Katie Keleher, 2 Works for You

Katie Keleher

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Tulsa, OK, United States

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Past articles by Katie:

Tulsa housing market stays competitive as mortgage rates rise

Buying a house can seem almost impossible these days, especially with low inventory and rising prices. Now, mortgage rates are rising. → Read More

Tulsa Animal Welfare still needing more funds for expansion project

Tulsa Animal Welfare is making plans for a much-needed expansion. But now, thanks to the pandemic, they're nearly a million dollars short of what they need to finish the project. → Read More

Bixby native competes in PBR "Unleash the Beast" event in Tulsa

Some of the world’s best professional bull riders are in Tulsa this weekend for the PBR "Unleash the Beast" event. → Read More

Oklahoma Blood Institute calls for donations as blood supply falls below 50 percent

The Oklahoma Blood Institute is issuing an emergency blood appeal. Its supply is less than half of what hospitals and patients need. → Read More

What to expect in weeks ahead in Ware death penalty trial

Thursday marked day four of a lengthy jury selection for the David Ware trial. → Read More

Tulsa County offers home buyout program for 2019 flood victims

Tulsa County could be offering up money for area homes damaged by major floods in 2019. → Read More

Jenks City Council approves rezoning ordinance amid concern from residents

The City of Jenks is rezoning parts of the city, including the downtown and Riverfront areas. → Read More

Bartlesville pastor returns from volunteering at Romanian-Ukrainian border

More than four million refugees have now fled the war in Ukraine, escaping to bordering countries such as Poland, Hungary and Romania. That’s where one Bartlesville pastor recently traveled. → Read More

Bartlesville elementary school finds new way to put books in students' hands

A Bartlesville elementary school is working to put books in students' hands. → Read More

Bartlesville residents give input on city's future strategic plan

The city of Bartlesville is looking to its residents to determine its future. → Read More

Tulsa police officer, chaplain work together to help homeless man reunite with family

More than 1,000 people are experiencing homelessness in Tulsa. But one man, in particular, caught the eye of hundreds in the community. → Read More

Local group expanding to support working moms nationwide

A local group is helping lift up working moms. → Read More

City of Catoosa proposes $20 million bond for public safety complex

The city of Catoosa is hoping to build new facilities for its first responders. → Read More

Dark Tulsa highway ramp causing concern for drivers

A Tulsa highway interchange is causing a headache, and worry, for some drivers. → Read More

Behind the Signs: Mysterious divorce settlement auction signs promise luxury items

You may have seen blue signs popping up around Tulsa advertising an urgent divorce settlement auction. 2 News Oklahoma staff became curious after finding the signs along different parts of Riverside. → Read More

Ambassador program doing more than cleaning up streets of downtown Tulsa

Take a walk around downtown Tulsa and you might notice it's looking a bit cleaner these days. It's thanks to efforts from the Downtown Tulsa Partnership ambassador program. → Read More

Controversial education bill still waiting to be heard in Oklahoma Senate

An Oklahoma Senate bill is stirring up controversy over funding for students and private schools. → Read More

Gathering Place Boathouse restaurant ready to serve customers after two-year closure

A Tulsa restaurant is opening back up, two years after it closed and COVID-19 was declared a pandemic. → Read More

Pilots get in formation for special training over Bartlesville

The skies around Bartlesville will be busy this weekend as about a dozen pilots from around the country are in town for special training. → Read More

Bill aims to eliminate out-of-pocket costs for advanced mammograms

A new bill is aiming to make women's healthcare more affordable in Oklahoma, specifically for those needing diagnostic mammograms. → Read More