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3 hrs ago | KRMG-AM Tulsa
Health and insurance groups in Oklahoma are trying to reach out to uninsured residents as a March 31 deadline approaches for open enrollment in health care plans under the federal Affordable Care Act.
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7 hrs ago | KTUL-TV Tulsa
According to the Tulsa Police Department, a fight broke out early this morning between students at the University of Tulsa.
9 hrs ago | News9 Oklahoma City
A Domino's Pizza delivery driver was robbed at gunpoint on Saturday night near the Fontana Shopping Center, police say.
13 hrs ago | KRMG-AM Tulsa
A Tulsa mother faces three counts of child endangerment, after getting arrested Friday night for driving high with her children.
A woman is accused of setting her significant other's curtains on fire not once, not twice, but three times Friday night.
Owasso driver Michael Casey said, "I looked down and my tire light came on and at that second I knew man that's not good."
In conjunction with financial expert Clark Howard and Jimmy Swindler of the Tuesday Morning Miracle Workers, Tulsa Habitat for Humanity helped "raise the wall" on a new home for a family Saturday morning.
Update: KRMG has learned one of two men accused in a deadly shooting at a Skelly Best Buy was found guilty Friday night.
Tulsa Public Schools broke ground on a $2.9 million expansion for Mitchell Elementary that will create eight new classrooms and a 2,600 square foot library that will double as a tornado shelter.
Police say the women said they received text messages from the man they believed to be Corey Davis, saying they should drink with his roommate.
Police arrested Ashley Pullen Thursday evening and booked him into the jail for reported for two complaints of first degree rape.
Bartlesville Police arrested a Tulsa man they say attempted to meet a 12-year-old girl at a local mall Wednesday.
The owners of a Sand Springs dog breeding operation surrendered more than 100 puppies Wednesday after deputies found the animals living in what they called deplorable conditions.
Tulsa Police Corporal Jason Muse tells us the chase started near 31st and Yale during a routine traffic stop about 11:30 last night.
A man asked City Council to consider legalizing marijuana for medical and recreational purposes.