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Tulsa Man Charged With Murder After Claiming Girlfriend Shot Herself

A Tulsa man is in jail on first-degree murder charges after a Saturday afternoon shooting. TPD was called to an apartment near 71st and Yale around 3:30 p.m. Saturday in regards to a shooting. Reports said the caller, Jeremico Willis, claimed his girlfriend, Iesha Wallace, had shot herself. Upon ar

NEWS ON 6 - 2018-03-19 01:31:00

Police: Tulsa man arrested for murder of girlfriend

TULSA - Tulsa police said they have arrested a man for the murder of his girlfriend. Police arrived to a report of shooting in the 5400 block of 71st Street at approximately 3:30 p.m. Saturday. Police said Jermico Willis, 30, claimed his girlfriend, Iesha Wallace, 25, had shot herself, but the scene

KJRH.COM - 2018-03-18 22:23:33

Abuse at Tulsa DHS shelter prompts order to stop placing children there

Laura Dester Children's Center is in Tulsa. [File photo by Matt Barnard, Tulsa World] Citing an alarmingly high rate of maltreatment, out-of-state experts overseeing Oklahoma's child welfare reforms have ordered the state to stop placing children immediately in Tulsa's Laura Dester shelter. State

DAILY OKLAHOMAN - 2018-03-17 10:00:49

Authorities say arson suspected in Oklahoma grass fires

SAND SPRINGS, Okla. - Authorities say arson is suspected in a series of grass fires that burned acreage and forced evacuations in northeastern Oklahoma. Sand Springs police are searching for two individuals who might have ignited a blaze that slowed traffic for several hours due to thick smoke tha

KRMG - 2018-03-18 17:45:00

Police dog catches Sapulpa chase suspect

Officer Randal Arnold released his K-9, who found Wasik in the backyard. The dog held him until officers arrived. Wasik reportedly told officers he ran because he has a $50,000 warrant in McClain County. However, he said he was not aware the motorcycle was stolen when he bought it two months ago, ac

KOKI FOX 23 - 2018-03-19 03:34:35

Truck Wreck Causes Huge Backup On Turner Turnpike

A wreck involving two trucks forced the Oklahoma Highway Patrol to close the eastbound lanes of the Turner Turnpike Friday morning. The OHP says the trucks collided at mile marker 204 in Creek County at about 10:45 a.m. As a result, troopers diverted traffic at the Bristow exit. They said the wreck


Fight Over Woman Lands Two Men In Tulsa Hospital

Two men were stabbed in what Tulsa Police say was a fight over a woman. It happened at the Parkwood apartments at 4th and Memorial Friday night, March 16. Police say they were called to the complex just after 10 p.m. and found one victim. A few minutes later they heard about a second wounded man ins

NEWS ON 6 - 2018-03-17 15:04:00

More remains found near Lake Eufaula

We have updated information regarding human remains being found last month near the Cardinal Point area of Lake Eufaula in Pittsburg County. It's believed the remains might belong to Holly Cantrell, who has been missing since January of 2017. Yesterday, the Cantrell family went back out to the si

KRMG - 2018-03-18 10:30:00

Woman sent to prison for part in murder

ROGERS COUNTY - Amy Worsham was sentenced to 25 years Tuesday morning for her part in the murder of Casey Adkins in August 2016. Worsham entered a plea to second-degree murder. Police said Worsham lured Adkins into a vehicle in Catoosa before he was shot and killed by Cory Keubler. Keubler avoided


Neighbors complain of seeing more homeless encampments along popular midtown trail

TULSA -- Neighbors in midtown are complaining that they're noticing more homeless encampments pop up along a popular trail. The Midland Valley Trail between 21st and 26th Streets is a busy area for joggers and cyclists, but neighbors, like Chris Fling, said they have seen more belongings left behin


Student Arrested After Fight Over Glenpool High Walkout

A Glenpool High School student is in jail after a fight broke out after a student walkout Wednesday. Glenpool police said a disagreement between two boys on Snapchat over differing opinions on the walkout escalated to a fight around 11:30 a.m. Reports said a 16-year-old victim was taken to the hos


Judge rules for city of Tulsa in lawsuit filed by woman exonerated of murder of her son

A federal judge has rejected an exonerated woman's claim that the city of Tulsa violated her civil rights when she was prosecuted for murder in connection with the 1994 stabbing death of her son. Chief U.S. District Judge Gregory Frizzell granted summary judgment on Tuesday in favor of the city of T


Crews battle grass fires in Sand Springs, Ochelata

SAND SPRINGS, Okla. -- Crews are battling multiple grass fires in Green Country on Wednesday afternoon. One fire was reported near Flying G Ranch near Highway 51 in Sand Springs.Officials said the fire began as a controlled burn, but is now out of control. Another wildlife is out of control near Och


Attorneys for Bixby football players charged with rape ask Rogers Co. DA's Office to recuse itself

BIXBY, Okla. -- Attorneys for four Bixby football players charged with rape are asking the Rogers County District Attorney's Office to recuse itself from the case. The teenagers are accused of assaulting a teammate with a pool stick during a team function at the home of former Bixby school superinte


Students at Tulsa-area schools to walk out to protest gun violence

Students at several Tulsa-area schools are among thousands nationwide to walk out of school Wednesday to protest gun violence in response to the Feb. 14 massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida. Walkouts are planned at Will Rogers High School, Nathan Hale High School, Edison Prepa