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Past articles by Ashley:

Bodies of missing toddlers in Tulsa identified

The bodies of two kids pulled from the water earlier this week are that of the missing children from Tulsa. → Read More

Tulsa mother says near abduction caught on cam

A warning from a terrified mother. → Read More

Casinos reopen during Oklahoma's phase 2

Oklahoma is officially in phase two of reopening. → Read More

Eviction controversy between City of Tulsa, local bus maker

An online campaign claims the city of Tulsa is threatening to evict IC Bus of Oklahoma from their facilities. → Read More

Program helps teen girls stay motivated during pandemic

Katie Hoffman is a former high school teacher and life coach who founded Fairytale Reform. → Read More

Tulsa Regional Tourism plans for the future

As the nation’s economy takes a dive from businesses being closed and events canceled or postponed, one local business is planning for the future right now. → Read More

Ponca City man reunited with family after battling COVID-19

A family is together again after a Ponca City man is released from the hospital after spending 28 days in a coma from battling COVID-19. → Read More

Organization connects families to resources during pandemic

Businesses closed their doors more than a month ago, leaving employees without a job or fewer hours. → Read More

Domestic violence calls show no increase during pandemic

As government and health officials ask the public to stay home to fight against COVID-19, concerns arose that the stress could lead to an increase in domestic violence. → Read More

Rogers Co. Sheriff's Office holds Easter basket drive

Businesses across the state have been shut down for weeks now, causing families to fall on hard times. → Read More

Blood banks in urgent need during pandemic

The need for blood is now at an all time high as the Coronavirus pandemic has left the country with a depleted supply. → Read More

How to deal with mental health during COVID-19 pandemic

It’s been a little over a month since Coronavirus arrived in Tulsa, forcing people to change their daily routines and how we interact with others. → Read More

Talking with your children about cyberbullying during pandemic

Kids and technology is nothing new, but with kids home all day with phones and on the internet, there is an increased risk of cyberbullying. → Read More

New State Guidelines Released to Protect Law Enforcement

Governor Kevin Stitt and Attorney General Mike Hunter have released guidelines for law enforcement agencies across the state to help prevent exposure to the coronavirus during daily activities. → Read More

New Tulsa Transit service rules in effect

Starting Monday, Tulsa Transit is rolling out some new bus rules to better protect against COVID-19. → Read More

Oklahomans urged to not self-treat COVID-19

The Oklahoma Center for Poison and Drug Information is warning Oklahomans to not use medication or household products to treat the Coronavirus. → Read More

Body of fallen Oklahoma Guardsman returns home

A hometown hero will arrive in Oklahoma for the last time. → Read More

Meals on Wheels Coronavirus procedures

As concerns over the Coronavirus continue, schools, businesses, and organizations are doing all they can to help prevent the spread of the virus. → Read More

Sapulpa students honoring Moore High School victims

Sapulpa Chieftains Cross Country team is coming together to honor the three Moore High School students killed and three injured after a deadly hit and run in February. → Read More

DEQ warn public about eating fish from some Oklahoma lakes

Spring break is right around corner. → Read More