Tulsa Business Owner Arrested On Child Pornography Complaints

Tulsa Business Owner Arrested On Child Pornography Complaints

Tulsa veterinarian Howard Stevens has been charged with two counts of child pornography possession after an employee said she saw lewd photos on his computer.

Man Sought For Kidnapping, Assaulting Broken Arrow Woman

Man Sought For Kidnapping, Assaulting Broken Arrow Woman

Travis Bayless is Tulsa Police Department's Most Wanted suspect. There may be a reward for information leading to his capture.

Phone Conversation From Tulsa Teen Sentenced To Life In Prison

Phone Conversation From Tulsa Teen Sentenced To Life In Prison

New phone conversation of Deonte Green before he was sentenced to life in prison. The teen had several violent crime charges and also killed a Broken Arrow school teacher. 

Mayes Co. Deputies Searching For Driver Involved In Hit & Run

Mayes Co. Deputies Searching For Driver Involved In Hit & Run

Deputies in Mayes County are searching for a driver witnesses said hit a woman with his truck and then left her in the street.

Amazon Offers Prime Day Shoppers $10 To Track Their Web Data

Amazon Offers Prime Day Shoppers $10 To Track Their Web Data

Amazon has an offer for customers who sign up for its Amazon Assistant shopping tool: Install the service, and we'll give you $10 -- for the right to your browsing data. 

Multiple Tulsa Cooling Centers Open

Multiple Tulsa Cooling Centers Open

Tulsa area cooling centers are opening as multiple counties are already facing an excessive heat warning Wednesday morning.

Webbers Falls Teachers Receive More Donations

Webbers Falls Teachers Receive More Donations

Schools across the state are stepping up to help another district in need after extreme flooding. Tuesday, Broken Arrow dropped off a load of donations for Webbers Falls as they begin the rebuilding process. These items will help replace what was lost at

Man Walks Free After Nearly 30 Years Behind Bars

Man Walks Free After Nearly 30 Years Behind Bars

A Tulsa County judge declared Tuesday morning, July 16 that a man convicted of murder nearly 30 years ago will walk free.

Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens Dies At 99

Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens Dies At 99

According to the U.S. Supreme Court, retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens has died, July 16. 

6 Dogs Rescued From Abandoned Trailer Home In Pottawatomie County

6 Dogs Rescued From Abandoned Trailer Home In Pottawatomie County

Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s deputies are investigating after a couple allegedly abandoned their six dogs in their trailer home when they moved out, leaving the dogs without food or water.  

Tulsa Community College Physical Therapy Director Retires

Tulsa Community College Physical Therapy Director Retires

Tulsa Community College is celebrating their Physical Therapist Assistant Program.

Husband And Wife Married For 71 Years Die On The Same Day

Husband And Wife Married For 71 Years Die On The Same Day

A husband and wife married for more than 70 years died on the same day last week, CBS affiliate WRDW reported. But this isn't a story about death, it's a story about life and love. Herbert and Frances Delaigle met in Waynesboro, Georgia, when she was 16 y

House Passes Amendment Ordering Pentagon To Review Whether U.S. Experimented With Weaponizing Ticks

House Passes Amendment Ordering Pentagon To Review Whether U.S. Experimented With Weaponizing Ticks

It's typical for lawmakers to offer amendments to the sweeping National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), the defense spending bill that is reauthorized every term, and this year has been no different. One of the more unusual amendments is one offered by

Tulsa Detectives Investigating Human Remains

Tulsa Detectives Investigating Human Remains

Tulsa homicide detectives are investigating after two teens found human remains near Pine and Memorial July 15. 

ODOT Asking Public To Participate In Survey To Give Input On Future Plans

ODOT Asking Public To Participate In Survey To Give Input On Future Plans

The Oklahoma Department of Transportation is asking for public input through an online survey. To complete the questions, a user only needs about ten minutes, but the answers will help ODOT officials decide what to focus on in the next 25 years. “It

OKC Man Found, Silver Alert Canceled

OKC Man Found, Silver Alert Canceled

A Silver Alert has been issued for an Oklahoma City man who was last seen Monday evening.

WWI Veteran Honored With Headstone 55 Years After His Death

WWI Veteran Honored With Headstone 55 Years After His Death

An Oklahoma City veteran was the subject of celebration Tuesday, 55 years after his death.

Oklahoma 10U Softball Team Takes National Championship

Oklahoma 10U Softball Team Takes National Championship

The Oklahoma Freedom softball team took this year's USSSA South National 10U B Championship July 14 in Plano, Texas.

'Game of Thrones' Slashes Its Way To Record-Breaking 32 Emmy Nominations

'Game of Thrones' Slashes Its Way To Record-Breaking 32 Emmy Nominations

HBO's "Game of Thrones" has slashed its way to a record-setting 32 Emmy nominations Tuesday for its eighth and final season. The bloodthirsty saga's total eclipsed the all-time series record of 27 nods earned by "NYPD Blue" in 1994. The showing by "Game o

NY Cop Won’t Be Charged In Chokehold Death Of Eric Garner

NY Cop Won’t Be Charged In Chokehold Death Of Eric Garner

Federal prosecutors won’t bring civil rights charges against a New York City police officer in the 2014 chokehold death of Eric Garner, a person familiar with the matter said Tuesday. The decision not to bring charges against Officer Daniel Pantaleo

Alligator Living In Chicago Park Lagoon Captured

Alligator Living In Chicago Park Lagoon Captured

The alligator in Chicago's Humboldt Park Lagoon was captured Tuesday after a week long search mission that drew national attention.

Investigations Continue After Human Remains Found In Tulsa Creek

Investigations Continue After Human Remains Found In Tulsa Creek

Detectives are investigating a wooded area near the Tulsa International Airport after the discovery of human remains in a creek.

The Outsiders House Museum Opening In August

The Outsiders House Museum Opening In August

The Outsiders house is going to open to the public next month!

New Rule Ends Protections For Some Asylum Seekers

New Rule Ends Protections For Some Asylum Seekers

A new rule is expected to go in effect Tuesday that ends protections for some Central American migrants.

Facebook’s New Currency Plan Is Under Scrutiny In Congress

Facebook’s New Currency Plan Is Under Scrutiny In Congress

WASHINGTON (AP) — Facebook’s ambitious plan to create a financial eco-system based on a digital currency faces questions from lawmakers, as it’s shadowed by negative comments from President Donald Trump, his treasury secretary and the he