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Past articles by Steve:

Mayor says new dam, lake at Gathering Place on track to open next summer

Separate "flume" creates whitewater feature for kayaking → Read More

Tulsa Public Schools raises tribal flag at Edison

It’s the first of three flags that will honor three tribal nations → Read More

Part of Highway 169 renamed to honor Tulsa Police Sgt. Craig Johnson

Johnson was fatally wounded during traffic stop last year → Read More

Human remains confirmed to be missing Turley man

76-year-old Jack Grimes is one of 4 people who went missing in the area recently → Read More

Schoolkids give out coffee and doughnuts to first responders

Today is National First Responders Day, and lots of places were finding ways to show their appreciation to our first responders. Of course, one reason that first responders are so appreciated is that they’re so busy. So, the kids at the Lighthouse Christian Academy in Tulsa set up a ‘drive-through’ coffee and doughnuts event outside their school. “Where they could still be working their shift,… → Read More

Can you imagine a ‘Day Without Water’..?

Cities remind people of importance of maintaining water infrastructure → Read More

Tulsa Police nab theft suspects at industrial plant

Business has been hit multiple times by thieves, manager says → Read More

Gov. Stitt says state will fight White House on vaccine mandate

Says AG O’Connor will go to court ‘the second the rules are made public’ → Read More

Game wardens nab couple for shocking fish on Skiatook Lake

A husband and wife are facing some hefty fines, after a state game warden says they admitted to shocking fish on Skiatook Lake. Lt. Paul Welch says they got a tip about it six weeks ago, including a vehicle description. “Everything but a name, and so we’ve just been checking boat ramps trying to find the trucks and finally was able to find one of the trucks in this parking lot,” Welch said. That… → Read More

Closer inspection of state’s marijuana industry in the works

OMMA plans to hire 40 additional inspectors by year’s end → Read More

Local search and rescue crews get specialized training

Course includes trench rescue, rope rescues, building collapses, and more → Read More

QT plans to expand into Oklahoma City for the first time

Company reportedly plans to build travel center near I-35 and Hefner Road → Read More

Man accused of trying to break into ATM near Pine & Lewis

A man who Tulsa Police say is homeless was arrested after attempting to break into an ATM at the Bank of Oklahoma located near Pine and Lewis early Sunday Morning. They say bank security reported that Richard Lee Hulvey was on a bicycle when he tried to force the machine open but failed and then fled north. Police say they found him a short time later and confirmed that he was the person who… → Read More

BOK Center opens new River Spirit Lounge

If you’re looking for a place to grab a drink or a bite to eat before a concert or game at the BOK Center, you can now find one inside the BOK Center ITSELF. They had the official ribbon-cutting this morning for the River Spirit Lounge inside the arena in downtown Tulsa. This is not to be confused with the event center at River Spirit Casino at 81st and Riverside, which also has many concerts.… → Read More

Tulsa Police looking for rightful owner of stolen sports memorabilia

If you’re missing a Michael Jordan Washington Wizards jersey, or a Steve McNair bobblehead, Tulsa Police would like to talk to you. Those are just a couple of stolen sports memorabilia that police recovered a few weeks ago in a stolen car. And they’d like to get them back to the rightful owner. “This could be a storage unit burglary where somebody hadn’t been to their unit in several months, so… → Read More

New Hampshire ventilator company recruiting Oklahoma workers

Company offering three-month job in New Hampshire for $21/hour, $3,000 bonus → Read More

City asking for public input on BMX site

Site will likely spur lots of private investment, new businesses → Read More

Tulsa State Fair begins in 3 weeks

Rides are getting ready for assembly on the fairgrounds midway → Read More

Man chased through yard by people in SUV

A Tulsa man is in the hospital after witnesses say someone in a gray SUV was driving through his yard, chasing him. Tulsa County Sheriff’s deputies say at some point, he was severely beaten by someone who was in the SUV. In fact, based on his injuries, the call first came into the Sheriff’s Office as a scalping. “It’s a pretty bloody scene from what I’m told, so we’re hoping that he’ll be able… → Read More

Oklahoma A.G. may sue school districts if they impose mask mandates

Speaking to reporters following the Governor’s State of the State speech Thursday in Tulsa, Oklahoma Attorney General John O’Connor indicated that his office will probably have to sue school districts that defy state law and impose mask mandates. Tulsa Public Schools on Thursday issued a notice to students and faculty that did not explicitly use the word ‘mandate,’ but said that “all staff will… → Read More