Title: NEWS ON 6 - News
Proposed FDA E-Cig Regulations Could Have Impact On Oklahoma Economy
Proposed regulations may not make e-cigs safer, but could, instead, cost vapor stores thousands of dollars and maybe their business.
TSA: Loaded Guns Found In Carry-On Luggage At Tulsa And OKC Airports
The Transportation Security Administration says it found loaded guns inside passenger carry-on luggage at Tulsa International Airport and OKC's Will Rogers World Airport this week.
Pets Being Passed Off As Service Animals A Growing Problem In Oklahoma
A Pryor woman says a pit bull, passed off as service animal, was aggressive toward her inside a local store; but a law prevented anyone from questioning the owner.
Broken Lock Leads To Near Drowning Of Tulsa Girl
Neighbors raced to save a little girl at the bottom of a Tulsa pool Tuesday evening and discovered a mystery about a missing lock meant to keep kids like her safe.
Rain And Cooler Temps Forecast For Eastern Oklahoma
Rain and cooler temperatures are on tap for eastern Oklahoma Wednesday.
Tulsa Police: Intoxicated Man Arrested After Crash Injures His Two Children
Police arrested a man whose car crashed into an electrical pole Tuesday night, injuring two young children riding with him.
Oklahoma State University Suspends Fraternity For Two Years
A fraternity at Oklahoma State University has been suspended for two years for violating the college's policies regarding alcohol and hazing.
Now Separated, Conjoined Twins Go Home, Require Constant Care
Their amazing story has made headlines around the world. Emmett and Owen Ezell, the once conjoined twins, whose parents lived in Guthrie, are now back home after spending the first year of their lives in a hospital.
Small Fish Stops Work On Ottawa County Bridge Project
Work on a $5.8 million bridge project in Ottawa County has been stopped after federal officials told the county aconstruction method could harm an endangered catfish species.
Academy Sports Gives Shopping Spree To Boys And Girls Club Kids
Academy Sports treated 30 children from the Boys and Girls Club of Metro Tulsa to a back-to-school shopping spree.
Tulsa Criminals Use Kiosks To Sell What They Steal
A company called ecoATM has two buy-back kiosks in Tulsa, one at Woodland Hills Mall and one at Promenade. They are automated machines that pay money for cell phones and tablets.
Rogers County Couple Facing Child Endangerment Charges
The arrest report shows Brian Campbell and Jennifer McMaken admitted to troopers they had smoked K2 before the wreck.
Oklahoma Lawmakers Celebrate Success Of Mentor Program
A group of state and city lawmakers are celebrating the success of a mentoring initiative. The Entrepreneur Shadow Program is launching into its second year.
Markwayne Mullin Named As One Of D.C.'s Beautiful People
The Republican representing Oklahoma's 2nd Congressional District has been selected one of "The Hill's 50 Most Beautiful."
Broken Arrow Safari Sanctuary Charging For Pool Parties With Alligators
Safari's Sanctuary brings all kinds of animals to events and parties, even a caiman and alligator.But, is it safe and legal?
Tulsa Business Owners Offering Reward In Arson
Tulsa Fire Department - and the owners of Building Specialties of Tulsa - want to catch whoever set the business on fire earlier this month.
JJ Cale, Other Tulsa Sound Musicians To Join Oklahoma Music Hall Of Fame
Several Tulsa-based musicians including J.J. Cale and Elvin Bishop will be inducted into the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame in November.
Seven Injured In Crash At Skiatook Lake In Osage County
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says seven people were injured in a crash at the Osage Park Recreation Area on Skiatook Lake early Tuesday.
Owasso Police Searching For Walgreens Robber
Owasso police are looking for a man who robbed a Walgreens Pharmacy Monday afternoon.
North Tulsa Grocery Store Closes Doors Early
Getting groceries is now a concern for people who live in north Tulsa. Gateway Market, the only supermarket for miles in that area, closed its doors for good Monday.
Veterinarian: Oklahoma Pets And Owners Hit Hard By Allergies
If your pet's non-stop itching is waking you up at night you're not alone. Veterinarians across eastern Oklahoma are saying this is the worst season for pet allergies in recent memory.
Investigation Continues Into Wreck That Killed Tulsa Woman
Tulsa Police continue their investigation into the death of Taylor Witcher, a 20-year-old woman who died after a multi-vehicle crash early Sunday.
Reward Offered For Adair County Man In Father-In-Law's Murder
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation says a $5,000 reward is offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of James Douglas Manken.
Flash flood watch issued as storms hit Oklahoma
Much of Oklahoma is under a flash flood watch as widespread storms are expected to bring up to 4 inches of rain to some areas through Thursday morning.
News Minute: Here is the latest Oklahoma news from The Associated Press
An Oklahoma woman charged in the 1992 deaths of two women and a girl, whose bodies were dumped in a hole dug for a septic tank, is set to be arraigned. Earlier this month, a judge found there was enough evidence to bind...
Police: Copper wire thieves dim Oklahoma City
Oklahoma City police say they're investigating the largest copper wire heist that's ever happened in the city.
Trial continues in case over Oklahoma City bombing
A Utah man is set to bring at least four witnesses to the stand Wednesday in his quest to persuade a federal judge that the FBI has not adequately searched for security-camera videos from the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing.
Police: Oklahoma teen shot in face over drug deal
Lawton police are holding four juveniles in connection to a teenager who was shot in the face.
Chickasaw Nation to debut new documentary
The Chickasaw Nation is set to debut the first of a series of documentaries about the tribe.
Arraignment set for woman accused in cold case
An arraignment is scheduled for a northeast Oklahoma woman charged in the 1992 deaths of two women and a girl, whose bodies were dumped in a hole dug for a septic tank.
EPA awards nearly $132k for groundwater protection
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has awarded the Oklahoma Corporation Commission nearly $132,000 to ensure continued protection of groundwater in Oklahoma.
Oklahoma Arts Council receives $140k grant
The Oklahoma Arts Council has been awarded a $140,000 grant from the Oklahoma State Board of Education to make arts programs possible at alternative education sites across the state.
This Hour: Latest Oklahoma news, sports, business and entertainment
A Utah lawyer suing the FBI over his public records request for surveillance videos from the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing says one of his witnesses backed out after being visited by government officials last week.
2 women survive ordeal along Indiana rail bridge
A video camera captured the terrifying plight of two women who became trapped on an 80-foot-high railroad bridge in Indiana when a freight train surprised them as they walked along the tracks.
US economy grew at strong 4 percent rate in spring
After a dismal winter, the U.S. economy sprang back to life in the April-June quarter, growing at a fast 4 percent annual rate on the strength of higher consumer and business spending.
UCLA wades through damages from pipe flooding
The quiet summer campus of UCLA suddenly was steeped in water and chaos after a major water pipe burst and spewed some 8 million gallons, stranding people in parking garages and flooding the school's storied basketball...
APNewsBreak: Ventura passage to be cut from book
Publisher HarperCollins says it will remove a passage from best-seller "American Sniper" that sparked former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura's defamation lawsuit against book author Chris Kyle.
Heavy rains flood roads, strand cars in Colorado
Northern Colorado got the brunt of heavy rains that flooded streets and stranded drivers up and down the Front Range.
Progress reported on 2 California wildfires
Fire crews have gained ground on two of the largest wildfires in California, lifting evacuation orders for about half the homes in the path of a blaze in Yosemite National Park and redeploying firefighters battling another...
Police: Boy, 8, shot and killed in Detroit
An 8-year-old boy who was lying in bed early Wednesday died after a bullet fired from outside went through a home's wall and hit him, Detroit police said.
As Fed meets, key issues likely to stay unanswered
The Federal Reserve will likely end a policy meeting Wednesday with a lot of questions unanswered:
Ticket me Elmo? NYC mulls law for impersonators
New York City officials are turning up the heat on Elmo, Cookie Monster and Statue of Liberty impersonators - Times Square costumed characters who often demand money for posing in photos with tourists.
Ex-governor's corruption trial focuses on marriage
When former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, were indicted on corruption charges in January, the couple stood together at a hastily called news conference to denounce the charges.
TPS Rushes To Complete Construction Before Classes Begin
With summer break about to end, Tulsa Public Schools is rushing to finish up work on school buildings.
Tulsa Public Schools Hopes To Fill Positions At Upcoming Job Fair
Before the new school year begins, Tulsa Public Schools needs to fill 120 open jobs, and the clock is ticking.
Walmart Rebate Helps Teachers Stretch Their Dollar
Teachers are stocking up for their classroom, and this year, a special deal might help them save. For the next week, a 10 percent rebateis being offered by Walmart.
TPS: Summer Reading Program Ends With Disappointing Results
TPS offered free summer school to students, but only about half of the failing students took advantage. At the end of the session, 470 students were tested a second time, but only four passed.
Oklahoma Board Votes Again To Delay Standards Plan
The State Board of Education has again voted to delay a formal plan for adopting new education standards in math and English amid opposition to the proposal by three education groups that represent public school boards and administrators from across Oklahoma.
EPA Awards TU Grant To Study Indoor Air Quality For Tribal Schools
The University of Tulsa will be working with the Environmental Protection Agency on seeking new ways to protect tribal communities.
TPS Reopening Closed School With New Twist
Tulsa Public Schools is reopening the Mayo School building as a neighborhood school with a twist, with elementary through 8th grade in one building.
TU Law Students Have Chance To Help Children At Fort Sill
Eight students and four lawyers from the University of Tulsa will participate in a semester-long program to be the legal representatives for the children and they're doing it for free.
Oklahoma State PTA Poised To Take School Testing To Task
The biggest parents group in education wants to see changes in state testing, and it's planning to use its political influence to make it happen.
6 Investigates: Creek County Water Contamination Issues Ongoing For Years
And it's not just Creek County District 1 and 2, it?s Districts 3 and 4 also, and a long list of other water suppliers throughout Oklahoma.
Oklahoma Possibly Reversing Course Regarding Railroad Confidentiality Agreements
The state appears to be reversing course regarding confidentiality agreements with railroads.
State Keeps Crude Oil Shipment Information From Public
Months ago 6 Investigates told us about trains moving through Green Country, carrying potentially explosive type of crude oil. Feds have gotten involved, changing regulations, to prevent derailments.
Records Show Tulsa Sexual Assault Suspect No Stranger To Crimes Against Women
The man police identified as a suspect in seven of the eight sexual assaults in Tulsa was actually just released from prison in April, and the crimes he committed also involved women.
'Dark Money Groups' Spending More Money On Ads Than Oklahoma Candidates
As Oklahomans prepare to cast their votes for a new U.S. Senator, replacing Tom Coburn, so-called dark money groups hope they are influencing your decision.
Oklahoma City-Based Telecom Owner, Associate Indicted On Federal Charges
An Edmond man has been charged in federal court in Oklahoma City with money laundering for transferring over $20 million from his Oklahoma cell phone company's account to a personal account.
6 Investigates Green Country Splash Pads
They're called splash pads or water playgrounds and they're going up everywhere, replacing public pools as a more budget-friendly alternative. But splash pads can be incubators for disease with several outbreaks documented in other states.
First Responders Call Rogers County 911 Call Center '$2 Million Failure'
The 911 center has been built, but it's nothing like first responders imagined, some even label it a $2 million failure.
Shipments Of Hazardous Material On Rails Up 440 Percent
On Tuesday, the chair of the National Transportation Safety Board said the increase of that crude oil, plus ethanol and other hazardous chemicals, currently shipped on rail lines is alarming.
Tulsa Memory Care Facility Failed To Report Sexual Assault Claims To Police
In December, an 84-year-old Alzheimer' patient reported a disturbing incident at Autumn Leaves Memory Care Center in south Tulsa. She told her sister a male nurse sexually assaulted her.
Elderly Tahlequah Woman Shot To Death; Person Of Interest Commits Suicide
Police conducting a welfare check found the body of 71-year-old Beverly Marshall inside her home. She had been shot four times.
Man, Convicted Of Murder After Reliable Pharmacy Robbery, Arrested Again
A man, who was convicted of murder in the high-profile pharmacy shooting involving Jerome Ersland, is in trouble with the law again.
Police Search For Man In Connection With Tulsa Shooting
Tulsa homicide detectives are looking for a man they believe is connected to a shooting at a home Sunday afternoon.
Tulsa Police Investigate Little Caesar's Pizza Robbery
Tulsa Police hope the public can help with the investigation of an armed robbery at a Tulsa pizza restaurant Sunday, July 20, 2014.
Tulsa Youthful Offender Wanted For Robbery
Tony D. Jones, 17, is wanted for first degree robbery, according to the Tulsa Police Department.
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.