The Tulsa Fire Department honored two firefighters killed in the line of duty 100 years ago.
Jane Pauley burst onto the national scene when she was just 25 years old; 40 years later, she turned the page on a whole new career as host of the CBS Sunday Morning show.
Several posts about a human trafficking ring in Tulsa are making rounds on Facebook, but Tulsa Police say the rumors are untrue.
Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin is applauding House and Senate committees working to fill the $215 million deficit.
The Bob Hurley Auto Athlete of the Week is Caleb Calhoon of Victory Christian.
A big push is happening to change Tulsa’s charter to allow municipal employees to participate in political activities.
A Beggs High School student is headed to the college of her dreams after getting a "Sooner surprise" Tuesday.
People in Hartshorne are still in shock after an audit revealed city employees are suspected of pocketing nearly $2 million.
Green Country officers say what sounded like a routine police call ended with the suspect fighting with first responders.
A Jenks man turns himself in after officers say he strangled his girlfriend until she lost consciousness.
You could soon be able to show off your school pride with your license plate, but there's a catch.
A Muskogee mom says her son was sexually assaulted at a school function and claims the school is trying to sweep it under the rug.
The Okmulgee County Sheriff's Office is looking for a missing man in the area of the Henryetta New Lake.
Hundreds of thousands of Oklahomans will be impacted if the state cuts outpatient mental health and substance abuse services.
A Tulsa woman is in jail Tuesday facing charges of permitting child abuse and failing to report child abuse.
Tulsa is 11 homicides away from setting a new record and there are still more than two months left in the year.
Police said crime at one Tulsa intersection is out of control. They want it to stop and are doing everything they can to clean up the area.
Among the cuts to the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse would be elimination of the Oklahoma Drug Court.
Former Bishop Kelley standout Dallas Keuchel will start Tuesday night for the Houston Astros as the World Series opens in Los Angeles.
The Oklahoma Supreme court has struck down another fee created by the state legislature; this one against electric and hybrid vehicles.
The Tulsa Public Schools Board held a special meeting Tuesday and voted to intervene in a lawsuit concerning the state's charter schools.
The folks at Bank of Oklahoma are celebrating something rare in today's business world. Wanda Thompson is retiring after 50 years with the bank.
A woman sued a Talala First Baptist after a Sunday school teacher pleaded guilty to molesting her daughter.
An Oologah baseball coach is one of the best video game players in the world right now.
The J.M. Davis Foundation says it has settled its lawsuit against the State of Oklahoma over how the state handles the J.M Davis Arms and Historical Museum in Claremore.
For the third time this season, a Tulsa football game came down to the last play, and for the third time this season, it didn't go the Golden Hurricane's way.
A Chelsea man is in Rogers County Jail accused of indecent exposure and child sexual assault.
Joe Davidson from Oklahoma Joe’s joins us in the Cooking Corner and shows us how to make his Honey Smoked Ham.
Tuesday marks two years since OSU's deadly homecoming crash.
A freight train derailment blocked several downtown Tulsa railroad crossings Tuesday morning.
The DISH Network has announced that the pay-TV provider is expanding in Tulsa and will create 250 new jobs.
Tuesday, October 24th marks two years since OSU's deadly homecoming crash. On that date, four people died and almost 50 were injured when a car plowed into the homecoming parade in October of 2015.
Police say an argument led to Tulsa's 71st homicide of 2017 late Monday.
Michael Skimbo of Claremore proves you can win big playing video games. He just got back from the Madden Classic Championship where he won $25,000. He stopped by 6 In The Morning Tuesday.
Consumers will no longer find Whirlpool appliances at Sears. The department store is ending a business relationship that dates back more than 100 years.
Police have arrested a Tulsa teen in connection with a fatal shooting early Saturday. He is identified as 19-year-old Aubrayan Orduna.
Fire damaged a Tulsa home Tuesday morning near 19th and North Lewis.
A new video went viral and shows Oklahoma City Thunder star, Russell Westbrook, singing a beloved nursery rhyme to his 5-month-old son, Noah.
Mental health advocates plan on rallying Tuesday at the state Capitol to protest possible cuts to mental health.
Game One of the World Series is Tuesday night in Los Angeles and a Tulsa native is scheduled to take the mound for the Houston Astros.
One year ago this month Jane Pauley took another step forward in her career and achieved something no other woman in journalism had done before. Pauley became the first woman to host CBS Sunday Morning is just the latest achievement in Pauley's legendary career.
One weak front has cleared the area yesterday with another, much stronger front, scheduled to roll across the state Thursday afternoon or evening. And just like our state song, strong winds will be sweeping down the plain.
Police arrested a man Saturday afternoon after being called to check out a suspicious person at a Tulsa storage facility in the 9700 block of East 11th Street.
A Tulsa convicted sex offender will spend the next 40 years in prison. Jason Nixon, 39 pleaded guilty Monday to three counts of felony lewd molestation.
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