Archive: 3/24/11: Thursday
News On 6, Amateur Astronomer Capture Bright Light Shooting Across Oklahoma SkyThe News On 6 caught the bright light streaking across the Oklahoma sky live Wednesday night in our 9 p.m. newscast. And amateur astronomer James Beauchamp shares his experience capturing the light on video.
Bright Light Shoots Across Oklahoma Sky
Helicopter Crews Describe Battle Against Oklahoma GrassfiresIt's a scene you'd expect from a movie. But for members of the Army National Guard on board a Black Hawk Helicopter, swooping from the sky to battle an Oklahoma wildfire is real life.
Green Country Grassfires Wednesday Force Evacuations, Threaten Homes
Tulsa Protesters Don't Want 'Fallincare' To Replace 'Obamacare'Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin met with resistance from her usual support group: conservative voters who say they don't want their healthcare choices dictated by the state or federal government.
Oklahoma Governor Proposes Alternative To Federal Health Care Law
State Board Of Education Revokes Accreditation For Boynton-Moton School DistrictMembers of the Oklahoma Board of Education Thursday voted unanimously to remove accreditation from Boynton-Moton district effective June 30, 2011.
State Education Board To Discuss Future Of Muskogee County School District
Former Marble City School Teacher Headed To Prison For Raping StudentA former Sequoyah County 8th grade computer teacher accused of raping a 13-year old boy, sending him nude photos and sexual text messages is headed to prison for five years.
Marble City Teacher Pleads No Contest To Raping 13-Year-Old Student
Street Rehab Project To Include First Tulsa 'Roundabout'A three-intersection project will include the city's first "modern roundabout" as well as streetscape features like bike racks and benches, decorative sidewalks and cast-iron bollards, according to a release from the Mayor Dewey Bartlett.
Three Tulsa Intersections To Get Makeover