Title: NEWS ON 6 - News
Hidden In Plain Sight, Tahlequah Police Cars Get Ghostly Paint Job
Tahlequah police are patrolling this year's Halloween with new reflective markings on their cars. The ghost graphics blend in with the patrol cars until headlights hit them.
Staying Warm A Tough Trick For Oklahoma's Trick-Or-Treaters
This year's Halloweens was one of the coldest we've had in a while, but there were still many children out trick-or-treating and braving the cold temperature.
Patient Tests Positive For Malaria, THD Waiting For Ebola Test Results
A patient was taken to OSU Medical Center in Tulsa Thursday night with one symptom of Ebola. They tested positive for Malaria, but Ebola has not been ruled out.
Local Nonprofit Providing Care To Countries Suffering From Malaria
A local nonprofit group said the same countries battling the Ebola epidemic have been suffering for years with widespread Malaria outbreaks.
Woman Treats Herself To Tulsa Family's Package With Kids Halloween Costumes
A woman stole a package from a family who lives near 71st and Yale. The mean trick almost ruined Halloween for the children in the home.
12 Recruits Graduate From Tulsa Police Academy
The Tulsa Police Department has 12 new officers on the force. The recruits graduated Friday morning after completing 27 weeks of training.
Two Arrested For Making Meth In Oklahoma State Park
The discovery in a state park shows meth cooks are willing to mix up the potentially dangerous ingredients just about anywhere.
No Deal Between City And Tulsa County Over Jail Fees, Negotiations Continue
Negotiators for the City of Tulsa and Tulsa County haven't reached an agreement over booking fees, but they say they're making progress.
One Dead, One Hurt When Virgin Galactic Rocket Explodes
A Virgin Galactic space tourism rocket, the SpaceShipTwo, exploded and crashed Friday during a test flight, killing one person aboard and seriously injuring another
Judge Denies Kevin Sweat's Appeal To Withdraw Guilty Plea In Weleetka Murders
In July, Kevin Sweat entered a blind plea to three murders. He was sentenced last week. He took the stand today in an appeal to withdraw his plea, saying his attorneys didn't properly represent him.
City Of Tulsa Cleaning House At Surplus Auction
The City of Tulsa is cleaning house and giving people a chance to get some unusual items at its surplus auction Saturday.
Owasso Police Seeking Armed Robber
Officers responded to a call just before noon on Friday at the Affordable Wireless at 7703 North Owasso Expressway.
Feds To Monitor Election Day Complaints In Oklahoma
The U.S. Attorney's office for the Northern District of Oklahoma says they will have a federal prosecutor on duty election day, November 4, 2014 to respond to complaints of election fraud and voting rights violations.
Reproductive-Rights Group Asks Court To Block Oklahoma Law
Attorneys for a Norman abortion provider say he'll have to close his practice next week unless the Oklahoma Supreme Court blocks a law that takes effect Saturday.
National Weather Service Issues Freeze Warning For Northeast Oklahoma
Temperatures across northeastern Oklahoma are expected to plummet below freezing late Friday.
Tulsa Police: Driver Crashes Into Light Pole During Argument With Passenger
Two people were taken to the Tulsa County jail after a car they were in crashed on Highway 75 near 61st Street South late Thursday.
Patient In Isolation At Tulsa Hospital Tests Positive For Malaria
The Oklahoma State Department of Health and Tulsa Health Department report that a patient being treated at the OSU Medical Center in Tulsa has tested positive for malaria.
Broken Arrow Police Seek Man Who Stole Drugs From CVS Store
Broken Arrow Police are hoping someone can identify a man who robbed a local drug store on October 4, 2014.
EXCLUSIVE POLL: Hofmeister, Cox In Dead Heat For State Superintendent
It's down to the wire in Campaign 2014 and our new, exclusive News On 6 poll shows the race for state school superintendent is neck and neck.
EXCLUSIVE POLL: Republicans Lead In Both U.S. Senate Races
A News On 6/News 9 poll shows Republicans with a commanding lead to claim both of Oklahoma's seats in the U.S. Senate.
EXCLUSIVE POLL: Fallin Leading Governor's Race, Lead Slipping
With only days to go, Governor Mary Fallin's lead to keep her job is slipping, according to new numbers from our exclusive poll.
Patient In Isolation At Tulsa Hospital Screened For Ebola
A hospital spokesman says when the unidentified patient was admitted to OSU Medical Center Thursday evening, the patient did not have any contact with other patients at the hospital.
Prosecutor To Seek Death Penalty For Eric Frein In Pennsylvania Trooper's Killing
Prosecutors plan to seek the death penalty for Eric Frein, the man who evaded capture for more than six weeks after allegedly killing a Pennsylvania state trooper and wounding another.
Company Copying Keys Could Be New Tool For Tulsa Criminals
Technology is unlocking a high-tech way for criminals to get into your home. It allows you to take a picture of a key then get an actual copy mailed to you in a matter of days.
Tulsa Woman Claiming To Cure Cancer Charged With Fraud
A Tulsa woman is charged with 41 counts in connection with the cancer treatment clinics she ran in Owasso and Broken Arrow.
Owners Of Historic School, Winery Aim To Preserve History
The new owners of the Tidewater Winery want to preserve its history as well as market eight new wines under the Tidewater label.
News Minute: Here is the latest Oklahoma news from The Associated Press
Laws to expand gun rights, help combat domestic violence and expand the punishment for human trafficking in Oklahoma are about to go into effect this weekend. They are among about 250 laws approved by the Oklahoma...
Physicians' group wants Oklahoma justices ousted
The medical association that represents Oklahoma physicians is calling for the ouster of all three members of the Oklahoma Supreme Court who are on this year's general election ballot.
Oklahoma health officials creating Ebola unit
Oklahoma health officials say they are developing a specialized unit to treat patients who may be diagnosed with the Ebola virus.
Oklahoma dental clinics reach Medicaid settlement
The operator of some Oklahoma dental clinics has agreed to pay more than $5 million to settle allegations that it submitted false Medicaid claims.
Gun rights, domestic violence laws go into effect
Laws to expand gun rights, help combat domestic violence and expand the punishment for human trafficking in Oklahoma are about to go into effect.
Convicted killer denied request to withdraw plea
An Okfuskee County judge has denied convicted killer Kevin Sweat's request to withdraw his guilty plea in the deaths of two girls and his fiancee.
Police: Oklahoma officers fatally shoot man
Oklahoma City Police say two officers have fatally shot an armed man after a chase.
Tulsa patient tests positive for malaria
Oklahoma health officials say a person who fell ill after recently visiting west Africa has tested positive for malaria.
Reproductive-rights group asks court to block law
A New York-based reproductive rights group is asking the Oklahoma Supreme Court to block a law that would require abortion providers to have a physician with admitting privileges at a nearby hospital present when abortions...
OSU announces plans for new performing arts center
Oklahoma State University has announced plans for a new $60 million performing arts center to be built on campus.
88-year-old Missouri man charged with killing wife
Police say an 88-year-old central Missouri man accused of fatally stabbing his 86-year-old wife told investigators he didn't want the couple to be a burden on their family.
Sharpton calls for federal prosecution in Ferguson
With a grand jury decision and a local election looming, the Rev. Al Sharpton returned to St. Louis on Friday to renew calls for the federal prosecution of a white police officer who shot and killed a black 18-year-old in...
Spacecraft for tourists explodes on test flight
A winged spaceship designed to take tourists on excursions beyond Earth's atmosphere exploded during a test flight Friday over the Mojave Desert, killing a pilot in the second fiery setback for commercial space travel...
Superheroes, hazmat suits in NY Halloween parade
Bloody zombies lumbered alongside superheroes, cowboys shared the road with villains and marchers in hazardous-materials garb evoked the Ebola crisis as the Greenwich Village Halloween Parade made its freewheeling way...
Hospital: Girl, 14, dies after school shooting
One of the teenagers wounded in a Washington state high school shooting died Friday, raising to four the number of fatalities from the moment when a student opened fire in a cafeteria a week ago.
Mexico orders immediate release of Marine veteran
A Mexican judge on Friday ordered the immediate release of a jailed U.S. Marine veteran who spent eight months behind bars for crossing the border with loaded guns.
Space tourism rocket crash stirs mixed emotions
By SETH BORENSTEIN and SUSAN MONTOYA BRYAN Associated Press The explosion of Virgin Galactic's passenger rocket ship is stirring up mixed emotions as scientists and others involved in the space...
Orange fever reigns over drizzly Giants' parade
San Francisco became the Valley of the Giants for the third time in five years Friday as hundreds of thousands of people lined the streets for a confetti and rain-soaked parade honoring the World Series champions.
Ohio man held in North Korea hoped to aid church
An American who is back home after being detained for nearly six months in North Korea said Friday that he left a Bible in a nightclub hoping it would get into the hands of what he called the country's underground...
A look at people killed during space missions
Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo accident proved what astronauts and their families know too well: Space can be deadly.
OSU Engineers Investing In Future Of Drone Industry
Engineers at OSU are taking flight to support Oklahoma's economy. They hope that one day drones could be used to save people lives.
Tipline Allows Oklahoma Students To Report Suspicious Behavior
Oklahoma now has a way for students to report something they see or hear that they think could lead to violence, like a school shooting.
OSU Chemistry Professor Wins Grant For Research
A chemistry professor at Oklahoma State University has received a $443,000 grant to study how the analysis of paint samples can help criminal investigators track down vehicles in their cases.
State Superintendent Candidates More Critical Of Each Other At Recent Debate
In one of the last debates of the campaign, the candidates were far more critical of each other than they have been before.
Local Country Music Legend Visits School Named In His Honor
One of Oklahoma's own legendary country music stars, Roy Clark, attended the Junior Achievement of Oklahoma's BizTown at Roy Clark Elementary.
Henryetta Teacher Receives $2,500 Education Grant
Denae Green teaches third grade at Henryetta Elementary. Tuesday she received a $2,500 grant from Farmers to use toward an interactive reading program.
Keeping Those In Need Warm, Skiatook Students Start 'Socktober'
Some of the Skiatook fourth and fifth graders in declared this month Socktober in order to bring a little warmth to people who need it.
Forum Set For Future Of Former Tulsa Public School Building
Tulsa Public Schools will hold a community forum Tuesday evening to decide what to do with the now vacant Mayo Demonstration Academy building.
TU Names New VP, Dean Of College Of Health Sciences
The University of Tulsa has selected Dr. Gerard Clancy as vice president and dean of the new College of Health Sciences.
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.
OHP Trooper Discusses Maneuver That Ended Tulsa Chase Safely
In an exclusive interview with News On 6, OHP Trooper Lt. Buddy Lambert described what it was like behind the wheel of his patrol vehicle.
Judge Dismisses Case Of Owasso Man Accused Of Shooting Man 6 Times
A judge dismissed the case against an Owasso man accused of shooting with intent to kill.
Stillwater Police Identify Suspect, Victim In Homicide
Police have identified a suspect accused of killing a man at an apartment in Stillwater, Oklahoma, Wednesday afternoon.
New Law Makes It Easier For Oklahoma To Confiscate Drunk Drivers' Vehicles
A new law in Oklahoma makes it easier for prosecutors to confiscate cars that belong to drunk drivers.
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.