Title: NEWS ON 6 - News
Site Exposes Webcam Security Weakness
Security experts have a message for Oklahomans with a webcam, baby monitor or home security camera: change your password now.
No Flu Deaths Reported So Far This Season In Oklahoma
The Oklahoma State Department of Health reports two new hospitalizations due to the flu so far this season, but no deaths.
Graco Recalls 4.5 Million Strollers, Cites Defect That Could Amputate Fingers
Graco is recalling 4.5 million strollers in 12 models because it says the folding hinge on the sides of the stroller can pinch, possibly cut or amputate fingers.
Piles Of Broken Mirror Glass Close East Tulsa Intersection
Tulsa Police have re-opened the intersection at 35th and Memorial after several huge panes of commercial mirror glass fell off a truck early Thursday.
Stephens County Authorities Cancel Silver Alert; Missing Woman Found
The Stephens County Sheriff's Office canceled a Silver Alert after a missing woman was found Thursday morning.
Some Tulsa Streets Closed For Williams Route 66 Marathon
The City of Tulsa's Traffic Department began closing down streets in the downtown area early Thursday in preparation for this weekend's Williams Route 66 Marathon.
Truck Driver Involved In Tulsa Hit-And-Run Found Sleeping Nearby
Wednesday, we heard about a hit-and-run in downtown Tulsa so we went to check it, but when we got there we found the accused driver sitting in handcuffs, cracking jokes.
Mono Outbreak Closes Fairfax School
A mono outbreak has shut down the Woodland Public School district in Fairfax until December.
Police: 'Birthday Bag Lady' Shoplifter Caught At Tulsa Mall
A serial shoplifter is in custody after a loss prevention officer recognized her and called police.
Police Kill Man Who Shot Students At Florida State University
Florida State University police fatally shot a gunman at the campus library early Thursday in a shooting that left three students wounded as hundreds studying inside the library fled or took cover in panic.
Man Arrested For Stealing Aquarium From Downtown Tulsa Business
Police arrested a man for stealing an aquarium from a downtown business overnight.
Take This Job: 6 In The Morning Anchors Cleaning & Pressing Shirts At Yale Cleaners
The folks at Yale Cleaners let us go behind the counter where you drop off your dry cleaning. And this time, we got to work as a team.
OHP Identifies Man Killed When Large Crane Crashes West Of Sand Springs
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says Joshua Michael Lundgren, 24, of Catoosa was killed when a 2008 Tadano GT90 crane headed east on Highway 412 crashed Wednesday afternoon.
Tulsa Man Wounded During Officer-Involved Shooting
A Tulsa police officer shot and wounded a man Wednesday night.
Developer Giving Back To Tulsa Building That Gave Him A Home
A local developer who came into the country with almost nothing is now living the American dream in Tulsa. He's helping give new life to the building that changed his.
River Spirit Casino Begins Construction On $365M Expansion
Construction is rolling along on the river as crews are working on a $365 million expansion at River Spirit Casino.
Broken Arrow Dog Recovering After Being Shot Through Front Door
Police said a man showed up at a house, put his hand over the peephole, knocked on the door, and when the homeowner wouldn't open up, he fired hitting a dog.
Newest Microsoft Store Ready For Grand Opening At Woodland Hills
A new place to buy cutting edge technology is opening in Tulsa's Woodland Hills Mall just in time for the holiday shopping season.
Man Wanted For Sex Crimes In Muskogee County Found In Virgin Islands
U.S. marshals and the Eastern Oklahoma Violent Crimes Fugitive Task Force went all the way to the Virgin Islands to arrest a sex offender.
Tulsa Man Pleads Guilty To Murdering Roommate
James High got a 40-year prison sentence as part of a deal that dropped his first degree murder charge to second degree.
Graffiti A Growing Problem In Downtown Tulsa
Graffiti continues to be a problem in downtown Tulsa. On top of what private businesses pay, the city spends more than $100,000 every year to clean it up.
Green Country Father Keeps Son's Legacy Alive By Helping Others
Heart problems can be detected before it's too late, and that's just the point of the Chase Morris Foundation, according to Chase's father, Mike Morris.
News On 6/Reasor's Grocery Giveaway Winner Buys Thanksgiving Hams For Senior Citizens
One lucky News On 6 viewer says winning the $500 is a blessing, but it's one he has decided to share with others this Thanksgiving.
Tulsa Superintendent: 'It Is Not An Option' For Teachers To Refuse Testing
The two first-grade teachers at Skelly Elementary call themselves ?conscientious objectors? on student testing. They said they won't give the tests, but the superintendent says they must.
Tulsa Police Release Photo Of Armed Robbery Suspect
Tulsa Police are looking for a man who robbed a pedestrian at gunpoint earlier this month. They released a surveillance photo and video of the suspect.
Low gas prices to bring out more holiday travelers
The lowest holiday gasoline prices in five years are expected to result in an increased number of Oklahomans traveling for the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
Oklahoma's Cole tapped for US House budget panel
Republican U.S. Rep. Tom Cole is taking over as chairman of a powerful appropriations subcommittee in the U.S. House.
CDC to provide $1.5M to Oklahoma Health Department
The Oklahoma State Department of Health will receive $1.15 million during the next five years to gather data on homicides and suicides in an effort to prevent those deaths.
Hospice owner convicted of Medicare fraud
The owner of a hospice in Chandler has been convicted on 39 felony counts that include Medicare fraud, conspiracy, obstruction of federal audit and making false statements in a health care matter.
News Minute: Here is the latest Oklahoma news from The Associated Press
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says a Catoosa man was killed when the crane he was driving crashed near Sand Springs. Authorities say 24-year-old Joshua Lundgren died in yesterday's crash. The Highway Patrol says Lundgren...
Catoosa man dies when crane crashes after blowout
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says a Catoosa man was killed when the crane he was driving crashed near Sand Springs.
Peanut company to sell Clarksdale operation
Oklahoma-based Texoma Peanut Company says it will sell its peanut drying facility in Clarksdale, Mississippi.
OSU getting EPA recognition for use of green power
Oklahoma State University is being recognized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as a national leader for its use of green power practices and technology.
City's first Startup Day & Expo scheduled Thursday
Fifteen local companies are set to showcase their products during the city's first Startup Day & Expo.
State regents chancellor to outline 2015 goals
Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education Chancellor Glen D. Johnson is expected to present his 2015 legislative agenda later this week.
University tuition increases adopted in California
The University of California voted Thursday to approve tuition increases of as much as 5 percent in each of the next five years unless the state devotes more money to the 10-campus system.
Polls: Employers still prioritize health coverage
By TOM MURPHY and JENNIFER AGIESTA Associated Press Employers squeezed by years of rising medical costs and pressure from the health care overhaul are still making employee health insurance a priority,...
CDC chief drops worst-case Ebola estimate
The government's worst-case scenario forecast for the Ebola epidemic in West Africa won't happen, a U.S. health official said Wednesday.
Ex-coal exec pleads not guilty in W.Va. mine blast
Ex-coal company chief executive Don Blankenship pleaded not guilty Thursday to conspiracy and other charges in the deadliest U.S. mine accident in four decades.
APNewsBreak: Official says FSU gunman was alumnus
A Florida State University alumnus and attorney shot three people at the school's library early Thursday before being killed by police, a law enforcement official told The Associated Press.
St. Louis region prepares for Ferguson decision
The St. Louis region is on edge in anticipation of an announcement from the grand jury that is weighing whether to charge police officer Darren Wilson in the killing of 18-year-old Michael Brown. The August shooting led to...
Roofs collapse under Buffalo snow
Roofs began to creak and collapse under the weight as another storm brought the Buffalo area's three-day snowfall total Thursday to an epic 6 feet or more.
PG&E fined over alleged secret dealings
State regulators Thursday fined Pacific Gas & Electric Co. and required its shareholders to cover as much as $400 million of a gas rate increase because of backroom negotiations between the utility and regulators.
Arizona sues General Motors over delayed recalls
Arizona's attorney general has sued General Motors for failing to recall millions of cars and trucks with safety defects the auto giant did not disclose for years. The lawsuit seeks potentially billions of dollars in...
Give your pet something unexpected over holidays
Pet owners looking to launch the next Internet sensation or just longing for a new view of their dog's dashing and digging won't have to shop for long to find the perfect holiday gift. Wrap up a dog harness that...
Tulsa's Union School Superintendent Visits White House
Tulsa's Union Public School superintendent attended a White House conference Wednesday focusing on helping school districts across the U.S. transition to digital learning.
Two Tulsa Teachers Refusing To Give Standardized Tests
Two first grade teachers in Tulsa are refusing to give more standardized tests and they've gone public with their reason why.
Tulsa Public School Board, Teachers Give Wish List For New Superintendent
Tulsa Public Schools has had more than two dozen applicants for the district's superintendent job. They tell reporter Emory Bryan about their wish list for a candidate.
David Boren Celebrates 20 Years As OU's President
The political world was shocked that he'd give up his Senate seat with two years left on his term, but the man making the move was excited.
New Tulsa Teachers' Contract Offers Slight Raise For Experience
The Tulsa School board is voting on a new teacher contract. It outlines new measures for accountability but does not include a pay raise beyond the slight increase for another year of experience.
Muskogee Public Schools Develop New Bed Bug Policy
All 14 school principals in the Muskogee school district met at headquarters to talk about a new bed bug protocol and how to respond if they have any future incidents.
TU Engineering Department Helps Develop New Ford F-150
If you plan on hitting the road in one of the new 2015 Ford F-150s, you can thank the Engineering Department at The University of Tulsa.
ORU Opens New International Student Center
This semester alone Oral Roberts University admitted students from over 80 countries. Now there is an International Center called a "small global village."
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 Police Arrest Men After Two Women Are Hospitalized With Stab Wounds
TPD Sgt. Dave Walker said Brian Stanberry and Brian Daney are in custody on aggravated battery complaints. Two women are in the hospital after a fight that ended in stabbings.
Vehicle Hits Tulsa Home Then Drives Away
Police are searching for the vehicle that crashed into a Tulsa home early Wednesday, backed out and drove away.
Police Recover Stolen Car After Shoplifting Incident At Tulsa Walmart
Tulsa Police officers recovered a stolen car after a shoplifting incident at a Walmart store at Admiral and Memorial late Tuesday.
Owasso Man Arrested For Stalking Rape Victim
An Owasso man is in the Tulsa County jail after his arrest for stalking a Rogers County victim he was convicted of raping in 2011.
Victim Helps Tulsa Police Track Down Alleged QuikTrip Robber
Tulsa Police are giving a big pat on the back to a man who was robbed at work. Robbery detectives tell us the victim basically solved his own case and now a suspect is sitting in jail.
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.