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Miranda Lambert Concert Will Go On Saturday Night In Tulsa
Despite the winter weather, the show must go on! Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for Miranda Lambert's Certified Platinum tour.
Tulsa Crews Work To Clear City Streets
The City of Tulsa reports that crews will be working through the night to clear city streets.
Access To Police Videos Prompts Open Records Clash
Public and media access to police footage from cameras worn by officers or in their patrol cars is leading to a clash over Oklahoma's Open Records Act.
Winter Storm Warning Issued For NE Oklahoma
The National Weather Service issued a Winter Storm Warning for most of northeast Oklahoma.
Car Hauler Overturns On Interstate 44 Near Sapulpa
A car hauler overturned Saturday morning at the merger of Interstate 44 and Interstate 244 near Sapulpa.
Pawhuska Bull Riding Event Postponed Due To Winter Weather
A Pawhuska bull-riding event honoring Clarence Brantley has been postponed due to winter weather.
EMSA Responds To Dozens Of Wrecks On Slick Streets Around Tulsa
Between midnight to 5:30 p.m. on Friday, EMSA says it has responded to many winter weather-related calls.
Turnpike Authority, ODOT Give Road Conditions Updates
News On 6 has been in contact with the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority and the Oklahoma Department of Transportation for a road conditions update.
News On 6 Viewers Share Winter Snow Photos
Six in the Morning is asking viewers to share pics on Twitter and Facebook. Use the hashtag #snowpics6 and you may see your photo on air or on NewsOn6.com.
Disabled Car Causes 4-Vehicle Tulsa Crash
Tulsa Police responded to a four-vehicle crash around 7 a.m. It happened between 31st and 41st on northbound Highway 169.
Propane Truck Rolls On Snowy Osage County Highway
A propane truck has flipped on Highway 20 off Old Prue Road in Osage County, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol said.
Tulsa Police Arrest 2 For Stealing From Elderly At Assisted Living Centers
The people detectives say are responsible for stealing jewelry, credit cards and other personal items from people who live in an assisted living center are now at the Tulsa County Jail.
Pawhuska Bullriding Event To Honor Rancher Who Died After Lung Cancer Battle
Snow or shine, bulls will be bucking this weekend in Osage County. And Saturday night is about more than just the bulls and the riders.
Logan Co. Deputies Look For Missing Newborn Tested Positive For Meth
Logan County Sheriff's deputies are looking for a woman and her newborn child, who went missing after the baby tested positive for methamphetamine at a hospital.
Voters In NE Oklahoma Head To Polls Tuesday
Voters across northeast Oklahoma will decide a wide variety of issues on Tuesday.
Slick And Hazardous Conditions Reported Across Oklahoma
According to the Oklahoma Department of Transportation, slick and hazardous highway conditions have been reported statewide.
Four-Vehicle Crash Slows Traffic On U.S. 75
Two cars and two trucks collided on U.S. 75 near County Road 3000 near Ochelata.
Cattle, Horses Seized From Muskogee Rancher Ordered Sold
The Muskogee County DA's office says a judge has ordered all cattle and horses seized from Dan McWilliams' ranch be sold at either the Tulsa or Tahlequah stock yards.
Oklahoma Education Board OKs Sugary Snack Sales In Schools
Oklahoma education officials say students can continue to sell snack foods in schools despite concerns that the fundraisers contribute to health problems.
Star Trek's Leonard Nimoy Dead At 83
Actor Leonard Nimoy, best known as Star Trek's Mr. Spock, died Friday of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease at age 83.
Miranda Lambert's MuttNation Holds Adoption Event Before Tulsa Concert
MuttNation Foundation's Road Show will host an animal adoption event in Tulsa before the Miranda Lambert concert Saturday, February 28.
Corps Of Engineers Closes Two Boat Ramps On West Side Of Skiatook Lake
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is closing two boat ramps and adding new buoys on the west side of Skiatook Lake in Osage County.
Anti-Islamic Protesters Shout At Muslims At Oklahoma Capitol
Oklahoma Muslims coming to the state Capitol to learn more about their government are being met by about two dozen anti-Islamic protesters.
Authorities: 8 Shot To Death, Including Gunman, In Missouri
A gunman killed seven people and wounded an eighth person in an overnight house-to-house rampage in a small Missouri town before apparently committing suicide in a vehicle, authorities said Friday.
Access to police videos prompts Open Records clash
Public and media access to police footage from cameras worn by officers or in their patrol cars is leading to a clash over Oklahoma's Open Records Act.
Oklahoma governor gets new appointment powers under bill
A bill that would give Oklahoma's governor sweeping new power to appoint the heads of 10 different state entities is scheduled for a vote in a Senate committee.
News Minute: Here is the latest Oklahoma news from The Associated Press
Construction is set to start on a $77 million project to widen Interstate 35 through Norman to six lanes. The Oklahoman reports that the project, which should be completed in two years or less, will begin Monday....
Seattle sending elephants to Oklahoma City Zoo
Like the Supersonics, Seattle's two remaining elephants are being relocated to Oklahoma City.
Construction set to begin on I-35 widening in Norman
Construction is set to start on a $77 million project to widen Interstate 35 through Norman to six lanes.
Osage Nation planning for sovereignty celebration events
Tribal members are preparing for the Osage Nation's Sovereignty Day, which is celebrated annually on March 11 to recognize the ratification of the Constitution of the Osage Nation.
US 75 north of Dallas closes during snowy weather, accidents
A Texas snowstorm has closed schools, snarled traffic and forced a main highway to Oklahoma to shut down after dozens of vehicles slipped off the road.
Snow expected to move across parts of Oklahoma, Arkansas
The National Weather Service says the light snow that began falling in northeastern Oklahoma Friday should make its way into parts of western Arkansas by evening.
Native American tribes converge to discuss pot legalization
Tribal representatives from around the country are converging in Washington state to discuss the risks and rewards of marijuana legalization.
BIA's Indian Child Welfare Act guideline revision applauded
Cherokee Nation leaders are lauding a guideline revision that could have impacted a bitter custody case in 2013.
Dallas-area ice forces cancellation of nearly 1,000 flights
Freezing rain that coated parts of Texas and Oklahoma for the second consecutive day left highways slick and forced the cancellation of another 1,000 flights Saturday at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, one of the...
NASA approves Sunday spacewalk despite water leak in helmet
American astronauts will venture back out for a spacewalk this weekend, despite a helmet water leak on their previous trip outside the International Space Station.
Crop herbicides play a role in shrinking monarch population
A butterfly being considered for federal protection is emblematic of the plight that pollinating insects face in part because farmers, enticed by ethanol mandates, are growing more herbicide-resistant crops, which has...
Churches, synagogues, mosques bear tough New England winter
Religious leaders in snowbound New England are beginning to ask themselves how on Earth their houses of worship will make ends meet after all these acts of God.
Wesleyan overdoses happened as school stepped up efforts
As drug overdoses left two Wesleyan students fighting for their lives, witnesses helped investigators quickly identify the suspects: The drug-dealing was an open secret, according to court documents, even as the university...
Marathon bombing trial stays in Boston, federal panel says
Publicity hasn't jeopardized Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's right to an impartial jury, a federal appeals panel says, and opening statements can proceed next week as scheduled in the city where...
If Supreme Court says no, they'd lose health insurance help
Millions of Americans have a big personal stake in next Wednesday's Supreme Court challenge to the nation's health care law: Can they legally continue to get subsidies to help pay for their insurance? If the court...
Heat blamed for spray vaccine's failure against swine flu
The makers of the nasal spray version of the flu vaccine say now they know why it has failed to protect young U.S. children against swine flu - fragile doses got too warm.
Panel: Use new meningitis vaccines only for outbreaks
A federal panel on Thursday recommended that two new meningitis vaccines only be used for rare outbreaks, resisting tearful pleas to give it routinely to teens and college students.
Black Madam: Amber Rose hired me to plump her posterior
A Gothic hip-hop artist charged with killing a London break dancer with an illegal buttocks injection name-dropped her way through testimony Friday, saying one of the celebrities who sought her out became "a walking...
Citizens For Better Education Urge Multi-Million Dollar School Bond For TPS
You may start seeing political ads you're not used to seeing. The commercials are for Tulsa Public Schools and the district's upcoming school bond, which is one of the largest in state history.
TPS To Offer Spanish Interpreter At Board Meetings
Tulsa Public Schools said it's serving a growing Spanish-speaking population and will start offering an interpreter at board meetings.
Increased Enrollment Has BA School Leaders Discussing Later Start Time
B.A. school leaders want to change school start times next year to accommodate bus scheduling. They said growth in enrollment is prompting the decision.
Bill Aims To Physically Protect Oklahoma Educators
From teaching to breaking up fights, some educators run the risk of getting the book thrown at them.
Green Country Students Spend Snow Day At Park
Most districts around Tulsa decided close Tuesday, but most of the snow disappeared overnight, leading to questions about whether the decision was made too early.
Many Tulsa Area School Districts Decide To Cancel Classes
Most Tulsa area school districts canceled classes Tuesday and that has some asking why the districts decided to close.
Slippery Rural Routes Lead To School Closure For Keystone Schools
The superintendent of Keystone Schools near Sand Springs also made the decision to cancel class Tuesday, mainly due to a hill that leads to the campus.
Oklahoma College Teaches Course On 'Latest Aviation Trend'
Drones are becoming more prominent in the aeronautics industry and a Tulsa College is set to offer a new course to meet the demand.
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.
Tahlequah Police Make Arrest After Home Invasion Shooting
Police say they have made an arrest after Tahlequah man was shot during a home invasion in Cherokee County late Thursday.
Police: Man Pistol Whipped During Assault Outside Tulsa Laundromat
Tulsa Police are investigating after a man was injured outside a laundromat at Pine and Sheridan early Friday.
Former Basketball Player Sues Legends Dance Hall After Alleged Attack By Bouncers
Michael Sanchez says the bouncers at Legends Dance Hall assaulted him in an unprovoked attack last fall and it was caught on tape.
Jury Finds Noyola Guilty In OKC Baseball Bat Brawl Murder
A jury started deliberating Thursday morning in the trial of a man who was killed after being hit in the head with a baseball bat during a brawl at an Oklahoma City ballpark last April.
Ft. Gibson Police Arrest 5 For Breaking Into National Cemetery
Five people are behind bars after police said they broke into the National Cemetery in Fort Gibson. Police said they could face federal charges.
Police Arrest Tulsa Man After Police Pursuit Near Union High School
Tulsa Police arrested a man Wednesday evening they believe was responsible for stealing a car and leading police on a chase near Union High School earlier in the day.
Owasso Police Suspect Teens Responsible For Patrol Car Vandalism
Police said vandals targeted officer patrol units and private vehicles in Owasso. They said whoever did it, didn't try hard to fly under the radar.
Two Arrested In Connection To Thefts On Grand Lake Yachts
Two men have been arrested in connected with thefts from yachts on Grand Lake.
Teen With Special Needs Nearly Beaten To Death At Del City HS
A special needs teenager was nearly beaten to death inside Del City High School, and the accused attackers were a father and son.
Police: Bartlesville Man Arrested For Beating, Choking His Wife
A 33-year-old Bartlesville man remains free on a $100,000 bond following his arrest on February 20, 2015 for allegedly assaulting and choking his wife during a fight.
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
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.
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.
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.
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.
American Airlines Employees Favor The Tail Flag Design
After a company-wide vote with 60,148 votes cast, the airline announced Thursday, the majority are in favor of keeping the redesigned tail flag.
Macy's To Build Order Fulfillment Center In Owasso
Macy's will build a massive order fulfillment center on the west side of Owasso, bringing 1,500 full and part-time jobs to the area.