verdigris. More>>

Donation To Tulsa Tough Helps More Female Cyclists Compete

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There's a new effort to attract more female cyclists to Tulsa. Athletic Women Excel (AWE) donated $15,000 to Saint Francis Tulsa Tough to develop a Pro Women's cycling team travel stipend. The stipend will help offset some of the traveling costs for Pro Women's cycling teams who participate in the annual competition.
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Making Route 66 More Walker Friendly

A national organizer is now helping to revitalize Route 66.Students from OU-Tulsa and community leaders took a walking audit Tuesday of Route 66 on 11th Street.The goal was to find out what the road needs to become more friendly for walkers and bikers.The founder of 880 Cities, a program that makes streets appealing for all people, is helping out.And student organizers are excited it could mean more sidewalks.Paulina Baeza told Channel 8, "Actually doing this, helps people to increase their h... More>>

Tiny Meth Labs Discovered Along Highways

They're tiny, but dangerous. Known as Shake and Bake Labs, they're turning up along highways in Rogers County. But thanks to some unlikely heroes, many of them have been found and destroyed. More>>

Listeria Outbreak Traced to Broken Arrow Blue Bell Facility Video included

The Centers for Disease Control is looking into a listeria outbreak that has now been traced to Blue Bell Ice Cream's Broken Arrow facility. More>>

Crews Close Down Part Of Hwy. 169 For Emergency Repairs

Road crews have shut down one lane and an on ramp of Highway 169 for emergency deck repairs over a bridge.The right lane of Highway 169 is closed at Bird Creek, just north of 56th St. North.The on ramp from 56th St. North is closed as well.Work should take a few hours, so expect delays. More>>

Oklahoma Senate Panel Approves Nitrogen Gas Executions

Legislation that authorizes the use of nitrogen gas to execute Oklahoma death row inmates has been approved by a state Senate committee. More>>

Leaders Want More Local Control in Vision 2025 Extension Video included

City leaders are drafting a proposal to extend the Vision 2025 sales tax that will give each city more control. More>>

Tulsa Police Arrest Burglar

Tulsa Police arrest man on burglary charges. Tulsa Police arrest man on burglary charges.

Tulsa Police arrested a man suspected of breaking and entering into a house Tuesday morning. More>>

Amy's Kitchen Recalls Food Products Due to Listeria Risk

Amy's Kitchen, Inc., a popular organic and natural food company, is recalling several food products. More>>

Woman Shot Following Argument, 4 Children Inside Shot-Up House

Police were looking for suspects after gunfire erupted outside a north Tulsa home with children inside late Monday night. More>>

TU Men Can't Get Past Murray State In NIT

The Tulsa Golden Hurricane ran into a Murray State buzz-saw on Monday night. The Racers connected on 14 three pointers - seven of which came from NBA prospect Cameron Payne, as MSU wins 83-62. Payne lead Murray State with 20 points. While Murray State was on fire from three-point range, Tulsa couldn't buy a long-range bucket. The Golden Hurricane shot 2-of-22 from behind the arc - the only two makes coming from one player, point guard Rashad Ray. The rest of the team shot a combined 0-for-20.... More>>

OU Women Fall To Stanford In NCAA Tournament

The game turned in the second half when Oklahoma went cold from the field and Stanford (26-9) seemingly couldn't miss. More>>

TPD Officer Fights Hate With Love Video included

Like shockwaves from an explosion of anger, the fallout from incidents such as Ferguson have been felt all across the country."It seemed like more and more people were just hating me just because I wore a uniform," said Tulsa police Officer Mike Miller.Officer Miller is a second generation cop, and that hatred took a toll."It was really bothering me and I took a few days off because I needed to kind of figure this thing out," he said.What he came up with, was a bridge building program."You go... More>>

Neighbors Weigh In on Changes to Old Neighborhood

You may not have noticed it, but there's an old, six-room apartment building just off Archer near Lewis in the Kendall-Whittier neighborhood that's stood the test of time. More>>

Family Struck by Two Tragedies in Two Months

Tulsa investigators are working around the clock trying to figure out who murdered a Tulsa mother. Thirty-four -year- old Michelle Spence dead inside her car late Friday night and her children found her.All weekend, detectives have been interviewing the woman's relatives, ex-boyfriends and others who were close to her.Her death marks the second tragedy in the family in just two months.Back in February a West Tulsa house fire sent three children and two adults to the hospital. Turns out the fa... More>>

Will New Stores Mean Liquor Law Changes? Video included

Does the arrival of prominent chains like Trader Joe's and Costco, signal that a change is coming to Oklahoma liquor laws?Those chains sell a lot of alcohol in other states, so there's a lot of speculation about the future.The construction fence is already going up, around the old Brookside stores that will vanish for the Trader Joe's project.A big chunk of the neighborhood will be transformed and people like Jesse Rector are excited about it."New business is always good. I don't have a probl... More>>

Tulsa Public Schools Could Use Last Snow Day For Rally In OKC

Tulsa Public Schools could close Monday, March 30th for a rally at the Oklahoma State Capitol.Superintendent Dr. Keith Ballard wants to use the last snow day so teachers and parents can attend the rally.The focus will be on putting teachers in every classroom and creating a common-sense testing culture in schools.Dr. Ballard will present his plan at Tuesday's regularly-scheduled school board meeting. More>>

Tulsa Police Identify Officer Who Hit, Killed Man In South Tulsa

Tulsa Police have identified the police officer who hit and killed a man over the weekend.Officer Ryan Melchior, 28, was headed to a call when he hit James Moore, 43.It happened near 59th and Lewis in front of Mad Murphy's Irish Pub.Moore was leaving the bar, crossing the street, but he was wearing dark clothing and Melchior did not see him until it was too late.Melchior has been with the force since December 2011.The department says there was not enough evidence to suggest wrongdoing.Read mo... More>>

Thunder: Durant out indefinitely due to soreness in foot Video included

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Oklahoma City Thunder Executive Vice President and General Manager Sam Presti is expected to address the media on Kevin Durant's injury Friday.  More>>

OU student-athletes call for investigation of fraternity leadership Video included

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Student-athletes at the University of Oklahoma are calling for a full investigation of a fraternity's executive board after the release of a racist video.  More>>

Boren: 'We don't have any room for racists or bigots on this campus' Video included

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University of Oklahoma President David Boren said the university has no tolerance for racist behavior during a press conference over a controversial fraternity video.  More>>

Police Find Driver Who Crashed into Tulsa Tax Building, Don't Buy Her Story

Tulsa Police say they are looking for a woman after a car crashed through a building early Wednesday morning. More>>

Hundreds of Guests Evacuate Downtown Tulsa Hotel Due to Fire

A fire at the Hyatt Hotel in downtown Tulsa forced the evacuation of about 300 guests early Wednesday morning. More>>

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  • Authorities Investigate Three Plane Crashes in Three States

    Authorities Investigate Three Plane Crashes in Three States

    Authorities are investigating small plane crashes in three states on Sunday.More >>
    Authorities are investigating small plane crashes in three states on Sunday.More >>
  • Tulsa Police Officer Kicked in the Head During a Traffic Stop.

    Tulsa Police Officer Kicked in the Head During a Traffic Stop.

    Officers stopped Jeremiah Quigg and James Felts near 61 Street and Yale for a traffic violation.Police say Quigg failed the sobriety test and was arrested for DUI.More >>
    Officers stopped Jeremiah Quigg and James Felts near 61 Street and Yale for a traffic violation.Police say Quigg failed the sobriety test and was arrested for DUI.More >>
  • Angelina Jolie Makes First Post-Surgery Appearance

    Angelina Jolie Makes First Post-Surgery Appearance

    Angelina Jolie made her first appearance post-surgery when she attended the Kids' Choice Awards with two of her children on Saturday night.More >>
    Angelina Jolie made her first appearance post-surgery when she attended the Kids' Choice Awards with two of her children on Saturday night.More >>
  • Minnesota Student Disappearance Triggers Desperate Search

    Minnesota Student Disappearance Triggers Desperate Search

    A University of Minnesota student called "an amazing sister and friend" seems to have disappeared with out a trace.More >>
    A University of Minnesota student called "an amazing sister and friend" seems to have disappeared with out a trace.More >>
  • Two Women Charged with Murder in Baby-Theft Plot

    Two Women Charged with Murder in Baby-Theft Plot

    A 47-year-old woman and a friend were charged Friday with kidnapping, murder and attempted murder in an alleged plot to steal babies that investigators say was an effort by the woman to convince her married boyfriend that she had given birth to his twins.More >>
    A 47-year-old woman and a friend were charged Friday with kidnapping, murder and attempted murder in an alleged plot to steal babies that investigators say was an effort by the woman to convince her married boyfriend that she had given birth to his twins.More >>
  • Sand Springs Church Holds Sunday Service Despite Tornado Damage

    Sand Springs Church Holds Sunday Services Despite Tornado Damage

    Sand Springs Church Holds Sunday Services Despite Tornado Damage

    Dozens of church members crowded into a small gathering place at Keystone Hills Baptist Church Sunday. “Surreal- you know there's so much to do and so much to prepare. You don't have time to think about hose kind of things,” said Pastor Mark Bane. The sanctuary at Keystone Hills Baptist Church was ripped apart by a tornado on March 25th. Bane said, in spite of the tornado damage, “The church is the people, it's not the building.” On Wednesday night, around 60 people, adults and children, cro...More >>
    Dozens of church members crowded into a small gathering place at Keystone Hills Baptist Church Sunday. “Surreal- you know there's so much to do and so much to prepare. You don't have time to think about hose kind of things,” said Pastor Mark Bane. The sanctuary at Keystone Hills Baptist Church was ripped apart by a tornado on March 25th. Bane said, in spite of the tornado damage, “The church is the people, it's not the building.” On Wednesday night, around 60 people, adults and children, cro...More >>
  • Astronauts board space station for 1-year mission

    Astronauts board space station for 1-year mission

    (AP Photo/Dmitry Lovetsky). Russia's Soyuz-FG booster rocket with the space capsule Soyuz TMA-16M that will carry a new crew to the International Space Station (ISS) is installed at the launch pad in Russian leased Baikonur cosmodrome, Kazakhstan(AP Photo/Dmitry Lovetsky). Russia's Soyuz-FG booster rocket with the space capsule Soyuz TMA-16M that will carry a new crew to the International Space Station (ISS) is installed at the launch pad in Russian leased Baikonur cosmodrome, Kazakhstan
    BAIKONUR, Kazakhstan (AP) - Two Russians and an American floated into the International Space Station on Saturday, beginning what is to be a year away from Earth for two of them.Mikhail Kornienko and Scott Kelly are to spend 342 days aboard the orbiting laboratory, about twice as long as a standard mission on the station. Russia's Gennady Padalka is beginning a six-month stay.The three astronauts entered the station about eight hours after launching from Russia's manned space facility in Kaza...More >>
    BAIKONUR, Kazakhstan (AP) - Two Russians and an American floated into the International Space Station on Saturday, beginning what is to be a year away from Earth for two of them.Mikhail Kornienko and Scott Kelly are to spend 342 days aboard the orbiting laboratory, about twice as long as a standard mission on the station. Russia's Gennady Padalka is beginning a six-month stay.The three astronauts entered the station about eight hours after launching from Russia's manned space facility in Kaza...More >>
  • DreamWorks' 'Home' bests 'Get Hard' at box office with $54M

    DreamWorks' 'Home' bests 'Get Hard' at box office with $54M

    (AP Photo/DreamWorks Animation). In this image released by DreamWorks Animation, characters Oh, voiced by Jim Parsons, left, and Tip, voiced by Rihanna appear in a scene from the animated film "Home."(AP Photo/DreamWorks Animation). In this image released by DreamWorks Animation, characters Oh, voiced by Jim Parsons, left, and Tip, voiced by Rihanna appear in a scene from the animated film "Home."
    NEW YORK (AP) - The DreamWorks animated alien adventure "Home" beat out the Will Ferrell, Kevin Hart comedy "Get Hard" at the box office, but both films debuted strongly.According to studio estimates Sunday, "Home" opened with $54 million, giving DreamWorks Animation a much needed hit. Jeffrey Katzenberg's studio has struggled recently, but the better-than-expected debut of "Home," with a voice cast led by Rihanna and Jim Parsons, gives DreamWorks a welcome lift."Get Hard," which teamed two o...More >>
    NEW YORK (AP) - The DreamWorks animated alien adventure "Home" beat out the Will Ferrell, Kevin Hart comedy "Get Hard" at the box office, but both films debuted strongly.According to studio estimates Sunday, "Home" opened with $54 million, giving DreamWorks Animation a much needed hit. Jeffrey Katzenberg's studio has struggled recently, but the better-than-expected debut of "Home," with a voice cast led by Rihanna and Jim Parsons, gives DreamWorks a welcome lift."Get Hard," which teamed two o...More >>
  • Police investigate threat to BBC boss over Clarkson firing

    Police investigate threat to BBC boss over Clarkson firing

    (AP Photo/Matt Dunham, File). FILE - In this Wednesday, March 11, 2015 file photo, TV host Jeremy Clarkson gestures as he takes his place in the stands before the Champions League round of 16 second leg soccer match between Chelsea and Paris Saint Germain(AP Photo/Matt Dunham, File). FILE - In this Wednesday, March 11, 2015 file photo, TV host Jeremy Clarkson gestures as he takes his place in the stands before the Champions League round of 16 second leg soccer match between Chelsea and Paris Saint Germain
    LONDON (AP) - British police are investigating a death threat made to the head of the BBC after the broadcaster fired "Top Gear" host Jeremy Clarkson over an assault on a colleague.The Mail on Sunday newspaper ran photos of security guards outside the home of director-general Tony Hall.The Metropolitan Police said detectives were "investigating an allegation of threats to kill" made in an email. No one has been arrested.The force did not name Hall but offered the statement when asked about hi...More >>
    LONDON (AP) - British police are investigating a death threat made to the head of the BBC after the broadcaster fired "Top Gear" host Jeremy Clarkson over an assault on a colleague.The Mail on Sunday newspaper ran photos of security guards outside the home of director-general Tony Hall.The Metropolitan Police said detectives were "investigating an allegation of threats to kill" made in an email. No one has been arrested.The force did not name Hall but offered the statement when asked about hi...More >>
  • Grandma is a centerfold: Rest home bares all for calendar

    Grandma is a centerfold: Rest home bares all for calendar

    Grandma is a centerfold: Rest home bares all for calendarGrandma is a centerfold: Rest home bares all for calendar
    AKRON, Ohio (AP) - A charity calendar featuring women in their 80s and 90s from an Ohio assisted living facility is opening more than a few eyes.The residents of the Pleasant Pointe Assisted Living near Akron decided to show a little skin in calendar. The centerfolds are two women in their 90s appearing to play poker with strategically placed oversize cards.The 87-year-old Miss February is soaking in a bubble bath and flower petals while another resident in the calendar is covered only by a l...More >>
    AKRON, Ohio (AP) - A charity calendar featuring women in their 80s and 90s from an Ohio assisted living facility is opening more than a few eyes.The residents of the Pleasant Pointe Assisted Living near Akron decided to show a little skin in calendar. The centerfolds are two women in their 90s appearing to play poker with strategically placed oversize cards.The 87-year-old Miss February is soaking in a bubble bath and flower petals while another resident in the calendar is covered only by a l...More >>
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