EMSA Officials Issue 5th Consecutive Medical Heat Alert Saturday

EMSA Officials Issue 5th Consecutive Medical Heat Alert Saturday

Officials said that as of 5 p.m. Saturday, EMSA medics responded to five suspected heat-related calls in the Tulsa area. A Medical Heat Alert is issued when medics respond to five or more heat-related calls in a 24-hour period, according to EMSA officials

Tulsa Police Searching Suspect In Stolen Truck Chase

Tulsa Police Searching Suspect In Stolen Truck Chase

Tulsa Police are looking for a suspect who led police on a chase in a stolen truck Saturday morning.

Sweltering Saturday Heat For Eastern Oklahoma, But Relief Arrives Soon!

Sweltering Saturday Heat For Eastern Oklahoma, But Relief Arrives Soon!

The heatwave continues this weekend across Green Country, but relief from the heat is getting closer!

Sand Springs BMX Re-opens After Flooding

Sand Springs BMX Re-opens After Flooding

Some local businesses are finally opening back up after weeks of historic flooding.

Jenks Teen Arrested On 24 Different Complaints

Jenks Teen Arrested On 24 Different Complaints

A Jenks teenager is in the Tulsa County jail after being arrested on 24 different complaints.

Skiatook Man Accused Of 5 Counts Of Child Sex Abuse

Skiatook Man Accused Of 5 Counts Of Child Sex Abuse

Sperry Police arrested a man wanted in Osage County for multiple sex crimes July 18.

Tulsa Man Thankful For CrossFit After Heart Attack

Tulsa Man Thankful For CrossFit After Heart Attack

A man who suffered a heart attack after months of CrossFit is lucky to be alive.

Broken Arrow Group Holds Fish Fry Fundraiser For Veteran

Broken Arrow Group Holds Fish Fry Fundraiser For Veteran

A Broken Arrow group is holding a fundraiser to help a veteran after his house was destroyed.

Gov. Stitt, Superintendent Hofmeister Call For Audit Of Epic Charter Schools

Gov. Stitt, Superintendent Hofmeister Call For Audit Of Epic Charter Schools

Gov. Kevin Stitt and state Superintendent Joy Hofmeister are calling for an investigative audit of Epic Charter Schools.

Ragu Recalls Pasta Sauce Over Possible Plastic Contamination

Ragu Recalls Pasta Sauce Over Possible Plastic Contamination

Five types of Ragu pasta sauce are being recalled because they may contain plastic fragments. Consumers should throw out the pasta sauce, its manufacturer said. The sauce manufacturer said it will provide coupons to customers who had bought the recalled s

Sapulpa Police: Seatbelt Likely Saved Truck Driver’s Life in Crash

Sapulpa Police: Seatbelt Likely Saved Truck Driver’s Life in Crash

A man driving on Route 66 Thursday evening is lucky to be alive after crashing head-on into an SUV.

Several Oklahoma Counties To See Better Internet Service

Several Oklahoma Counties To See Better Internet Service

Thousands of people living in rural areas across Green Country may soon get access to high speed internet with the help of funding from the FCC.

Oklahoma Flooding Causes Shortage For Claremore Food Pantry

Oklahoma Flooding Causes Shortage For Claremore Food Pantry

Green Country food pantry has seen a rise in service after Oklahoma's spring flooding.

Tulsa Water Main Break Causes Issues For Local Businesses

Tulsa Water Main Break Causes Issues For Local Businesses

Water is now back on for several businesses near 21st and 129th East Avenue following a water main break that lasted most of the day Friday.

Glenpool Police Arrest Duo Accused Of Identity Theft

Glenpool Police Arrest Duo Accused Of Identity Theft

Glenpool Police arrested two identity theft suspects who they believe are tied to a multi-state operation with hundreds of victims.

Muskogee Track Team Heads To Nationals

Muskogee Track Team Heads To Nationals

Twin brothers from Muskogee have dedicated their free time outside of their day jobs to a local track club called No Speed Limit.

Tulsa Water Main Break Forces Nearby Salon To Improvise

Tulsa Water Main Break Forces Nearby Salon To Improvise

Water shot into the air after a 12-inch water line break near 21st and 129th East Avenue. The pressure sent asphalt flying and damaged a traffic light.

Troopers Investigating Drowning In Rogers County

Troopers Investigating Drowning In Rogers County

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol are investigating the drowning of a man in Rogers County, July 19.

Sapulpa Police Identify Man Killed In Wrong-Way Wreck With FedEx Truck

Sapulpa Police Identify Man Killed In Wrong-Way Wreck With FedEx Truck

Sapulpa Police said a driver of an SUV was driving the wrong way on Route 66 and hit a FedEx Semi truck. A Sand Springs man died in that crash.

Federal Aid Approved For Tulsa River Parks

Federal Aid Approved For Tulsa River Parks

The federal government has agreed to help River Parks with repair after recent flooding. They won't pay for all of the damage, but possible most of it, and make some improvements to the park.

City To Ban Gendered Language Like 'Manhole,' 'Manpower' & 'Firemen'

City To Ban Gendered Language Like 'Manhole,' 'Manpower' & 'Firemen'

The city of Berkeley, California, is banning some commonly used words in favor of more gender-neutral alternatives. "Manhole" and other gender-specific language will be eliminated from the municipal code.

Some Relief From The Heat On Its Way To Eastern Oklahoma - But Not Yet

Some Relief From The Heat On Its Way To Eastern Oklahoma - But Not Yet

A pattern change brings an unseasonably strong cold front across northern Oklahoma Sunday evening with a cool-down and less humid weather for most of next week.

Fast-Growing Web Of Doorbell Cams Raises Privacy Fears

Fast-Growing Web Of Doorbell Cams Raises Privacy Fears

The woodsy community of Wolcott, Connecticut, doesn’t see a lot of crime. But when the police chief heard about an opportunity to distribute doorbell cameras to some homes, he didn’t hesitate.

Testing Underway For Oklahoma Digital Drivers Licenses

Testing Underway For Oklahoma Digital Drivers Licenses

Around 1,000 people are now testing out digital drivers licenses in Oklahoma. In the spring, the state shared with News 9 the process for creating the pilot program. Now, they hope for an official roll out in the fall. Secretary of Digital Transformation

World Health Organization Declares Ebola Outbreak A Public Health Emergency

World Health Organization Declares Ebola Outbreak A Public Health Emergency

The World Health Organization declared the outbreak in Congo to be a public health emergency of international concern.