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  • Robbery Suspects Sought

    Robbery Suspects Sought

    Friday, January 11 2008 2:39 PM EST2008-01-11 19:39:34 GMT
    Tulsa Police search for four suspects who robbed two people at gunpoint overnight. It happened shortly after midnight near 17th and Olympia. Tulsa Police say a brother and his sister were in the frontMore >>
  • Glue Used To Nab Suspected Robber

    Glue Used To Nab Suspected Robber

    Tuesday, January 8 2008 9:53 AM EST2008-01-08 14:53:34 GMT
    A fed-up pharmacist, a little creativity and fast police work, resulted in a burglar bust in Sand Springs.  More >>
    A fed-up pharmacist, a little creativity and fast police work, resulted in a burglar bust in Sand Springs.  The same suspect had broken into the Spoon Drug Store five times and gotten away clean and that's when the pharmacist took some drastic measures.More >>
  • PSO Wants To Bury More Cable

    PSO Wants To Bury More Cable

    Monday, January 7 2008 11:28 PM EST2008-01-08 04:28:45 GMT
    PSO says it's ready to double its efforts to get power lines buried in Tulsa.More >>
    PSO says it's ready to double its efforts to get power lines buried in Tulsa. Company officials made their case at a hearing before the Oklahoma Corporation Commission in Oklahoma City on Monday morning. The company says that while many neighborhoods with buried lines lost power during last month's ice storm, service to those areas was restored more quickly.More >>
  • Property Owners Fed Up With Illegal Dumpers

    Property Owners Fed Up With Illegal Dumpers

    Monday, January 7 2008 11:21 PM EST2008-01-08 04:21:02 GMT
    Some illegal debris dumpers are making a challenging situation even more difficult.More >>
    People all across our area are still dealing with damage left behind by the ice storm. The reality is many of us may be dealing with the debris for months to come. News On 6 anchor Craig Day reports some illegal debris dumpers are making a challenging situation even more difficult.More >>
  • Crews Arrive To Haul Off Debris

    Crews Arrive To Haul Off Debris

    Monday, January 7 2008 11:03 PM EST2008-01-08 04:03:33 GMT
    The city of Tulsa has hired an Alabama company to haul away its tree debris. More >>
    The state fire marshal says he's worried broken branches all over the state that are the perfect fuel for wildfires. The city of Tulsa has hired an Alabama company to haul away its tree debris. The News On 6's Emory Bryan reports they've brought in some unusual equipment to do the job.More >>
  • School Officials Say Lottery Not Paying Off

    School Officials Say Lottery Not Paying Off

    Monday, January 7 2008 10:42 PM EST2008-01-08 03:42:23 GMT
    Education leaders say the lottery isn't paying off for Oklahoma schools as originally promised.More >>
    A Green Country couple cashes in their $800,000 Powerball ticket. Russell and Kelly Shelby from Mounds claimed their winnings ticket at the lottery headquarters in Oklahoma City on Monday. The Shelbys plan to buy a new truck and invest in their retirement. The News On 6's Ashli Sims reports education leaders say the lottery isn't paying off for Oklahoma schools as originally promised.More >>
  • Changes Planned For Fair Board

    Changes Planned For Fair Board

    Monday, January 7 2008 10:38 PM EST2008-01-08 03:38:11 GMT
    A change could be coming to the board that oversees the Tulsa County Fairgrounds. More >>
    A change could be coming to the board that oversees the Tulsa County Fairgrounds. The new chairman of the Tulsa County Public Facilities Authority wants to replace member Clark Brewster.More >>
  • Autopsies Could Be A Thing Of The Past In Tulsa

    Autopsies Could Be A Thing Of The Past In Tulsa

    Monday, January 7 2008 8:34 PM EST2008-01-08 01:34:36 GMT
    The state's medical examiner will be in Tulsa on Tuesday to meet with law enforcement about his plan to eliminate autopsies in the eastern part of Oklahoma. More >>
    The state's medical examiner will be in Tulsa on Tuesday to meet with law enforcement about his plan to eliminate autopsies in the eastern part of Oklahoma. More >>
  • Camille's Cuts Deal With Wal-Mart

    Camille's Cuts Deal With Wal-Mart

    Monday, January 7 2008 8:13 PM EST2008-01-08 01:13:43 GMT
    Camille's Sidewalk Cafe has always been one of Tulsa's entrepreneurial success stories.  Now they're teaming up with the world's biggest retailer.More >>
    Camille's Sidewalk Cafe has always been one of Tulsa's entrepreneurial success stories.  Now they're teaming up with the world's biggest retailer.More >>
  • Powerball Ticket Worth $800,000 Sold In Mounds

    Powerball Ticket Worth $800,000 Sold In Mounds

    Monday, January 7 2008 2:02 PM EST2008-01-07 19:02:42 GMT
    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) _ Somebody purchased a Powerball ticket worth $800,000 in the Creek County town of Mounds. More >>
  • Motorists On U.S. 169 Warned About Delays

    Motorists On U.S. 169 Warned About Delays

    Monday, January 7 2008 12:56 PM EST2008-01-07 17:56:54 GMT
    Work has begun on a project to resurface U.S. Highway 169 in Tulsa. Crews began work Monday morning to resurface the roadway from 21st Street South to 51st Street South. More >>
  • I-44 Home Moving Effort Wraps Up

    I-44 Home Moving Effort Wraps Up

    Monday, January 7 2008 12:40 PM EST2008-01-07 17:40:23 GMT
    Another step in the I-44 expansion project in Tulsa is nearly complete. Moving crews spent most of Monday relocating the last home along I-44. More >>
  • Court Hearing Rescheduled For Murder Suspect

    Court Hearing Scheduled For Murder Suspect

    Monday, January 7 2008 11:57 AM EST2008-01-07 16:57:12 GMT
    The hearing for a man accused of murder has been delayed again.  Brandon Brown faces a first-degree murder charge in connection with the September shooting death of 28-year-old Jeremiah Francis.  More >>
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