In the local news: The lack of Medicaid expansion may hurt some Oklahoma poor. A school bus wreck in northeast Tulsa leaves one person dead. Two people are arrested in Tulsa County for kidnapping their Washington state son.
In the local news: Tulsa Police say sex-offenders are faking homelessness. A replica of the Vietnam Memorial goes on display at the former Oklahoma Military Academy--- now RSU in Claremore. A federal judge tells DHS to move the kids out of the Larua Dester Shelter by the end of the month
In the local news: A plan to make Tulsa as better place to live is announced at City Hall. A pre-schooler is rescued from a Tulsa swimming pool. A grand opening date for the Gathering Place will be announced later this week.
In the local news: The Tulsa Chamber of Commerce will oppose Medical Marijuana in Oklahoma. Two women are dead in a west Tulsa house fire. The Tulsa School Board delays renaming Chouteau and Columbus Elementary Schools
In the local news: Health Care Providers express frustration with the State Health Department's financial mismanagement. A man and woman are found dead in Owasso home. A Tulsa man dies in a Oologah Lake drowning.
In the local news: A Tulsa church wants to convert an old motel into a homeless outreach program. An unruly passengers leads to a Delta flight being diverted to Tulsa. The Bever property will be transformed into a memorial garden in Broken Arrow.
In the local news; State education leaders debate school security. A gunman shoots two people in OKC before being killed by a person with a concealed weapon permit. Lake level are up, but no campground flooding this Memorial Day.
In the local news: Some Tulsa School Board members voice regret over the Robert E. Lee school name change. TU gets a new Board of Trustees Chairman. Last week's Amber Alert mother goes to court via TV.
Some members of the Tulsa School Board may be suffering from “renaming remorse”. Several board members say the name change from ‘Robert E. Lee’ to just ‘Lee Elementary’ does not go far enough. The board voted to make the change earlier in the month, as it reviews the names of all Tulsa Schools. The Robert E. Lee name is considered offensive to some because of his slave holdings and Confederate General status in the Civil War. Board member, Dr. Cindy Decker, apologized last night for her...
In the local news: The U.S. Supreme Court takes up an appeal that could change the legal landscape of Oklahoma. The Tulsa Ozone Alert Season is off to a rough start. Officials are concerned what a hot, dry summer could bring. A Tulsa "non-stop" flight takes two days to make it to San Diego.