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Meridian Medical Technologies, makers of Mylan’s EpiPen injector, have issued a nationwide, voluntary recall of EpiPen and EpiPen Jr.
One week ago, Campbell, who was wheelchair bound, died in an accidental carbon monoxide poisoning.
Five people have been arrested for allegedly kidnapping a woman on the southwest side of the metro, Friday afternoon.
Oklahoma Highway Patrol said the woman they believed to be killed in a crash on Highway 266 is still alive.
Community Emergency Response Teams [CERT] from Bixby, Jenks and Skiatook went through a training exercise Saturday morning.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol arrested a 30-year-old driver on a DUI complaint early Saturday after they say he slammed his Ford Taurus into a tree.
A Tulsa County jury is recommending an 18-year man be sentenced to life in prison after they found him guilty of first-degree murder Friday afternoon.
Four and a half years after a 36-year-old Sand Springs man disappeared, authorities hope someone will come forward and give them a fresh lead in the case.
Biologists recently gained a new appreciation for a complex communities of organisms that live inside us and help us stay healthy. 6 In The Morning anchor LeAnne Taylor has the story in this Medical Minute.
Police used their helicopter and stop sticks to end a chase and arrest a Tulsa driver late Friday.
An autopsy report shows an Oklahoma man found decapitated and mutilated behind an Albuquerque Walmart last December was dead before his head was cut off.
We’re kicking off the weekend in style with some beautiful Saturday weather ahead, but rain chances are looming for the second half of the weekend!
Police say a clerk was not injured when two men robbed a Tulsa QuikTrip store with a knife early Saturday.