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Tulsa County Commissioners approve $14.75M flood buy-out program

The money comes in the form of disaster recovery funds from the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development. → Read More

Three people killed in crash in Sapulpa

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol responded to the crash. They said three of the passengers in the vehicle died. → Read More

New comedy talk show hopes to engage families in pop culture, entertainment

Actress and comedian Heather Brooker just launched a new family-friendly pop culture and entertainment talk show called, Brooker Family POPcast. → Read More

US-169 off ramp closed till Monday

The southbound US-169 off-ramp to 21st St. in Tulsa is closed through 3 p.m. Monday because of an unstable oversized load. This is a developing story. → Read More

Police chase through Broken Arrow leaves driver injured

Police say the driver crashed and was ejected from the car. They are released from the hospital after being treated for their injuries. → Read More

Two firefighters injured on highway 75

Two firefighters are injured after being hit by a car Sunday night. The accident happened on highway 75 near 1500 North Highway. This is a developing story → Read More

Glenpool police investigate fatal stabbing

Police say 27-year-old Richard Harris was arrested at the scene after someone reported a stabbing around 11:30 p.m. Friday. → Read More

Decision 2022: Polls for Oklahoma's midterm elections open Tuesday

Voters will head to the polls Tuesday for Oklahoma's midterm elections which will decide multiple key races and possible changes in leadership. → Read More

Winds, rain lead to power outages Tuesday morning

The 2 News Oklahoma Severe Weather team is tracking conditions across Green Country. There are power outages reported. → Read More

Multiple agencies assisting Verdigris Fire with chemical fire

Multiple crews are responding to the Valmont Coatings-Oklahoma Galvanizing Plant in Claremore for reports of a chemical fire. → Read More

Good Samaritans help local business after vandalism

Saturday night The Donut Hole was vandalized and Sunday's would-be customers were met with a closed sign and glass on the ground. → Read More

Victory Church takes single parent families to Tulsa State Fair

Thanks to Victory Church and the Tulsa Dream Center, more than 300 families are making memories at the fair free of cost. → Read More

OHP: Missing person Vernard Smith

Vernard Smith is a 57-year-old man who was last seen wearing a gray stocking cap, a black shirt over a long-sleeved black shirt, and light blue jeans. → Read More

Non-profit works to help families affected by house fires

The 1 Life 2 Many fundraiser hosted by Carabelle's Legacy kicked off fire safety week to build awareness, inform the community, and impact the families who have experienced a house fire. → Read More

McLain High School cancels classes for Monday, Oct. 3rd

The principal for McLain High School, Renee Rabovsky, said in a statement that classes will be suspended for Monday, October 3rd following the shooting that occurred at the homecoming game Friday. → Read More

Tulsa ties to Sanibel Island

Hurricane Ian destroyed the bridge connecting Sanibel Island to the mainland, leaving hundreds of people stranded as the hurricane continued to batter the coast. → Read More

Miami Public Schools and State Superintendent Hoffmeister sounding off after McLain shooting

Police are still investigating after they said someone shot and killed one student and injured another at the homecoming game Friday night. → Read More

OHP investigating deadly boat crash at Keystone Lake

OHP investigating deadly boat crash at Keystone Lake, crash happened at Appalachia Bay area of the lake. → Read More

Tulsa man achieves dreams one flight at a time

Lee took his first flight at three years old, and from that day forward his love of flying would follow him throughout his life. → Read More

Sand Springs rallies together to raise money for crash victims

The Sand Springs community is coming together to support the families of three teenagers laid to rest this week. → Read More