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City of Tulsa Water crews completed repair of a 30-inch waterline that broke Tuesday morning at 1231 N. Harvard Avenue.
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Fab Lab Tulsa, along with the Tulsa regional STEM Alliance, TCC and the Schusterman Foundation are hosting the skateboard camp.
Police said there is nothing criminal, however, so they are letting them be; saying they don't really cause any issues.
Tulsa Police responded to the McDonald's at Pine and Peoria sometime around 6 p.m. Tuesday evening for a reported shooting.
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation says it has identified the woman whose body was found at a Catoosa recycling facility on Monday, July 7, The OSBI says Catoosa Police received a call from National Waste Disposal about a body found among cardboard that had been dropped off on Monday.
Tulsa Police say a teen wanted for several offenses including armed robbery is now in jail.
The robbers first struck at the Dollar General near 61st and Mingo about 7:20 a.m. according to police.
As it approaches its first birthday, Al-Jazeera America anchor Tony Harris says he's surprised by how good the network is.
A prosecutor told a jury was a miracle no one was killed when a .44-caliber handgun went off during a backstage struggle between well-muscled members of the Thunder From Down Under male revue and a man on methamphetamine trying to make off with costumes and props in Las Vegas.
Authorities say a New Mexico inmate has been captured after he escaped from jail by hiding in a laundry basket.
Tom Dugan, who wrote and stars in "Wiesenthal," will present the play from Oct. 24- Feb. 1, at the Acorn Theatre at Theatre Row.
Many of us deal with it while doing the weekend chores or simply walking from the house to the car.
Workers tell News On 6 several connecting water lines had been shut down to stop the flow of water so crews can start repairing the broken water line.
After nine days of sedation, he woke up. And now he's back home, happy and healing; on his way to a complete recovery.
An Oklahoma City man was killed in a head-on collision outside Wagoner early Monday morning.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 11:04 am
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