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Vincent Hill

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Tulsa, OK, United States

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Past articles by Vincent:

Traffic accidents during fair concern police

TULSA, Okla. — Sunday night just after 7:30, a man was struck and killed by a vehicle near 15th and Urbana. This is not the first time Tulsa Police have been concerned with the intersection during past fairs according to Officer Danny Bean. “In the past, we’ve requested from the fair to have lightning out there and in the past there has been sometimes officers out there, " Bean said. "This year… → Read More

Suspended Bixby teacher's husband being investigated in more lewd acts against children

TULSA, Okla. — Jason and Heather Bycroft were arrested and charged federally with child pornography. That case dates back to 2015. Court documents state Jason exposed a female minor's private area, while a woman believed to be Heather Bycroft recorded it. According to District Attorney Jack Thorpe, this is not the first allegation against the couple. “Back in 2016, our office filed charges… → Read More

Tulsa Air National Guard adding onsite fueling station

The 138th Fighter Wing will soon have it's own fuel station, which will reduce readiness time. → Read More

New Hampshire company recruiting, hiring Oklahomans for work

A company from New Hampshire is hosting two hiring events on Tuesday and Wednesday due to the increase in the need for assembly workers. → Read More

Green Country schools dealing with food shortage

Because of transportation delays, limited distributors and other factors, schools are dealing with a food shortage. → Read More

Lasting effects of natural disasters on first responders

Cory McKain retired from law enforcement many years ago. But August 29th, 2005 is always on his mind this time of year. → Read More

Hundreds of law enforcement officers have died from COVID-19

Law enforcement experts says COVID is now the number one killer of law enforcement. → Read More

Saint Francis dealing with COVID uptick

Almost 300 beds are being occupied by COVID patients → Read More

Oklahoma's Cold Case Files: What happened to Sandy Rae?

Sandy Rae disappeared in 1984. → Read More

The cost of war on veterans

Many veterans deal with scars much deeper than the ones visible → Read More

Muskogee County Schools get new School Resource Deputy

Muskogee County Sheriff Andy Simmons said he wants to make sure the youth of Muskogee County feel safe. → Read More

Monoclonal antibody treatment could reduce COVID effects

The Federal Drug Administration authorized a treatment in the latest battle of COVID-19 → Read More

Person shot, left on side of road being investigated by Jenks police

Jenks police responded to a call that someone had been shot and dropped off on the side of the road Tuesday morning. → Read More

Unsolved murder in Muskogee troubles family

A father and businessman gunned down in Muskogee. → Read More

Health experts say Oklahoma is behind the curve on vaccines

According to the Oklahoma State Department of Health, the sooner state is lagging compared to other states → Read More

Candy store leaves bad taste in customer's mouths

Lolli and Pops charged customers months, even up to a year after a transaction without warning. → Read More

Multiple shootouts in Tulsa over the weekend

TULSA, Okla. — A busy 24 hours for Tulsa Police as they responded to three shootouts in a 24 hour time period. The first was at an apartment complex near 21st and Mingo after a shoots fired call around 4 am. Officers found several shell casings, several cars with bullet holes and a victim who had been shot. Police later learned another man who was shot drove himself to a hospital. Approximately… → Read More

Skiatook police investigate multiple incidents of vandalism at American Legion

Skiatook police are asking for the public’s help in identifying suspects in various vandalism reports happening at the American Legion building. → Read More

Apartment complex past due on water bill by thousands

The City of Tulsa says Vista Shadow Mountain apartments is past due $108,000 on it's water bill. → Read More

Missing Haskell man possibly found dead

The Muskogee County Sheriff's Office says a body was found west of Haskell Monday. → Read More