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Sapulpa doctor disciplined after two overdose deaths

OKLAHOMA CITY - Addictive substances loomed large over the cases before the Oklahoma Board of Medical Licensure and Supervision at its meeting Thursday. The board spent more than two hours hearing and considering the case of Roger Kinney, a Sapulpa physician whose prescribing patterns had also attra

TULSA WORLD - 2017-09-18 17:10:00

Man shot multiple times is Tulsa's 63rd homicide

UPDATE - A live-in girlriend has turned herself in after north Tulsa homicide; murder charges expected, according to TPD. 2 Works for You was first on the scene Monday in Tulsa's 63rd homicide of the year and Homicide Det. Sgt. Dave Walker told us that a man was found shot multiple times. Walker sai

KJRH.COM - 2017-09-19 02:16:37

Powerful Earthquake Devastates Central Mexico, Leaving Dozens Dead

Thirty-two years to the day after an earthquake killed thousands of people in Mexico, a powerful quake rattled the country's central region Tuesday. Buildings shivered in Mexico City, shattering facades and sending clouds of dust skyward. Residents who just hours before had taken part in large simu

PUBLICRADIOTULSA.ORG - 2017-09-19 23:22:40

Hurricane Maria Heads Toward Puerto Rico, Expected To Become Major Storm

Hurricane Maria, a Category 2 storm, will hit the Leeward Islands on the edge of the Caribbean Sea on Monday night, forecasters say, threatening areas that are still coping with the devastation brought by Hurricane Irma two weeks ago. Predictions call for it to pass straight over Puerto Rico on Wedn

PUBLICRADIOTULSA.ORG - 2017-09-18 12:23:47

Puerto Rico Governor Anticipates Hurricane Maria Will Bring 'Severe Devastation'

Hurricane Maria threatens to devastate Puerto Rico, mere weeks after the U.S. territory was battered by Hurricane Irma. Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello tells NPR's Ailsa Chang how the island is preparing ahead of one of the worst storms in recorded history. Hurricane Maria threatens to devastate P

PUBLICRADIOTULSA.ORG - 2017-09-19 23:22:37

Shriver brothers fatal hit-and-run finally goes to trail

The Shriver brothers from Rogers County are in court accused of hitting and killing Noelle New with a truck in 2015 and then leaving the scene. (KTUL) One of Green Country biggest cases finally makes it to trial. The Shriver brothers from Rogers County are in court accused of hitting and killing Noe

KTUL - 2017-09-19 19:51:13

Review: Burn Co. BBQ adds gourmet touch at new Riverwalk location

Buy Now A medley of barbecue items at Burn Co. BBQ on the Jenks Riverwalk includes sausages, bologna, ribs and brisket. STEPHEN PINGRY/Tulsa World STEPHEN PINGRY A salad topped with grilled salmon is among new dishes available at Burn Co. BBQ on the Jenks Riverwalk. STEPHEN PINGRY/Tulsa World STEPHE

TULSA WORLD - 2017-09-19 13:00:00

Restaurant news: Red Thistle Catering becomes Red Thistle Market Cafe

Red Thistle Catering Co., 1345 S. Harvard Ave., will transition to Red Thistle Market Cafe on Wednesday. "We're not vegetarian, but we will have a vegetable-driven menu," owner-chef Hope Egan said. "Our dinner menus will be seasonal and change weekly, or even daily." Lunch items will feature soups,

TULSA WORLD - 2017-09-19 13:15:00

Update: Thunderstorms sweep across northeast Oklahoma

Update 8 a.m.: Thunderstorms began sweeping through the Tulsa metro area after passing through the north central part of the state. The thunderstorms were moving east about 30 mph along a line extending from the Skiatook area to the Kellyville area, according to the National Weather Service in Tulsa

TULSA WORLD - 2017-09-19 11:30:00

Two arrested on complaints of burglary of auto

Two men were arrested on complaints of burglarizing vehicles in Sand Springs this week. Police were called to the 1100 block of N. Maple Avenue about people possibly burglarizing vehicles and an officer noticed a man in black clothing, later identified as Tyler Marris, 19, run between houses and int

TULSA WORLD - 2017-09-19 22:48:00

People elude police after crashing into tree line in north Tulsa

A vehicle fled a Tulsa police officer early Tuesday morning when the officer attempted to stop the driver for speeding. The vehicle fled from the officer about 4:30 a.m. in the 300 block of West 49th Place North. Tulsa Police Sgt. August Terbrock said the driver stopped briefly before fleeing. Polic

TULSA WORLD - 2017-09-19 12:32:00

Woman allegedly assaulted Sand Springs Cox Cash Saver store employee while trying to leave with merchandise

An Okmulgee woman allegedly hit a Sand Springs Cox Cash Saver store employee with a car when she and a man were trying to leave the store with merchandise this week. An employee told police a man and woman brought a basket of items to the check-out area and they took off when he told them their tota

TULSA WORLD - 2017-09-19 22:09:00

PHOTOS: Keys Residents Face Devastated Homes, No Power And A Slow Recovery

For the first time since Hurricane Irma, people who live in the lower islands of the Florida Keys are returning home. For many, that means arriving at a home to no power and no running water. And for some who live in Marathon, Summerland and Big Pine Key - islands hard-hit by Irma -found their homes

PUBLICRADIOTULSA.ORG - 2017-09-19 16:38:29

Guess What's Showing Up In Our Shellfish? One Word: Plastics

Sarah Dudas doesn't mind shucking an oyster or a clam in the name of science. But sit down with her and a plate of oysters on the half-shell or a bucket of steamed Manila clams, and she'll probably point out a bivalve's gonads or remark on its fertility. "These are comments I make at dinner partie

PUBLICRADIOTULSA.ORG - 2017-09-19 12:42:04

Once Teased For Her Love Of Bugs, 8-Year-Old Co-Authors Scientific Paper

Sophia Spencer, 8, loves bugs - especially grasshoppers. She's an expert on insects, and likes to give her littlest friends an occasional ride on her shoulder. That used to earn her mockery from her peers. But now it's earned her a massive outpouring of support - and a byline in the Annals of the E

PUBLICRADIOTULSA.ORG - 2017-09-20 04:04:02

Jilted wedding party 'not done' with Jazz Hall of Fame after double booking

Buy Now The Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame in downtown Tulsa is under fire for allegedly failing to accommodate a wedding party when it double booked the venue. MATT BARNARD/Tulsa World fileMatt Barnard The mother of a bride whose wedding was unceremoniously dumped by the Jazz Hall of Fame said Tuesday

TULSA WORLD - 2017-09-19 20:35:00

QUIZ: Can you talk like a pirate?

WASHINGTON (Sinclair Broadcast Group) -- It's International Talk Like a Pirate Day! How well do you know the meaning of various well-known pirate phrases? Test your knowledge to see how much of a pirate you are. After finishing the quiz, make sure you share your results with friends on social media.

KTUL - 2017-09-19 20:05:26

Irma debris will be converted to power

State energy officials say burning waste accounts for about 2 percent of Florida's power, and it is a quick way to get our streets clear. (WPEC) Curbs all over South Florida are loaded up with debris from hurricane Irma. Piles upon piles of it. And a lot of it will be turned into energy. Ironic, but

KTUL - 2017-09-19 18:54:28

The sale of one parking cold spark downtown development

The sale of an asphalt parking lot could hold the key, to the boosting downtown development to the next level. (KTUL) Tulsa, Okla. (KTUL) - The sale of an asphalt parking lot could hold the key, to the boosting downtown development to the next level. As we reported yesterday, the block east of the T

KTUL - 2017-09-19 17:54:11

Week 4 Athlete Of The Week: Holland Hall's Joe Smith

Tulsa Police are investigating the city's latest homicide at the Sierra Pointe Apartments in east Tulsa. Tulsa Police are investigating the city's latest homicide at the Sierra Pointe Apartments in east Tulsa. Students and faculty at Northeastern State University are mourning a terrible loss after f

NEWS ON 6 - 2017-09-20 06:11:00