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Oil Industry Urges Trump To Approve Dakota Access Pipeline
Industry leaders are urging President-elect Donald Trump to make approval of the disputed Dakota Access oil pipeline a priority when he takes office next month, but a spokesman for Trump isn't offering many clues about how the incoming president might act.
AP All-Big 12: 10-Time Champ Oklahoma Has 7 1st-Team Picks
Oklahoma Big-play receiver Dede Westbrook was selected the Big 12 offensive player of the year and Coach Bob Stoops was named Big 12 Coach of the Year for a record fifth time.
Resurfacing Completed Of Broken Arrow's Aspen Avenue
Contractors have completed the resurfacing of a nearly two-mile stretch of Aspen Avenue in Broken Arrow.
Former OHP Trooper Pleads Guilty To 3 Counts In Sexual Assault Case
Former Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper Eric Roberts pleaded guilty in Creek County court to counts of sexual battery, soliciting an act of lewdness or prostitution and embezzlement.
Judge Will Allow Victims' Photos To Be Used In Adacia Chambers Trial
The next step happens today in the trial against the woman charged with killing four people at the 2015 Oklahoma State homecoming parade.
OK Supreme Court: Mixon Tape Is Public Record, Should Be Released
The Oklahoma Supreme Court has ruled that the video of OU running back Joe Mixon punching a woman in the face at a Norman restaurant is public record and must be released.
Murder Trial Rescheduled In Death Of 14-Year-Old Tulsa Girl
The trial of a man charged with the murder of a 14-year-old Tulsa girl during an attempted robbery in June 2014 has been rescheduled for January 23, 2017.
Wagoner County Sheriff?s Office K9 Officers Receive Body Armor
Wagoner County Sheriff's Office K9s, Edo and Max, will receive bullet and stab protective vests as charitable donations from non-profit organization Vested Interest in K9s, Inc.
Court Filing: In Army's Eyes, Chelsea Manning Still A Man
A military prison psychologist is refusing to recommend that Chelsea Manning's gender be officially changed to female in her Army employee-benefits file.
Trump Urges Cancellation Of Costly New Air Force One Plane
Boeing stock slipped 1.2 percent in early trading trading Tuesday after President-elect Donald Trump tweeted that the cost of a new Air Force One jet was too high and that the government should cancel its contract with the aerospace giant.
Earthquake Shakes Central Oklahoma
An earthquake shook central Oklahoma Tuesday morning.
Tulsa Deputies To Shave Mustaches At 'Cancer Sucks' Benefit For Co-Worker
A group of Tulsa County Sheriff's deputies plan to shave off their mustaches during a benefit for a fellow deputy who is battling cancer.
Passengers Injured In Tulsa Bus Hit-And-Run Collision
Police say a lawn care truck with trailer clipped a Tulsa transit bus causing minor damage. Two passengers had minor injuries and were taken to the hospital.
'I Was Just Scared:' Woman Crashed Into By Suspected Stolen SUV
At the end of the chase, police say Larson slammed into the back of another car with a woman and her 5-month-old baby inside.
Cold Front And North Winds To Drop Temps Across Oklahoma
A cold front will bring gusty north winds and drier air to northeast Oklahoma Wednesday.
Crews Battle Fire At Large Home North Of Harrah
Multiple crews were called out to the scene of a large house fire just north of Harrah in the Hickory Hills township, Tuesday morning.
Burglars Hit Tulsa Dollar General Early Tuesday
Tulsa Police responded to a burglary at the Dollar General at 1906 North Harvard early Tuesday morning.
Murder Trial Of Tulsa Restaurant Owner Set For April 2017
A judge has set April 2017 as a trial date for two men charged in the death of Ted's Hamburgers owner in 2015.
Two Men Armed With Guns Rob Tulsa QuikTrip Store
Police are reviewing surveillance video after a Tulsa QuikTrip store was robbed by two men early Tuesday.
Edmond Man Arrested After Tulsa DUI Crash
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol arrested an Edmond driver after a Tulsa DUI crash early Tuesday in which he ran from the scene.
Sapulpa Man Stabbed To Death; Jenks Man In Custody
Miami Police said a Sapulpa man was stabbed to death late Monday night.
Rock Used In Tulsa Jewelry Store Burglary Attempt
Police are looking for whoever tried to break into a Tulsa jewelry store using a rock early Tuesday.
Armed Men Sought After Tulsa Apartment Robbery
Police say five people including two children were robbed at gunpoint at an east Tulsa apartment late Monday.
One Hospitalized, One Dead In Luther Fire
Firefighters in Luther continue to battle a house fire that began around 2 a.m. Tuesday.
G.T. Bynum Takes Office As Tulsa's New Mayor
Former City Councilor G.T. Bynum was sworn as Tulsa's 40th Mayor Monday afternoon.
Tulsa Woman Pleads Guilty To Trying To Run Over Mother
A Tulsa woman pleaded guilty to attempting to run over her mother.
Court filing: In Army's eyes, Chelsea Manning still a man
By DAVID DISHNEAU Associated Press A military prison psychologist is refusing to recommend that Chelsea Manning's gender be officially changed to female in her Army employee-benefits file.
1 dead, 1 hurt after fire at home in Luther
Authorities say one person was found dead and another was injured after a large house fire in Luther.
News Minute: Here is the latest Oklahoma news from The Associated Press at 8:40 a.m. CST
Five companies are being sued over a magnitude 5.0 earthquake at Cushing. The lawsuit filed Monday by David and Myra Reid, Valerie Branyan and Timothy Harris names White Star Petroleum, Crown Energy Company, PetroWarrior...
Residents file lawsuit over November earthquake in Cushing
Five companies are being sued over a magnitude 5.0 earthquake at Cushing.
Oklahoma governor to visit troops in the Middle East
Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin is traveling to the Middle East to visit members of the National Guard serving overseas.
USGS records 5 earthquakes overnight in northern Oklahoma
The U.S. Geological Survey has recorded five small earthquakes in northern Oklahoma, including a magnitude 3.9 temblor near Pawnee where the state's largest earthquake was recorded in September.
AAA says Arkansas has lowest gas price in US: Oklahoma 4th
Motorists in Arkansas are enjoying the lowest gas prices in the U.S., and those in Oklahoma aren't paying much more.
Chesapeake to sell property in Louisiana for $450 million
Chesapeake Energy Corp. has announced plans to sell acreage and wells in northern Louisiana for about $450 million.
Cops: Oklahoma woman drove wrong way on upstate NY highway
Police say a 36-year-old Oklahoma woman was more than two times over the legal limit for drunk driving when she found traveling the wrong way on an upstate New York highway.
USGS: 3.9 magnitude earthquake hits northern Oklahoma
The U.S. Geological Survey is reporting a 3.9 magnitude earthquake has struck northern Oklahoma. There were no immediate reports of injuries or property damage.
Head-on crash leaves New Jersey trooper, another man dead
A recently married rookie state trooper responding to a call for help was killed in a violent wreck on a highway when a car traveling in the opposite direction crossed a grassy median and slammed into his cruiser head-on,...
Miss. lawyers: Don't revive lawsuit over Confederate emblem
Attorneys for Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant are asking a federal appeals court not to revive a lawsuit that sought to erase the Confederate battle emblem from the state flag.
NTSB: Crew fatigue main reason behind fatal 2014 train crash
Crew fatigue brought on by irregular work schedules and a moderate form of sleep apnea is the primary reason behind a middle-of-the-night train crash that killed two Union Pacific workers and injured two others in northern...
Female DJ, music promoter, among warehouse fire victims
The Oakland warehouse fire took the lives of musicians, artists and others trying to break down barriers with their performances.
1st Cuban migrants land in Florida since Castro's death
Thirteen Cuban migrants who arrived early Tuesday in the Florida Keys aboard a homemade boat are the first to land on U.S. soil since Fidel Castro died, U.S. authorities said, adding they're on alert amid an ongoing...
After 9 years, Times Square hotel murder case headed to jury
A nearly decade-old murder case over a prostitute's death in a shabby Times Square hotel was headed toward the jury room Tuesday, after being drawn out by debate over the validity of bite-mark evidence.
LA authorities boost security after threatened rail attack
Heavily armed sheriff's deputies stood watch Tuesday at a Los Angeles-area subway station named in an unconfirmed threat and Mayor Eric Garcetti took the line to work to show confidence in security measures.
Man arrested in ex-NFL player's death; sheriff defends probe
The Louisiana man who fatally shot ex-NFL player Joe McKnight during a road rage dispute was jailed on a manslaughter charge as a sheriff angrily defended the investigation Tuesday, saying authorities "strategically"...
Pipeline delays cost builder millions, risking contract loss
The completion of the Dakota Access oil pipeline has been delayed after the U.S. Army declined to grant an easement for the final few thousand feet under a Missouri River reservoir in North Dakota pending further study....
Filing: As guard lay dying, inmate stole gum from his pocket
The killing of a guard at a federal prison in Pennsylvania was a calculated slaying during which the suspect inmate paused to chew a piece of gum he took from the dying guard's pocket, federal prosecutors said in court...
6 Investigates: Schools Arming Teachers To Protect Students
A gun-free zone is a target, that's the rationale behind a law to make our schools safer. It was approved by state lawmakers last year.
6 Investigates: 'Hire' Education
At a time when most government agencies have been attempting to cap their workforces, if not reduce them, state-supported higher education is doing just the opposite.
9 Investigates: Inspecting Oklahoma Meat Farms
Agriculture may not play the role it once did in the Oklahoma economy, but in rural northwest Oklahoma, it still matters.
New Video Shows Former Reserve Deputy Using Force Days Before Harris Shooting
New video shows a former Tulsa County reserve deputy on duty, using force, days before he shot and killed a suspect.
News On 6 Tours Jail At Center Of Civil Lawsuit Against Former Sheriff
A jury found in favor of a former juvenile inmate in a civil rights lawsuit against a former Tulsa County sheriff. Thursday, News On 6 took a tour of the jail to see what has changed.
6 Investigates: State Hiring Freeze Exemptions
In the wake of a hiring and salary freeze imposed by Governor Fallin one year ago, state agency heads were allowed to continue making hires and giving raises, as if there was no freeze.
6 Investigates: TCSO Routinely Behind In Paying Jail Utility Bills
The Tulsa County Jail has risked having its utilities cut off a dozen times. Records obtained by News On 6 show the sheriff's office is repeatedly late paying utility bills.
Dangerous Rigs: Oilfield Truck Crashes Kill, Injure Dozens
An investigation by News On 6 and our partner, The Frontier, found that about seven percent of the trucking companies licensed for the work have been involved in deadly accidents.
Judge In Open Records Case Recuses After Request From Fallin's Office
A judge presiding over a lawsuit seeking records related to a botched execution has recused from the case after a request from Gov. Mary Fallin’s office.
6 Investigates: Emergency Teacher Certifications Increasing In Oklahoma
The state's increasing reliance on emergency certified teachers to fill classrooms raises the questions of who these people are and what qualifications do they have?
Sand Springs Police Warn Of Counterfeit Money During Holiday Season
The Sand Springs Police Department says you should be on the lookout for crooks and fake money this holiday season.
Man, Woman In Custody After Tulsa Police Pursuit
A man and woman were taken into custody in what police believe is a stolen vehicle. An early morning pursuit ended at 6th and Lewis.
Tulsa Burglary Detectives Need Help Identifying Suspect
Tulsa Police said they need help identifying a man who burglarized a home in the area of 2100 E. 32nd Place on the morning of November 22.