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Epic acting leads to North Texas punt return TD vs Arkansas | Tulsa's 24-Hour News, Weather and Traffic
It wasn’t ever close. North Texas raced to a 17-0 lead over Arkansas just 15 minutes into the game. During that start, it was a trick play punt return that solidified the win and demoralized the hogs.Leading 7-0 the Mean Green forced a Razorback punt. Returner Keegan Brewer didn’t make a fair catch
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.
Game wardens uproot marijuana plants at illegal grow site inside Spavinaw Wildlife Management Area
"It's obviously been maintained," said Cody Morris, Delaware County game warden. "It was obviously planted. The ground has been worked."
Q&A with Janees Taylor, Cherokee Nation Tribal Councilor for District 15
JT: In 2013, new districts were made and they do it by apportionment. Each district has approximately the same number of Cherokee citizens, or did at that time. Every 10 years they do a census and make sure that it’s still balanced, that there are still approximately the same number of citizens in e
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.”
Sewer repairs on Cherokee Street prompt lane closures
“We’ll have to fix the first two lanes, then pour concrete and fix the next two. It could take up to 10 days,” Peters explained. “The detour will change as we find out the problems.”
Authorities: No criminal wrongdoing in alleged Coweta school hazing incident
Statements from all four boys say they were acting as if they were cops. The young man on the floor told authorities he took the joke further by acting like it was a fake arrest, getting on the ground and putting his hands behind his back. One boy told authorities, “I acted like I was going to stab
The Most Unusual Restaurant In Oklahoma Needs To Be Experienced To Be Believed
Trapper's Fish Camp is like the hunting lodge you wish you owned, but it's right here in Oklahoma City. You'll find it at 4300 W Reno Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73107.
3-year-old hit by vehicle in east Tulsa
TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) —Police and paramedics responded to the area of 25th and Memorial Sunday where a child was reportedly struck by a vehicle.Police said a three-year-old was bumped by a car.The child suffered only minor injuries and is expected to be OK.
'Everyone knew it was a joke' - police report regarding Coweta hazing incident released
“This is dangerous,” said Bell. “You got to watch what you post out there. If it goes out over the airwaves, it stays out there for forever, and somebody can find it. It’s time for the kids to understand, whatever you post we’re going to see it, and if it comes out, and it’s bad stuff, we’re going t
More RAW Notes For Tonight, SD! Live In Oklahoma City, Jim Cornette Turns 57
As noted, WWE returns to the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas this evening for the post-Hell In A Cell episode of WWE RAW. The advertised dark match main event for tonight's show is dated, as the arena website lists The Shield vs. Dolph Ziggler, Drew McIntyre and Baron Corbin in a six-man t
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
Oklahoma City mother arrested after baby found with rashes, bug bites; drugs found in apartment
An officer spoke with a woman and her husband on Sept. 14 who said they watch 32-year-old Amanda Moore’s children, an 11-month-old girl and an 8-year-old boy, on the weekends. The woman told police the 11-month-old had a “terrible diaper rash,” and “has had suspicions of child neglect for some time.
Big 12 power rankings, Week 4: Oklahoma State takes a step forward
Another weekend of Big 12 football closed with activity for most of its teams. Conference play started, with a close matchup between Oklahoma and Iowa State, while Texas dominated USC in the second half of their home-at-home series.
VIDEO: Get A First Look at OKLAHOMA! at Theatre Under The Stars in Houston
BroadwayWorld has a first look at OKLAHOMA! at Theatre Under The Stars in Houston! Check out video of the production below!
Parents open up about Coweta incident
COWETA, OK (KJRH) - The parents of a Coweta High School student, allegedly a victim of hazing, say he's not a victim at all. They say the video that caused an investigation into a potential hazing incident shows no malice - simply boys "horse playing".
'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
Loved ones search for missing Muskogee woman
MUSKOGEE - Loved ones of missing Muskogee woman,Kristyn Richerson, are continuing their search.
Former Oklahoma state senator to be sentenced on Monday | Tulsa's 24-Hour News, Weather and Traffic
OKLAHOMA CITY -Happening on Monday...A former Oklahoma state senator is scheduled to be sentenced for a child sex trafficking conviction.Ralph Shortey will be in Oklahoma City federal court where he faces a minimum of 10 years in prison. He was arrested back in March of 2017 after investigators foun
When it comes to eye doctors in big box retailers, where does Oklahoma stand?
State Question 793, which would allow eye care facilities inside retail stores, will appear on the ballot in November. [Thinkstock image]