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  • Find information on registering to vote inside this story.

    Deadline This Week For Voter Registration

    Deadline This Week For Voter Registration

    Tuesday, January 22 2008 4:46 PM EST2008-01-22 21:46:59 GMT
    A deadline is Friday for voters who want to take part in Oklahoma's Presidential Primary on February 5th. More >>
    A deadline is Friday for voters who want to take part in Oklahoma's Presidential Primary on February 5th. You have until Friday to register to vote. The News On 6's Chris Wright reports county election boards say it's been busy all week, as both Republicans and Democrats scramble to make sure their vote counts next month.More >>
  • Find the link for the Oklahoma Drug Card inside this story

    Private Company Running Drug Card Program

    Private Company Running Drug Card Program

    Tuesday, January 22 2008 4:41 PM EST2008-01-22 21:41:09 GMT
    It sounds and looks like a state-run program, but it's not.More >>
    The secrets behind a card that promises to save Oklahomans big bucks at the pharmacy. OklahomaDrugCard.com claims to be an innovative solution for those without prescription coverage. News On 6 anchor Jennifer Loren reports all anyone has to do is long onto a website and print out a card.More >>
  • More Boys Wanted For Scouting

    More Boys Wanted For Scouting

    Thursday, January 10 2008 5:38 PM EST2008-01-10 22:38:36 GMT
    Tulsa Public Schools is joining the push to get more boys involved in Boy Scouts.More >>
    Tulsa Public Schools is joining the push to get more boys involved in Boy Scouts. Several principals and Superintendent Michael Zolkoski showed support on Wednesday, as the district inked the deal with the Boy Scouts and the Tulsa Chamber of Commerce.More >>
  • Help Available For Debris Removal

    Help Available For Debris Removal

    Thursday, January 10 2008 5:09 PM EST2008-01-10 22:09:03 GMT
    It's a challenge for anyone, but especially for the elderly. That's why there is a movement underway to help them. More >>
    It's a challenge for anyone, but especially for the elderly. That's why there is a movement underway to help them. The News On 6's Emory Bryan reports help is on the way for those who need assistance getting ice storm debris to the curb.More >>
  • New Americans Take Oath Of Citizenship

    New Americans Take Oath Of Citizenship

    Thursday, January 10 2008 4:55 PM EST2008-01-10 21:55:56 GMT
    Tulsa has 46 new American citizens. A naturalization ceremony was held at Carver Middle School on WednesdayMore >>
    Tulsa has 46 new American citizens. A naturalization ceremony was held at Carver Middle School on Wednesday. The News On 6's Steve Berg reports the ceremony was very special for Carver. Two of Carver's teachers became citizens and for the teachers, it was a learning experience.More >>
  • Cracking Down On Illegal Scrappers

    Cracking Down On Illegal Scrappers

    Thursday, January 10 2008 4:40 PM EST2008-01-10 21:40:37 GMT
    Tulsa County deputies and Tulsa police conducted a joint raid on Wednesday in an effort to stem the sale of stolen metal or cars to scrap yards. More >>
    Tulsa County deputies and Tulsa police conducted a joint raid on Wednesday in an effort to stem the sale of stolen metal or cars to scrap yards. News On 6 crime reporter Lori Fullbright first reported in November on an increase in the number of broken down cars stolen from highways and sold to car crushers by thieves looking to make a quick buck.More >>
  • From Dry Cleaning To Go Fish

    From Dry Cleaning To Go Fish

    Thursday, January 10 2008 4:33 PM EST2008-01-10 21:33:41 GMT
    When life dictates a career change the first step in a new direction takes courage. That's the way it was for Jan and Gary Thomas of Tulsa. The family business closed, so they did extensive research into something new.More >>
    When life dictates a career change the first step in a new direction takes courage. That's the way it was for Jan and Gary Thomas of Tulsa. The family business closed, so they did extensive research into something new. The News On 6's Rick Wells reports they decided their best decision would be to Go Fish.More >>
  • Parents Concerned About Charter School Lawsuit

    Parents Concerned About Charter School Lawsuit

    Thursday, January 10 2008 3:46 PM EST2008-01-10 20:46:09 GMT
    Some Tulsa parents are concerned a new lawsuit could shut down three local schools. Tulsa Public Schools is suing the state over its charter school law.More >>
    Some Tulsa parents are concerned a new lawsuit could shut down three local schools. Tulsa Public Schools is suing the state over its charter school law. The News On 6's Ashli Sims reports the school district says it's a matter of constitutionality and they are challenging the law, not the schools.More >>
  • Benefit For St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

    Benefit For St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

    The Melting Pot in Jenks is celebrating its third birthday by helping a worthy cause, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.  More >>
    The Melting Pot in Jenks is celebrating its third birthday by helping a worthy cause, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.  Melting Pot owner Becky Chapman and artist Keli Myers Brown talk about the event on Six in the Morning.More >>
  • Sunday Morning Muffins

    Sunday Morning Muffins

    Dietitian Jennifer Parham from St. John Medical Center in Tulsa cooks up some "Sunday Morning Muffins" in our kitchen.More >>
    Dietitian Jennifer Parham from St. John Medical Center in Tulsa cooks up some "Sunday Morning Muffins" in our kitchen.More >>
  • State Lawmaker Talks About Medical Examiner Changes

    State Lawmaker Talks About Medical Examiner Changes

    State representative Lucky Lamons talks about the state Medical Examiners proposal to move autopsy facilities out of Tulsa to Oklahoma City.More >>
    State representative Lucky Lamons talks about the state Medical Examiners proposal to move autopsy facilities out of Tulsa to Oklahoma City.More >>
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