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Murder Trial For Woman Charged In Tulsa Shooting Begins
The murder trial for one of the Tulsa Police Department's most wanted suspects is underway. Prosecutors called their first witness in the case against Ashley Good.Good is charged with murder for the shooting death of Jade Jones in June 2017.6/21/2017 Related Story: Tulsa Police Capture Woman Wanted
Day care owner charged after children found bound by necks in car seat | Tulsa's 24-Hour News, Weather and Traffic
MESQUITE, Texas -A Texas day care owner was arrested Saturday after police searched her home Friday and found several of her charges bound by the neck and strapped into car seats.Investigators also said in an arrest affidavit that Rebecca Anderson, 60, of Mesquite, drugged the children to keep them
Police: Tulsa man lived with children in home that had 'overwhelming' smell of urine, feces
Court documents said the oven did not appear to be operational, a door to one of the rooms was not secured to the hinges and there was no toilet or sink, and the bathtub did not work.
Tulsa police to announce break in case after woman found dead in dumpster
On April 25, 2017 at 8 a.m., employees of Las Americas restaurant came to work and discovered blood on the walkway leading to a set of doors.
Wreck at Broken Arrow Expressway near I-44 backs up westbound traffic to U.S. 169
A wreck on the Broken Arrow Expressway at a highway interchange on Tuesday morning has slowed and jammed traffic all the way to U.S. 169.The wreck was reported at 7:20 a.m. Tuesday on the Broken Arrow Expressway at the Interstate 44 interchange, according to theTulsa Traffic Report. The wreck has af
Tulsa Police Arrest Suspect In Unsolved Homicide
The case was left cold until a special victims unit detective, who was investigating a sexual assault in which Kurtz was convicted of rape, recognized similarities in her case and the homicide case.
Tulsa's Bill Hader takes home the Emmy as best actor in a comedy for 'Barry'
“I didn’t think this was going to happen,” said a startled Hader onstage after hearing his name called, before thanking people and ending with a shout-out to his three young daughters: “Hannah, Harper, Hayley…” he said before looking at the award with a “Can you believe I won?” gesture.
TPD set to hold news conference about 'significant break' in 2017 homicide case
Around 8 a.m. on April 25, 2017, employees of Las Americas Restaurant at 3rd and Zunis were walking into work when they found blood near the east doors. When more workers came into work an hour later, they followed the trail to a dumpster. They found Amy Robertson's body inside.
Squirrels rescued after tails get tangled in ‘Gordian Knot’ | Tulsa's 24-Hour News, Weather and Traffic
MILWAUKEE, Wisc. -Veterinarians in Wisconsin had an interesting case recently when a good Samaritan found five young gray squirrels last week that had tangled their tails together so badly that they couldn’t separate themselves,KMSP reported.
Owasso police detain high school student found with loaded gun in class
“School safety is everyone’s responsibility, and by working together we will continue to provide a safe environment for our students,” she said the release.
Tulsa police release body and dash cam footage of attempted auto theft arrest
TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) —The Tulsa Police Department recently released body and dash cam footage of the arrest of Eric Heiskell.Heiskell was arrested for two counts of assault and battery on a police officer, resisting arrested, public intoxication and attempted auto theft.
More Charges Filed Against Teen Accused Of Killing BA Teacher, Raping Elderly Woman
It says Green told the officer before the fight, “I will [expletive] up on set, if you put your hands on me.”
In honor of 918 Day, what's your score? How many of these 100 Tulsa things have you done?
Originally fromTulsa World Magazine, this is our definitive guide to the food, experiences and places that make Tulsa the unique and vibrant city it is. While we celebrate 918 Day on Tuesday, use the list to get to know your city a little better, impress your friends and show off for visitors. With
17-year-old dies one week after gunshot injury; one arrest has been made
Kackarott Perkins, 17, and Stephen Jastrzemski, 20, were reportedly handling a handgun on Sept. 10 when the gun discharged and a bullet struck Perkins in the face. Perkins died in a Tulsa hospital about six days later, Tulsa Police Sgt. Brandon Watkins said.
State, federal authorities warn of deadly counterfeit pills on streets of Oklahoma
“It appears both victims bought what they thought was the prescription painkiller, Oxycodone. However, a sample of a pill submitted to the OSBI lab tested positive for Fentanyl, a very powerful and cheap synthetic opioid often sold on the black-market by itself or used as filler in such drugs as her
Taco Bell employee refuses to serve customer who doesn’t speak Spanish | Tulsa's 24-Hour News, Weather and Traffic
HIALEAH, Fla. -A Taco Bell employee was fired after refusing to serve a customer who did not speak Spanish.>> Read more trending newsAlexandria Montgomery went to a Taco Bell drive through around 10:30 p.m. Wednesday hoping to get a two chalupas supreme combo No. 6 but her run to the border was stop
Fast forward: Week 4's must-see game: Jenks and Broken Arrow collide in district opener
The matchup:What a difference a year makes. These teams were a combined 2-7 when they met last September. This district-opening matchup between the top two teams in Class 6AI has traditionally decided a district title. Both teams have defeated Union, which will host Owasso on Friday in another big 6
TPD searching for suspect in multiple armed robberies in midtown
Several hours later, at around 4:30 p.m., two more individuals were robbed at the Quik Trip store near East 11th Street and South Harvard. The victims in that robbery also had their phones and wallets taken.
Police investigate armed robbery at south Tulsa convenience store
The robber demanded money from the register, and the clerk complied, according to police. He then reportedly exited the store and ran.
'They just keep coming, man': Crowds appreciate Tulsa's new jewel, Gathering Place executive director says of first week
“I’ve opened a few parks before,” said Gathering Place’s executive park director, who has more than 30 years’ experience in the theme park and hospitality business. “… But I’ve never had a park in which the community is so engaged and the community took such ownership. This wasn’t that marketing des