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Firefighters said two families in an east Tulsa apartment complex were forced out of their apartments after a small fire early Friday morning.
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A pickup truck driver was arrested and taken to jail after Tulsa Police said he drove through a parking lot, a fence, a hedge and into the back wall of a home early Friday.
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AAA Oklahoma says the agency will proved the "Tipsy Tow" to drinkers during the weekend before St. Patrick's Day.
Police say Zachary Lindstrom, 20, was racing another car when he crashed a 2001 Ford Crown Victoria into a minivan at 81st and Delaware on October 25, 2014.
A website devoted to all things financial has released its list of the top 50 best cities in the US for a start-up business, and Tulsa cracked the top ten, coming in at number seven.
TULSA, Okla. - Tulsa police have identified a man found dead in a home near 41st and Brookside.
TULSA, Okla. - Some Tulsans are feeling the heat from a fire in Oklahoma City. That fire destroyed about 1,000 packages headed to a UPS distribution center near 61st and Garnett.
TULSA, Okla. -- A six-month investigation led to the largest heroin, ice and cocaine bust in the history of the Tulsa County Sheriff's Office.
The most unique thing about the new place is how you pay for your food. Chong decided just last week to accept bitcoin as payment.
Tulsa deputies make a routine traffic stop late Tuesday afternoon and find a convicted felon up to no good.
For having lifted the University of Tulsa basketball team from a 1-6 start to an 18-12 record and a share of the Conference USA regular-season title, Danny Manning has been voted Conference USA's Gene Bartow Coach of the Year.
"I overheard a lot of people talking how it reminded them of 9/11 with all firefighters trying to pull the rubble," Parker said.
Tulsans currently pay 50 cents a month for local 911 services. Providers say that's not generating nearly enough money to pay for what it costs.
Graffiti "taggers" known as Bowser, Swank and Repos go by the name CTD and have left their mark all over public and private buildings.
The CEO of a software company that was supposedly developing a service similar to Apple's iTunes has admitted to scamming more than $2 million from investors by diverting the money into offshore accounts and spending it on personal matters.
The Tulsa Police Department says a man whose body was found in a vacant lot in mid-September 2013 was a homicide victim.
Two Tulsans were so drunk early Tuesday morning, officers say they parked their car in the middle of the street and began having sex.