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PSO Works to Restore Power to 2,000 Customers

More than 2,000 people spent part of Halloween without power. More>>

Tulsa Patient Remains Isolated, Ebola Testing Underway

A patient remains in isolation in a Tulsa hospital while officials await confirmation the person has malaria and not Ebola. More>>

12 New Police Officers Graduate Academy

There are a dozen new police officers patrolling Tulsa's streets.  The 12 cadets graduated the Tulsa Police Academy Friday. More>>

Judge rejects attempt to isolate nurse

A Maine judge gave nurse Kaci Hickox the OK to go wherever she pleases, handing state officials a defeat Friday in the nation's biggest court case yet over how to balance personal liberty, public safety and fear of Ebola. More>>

Officials Prepare Ebola Treatment Center in Oklahoma City

OU Medical Center will open the state's first Ebola treatment center. More>>

Initial Tests Results Return On Quarantined Patient

The Oklahoma State Department of Health and Tulsa Health Department released the laboratory test results on a quarantined patient in Tulsa Friday morning.The test indicates the patient has malaria and not Ebola. The individual was being monitored by the health department after returning from West Africa. After they developed a fever Thursday night, that individual was admitted to OSU Medical Center and placed in quarantine.Tulsa's Channel 8 is monitoring this developing story and will bring y... More>>

Judge Denies Kevin Sweat's Motion To Withdraw Plea

Convicted killer Kevin Sweat was back in court Friday for a hearing after he filed to withdraw his guilty pleas last week. More>>

First Hard Freeze Of The Season Expected Saturday

 A freeze warning has been issued beginning Friday evening through late Saturday morning

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City & County Battle Over Jail Fees

Inside the walls of the Tulsa county jail the rules of the road are black and white, but in the outside world the rules of the jail are anything but."It's very inappropriate and certainly out of line," saidMayor Dewey Bartlett, appearing before the city council today and reacting to the Board of County Commissioners decision to charge the city $118 booking fee for prisoners."I cannot vote to allow the $118 booking fee," said Tulsa city councilor Phil Lakin.At the council meeting Thursday nigh... 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>>

Fall Foliage Forecast

Oklahoma offers some amazing fall colors this time of year.
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Tulsa Opera Kicks Of Big Sing Events

Heavenly voices.It's National Opera Week.So what better time for the Tulsa Opera to kick off it's first Big Sing event.It's a community sing-a-long hosted by Tulsa Opera.On Thursday, everyday people were joined by the pros at Trinity Episcopal Church in Downtown Tulsa.Kostis Protopapas is the Artistic Director for Tulsa Opera. He says, "The thing is, everybody likes to sing! And opera and the classical repertoire are their favorites tunes. For example, this is the opening number for "Carmina ... More>>

Hallelujah Festival Offers Safe Halloween Alternative

If you're a parent looking for a safe alternative to trick or treating, there are multiple options all around Green Country.At Riverview Baptist Church in Bixby, families are invited to check out the Hallelujah Festival.There's plenty of candy, hot dogs, snow cones, carnival games, and inflatables.The entire event is free.Pastor Andy Jobe says, the festival started 10 years ago."We just wanted to do something here at the church so we could reach out to the community and do something nice for ... More>>

Early Voting Gets Started For Tulsa County Voters

Early absentee voting is now underway in Tulsa County, in two locations.  More>>

Terrorism Ruled Out In Stillwater Killing Video included

The Stillwater Police are investigating a gruesome killing.The 19-year old son of a state trooper is dead. Investigators say Jacob Crockett was attacked with a large knife and almost beheaded. While police say there's no obvious link to terrorism it's a disturbing crime.They also say, the fact that Crockett's father is a trooper, didn't appear to be a factor.The murder took place. Wednesday afternoon, in an apartment that's in a quiet neighborhood on the northwestern edge of that city.The sus... More>>

UPDATE: At Least 4 Dead in Wichita Airport Crash

A small plane crashed into a building at Wichita's Mid-Continent Airport. More>>

Stillwater Police: Man Beheaded in Wednesday's Homicide Video included

Stillwater Police say the suspect in Wednesday's homicide called them claiming he had murdered someone.Police arrested and charged Isaiah Marin in the murder of 19-year-old Stillwater resident Jacob Andrew Crockett.Police say Marin used a large knife or spear to sever the head of Crockett.Police say Marina called them around 2:45 p.m. on Wednesday to tell officers he had killed someone. When officers arrived, they say they found Marin covered in blood. Officers say they located the body at an... More>>

Four People Escape Burning House in West Tulsa

Four people escaped a house fire this morning in West Tulsa. More>>

Joe Mixon accepts plea deal Video included

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Suspended OU running back Joe Mixon has accepted a plea deal. Mixon was suspended from the team after he was charged with a misdemeanor following an incident at a restaurant in Norman this summer.
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Man Arrested After Police Dog Finds Him Hiding in a Trash Can Video included

Police arrested a man early this morning in north Tulsa who they say was driving a stolen car. More>>

Waterline Break Delays Class for West Tulsa School

Crews are working to repair a waterline break in West Tulsa. More>>

Oklahoma Teen Arrested After Making School Shooting Threat

A 15-year-old Oklahoma boy was arrested after authorities say he threatened to shoot his classmates at Duncan High School. More>>

California Man Jailed After High Speed Chase in Tulsa

A California man is in the Rogers County Jail this morning after trooper say he lead them on a high speed chase through Tulsa. More>>

Early Voting Begins Today

Voters can head to the polls starting today to decide the governor's race and many others. More>>

Questions Over School Lockdown Duration

A window was missing from the pickup truck that had been stolen moments before, but more troubling were the two loaded handguns once in the truck that were now missing as well."Always a concern for us," said Tulsa police Sergeant Pat Harker.TPD established an eight block perimeter as a helicopter swept the area looking for the suspect. And just a few blocks away, Owen elementary was put on lock-down."It's good to know that they set up a perimeter so quickly, keeping the young people here safe... More>>

Charter School Taps into Social and Emotional Needs For Academic Success

The Tulsa Lighthouse Charter School has found a way to reach students, by treating them like family. More>>

Locked Down Lifted at Owen Elementary, Search Suspended for Suspect

A north Tulsa elementary school is locked down while police search the neighborhood for an auto theft suspect. School officials confirmed Owen Elementary, 1132 N Vandalia Ave., is on a modified lockdown.
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OHP Chase Ends in Drug Bust

An OHP chase ended in a drug bust near the Turner Turnpike this afternoon.
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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>>

Oklahoma Won't Require Quarantine For All Returning Ebola Workers Video included

The State of Oklahoma will not require mandatory quarantines for all returning healthcare workers from Ebola-stricken countries. More>>

HallowZOOween At The Tulsa Zoo

The Tulsa Zoo is hosting HallowZOOween this week.It's a safe alternative to trick-or-treating, with candy, games, inflatables and other activities.HallowZOOween runs through Friday, October 31st from 6:30 - 8:30 each evening.Tickets are $8 for non-members and $7 for members. The Haunted Train costs $5. Tickets are available either online or at the zoo.Proceeds from the event go back into zoo improvement.Costumes are optional.To purchase a ticket or to find out more, http://www.tulsazoo.org/ev... More>>

School Bus Accident in Midtown Tulsa

Tulsa Police say the driver of a car ran a red light at the intersection of 15th and South Lewis Avenue and slammed into the side of a bus early Wednesday morning. More>>

E-Reader V. Paper Books: Which Helps Students Learn

Child development experts worry story time is turning into playtime claiming interactive games in digital books are preventing children from focusing and learning from the story. More>>

Tracking A Couple More Fronts

 For a couple more days temperatures will remain near normal in the 70s until another front arrives Thursday into Friday. T More>>

Democrats Rally For Election Day

The baked beans were being dished out in a flurry as the packed room listened to the who's who of democrats as they make that final turn down the home stretch in their races for US Senate..."We're going a million miles an hour across the state," said Matt Silverstein.For lieutenant governor..."Home stretch, I know!," said Cathy Cummings.And for Governor..."Drinking lots of coffee and making my way around the state," said Joe Dorman.As for what this blue wave looks like to the folks on the oth... More>>

Music Legend Roy Clark Honored By Tulsa Students

Junior Achievement's BizTown had a special guest Tuesday.Country music legend Roy Clark attended a town hall meeting put on by students of Roy Clark Elementary in the Union School District.Mr. Clark took questions from the kids and received a proclamation from the Mayor of BizTown.He was beaming with pride."Every time that I am around young people, especially ones that go to the Roy Clark Elementary School, it makes me proud. Evidently I've done some good things in my life or I wouldn't be st... More>>

Body Found in Downtown Tulsa

Police are investigating after a body was found in downtown Tulsa. More>>

Group Aims to Improve Failing Schools Video included

A new steering committee is checking out data and preparing to offer solutions to some failing Tulsa schools. Tulsa's failing schools was one of the main topics addressed at Monday's education summit. More>>

3,000 Without Power in Wagoner

About 3,000 people are without power in Wagoner after a construction crew hit a power pole. More>>

Highway 412 Reopens After Hole in Bridge Repaired

All lanes of westbound US-412 are open after crews made emergency repairs to a bridge. More>>

Former Tulsa Deputy Faces Another Sexual Battery Charge

A former Tulsa sheriff's deputy who resigned after being charged with sex crimes was arrested again today after prosecutors filed another charge of sexual battery. More>>

Corps Of Engineers To Waive Some Fees For Veterans

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is letting military veterans, service members and their families into recreation areas operated by the corps for free.The waiver will cover fees for boat launching ramps and swimming beaches in the Tulsa District November 11th.It will not cover camping or picnic shelters.The corps does not charge an entrance fee for its parks.Tulsa District Chief of Operations Earl Groves says the waiver is a small token of appreciation for veterans, active and reserve service... More>>

Divorce Classes Required Starting November 1 In Oklahoma

Starting November 1, getting a divorce based on incompatibility won't be nearly as easy as it was in years past.A new state law will require couples with children under 18 to take a class and pay for it.The course covers the impact of divorce on kids.Parents don't have to take the course together.And cases where abuse is present are not included.The class will cost between $15 and $60 dollars. More>>

Medical Examiner Identifies Chickasha Remains

The OSBI says they know the identity of the remains found in the area. Someone was mowing the grass near 4th and Frisco along Line Creek Friday and found the bones.The medical examiner identified the remains as Elizabeth Barnes and determined Barnes' death was suspicious.Chickasha police and the OSBI are looking into how she died. Barnes lived in Chickasha for the past year.Anyone with information is asked to call police. More>>

Nurse Who Had Ebola Will Be Released From Hospital

A Dallas nurse who flew from Texas to Ohio and back before being diagnosed with Ebola will be released from an Atlanta hospital Tuesday after tests showed she's virus-free, a hospital spokeswoman said. More>>

Python Has First "Virgin Birth"

Here's one for the weird file.A story that's going viral credits scientists at the University of Tulsa with identifying six "virgin births" to a snake.The mom is a reticulated python named Thelma, that lives at the Louisville Zoo in Kentucky.According to National Geographic, in 2012, Thelma had a clutch of 61 eggs.And despite not being around any male snakes, six of those eggs hatched.Researchers at TU did genetic testing on snake skins from the mother and her babies.They determined More>>

New Drug Recovery Center For Native Teens

The Cherokee Nation reaches out to teenagers dealing with addictions.The tribe celebrated the grand opening of it's new Jack Brown Center in Tahlequah.It's situated on an old dairy farm.The treatment center helps Native American teenagers ages 13-18.The new campus features a recreation center, male and female dorms, a cafeteria and large group therapy rooms.Tim Maxville is a former resident at the old center."If not for this center. I'd be three places dead, penitentiary, or homeless. I was t... More>>

Teal Pumpkin Project Aims to Make Halloween Safe for Everyone

Halloween is only four days away and that means haunted houses, costumes, and of course lots of candy. But imagine taking your child trick or treating and then telling them they can't eat the candy in their bag. That's reality for one in every 13 children in America. That's 5.9 million.For mother Megan Crawford and her son Daniel Halloween can be a tricky time."He is two so he is obviously going to throw a huge fit when he can't eat the candy," Crawford said.Two months ago doctors diagnosed d... More>>

Suburbs Will Get Vision 2025 Money Video included

The people who live in Tulsa County suburbs can look forward to some new civic improvements.It's payback time.Bixby, Broken Arrow, Glenpool, Jenks Sand Springs and Owasso will be getting more funds from the Vision 2025 Plan.The money is coming their way, because 8 years ago they agree to bailout the BOK Center.It was over budget and more funds were needed to finish the construction.So the suburbs agreed to make an investment in the future of the entire region.Now that there's a $45.5-million ... More>>

Sheriff: School Shooter Invited Victims to Lunch

A popular student responsible for a shooting at a Washington state high school on Friday invited his victims to lunch by text message, then shot them at their table, investigators said Monday. More>>

Ex-Tulsa Police Officer Pleads Guilty to Bribe, Cocaine Charges

A former Tulsa police officer has pleaded guilty to five charges that include receiving bribes, attempting to distribute cocaine and computer crimes. More>>

PSO Rates to Decrease

Public Service Company of Oklahoma customers should see a slight decrease in the electric bills starting next month. More>>

Girl Wounded in Washington School Shooting Dies

A 14-year-old girl who was wounded when a student opened fire inside a Washington state high school has died, raising the death toll in the shooting to three. More>>

Wreck On Muskogee Turnpike, Northbound

Tulsa's Channel 8 has verified that there is a wreck on the Muskogee Turnpike at mile marker 5, northbound into Tulsa. More>>

Property Owners Fight To Save Their Land

Property owners in Lincoln County are in the middle of a battle. Those land owners are afraid they're going to lose property to a new railroad. They were notified by mail that a company plans to build one.In an attempt to save their land, dozens of residents gathered at City Hall in Davenport to meet with railroad officials face to face.Roy Vaughn owns an 80 acre farm right outside Stroud. But the future of his property is unclear, now that a railroad company called Watco Companies wants to b... More>>

Mother of Three Killed

At 11:32pm Saturday, a 12 year old boy called Tulsa Police telling them that his Dad had shot his mom. When First Responders arrived they found 32 year Beverly Stratton dead in the residence.
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  • TU Squanders Early Lead In Seventh Straight Loss

    TU Squanders Early Lead In Seventh Straight Loss

    Brandon Hayes ran for a career-high 197 yards on 28 carries and had three touchdowns to help Memphis beat Tulsa 40-20 on Friday nightHayes gave Memphis (5-3, 3-1 American Athletic Conference) a 20-14 lead with a 51-yard run with 14 seconds left in the first half and added 30- and 14-yard scoring runs in the fourth quarter.More >>
    Brandon Hayes ran for a career-high 197 yards on 28 carries and had three touchdowns to help Memphis beat Tulsa 40-20 on Friday nightHayes gave Memphis (5-3, 3-1 American Athletic Conference) a 20-14 lead with a 51-yard run with 14 seconds left in the first half and added 30- and 14-yard scoring runs in the fourth quarter.More >>
  • Spacecraft for tourists breaks up on test flight

    Spacecraft for tourists breaks up on test flight

    Virgin Galactic has reported an unspecified problem during a test flight of its SpaceShipTwo space tourism rocket.More >>
    A winged spaceship designed to take tourists on excursions beyond Earth's atmosphere broke up during a test flight Friday over the Mojave Desert, killing a pilot in the second fiery setback for commercial space travel...More >>
  • Secret 911 Call Saves Woman

    Secret 911 Call Saves Woman

    A Tennessee woman's quick thinking saved her when her ex-boyfriend kidnapped her, police say.More >>
    A Tennessee woman's quick thinking saved her when her ex-boyfriend kidnapped her, police say.More >>
  • Police Searching for Owasso Robbery Suspect

    Police Searching for Owasso Robbery Suspect

    Owasso police are searching for a man after an armed robbery.More >>
    Owasso police are searching for a man after an armed robbery.More >>
  • Oklahoma Abortion Doctor May Have To Close Clinic

    Oklahoma Abortion Doctor May Have To Close Clinic

    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Attorneys for a Norman abortion provider say he'll have to close his practice next week unless the Oklahoma Supreme Court blocks a law that takes effect Saturday. The new law requires abortion providers to have a physician with admitting privileges at a nearby hospital present when abortions are performed.Attorneys for the New York-based Center for Reproductive Rights told a Supreme Court referee Friday that Dr. Larry Burns has sought admitting privileges at several hospi...More >>
    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Attorneys for a Norman abortion provider say he'll have to close his practice next week unless the Oklahoma Supreme Court blocks a law that takes effect Saturday. The new law requires abortion providers to have a physician with admitting privileges at a nearby hospital present when abortions are performed.Attorneys for the New York-based Center for Reproductive Rights told a Supreme Court referee Friday that Dr. Larry Burns has sought admitting privileges at several hospi...More >>
  • Drunken Driver Causes Wreck on I-75 North

    Drunken Driver Causes Wreck on I-75 North

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    Two brothers are behind bars Friday night after a disagreement, alcohol, and a drunk driving accident led to their arrest.More >>
    Two brothers are behind bars Friday night after a disagreement, alcohol, and a drunk driving accident led to their arrest.More >>
  • Former Okla. Governor Endorses Joe Dorman

    Former Okla. Governor Endorses Joe Dorman

    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Former Oklahoma Gov. Brad Henry is endorsing fellow Democrat Joe Dorman in his gubernatorial bid and criticizing Gov. Mary Fallin and other Republican leaders for being weak on education.Known for his support of education during his two terms as governor, Henry formally announced his endorsement of Dorman on Thursday. The former governor criticized Fallin and Republican legislative leaders for failing to give Oklahoma teachers a pay raise despite Oklahoma's recovery from ...More >>
    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Former Oklahoma Gov. Brad Henry is endorsing fellow Democrat Joe Dorman in his gubernatorial bid and criticizing Gov. Mary Fallin and other Republican leaders for being weak on education.Known for his support of education during his two terms as governor, Henry formally announced his endorsement of Dorman on Thursday. The former governor criticized Fallin and Republican legislative leaders for failing to give Oklahoma teachers a pay raise despite Oklahoma's recovery from ...More >>
  • Compromise efforts stall for quarantined nurse

    Compromise efforts stall for quarantined nurse

    State officials are seeking a judge's permission to require quarantine for a nurse who's vowed to defy Maine's request for self-isolation after treating Ebola patients in West Africa.More >>
    Insisting she is perfectly healthy, nurse Kaci Hickox again defied the state's Ebola quarantine Thursday by taking a bike ride with her boyfriend, and Maine health authorities struggled to reach a compromise that would...More >>
  • Firefighters Make Donation To Children With Cancer

    Firefighters Make Donation To Children With Cancer

    The "Hydrants of Hope" foundation donated $15,000 to the Cancer Center in the Children's Hospital at St. Francis.  The money will help give children battling cancer opportunities that their families may not be able to provide.More >>
    The "Hydrants of Hope" foundation donated $15,000 to the Cancer Center in the Children's Hospital at St. Francis.  The money will help give children battling cancer opportunities that their families may not be able to provide.More >>
  • Poison Likely Killed Utah Family of 5, Police Say

    Poison Likely Killed Utah Family of 5, Police Say

    A Utah couple and their three children found dead in their home last month were likely poisoned, their bodies found together in a locked room with cups next to each of them, and empty bottles of methadone and nighttime cold medicine in a trash can.More >>
    A Utah couple and their three children found dead in their home last month were likely poisoned, their bodies found together in a locked room with cups next to each of them, and empty bottles of methadone and nighttime cold medicine in a trash can.More >>
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