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Gas Line Break Causes Morning Traffic Diversion in Broken Arrow
Oklahoma Natural Gas crews are working Wednesday morning to repair a broken gas line near Broken Arrow High School.
Tulsa Police Officers See Trend Of Teens Involved In Violent Crimes
More police officers in Tulsa would mean more officers on the streets, preventing crimes. It might help an alarming trend of teens involved in violent crimes.
Bixby Students Arrested At Aquarium For Drinking At Homecoming, Report Says
Police are trying to figure out who supplied some Bixby high school students with alcohol. Two were arrested for public drunkenness and five received citations.
Tulsa 4-Year-Old With Rare Condition Spends Rare Day At The Fair
A rare condition leaves a Tulsa 4 year old with limited mobility, speech and vision; but Tuesday, he and his family got to spend a special and rare day at the fair.
Tulsa Glass Artists Put Unique Twist On Pumpkin Patch
Pumpkin patches are popular this time of year, but one, in particular, is putting a unique twist on them, with pumpkins made of glass.
Archie Bradley's Journey To The Big Leagues
Archie Bradley's 2015 season is a reminder that making it to the big leagues is a journey that doesn't stop on opening day.
Claremore Dad Says 'Skinhead' Patches Found In Children's Product
A Claremore man claims he found something racist and disturbing inside a present meant for his kids. Now he's demanding answers.
Dick Faurot's Weather Blog: Warmer, Then Brief Cool-Down, Then Warmer Again
Above normal temperatures will be the general rule through Thursday, then a cool front will bring us back to near normal conditions, followed by even warmer conditions early next week.
Tulsa Police Department Severely Understaffed, Study Shows
A scientific study of Tulsa's crime and police department shows crime is higher than it should be, and the police department is severely understaffed.
Jurisdiction Confusion Has Tulsa County Neighbors Concerned For Safety
People who live in one Tulsa County neighborhood are frustrated every time they call 911.They say they get transferred because no one seems to know whose jurisdiction they're in.
Game Wardens Catch Three Men Accused Of Poaching Paddlefish In Tulsa
Three men are accused of working a big poaching operation in Tulsa. Game wardens said they caught them with 12 illegal paddlefish.
Tulsa Police Identify Murder Victim, Arrest Teenage Suspect
Tulsa Police have arrested a 16 year old in Tulsa's latest homicide. They identified the shooting victim as Tomas Rodriguez, 18.
Fracking, Earthquake Debate Takes Center Stage In Tulsa
The debate over earthquakes and fracking has taken center stage in Tulsa, as 750 petroleum geologists are in town this week, talking about oil and gas exploration.
Fallin Speaks On Removal Of Ten Commandments Monument From State Capitol
Gov. Mary Fallin briefly spoke with reporters at the new home of the Ten Commandments monument on Tuesday, after the two-ton granite slab was removed from the capitol grounds late Monday night.
Police: Tulsa Man Attacks Officers, Another Prisoner During Arrest
Tulsa Police arrested a man they say attacked two officers and another prisoner while being booked on drug and other complaints.
Undercover Officer Arrests Tulsa Woman For Prostitution
Tulsa police arrested a woman they say was using her midtown home as a base to engage in prostitution.
Thousands Lose Power After Broken Arrow Substation Fire
Public Service of Oklahoma reports that almost 9,000 customers were temporarily without power after a fire at a Broken Arrow substation.
OKC Officer Praised For Heroic Efforts To Save Distraught Man
An Oklahoma City police officer is being praised for his heroic efforts to save the life of a distraught man.
Person Of Interest Named In Tulsa Murder Investigation
Tulsa Police are searching for a person of interested in the shooting death of 54-year-old Jeffrey Alexander.
Join News On 6 At The Tulsa State Fair
Fair time is here and News On 6 will once again be joining in on the fun for all 11 days.
Former Osage Employee Charged With Adding Non-Indians To Tribe
The Osage Nation Attorney General’s Office filed criminal charges against a former employee for adding non-Indians as members of the tribe.
Masked Gunman Robs Bartlesville McDonald's
Bartlesville Police are searching for a man who robbed McDonald's workers at gunpoint late Monday night.
Inattentive Driving Blamed For Deadly Kay County Wreck
A teenage girl was killed in a rollover wreck blamed on inattentive driving. The fatal crash took place Monday afternoon near Blackwell.
Flu Season Is Here; What's Different About This Year's Vaccine
Flu season officially starts this week and doctors are watching the virus closely to see how it compares to last season. So, could we be in for a nasty flu season?
Compulsive Texting Affects Teens At School
This number may be a shock to some and no surprise to others. But most teenagers average 167 texts per day.
Sports Minute: Here is the latest Oklahoma sports news from The Associated Press
Emmanuel Mudiay scored nine of his 17 points in the fourth quarter as the Denver Nuggets beat the Dallas Mavericks 96-86 on Tuesday night. Mudiay had five assists and seven turnovers. Joffrey Lauvergne scored 11 of his 14...
16-year-old in family stabbing case seeking juvenile status
A 16-year-old accused in the stabbing deaths of his parents and three siblings is asking a judge to determine whether he should be considered a youthful offender or juvenile delinquent in the case.
News Minute: Here is the latest Oklahoma news from The Associated Press
One person has died in Oklahoma as a multistate outbreak of salmonella infection linked to imported cucumbers continues. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said as of Monday, 732 people infected with outbreak...
Company that built Ten Commandments monument still unpaid
A company that built a granite Ten Commandments monument that was removed from the Oklahoma Capitol grounds says it still hasn't been paid for its work.
Authorities investigating after jailed man dies at hospital
Authorities are investigating after an inmate in the custody of the Oklahoma County Detention Center died at a hospital.
1 dead in Oklahoma from multistate salmonella outbreak
One person has died in Oklahoma as a multistate outbreak of salmonella infection linked to imported cucumbers continues.
Lawmakers will hold interim study on privacy issues
The House Common Education Committee is planning an interim study this week on privacy issues related to student data.
Pruitt opinion says school prayer ban is overly broad
Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt has issued a formal opinion that a recently enacted policy prohibiting public prayer at playoff events is overly broad.
This Hour: Latest Oklahoma news, sports, business and entertainment
The head of the U.S. Department of the Interior says a $186 million settlement has been reached with the Chickasaw and Choctaw nations over the government's handling of some tribal resources and properties.
Sapulpa gun store owner loses license for illegal sale
The owner of a Sapulpa gun store has lost his federal firearms license after being convicted of selling a firearm to a convicted felon.
Judge tosses conviction in NYC tourist killing; man freed
After 25 years of trying to clear himself in a notorious tourist killing, Johnny Hincapie walked out of a courthouse Tuesday, his conviction overturned and his resolve intact.
The Latest on storm: Charleston County schools open again
The latest on the rainstorm that pounded parts of the East Coast (all times local):
Mother-son bond over guns links Oregon, Connecticut slayings
The deadly shooting last week at an Oregon community college has an eerie parallel with the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School that killed 20 pupils and six adult staff members in 2012.
Vessel's messages will be key to inquiry of ill-fated ship
Federal investigators looking into the ill-fated voyage of a 790-foot freighter believed to have sunk in the Atlantic during Hurricane Joaquin will focus on the communications between the captain and the vessel's owner.
US government deports fewest immigrants in nearly a decade
The Obama administration deported fewer immigrants over the past 12 months than at any time since 2006, according to internal figures obtained by The Associated Press as Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham...
Thousands of drug inmates approved for early prison release
Drug criminals once described by prosecutors as unrepentant repeat offenders are among those poised to benefit from new sentencing guidelines that are shrinking punishments for thousands of federal prisoners, according to...
Handcuffed man crashes through window, dies after 40-ft fall
A handcuffed man seeking to avoid arrest died after crashing head-first through the third-floor window glass of a downtown Atlanta office building and falling 40 feet to the ground, authorities said Tuesday.
Fox probing claims 'Maze Runner' cast took artifacts
Representatives from 20th Century Fox are trying to determine if actors took American Indian artifacts while filming "Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials" at a private New Mexico ranch.
The Latest: Investigators try to retrieve ship data recorder
The latest on a U.S.-based cargo ship that sank in the Atlantic and the search for crew members. All times local:
Round 2: Downstream South Carolina towns brace for flooding
Along South Carolina's coast, residents were preparing for a second round of flooding as rivers swollen from days of devastating rains make their way toward the Atlantic.
Tulsa Teachers To Receive Pay Increase
Tulsa teachers will receive a raise following a vote of the school board. The salary increase averages to 1.5 percent or around $600 annually.
Study: Education Tax Hike Would Cost Average Family $262
A proposed penny sales tax increase would cost medium-income Oklahomans about $262 a year and raise $608 million annually to finance public schools and higher education, a new data analysis shows.
Student Safety Top Priority For TCC Staff
Tulsa Community College has 27,000 students on four main campuses and several smaller community campuses. Administrators say safety is a daily topic.
Oologah Marching Band To Perform At Sugar Bowl
The Oologah High School marching band has been invited to perform at this year’s Sugar Bowl, which is one of the most historic college football games in the country.
TU's College Of Health Sciences Named For Local School Supporters
The University of Tulsa has named its new College of Health Sciences after a Tulsa couple, who have been longtime supporters of the community.
Heartbroken, Oklahoma Teacher Finds 'So Much More' Somewhere Else
Frustrated with the lack of dedication to education, an Oklahoma teacher was forced to leave his home state to find what he hopes Oklahoma will become.
Jenks Pride Marching Band Headed To Rose Bowl Parade
The Jenks High School announced Tuesday the Trojan Pride Marching Band has been invited to march in the 2016 Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California.
Former Sapulpa Principal Honored In Surprise Ceremony
A veteran, educator and much more to former Cheiftains was honored Friday night.
Construction Yet To Begin On Much-Needed Sidewalks At Eliot Elementary
Construction is still at least a year away to build sidewalks leading to Eliot Elementary in Brookside, even though Tulsa got a grant to pay for the project two years ago.
Pencil Box To Help Provide Supplies For Needy Students
The Pencil Box hopes to provide a place where teaches can find supplies for students in need, for free.
6 Investigates: Giant Pensions For Certain Elected Officials
Some of Oklahoma's highest paid elected officials are among a select group of state workers able to cash in on a special, but now-defunct provision in state pension law.
News On 6 Investigates The Phenomenon Of RODS
After seeing a pattern in old photographs, one man from New Mexico believes he's discovered a new life form, which has spurred a worldwide debate.
6 Investigates: Oklahoma's 'Largest Oil And Gas Drilling Spill Of Its Kind'
This summer Oklahoma experienced what regulators think is the largest oil and gas drilling spill of its kind, when more than 21,000 gallons of hydrochloric acid spilled into a farmer's alfalfa field.
6 Investigates: Records Show Oklahoma Prisons Release Most Criminals Early
It turns out Oklahoma prisons release almost all criminals before their sentences have been served as long as it's not life.
Oklahoma's Education Lottery: Underperforming Or Undercut?
To most people, $625 million is a lot of money, but to critics of Oklahoma's education lottery, $625 million is nothing more than proof the lottery has not delivered what voters were promised.
Truth Test: Governor Mary Fallin's Campaign Ad Paid For By Republican Governor's Association
With just one month to go before the general election more political ads are taking a negative turn. Supporters on both sides of the race for Governor are flexing their political advertising muscle, taking shots at each candidate.
Truth Test: Do Oklahoma Governor Candidate Joe Dorman's Ads Pass Or Fail?
Democrat Joe Dorman launched an attack ad, so we put his ad to the Truth Test.
Brain-Eating Amoeba Found In Louisiana Tap Water Treated Same As Tulsa's
Amoeba-laden tap water has killed at least two people in Louisiana, and, it turns out their water is treated the same way Tulsa's water is treated.
Documents Reveal Path Of Potentially Explosive Trains Through Oklahoma
Following a series of 6 Investigates special reports, the State of Oklahoma releases important information about trains moving through Green Country, carrying a potentially explosive type of oil.
Tulsa Motorcyclist Arrested For Eluding, Pot Possession
Tulsa's police helicopter helped track down a motorcyclist who reportedly took off instead of pulling over for the law overnight Tuesday.
Man Killed In Tulsa Neighborhood Shooting
Police say a man has died after getting shot and crashing his car. Police said they are searching for the shooters.
Tulsa Man Connected To Burger King Robbery In Jail For Gun Crimes
An employee of a Tulsa Burger King claimed she was run off the road at gunpoint by a man who stole a bank deposit bag containing $1,000, but police said there is more to the story.
Victim Identified In Murder Near Downtown Tulsa
Tulsa Police have identified the man whose body was found near downtown on Saturday.
Top 8 Financial Worries Of Americans
Money is a huge mental drain -- for one in four Americans, it's the topic they think about most on a daily basis, according to the GOBankingRates 2015 Life + Money Survey. This preoccupation can grow into a significant problem; half of Americans worry about three or more major financial concerns at the same time, according to a Gallup poll.
Two Historic Buildings Imploded In Downtown OKC
The landscape of Oklahoma City's downtown changed forever Sunday as two historic buildings were demolished.
Federal Government Clears Chesapeake Energy In Michigan Case
The federal government has cleared Chesapeake Energy and a competitor of allegations they conspired to keep prices down at a land auction in Michigan.
GE Announces Plan To Partner With Devon Energy
GE Oil & Gas announced it plans to partner with Oklahoma City-based Devon Energy at GE's new Global Research Oil & Gas Technology Center
Fracking Protestors Arrested At Devon Tower In Downtown OKC
As many as 10 protestors have been arrested Friday morning outside Devon Tower. The protestors say they are fighting the company's involvement in toxic tar sands extraction and fracking.
Lawmakers Say Selling Rail Line Hurts Oklahoma
Oklahoma lawmakers are getting behind a plan to stop the sale of a rail line from Tulsa and OKC.
Nichols Hills Plaza, Other Properties Officially Sold
Glimcher Realty and Blanton Properties bought the area previously under contract with Chesapeake Energy.
Kinderhook Industries Acquires GlobalHealth, Inc.
Kinderhook Industries, LLC announced Monday the acquisition of GlobalHealth, Inc., a leading HMO in the state of Oklahoma.
American Airlines Posts $2B Loss In Fourth Quarter
American Airlines reported a $2 billion loss for the fourth quarter because of $2.4 billion in special charges, mostly related to its bankruptcy reorganization and merger with US Airways.
Port Of Catoosa Facility Buys Owasso's Hammco Corporation
A Pennsylvania company which has four plants in the Tulsa area announced Monday it has purchased Hammco Corporation of Owasso.