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Oklahoma police department adds new K-9 officer to force after minor setback with first choice

KELLYVILLE, Okla. – An Oklahoma police department is welcoming another K-9 officer to their force after a minor setback with their first choice. Last week, the Kellyville Police Department introduced their newest member, K-9 Lead. However, according to FOX 23, Lead “was not ‘driven’ enough for polic


Oklahoma CBD, Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Required To Obtain Food Licenses

Oklahoma City, OK - The Oklahoma Department of Health is notifying CBD and medical marijuana dispensaries they'll need a food license to be able to sell certain products. The department is encouraging current businesses manufacturing or selling food products infused with or containing CBD and/or med


Creek County Family Forced To Start Over After Large House Fire

TULSA, Oklahoma - A family in Creek County says they will have to start over after a large fire. A viewer sent us a video of the flames just east of Sapulpa Friday night. The family was able to escape safely but their home burned to the ground. The family says the community has stepped up to help th


Oklahoma woman convicted after allegedly confessing to sexual abuse of a child

PONTOTOC COUNTY, Okla. – An Oklahoma woman has been convicted of sexually abusing a boy in 2017. In March of 2018, authorities arrested Jake Few and Twila Few after investigators looked into remarks made by Twila Few after a domestic disturbance in Cleveland County.


Border wall funding threatens military construction projects at Oklahoma bases

WASHINGTON — Construction on facilities worth a combined $178 million at Altus and Tinker Air Force bases that would provide training and maintenance for a much-heralded new aircraft could be threatened if President Donald Trump redirects these funds as part of his national emergency declaration.


Bristow Graduate Faces Terroristic Threat Charge

BRISTOW, Oklahoma - Bristow police say they've arrested a man for making a threat against the high school. Officers say Braden Avery made a threatening post on social media Thursday.


Bulldog Wrestling boasts three Regional champions, advance 13 to State

It’s not often that Wagoner Head Wrestling Coach Micco Charboneau shows a lot of emotion on the mats. In some of the most intense matches, he quietly studies the action and shouts instruction to his athletes without getting riled up.


Oklahoma ranked 12th 'most sinful' state in United States, study says

Oklahoma has been ranked as the 12th "most sinful" state in the United States, according to a study from WalletHub . The report ranked states based on their anger, jealousy, excesses and vices, greed, lust, vanity and laziness.


Black History Month: 13 historic all-black towns remain in Oklahoma

The all-black towns of Oklahoma represent a unique chapter in American history, according to the Oklahoma Historical Society website. Nowhere else, neither in the Deep South nor in the Far West, did so many African-American men and women come together to create, occupy and govern their own communiti


Woman has message for drivers after accident in Sapulpa

SAPULPA, Okla. - A Green Country woman is pleading with drivers to be more careful after being involved in a car wreck at the end of January. The woman, who did not want to be identified, uses an electric wheelchair and was crossing the intersection of Taft and Mission in Sapulpa when she and a car


Bristow Public Schools investigating social media threat at high school

BRISTOW, Okla. (KTUL) — Bristow Public Schools says their investigating a social media threat at the high school. The district says the situation is under control. They are investigating, but have not made any arrests at this time.


Firefighters responded to a house fire in Sapulpa

SAPULPA, Okla. (KTUL) — Fire crews are working a house fire in Sapulpa. The fire started around 7 p.m. at a home near North Brown Street and East Denton Avenue and it took awhile for crews to get it under control.


Bristow firefighter, coach was being investigated on child sex abuse allegations before death

CREEK COUNTY, Okla. — A Bristow firefighter and volunteer coach was accused of two counts of child sexual abuse and one count of rape prior to his death, which happened after a short police pursuit.


Former Bixby players accused of raping teammate ordered to pay $300 in restitution on amended assault charge, court records show

Four former Bixby football players accused of raping a teammate in 2017 were ordered to pay $300 in restitution, plus fines and court costs, according to court records obtained by the Tulsa World.


Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City students helping build tiny homes for homeless youths

Construction technology students at Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City are learning career skills while helping a nonprofit provide shelter to homeless youths. The students are working in the campus construction bay this semester to build walls that will become part of the first three tiny home


Blake and Taylor Griffin team up with several Oklahoma businesses for new Downtown green space

OKLAHOMA CITY – A collaboration between OGE Energy Corp., The Energy Assist Foundation, Team Griffin and Myriad Botanical Gardens is creating a unique space in the heart of downtown called Together Square.


Sapulpa boy with cystic fibrosis gets Make-A-Wish trip surprise with his mom

SAPULPA, Okla. — William Bond, a seven-year-old boy from Sapulpa, is one of the latest recipients of the Make-A-Wish foundation, which grants "experiences described as wishes to children diagnosed with critical illnesses."


Police: Oklahoma man says he stole Pepsi truck to get to the airport

TULSA, Okla. – Authorities say an Oklahoma man stole a Pepsi truck in order to get to the airport as the driver was unloading soda in the back. The driver jumped out of the back when he felt his rig move, and a trail of sodas spilled out as the truck drove off.


Bill would make it easier for Oklahomans to save for home

OKLAHOMA CITY - Oklahomans could soon get some help as they save to buy a new home. "I think this is a huge, huge game changer," said Senator Jason Smalley. The state senator from Stroud was referring to Senate Bill 961. It would establish a home buyer savings account so potential homeowners could s


Small plane crashes at Jones-Riverside Airport

A small aircraft, a Cirrus plane, SR-22 model, crashed at Jones-Riverside Airport near Jenks late Wednesday afternoon. EMSA is on scene, as well as Tulsa firefighters. Officials say one person was on board and did not suffer any injuries.