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New Law to Add Fee for Alternative Energy Use

Alternative Energy customers in Oklahoma could be paying more money in the near future.


Parent Says Swatting Went Too Far

The District Attorney's Office in Mayes County is investigating a swatting incident. It took place at a Salina Elementary School.. The student's parent says the swatting went too far. More>>

Hepatitis C Victim in Tulsa Dental Scare Speaks Out

A patient whose hepatitis C diagnosis focused attention on allegedly filthy conditions inside two Tulsa-area dental clinics says his body has been ravaged by the disease. More>>

Opening Statements Begin for Man Accused of Fatal QT Shooting

Both sides in Jermaine Jackson's court case returned to the courtroom Wednesday for opening statements. He faces two counts of first degree murder.

Power Restored to Areas of Adair County After Outage

Few details are available at this time but Ozarks Electric states that more than 4,000 customers are without power at this time. Areas affected include Watts and Westville.

Boil Order Continues for Some McIntosh County Residents

McIntosh County #6 Public Water System instituted the boil order after an April 19th test found coliform. The chairman of the water district said the problem had not yet advanced to E. coli. He said the contaminated sample was near an RV park.

Haskell County Authorities Continue Search for Escaped Inmate

Deputies with the Haskell County Sheriff's Office stated that Edward Branch escaped the jail Tuesday morning. Jail employees noticed he was missing and began their search for him around the jail.

Highway 169 Open After Motorcycle Wreck

Few details are available at this time but a motorcycle driver was transported to an area hospital in critical condition. This was in the area of Highway 169 and the Broken Arrow Expressway.

Firefighters Assist Crews After Gas Leak Found in East Tulsa

Officials with Oklahoma Natural Gas were notified of the leak sometime early Wednesday morning near the Baker Hughes facility. This is at 46th Street and Memorial.

TPD: Deadly Force Used 3 Times Since January

Tulsa Police report three officer-involved shootings, already in 2014. Two of those cases were deadly.


Rogers County Officers Make Meth Bust in Claremore

The Rogers County Sheriff's Office made a meth bust on April 19 in Claremore. More>>

Trailer Thief Caught On Camera

Located right near 21st Harvard, Home Team Appliance has got you covered when it comes to washers and dryers, stoves and refrigerators."A lot of our new stuff comes with a ten year warranty," said Chris De-Bruyn.But they do not sell trailers, like this one, their backup trailer, their bigger trailer, well..."It's frustrating, actually," said Chri Bruyn.Yeah, that one was parked out front on Saturday morning as you can see captured on their security camera right out front. Until around 6:30..... More>>

Oklahoma Senate Passes Bill to Cut Income Taxes

A House-backed plan to cut both the state's individual and corporate income tax rates has passed the Oklahoma Senate, although a final agreement on a tax cut has yet to be reached. More>>

Judge Sentences Woman for Wreck That Killed Teacher

A Tulsa judge sentenced Marquitta Littlebear to a total 54 years in prison on Monday at the Tulsa County courthouse. She was found guilty in March for the death of a local teacher after a car wreck.

Wagoner Co. Suspect Arrested on Child Molestation Complaints

The Wagoner County Sheriff's Office placed Robert Allen Searl, 45, under arrest on April 18 on complaints of child sexual abuse and lewd acts and proposals to a minor. More>>

Testing Glitch Fixed, Testing to Resume Across State Video included

Officials with CBT/McGraw Hill say they think they’ve fixed a glitch that caused Oklahoma's online testing system to crash. More>>

Tulsans Run To Remember Boston Video included

Appropriately, part of the run today went down Boston Avenue."Yeah it was, it was terrible," said Keith Landers recalling the Boston marathon bombings."It was devastating," said Seleste King."You can gather a lot of strength from a tragedy like this," said Tim Dreiling.Many of Monday's runners wore a blue shirt with a message of solidarity."You're basically just saying hey we're there with you, we're supporting you," said Landers.When the bombs went off last year..."I have a best friend that ... More>>

DUI Driver Will Be Released Earlier Than Expected

A Rogers County judge has reduced the sentence of man serving 20 years in prison for killing a father and son while driving drunk. Twenty-one- year -old Keaton Hannah was in court on Monday morning to have his sentence reviewed. More>>

Official Statement from CTB/McGraw-Hill Regarding Testing Interruptions

KTUL received the following official statement from CTB/McGraw-Hill that addressed the testing interruptions that took place in public schools in Oklahoma today.

Get To Know Your Health Insurance Plan

Are you one of the millions who signed up for insurance under federal health care reform? If so, the job isn't done yet. You need to take the time, to understand your policy and how to use it.

Oklahoma Court Stays Executions of 2 Convicted Killers

The Oklahoma Supreme Court has stayed the execution of two death row inmates who have challenged the state's secrecy protocol surrounding the source of lethal injection drugs. More>>

Teenage Girl Shot in East Tulsa Drive-By Shooting

Tulsa Police are investigating an East Tulsa drive-by shooting that sent 15-year-old girl to the hospital. More>>

Officer, Victim Identified in Saturday Morning Officer-Involved Shooting

A Hispanic woman is dead after an alleged armed robbery around 1 a.m. Saturday morning at El 7 Marez restaurant near 21st and Garnett. More>>

McIntosh County Area Under Boil Order After E. Coli Found in Sample

Customers of Rural Water District 6 in McIntosh County were notified Monday that a sample of water taken from a site tested positive for E. coli. RWD #6 is based out of Eufaula. More>>

Tulsa's Most Wanted Sought on Child Abuse Warrants

The Tulsa Police Department's Crime Prevention Network is asking for help in locating two individuals wanted on felony warrants of child abuse. More>>

Firefighters Discover Body After House Fire in North Tulsa

Firefighters with the Tulsa Fire Department told KTUL that flames were reported after 5 a.m. by neighbors. At the scene crews found the reported vacant house fully engulfed.

Highway 75 Wreck Shuts Down Traffic Near Apache

Few details were available but officials at the scene were sent to the area after 9 a.m. near Highway 75 south of Apache.

Helicopter Drops Over 18,000 Easter Eggs

On Sunday afternoon hundreds of children waited to see easter eggs fall from the sky. This is the third year a church in Sand Springs called Church That Matters has hosted the event.

Citizen Plays Role in Alleged Armed Robber's Arrest

A homeless man was arrested overnight Sunday after allegedly robbing two QuikTrip locations. More>>

Yale Boil Order Lifted Video included

The City of Yale is no longer under a boil order after correcting a problem in the water supply. More>>

OKC Bombing Survivors Observe 19th Anniversary

Survivors, rescue workers and the family members of victims of the Oklahoma City bombing have observed the 19th anniversary of the terrorist attack. More>>

71-Year-Old Coweta Bus Driver Suspected of Lewd Acts with Child

A 71-year-old Coweta school bus driver was arrested Friday for alleged lewd acts with a child after an investigation into multiple tips that were received by separate agencies. More>>

Creek County Investigating Alleged Sexual Misconduct in Kellyville

Authorities say they are actively investigating if a Kellyville teacher had an inappropriate relationship with a student. More>>

Apache Manor Shooting Suspect Turns Himself In

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Tulsa Police say the suspect in a shooting that took place on Thursday at Apache Manor Apartments has turned himself in.

Nothing Found Near Mobile Home in Search for Missing Man

Area authorities were back at the scene of a Delaware County mobile home Friday in search of possible human remains. More>>

Colcord Students Sent Home after Reported Bomb Threat

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Colcord High School officials sent students home after a handwritten bomb threat was found in a classroom early Friday morning. More>>

Students Hold Protest After Coaches Fired in Locust Grove

Several Locust Grove High School students have joined together Friday morning to protest the firing of the coaches. All four were reportedly let go earlier this week but administrators have not released a reason. More>>

Missouri's Frank Haith Officially Named Tulsa Basketball Coach Video included

The University of Tulsa has hired Missouri’s Frank Haith as the new men's basketball head coach. More>>

All Clear Given at BTW After Student Makes Threat Online

Officials with Tulsa Public Schools moves students to the field house after campus police received notice of the threat sometime Thursday. The school is located near Apache and North Peoria.

Women Burned After Fire Breaks Out at Townhome

Crews with the Tulsa Fire Department were notified of the blaze early Friday morning near 71st and Yale. It was there that they found flames coming from the roof of the building.

Man in Critical Condition After North Tulsa Shooting

Homicide detectives were sent to Apache Manor apartments Thursday evening after receiving word that an unidentified man had been shot.

School Grading System Gets A Failing Grade From Research Team

Researchers from O.U. and O.S.U. have taken a look at data from the A-F Grade System, from both 2012 and 2013.They presented their findings from more than a hundred schools and more than 20-thousand stud More>>

Report: Haith Accepts Tulsa Job

ESPN is reporting Haith has accepted the job at the University of Tulsa.

Officials Break Ground on Proposed Macy's Plant Video included

Various Oklahoma officials will gather at the site on 76th Street North near Owasso to break ground on the Macy's plant. Among the leaders are Governor Mary Fallin, Congressman Jim Bridenstine, Cherokee Nation Chief Bill John Baker and several other names.

Oklahoma Leaders Mark Near Completion of $400 Million I-44 Project

A release from ODOT listed the improvements that have been made including widening I-44 from four lanes to six, safety improvements at four interchanges, bridge replacements and aesthetic enhancements. More>>

Police Investigate Possible Accidental Shooting at East Tulsa Apartments

Tulsa Police are investigating a shooting at an East Tulsa apartment complex early Thursday morning. More>>

An explosion has leveled two New York City apartment buildings, killing two people and injuring 17 others. More>>

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    President Barack Obama is rejecting suggestions that an Asia-Pacific trade deal is in danger.More >>
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    Afghan hospital guard kills 3 American doctors

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  • FDA proposes first regulations for e-cigarettes

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    Thursday, April 24 2014 6:15 AM EDT2014-04-24 10:15:02 GMT
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    The federal government wants to ban sales of electronic cigarettes to minors and require approval for new products and health warning labels under regulations being proposed by the Food and Drug Administration.More >>
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