Archive: 3/12/16: Saturday
Donors Keep Honor Flights A Reality For Oklahoma Veterans
Leroy Blackwell is a Vietnam veteran. He served in the U.S. Navy for a year and a half. "We were in battle situation 28 days out of every month for a year and a half,” he said. He says nearly 50 years later, it's an honor to be part of a group of veterans slated to take the April 19 honor flight to the nation's capital. "There's a little bit of misgiving,” Blackwell said. “I wanted to see the Vietnam Wall ever since it became available for public viewing...
Tulsa Home And Garden Show Offers Options For Renovators
Home renovation is even more popular than ever -- with home and garden shows encouraging homeowners to update. Home remodeling experts at the Tulsa Home and Garden Show say they've seen more people in the Tulsa area become interested in the topic over the last few years. Fixtures, windows, flooring and more. The show draws in home renovators and remodelers from all over the area. “We are seeing more people feeling comfortable with their home values where they feel like they ...
Fan Fest Gets Drillers, Roughnecks Die-Hards Amped Up For SeasonFans who can't wait for Tulsa's baseball and soccer seasons to start again got a treat on Saturday. The Drillers and Roughnecks held their annual Fan Fest open house celebration at ONEOK Field. Besides getting autographs from Tulsa Roughnecks players, 5-year-old Max Burwell's plan for the day was simple. “Just have fun,” he said. Getting signatures was also a treat for 11-year-old Lily Stuckey, who plays soccer herself. "It's cool cause they play out on the field...
New Information Surrounding Oklahoma Co. Sheriff's Office Audit
As the investigation into financial troubles inside the sheriff's office continue, the contract that kicked off a lawsuit and the investigation sheds new light into what may have sparked District Attorney David Prater’s request for an investigative audit.
Drone 6 Video Of Illinois River Levels Near Tahlequah
Video from Drone 6 shows current water levels along the Illinois River. Earlier this week, after some heavy rain, the river was expected to rise to moderate flood stage. But the storms with the most rain, moved east out of Oklahoma. Friday night, the Illinois River was just over seven-feet in Tahlequah, well below flood stage.