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Past articles by Justin:

Oklahoma banking leaders say 'don't worry' after recent bank failures

The failure of two major banks in the United States prompted some Oklahomans to worry about their own finances. → Read More

Wagoner County dispensary disappointed over State Question 820 vote

There are some happy and some disappointed people out there on Wednesday after State Question 820 - the measure to legalize marijuana for those 21 and older - failed in Oklahoma. → Read More

Broken Arrow school board remains undecided on students relocating from Rosewood Elementary

The Broken Arrow School Board is trying to figure out what to do about dozens of Rosewood Elementary students who may need to change schools next year due to redistricting. → Read More

Broken Arrow Mounted Patrol unit gets certified

Broken Arrow police will officially have a certified mounted patrol unit by the end of the weekend.The Oklahoma County Sheriffs Office conducted the certification training at the Hilltop Fairgrounds. → Read More

More funding needed for Gilcrease Museum construction

Construction is moving along at Tulsa’s Gilcrease Museum, but money is getting tight. Staff have to come up with an additional $20 million for interior work. → Read More

Claremore looking to pass public safety penny sales tax

The City of Claremore is looking to pass a penny sales tax that will go solely to police and fire services. Voters will head to the polls on April 4. → Read More

Viral social media post leads to 21st Street overpass bridge repairs

A bridge along the 21st Street overpass on the Broken Arrow Expressway is making headlines after a Tulsa man posted a photo of cracks in the beams. → Read More

Norman neighborhoods rocked by tornado

A tornado hit Norman late Sunday night, leaving behind a path of debris and broken homes to clean up Monday morning. → Read More

Coweta coffee shop owners with Ukranian ties staying hopeful one year into conflict

The owners of Wild Child Coffee Co. in Coweta are from Ukraine and still have family there -- one year in to the brutal Ukraine-Russia conflict. → Read More

Fire-related deaths increasing in Tulsa

It’s already been a busy year for Tulsa firefighters battling fires with the extreme cold this winter. Unfortunately, there’s been three fire related deaths, more so than usual around this time. → Read More

Nonprofit raising funds to revamp west Tulsa soccer complex

Eleven, new turf athletic fields could be coming to the West Bank Sports Complex if the West Side Alliance Soccer Club raises the estimated $50 million to make it happen. → Read More

Tulsa businessman developing special needs housing complex

A new housing development in Tulsa aimed at helping with the city’s affordable housing crisis will also be home to special needs housing. → Read More

Jenks getting new food and entertainment venue

The City of Jenks can add one more thing to its economic development resume as they will soon be adding a new food hall and entertainment venue. → Read More

Jenks community excited for Tulsa Premium Outlets after long wait

Construction is back on the track for the Tulsa Premium Outlets mall in Jenks. It’s slated to open next year. → Read More

City Lights Village facing pushback from neighborhood community

A tiny homes community aimed at helping Tulsa’s homeless population find affordable housing is facing some opposition. → Read More

All clear after tank fire at Port of Catoosa

2 News Oklahoma is on the way to the scene for a tank fire at the Port of Catoosa. We'll update as we learn more. → Read More

Muscogee Nation hosts inaugural opioid crisis summit

The Muscogee Nation hosted its inaugural Intertribal Opioid Crisis Summit to educate as many Oklahomans as possible about the dangers of opioids on Monday. → Read More

Tulsa police find woman's body in creek

Tulsa police have recovered a body they believe to be a white female in a creek near 31st and Mingo. → Read More

Tulsa home bakery with Turkey family ties raises donations after earthquake

A Tulsa home bakery with family ties in Turkey is raising money and pleading for help. Stacy Duman says it's beyond comprehension what her family is going through in Turkey and Syria. → Read More

Tulsa Dream Center announces second location

The Tulsa Dream Center announced it will be opening its second location in west Tulsa, and no construction is required. → Read More