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Police Give Helpful Tips To Keep Your Car Safe At Tulsa State Fair
Deputies say avoiding problems begins before you park; they say to make sure your car is locked and your belongings are hidden because thieves could target your car.
Oklahoma Man Perfecting Process To Healthy Beer
Most of us don't think of beer when we think healthy, but that could change with a Tulsa man's invention.
Muskogee PD Issues Suspensions Following Pepper-Spray Incident
The Muskogee Police Department has handed down three suspensions to its officers following the pepper-spraying of an 84-year-old woman.
Folds Of Honor Breaks Ground On New Clubhouse; Receives $1M Donation
Folds of Honor received a $1 million donation and broke ground on a 20,000 square foot clubhouse extension for the Patriot Golf club.
Art Teachers Meet At ORU For OK Art Educators Conference
Roles reversed Friday afternoon as art teachers became students to learn different art techniques.
Three Oklahoma Schools Honored With National Award
The Federal Department of Education named Booker T. Washington as a 2016 National Blue Ribbon school.
Tulsa Police Arrest Man Connected To Home Invasion
Tulsa police arrested a man overnight in connection with a February home invasion robbery.
OK Co. Sheriff's Office Searching For Missing UCO Student
The Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in locating a missing UCO student.
EMSA Prepared For Possible Injuries At Tulsa State Fair
EMSA says it’s prepared for any injuries or medical issues at the Tulsa State Fair this year.
Legal Analyst: Crutcher's Past With Police Could Work For Both Sides
Public records show an officer on the OSU-Tulsa campus pulled a rifle on Terence Crutcher and Tased him twice in 2012. A legal analyst this could help the prosecution and defense.
Robert Bever Now In DOC Custody
The Broken Arrow man who pleaded guilty to murdering his parents and three younger siblings is now in the custody of the Department of Corrections.
Tulsa Restaurant Closed After Truck Smashes Through Storefront
A local Tulsa restaurant is closed after a pickup slammed into its storefront.
Tulsa's A Gathering Place Construction Update
Construction is moving forward at Tulsa's A Gathering Place. Tons of dirt have been moved around the park since construction began in 2014.
Fort Gibson Police Arrest Teen Connected To Two Bomb Threats
Fort Gibson police arrested a 17-year-old student in connection with two bomb threats made to the high school.
Neutral Attorney To Temporarily Take Over Terence Crutcher's Estate
A judge appointed a new administrator for Terence Crutcher's estate Friday. A judge appointed a neutral third party attorney to take over that role for the next 25 days.
Deputies Search For Sixth Person Connected To Catoosa Murder
Rogers County Deputies are looking for a sixth person believed connected to an August homicide.
TPD Officer Betty Shelby Pleads 'Not Guilty' To First-Degree Manslaughter
The Tulsa Police officer who is accused of shooting and killing Terence Crutcher two weeks ago went before a judge for the first time Friday morning.
Tulsa Police Arrest Man For Second DUI Offense
Collin Taylor today for D-U-I and they say it's not the first time.
Monarch Waystation To Open As Part Of Tulsa Beautification Project
The City of Tulsa announced a Monarch waystation will open as part of a beautification and sidewalk project.
Superintendent: Vandals Cause $3K Worth Of Damage At Oktaha School
The superintendent of Oktaha Public Schools is hoping the public can help them locate people that damaged the school.
Woman Sentenced To Life For Killing Two Tulsa Juveniles In 2014 Crash
A Tulsa woman who pleaded guilty following a deadly 2014 drunk-driving crash that killed two juveniles was ordered to serve two life sentences Friday.
Driver Admits To BA Police, He's Intoxicated During Traffic Stop
Broken Arrow Police arrested a Tulsa man on a DUI complaint after he repeatedly tells an officer he's intoxicated during a traffic stop Wednesday.
US Justice Department Investigating Chesapeake Energy
The U.S. Department of Justice has opened an investigation into possible antitrust violations by Chesapeake Energy Corp.
Police Seek To Identify Tulsa Robbery Suspects
Investigators need the public to help identify two suspects in a Tulsa strong-armed robbery late Monday, September 26th.
News Minute: Here is the latest Oklahoma news from The Associated Press at 7:40 p.m. CDT
The U.S. Department of Justice has issued a subpoena to Chesapeake Energy that seeks information on the oil and natural gas producer's accounting methods for the acquisition and classification of oil and gas...
Federal judge rejects suit over US control of internet group
A federal judge has rejected an attempt by three conservative states to block the U.S. government from ceding oversight of some of the internet's core systems.
Single-vehicle crash kills 21-year-old Pontotoc County man
A Pontotoc County man is dead following a single-vehicle crash.
DPS says Oklahoma August highway fatalities up from year ago
The Oklahoma Department of Public Safety says traffic-related fatalities last month were higher than the same month a year ago.
Tulsa officer expected to plead not guilty to manslaughter
A Tulsa police officer is expected to plead not guilty to first-degree manslaughter in the death of an unarmed black man when she makes her first appearance before a Tulsa County judge.
Lawyer: Jury should hear about cop's 'auditory exclusion'
A lawyer for a white Oklahoma police officer charged in an unarmed black man's death says she was so hyper-focused on the situation that she didn't hear other officers arrive on the scene or even the deadly gunshot...
US Drought Monitor says drought spreading across Oklahoma
The U.S. Drought Monitor says drought-stricken areas are spreading across Oklahoma due to lack of rainfall.
Officer's lawyer: Jury should hear about auditory exclusion
A lawyer for a white Oklahoma police officer accused of manslaughter in an unarmed black man's death says she was so hyper-focused on the situation that she didn't hear other officers arrive on the scene or even...
3.4 magnitude earthquake rattles parts of northwest Oklahoma
A 3.4 magnitude earthquake has rattled parts of northwestern Oklahoma.
Medical helicopter crash lands outside hospital in Lawton
A medical helicopter with four people on board has crash landed outside a hospital in Comanche County.
California police show videos of fatal shooting of black man
Police released two videos Friday showing an officer fatally shooting an unarmed black man in a San Diego suburb and said they hoped showing the footage would ease escalating tensions.
Police search Connecticut home of woman lost at sea
Police have searched the home of a woman who went missing at sea during a fishing trip with her son and is presumed dead.
Clinton in a landslide _ in endorsements: Do they matter?
"A clear and present danger to our country." ''Xenophobia, racism and misogyny." ''Beneath our national dignity."
California opens pathway for cars that lack steering wheel
By JUSTIN PRITCHARD Associated Press California regulators have changed course and opened a pathway for the public to get self-driving cars of the future that lack a steering wheel or pedals.
Charlotte police to release full video in black man's death
Police in Charlotte say they will release all of the dashcam and body camera video from the fatal shooting of a black man that sparked in riots in the city.
Volkswagen reaches $1.2B settlement with dealers in scandal
Volkswagen has agreed to pay its U.S. dealers up to $1.2 billion to compensate them for losses they said they suffered as a result of the company's emissions cheating scandal, according to a settlement agreement filed...
Video suggests police drove at California man they then shot
Dashboard audio indicates two police officers may have tried to hit a homeless man with their police cruiser before fatally shooting him in Sacramento this summer, a newspaper reports.
Prosecutors want crackdown on websites selling illegal sex
Prosecutors from around the world say the fight against sex trafficking is moving online as traffickers use popular websites to advertise sexual services.
California governor OKs sex crime bill tied to Stanford case
California Gov. Jerry Brown has signed two sexual assault laws in response to national outrage over the six-month jail sentence given to a former Stanford University swimmer for assaulting a woman passed out near a trash bin.
The Latest: Lawyer says officer provoked man before shooting
The Latest on a police shooting of an unarmed black man in a San Diego suburb (all times local):
6 Investigates: 'Hire' Education
At a time when most government agencies have been attempting to cap their workforces, if not reduce them, state-supported higher education is doing just the opposite.
9 Investigates: Inspecting Oklahoma Meat Farms
Agriculture may not play the role it once did in the Oklahoma economy, but in rural northwest Oklahoma, it still matters.
New Video Shows Former Reserve Deputy Using Force Days Before Harris Shooting
New video shows a former Tulsa County reserve deputy on duty, using force, days before he shot and killed a suspect.
News On 6 Tours Jail At Center Of Civil Lawsuit Against Former Sheriff
A jury found in favor of a former juvenile inmate in a civil rights lawsuit against a former Tulsa County sheriff. Thursday, News On 6 took a tour of the jail to see what has changed.
6 Investigates: State Hiring Freeze Exemptions
In the wake of a hiring and salary freeze imposed by Governor Fallin one year ago, state agency heads were allowed to continue making hires and giving raises, as if there was no freeze.
6 Investigates: TCSO Routinely Behind In Paying Jail Utility Bills
The Tulsa County Jail has risked having its utilities cut off a dozen times. Records obtained by News On 6 show the sheriff's office is repeatedly late paying utility bills.
Dangerous Rigs: Oilfield Truck Crashes Kill, Injure Dozens
An investigation by News On 6 and our partner, The Frontier, found that about seven percent of the trucking companies licensed for the work have been involved in deadly accidents.
Judge In Open Records Case Recuses After Request From Fallin's Office
A judge presiding over a lawsuit seeking records related to a botched execution has recused from the case after a request from Gov. Mary Fallin’s office.
6 Investigates: Emergency Teacher Certifications Increasing In Oklahoma
The state's increasing reliance on emergency certified teachers to fill classrooms raises the questions of who these people are and what qualifications do they have?
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.
3 Linked To Irish Mob, Tulsa Homicides, Arrested In Rogers County
Rogers County Sheriff's deputies arrested three people said to be part of the Irish Mob gang. They also are suspects in a string of Tulsa homicides.
Suspect In Tulsa Bank Robbery Arrested
Another suspect in the robbery of a Tulsa Bank of America branch was arrested Thursday. He was identified as Jerome Lane, 25, of Tulsa.
Men Steal Tulsa Trailer Loaded With 2 Riding Lawnmowers
Police are looking for two men who they stole a trailer with two large riding lawnmowers on it from a Tulsa home early Friday.