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Woman critical after being hit by vehicle in east Tulsa; police search for suspect
TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — A suspected hit-and-run driver left the scene of an accident overnight, leaving a woman in critical condition. Tulsa police say that an officer was out on patrol just after 1 a.m. on East Admiral Place between South Sheridan Road and South Memorial Drive when he came across a w
One injured Saturday in east Tulsa shooting
Police are investigating a shooting Saturday near 51st and Garnett in Tulsa. Someone shot a man in his 20s, and police do not know why yet. Witnesses took the victim to a nearby gas station, where an ambulance came to pick him up.
Police Investigating Stabbing At Tulsa Apartment Complex
TULSA, Oklahoma - Tulsa Police are investigating a stabbing at an apartment complex near 71st and Peoria. Officers say they were called out to investigate a stabbing call at the Lincoln Glenn apartments around 4 a.m. this morning. When they arrived, they found a man stabbed in the thigh area.
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Six-hour standoff ends as suspect is arrested in alleged south Tulsa burglary
A six-hour standoff with Tulsa police has ended with the arrest of a man suspected of burglarizing two south Tulsa residences. Glenn Shephard, 34, has been arrested on two complaints of 2nd degree burglary.
OU basketball: 3 takeaways from Sooners' win against USC
TULSA — Oklahoma won another game away from Norman on Saturday night, but the crowd of over 7,000 at Tulsa's BOK Center was the next best thing to home. Maybe even better. They watched as Oklahoma improved to 9-1 with an 81-70 win against USC.
Nanny cam shows woman stealing debit card from resident at Tulsa retirement home
TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — A family is outraged after a woman stole an elderly man’s debit card inside his room at a Tulsa retirement home. Police are investigating after the theft was caught on camera. The family installed a nanny cam in the 76-year old's room to check on him at Tulsa's Prairie Rose.
A Tulsa man went to Gathering Place every day for 100 days and captured these amazing photos
Juan Miret has been to the park every day since it opened. The park concludes its first 100 days celebration this weekend.
Police involved in standoff at south Tulsa residence with alleged burglary suspect
Tulsa police are reportedly involved in a standoff with a person who was described as a suspect in a burglary. Police about 2 p.m. were dispatched to a residence the 3100 block of South Madison in response to a burglary in progress call.
ODOC searching for Tulsa fugitive
TULSA, Okla. – Oklahoma Department of Corrections officials are searching for a man who walked away from the Tulsa Transitional Center on Wednesday. Trey L. Coffee, 20, is considered armed and dangerous.
Tulsa Family Says Double Homicide Suspect Is Not A Killer
TULSA, Oklahoma - The family of a man accused of murder says he's not a killer, but a traumatized witness. However, police booked him into jail in connection to a double murder they say happened when a drug deal went wrong.
18-year-old arrested in connection to shooting threat scrawled in Broken Arrow school bathroom
Broken Arrow police arrested an 18-year-old student on allegations he wrote a message on a high school bathroom mirror alleging a shooting threat would occur the next day. Investigators arrested Hipolito Hernandez, 18, on a complaint of threatening a violent act, Broken Arrow Police Officer James Ko
Financial: Phillip Bay, FIRST OKLAHOMA BANK
First Oklahoma Bank earlier this year welcomed Phillip Bay to its banking team as a Branch Manager. His responsibilities include increasing deposit growth and providing branch oversight primarily for the bank’s midtown Tulsa location. Phillip has eight years of banking experience, having previously
Tulsa County Sheriff's Office warns of latest phone scam that threatens residents with jail time
Tulsa County authorities are encouraging residents to be aware of a phone scam that attempts to deceive people into believing they've had a warrant issued for their arrest and must pay up to stay out of jail.
Convict Walks Away From Tulsa Transitional Center
TULSA, Oklahoma - The Oklahoma Department of Corrections said a Tulsa County man who walked away from the Tulsa Transitional Center should be considered armed and dangerous. Trey L. Coffee has been a fugitive since Wednesday.
Victim of fatal fire at south Tulsa apartments identified as 67-year-old man
State officials on Friday identified the man who was killed during a blaze Monday morning at a south Tulsa apartment building. Tulsa World journalism makes a difference. Be part of the story. Join us. Start a digital subscription for only 99¢.
Victim Identified In Fatal Tulsa Apartment Fire
TULSA, Oklahoma - The Oklahoma State Medical Examiner's Office has identified the person found dead after an apartment fire earlier this week. The ME says the victim was 67-year-old Jerry Hou.
Tulsa: Don't Miss These 5 Open Houses
TULSA, OK — Sometimes shopping for a house online doesn't quite do the trick. While listing photos can help, they're no replacement for the real thing. That's why open houses are so convenient: No more guessing!
Missouri man found dead in Ottawa County had no apparent connection to Oklahoma
State and county investigators are seeking public assistance after a Missouri man was found dead in Ottawa County. Tulsa World journalism makes a difference. Be part of the story. Join us. Start a digital subscription for only 99¢.
Two suspects in Tulsa fraud ring arrested after home security catches mail theft
TULSA, Okla. - QUICK FACTS:. A Tulsa police officer’s home security cameras helped lead to the arrest of two wanted men, who police say are “major players” in Tulsa’s fraud rings.