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Tulsa, OK

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Local and Regional News Stories from NPR for Tulsa Metro

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English

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Episodes

Up Before Dawn, Tulsa's Superintendent Talks With Support Staff on the 1st Day of School

8/21/2019
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As the new school year gets underway in Tulsa, we talk with Tulsa School Superintendent Doctor Deborah Gist. She discusses the new school year, as she visits with support staff at the transportation center and the school district’s warehouse. Hear her comments on the 2019-2020 school year.

Duration:00:03:59

The Wednesday News from 89.5/KWGS

8/21/2019
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In the local news: The 2019-2020 school year begins in Tulsa. Power is restored to about 10,000 PSO customers. New information is coming to light about a state representative's DUI charge.

Duration:00:02:29

The Tuesday News Podcast from KWGS

8/20/2019
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In the local news: A Tulsa book store is again targeted by Neo-Nazis. Mayor expands City's non-discrimination policy to include gender identity. Hamilton opens in Tulsa.

Duration:00:02:29

Monday's Digital Update from KWGS News

8/19/2019
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In the local news: The OSBI hires additional biologists. Beto O'Rouke campaigns in Tulsa. Problems at the Cushing Dam.

Duration:00:02:29

Friday Morning's Digital Update

8/16/2019
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In the local news: Route 66 neon could soon come to downtown. Tulsa's Clarehouse evacuated after sewer backup floods end of life facility. A suspect in a church burglary is shot.

Duration:00:02:29

The Thursday Morning Digital Update From KWGS

8/15/2019
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In the local news: Diversity in the Police Department is discussed at the Tulsa Equality Indicators meeting. The Cherokees get a new chief. Former Muscogee-Creek Chief George Tiger is named in a federal indictment.

Duration:00:02:29

New Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. Tells Cherokees to Rally Around Common Goals

8/14/2019
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Ten newly elected Cherokee officials took their oaths of office Wednesday in Tahlequah, including the new Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. Wearing a white ribbon shirt made by his wife, January, and a gold gorget given to him by former Principal Chief Bill John Baker, Hoskin was sworn in by Cherokee Supreme Court Chief Justice John C. Garrett. In his inaugural address, Hoskin told Cherokee citizens to rally not around him but around common goals, like taking care of elders, helping small...

Duration:00:11:20

Wednesday's News Podcast

8/14/2019
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In the local news: Renovation of the Avery Bridge in Tulsa will cost at least $26-million. Chuck Hoskin, Jr. will become the new chief of the Cherokees today. School bond proposals pass at Bartlesville.

Duration:00:02:29

The Local News for Tuesday

8/13/2019
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In the local news: Traffic remains stopped on Tulsa's Navigational Channel. Windows are plastered with hate messages in Tulsa. Bartlesville residents vote on a school bond proposal

Duration:00:02:28

The Monday Morning Local News Podcast

8/12/2019
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In the local news: The Oklahoma Department of Corrections is looking for 600 officer cadets. A weekend drowning claims the life of a 29-year-old Tulsan. Cooling Stations are open in Tulsa's high heat.

Duration:00:02:29

The Friday Digital Update from KWGS

8/9/2019
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In the local news: The increase in hate is discussed at a Tulsa forum. The Cherokee Nation increase its minimum wage. A judge again refuses to allow a Tulsa teen to change his plea to murder and rape.

Duration:00:02:29

The Thursday Morning Digital Update

8/8/2019
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In the local news: A lack of diversity at the Tulsa Police Department is pinpointed at last night's council meeting. The city moves forward the $639-million Improve Our Tulsa tax packages. 19 people are nabbed in a local child sex sting.

Duration:00:02:29

Wednesday's Morning News/Podcast

8/7/2019
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In the local news: Downtown's vitality! Monroe prepares for a new mission. Grand Jury Indictments tied to two Tulsa bank robberies in July.

Duration:00:02:29

KWGS Local News --- On Demand

8/6/2019
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In the local news: Fines are issued for the lack of Tulsa passenger rail. In response to national shootings, Tulsa's mayor says "see something/say something". FEMA says flood assistance deadline is rapidly approaching.

Duration:00:02:29

The Local News Podcast

8/5/2019
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In the local news: Tribal leaders offer frigid response to Governor's Compact talks. Tulsans gather for immigrant justice. The OHP looks for 80 new troopers.

Duration:00:02:29

Get Up-to-Date With Friday's Local News Podcast

8/2/2019
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In the local news: Incoming Cherokee Chief announces housing program. BA school computer system hit with ransom demand. Flash Flooding possible today and tomorrow.

Duration:00:02:29

The KWGS Morning Edition Local News Podcast

8/1/2019
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In the local news: The council hears the mayor's plan for the Office of Independent Monitor. A two day search fails to local two missing Welch girls. Del Taco is coming to Tulsa.

Duration:00:02:29

The Morning News from KWGS

7/31/2019
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In the local news: The search resumes for two missing Welch girls. A man is shot and killed in a Cherry Street parking lot. Signature are being collected for a statewide Medicaid expansion vote.

Duration:00:02:29

Tulsa's Morning News Podcast

7/30/2019
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In the local news: Another 'Improve Our Tulsa' town hall meeting is set for tonight. The FEMA deadline for spring storm victims has been extended. Boxing is coming to BA's Rose District.

Duration:00:02:29

Monday's News Podcast from KWGS

7/29/2019
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In the local news: Federal rule changes could affect state SNAP benefits. Services are held at a burned Tulsa Church. Work gets underway on the 67th and South Peoria Rapid Bus Transit station.

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