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Past articles by Sharon:

Cold Case Files: Rebekah Barrett

Rebekah Barrett died in 1995 when she was just 18. Her case remains unsolved and her family wants answers. → Read More

USDA proposing new nutrition standards

The USDA is proposing new changes to the long-term nutrition standards. The goal is to reduce the amount of sugar and sodium allowed in school breakfasts and lunches. → Read More

Local police departments get creative to attract new recruits

Local police departments get creative to attract new recruits. Fancy gyms and sign on bonuses are catching the attention of potential new officers. → Read More

Regent Preparatory School student wins 2023 2 Cares for Kids Spelling Bee

Green Country has crowned a new 2023 2 Cares for Kids Spelling Bee champion. Hannah Kauffman from Regent Preparatory School beat out numerous other students to take home the top prize on Saturday. → Read More

Neighbor describes gunfire, chase before Tulsa officers shot suspected burglar

Sarah Rushing works from home and says she was sitting in her back office Wednesday when she heard police sirens and saw squad cars go flying by in what ended with a deadly shooting. → Read More

Green Country dog helps ease victims' pain

Comfort comes in all different forms, but one local Golden Retriever is bringing solace and joy to victims of human tragedies like the shootings at Saint Francis in Tulsa and Uvalde, Texas. → Read More

Revival in Tulsa

Revival in Tulsa. As the eyes of the world were trained on a small, Christian university in Kentucky experiencing revival people around the nation began to hunger for God to move here. → Read More

Osage County looking to buy Flock Safety cameras

Osage County looking to buy Flock Safety cameras. tTe sheriff is looking to invest in Flock Safety cameras which are linked through an information sharing network. → Read More

Citizen-led effort to rebrand Main Street in Jenks

The city of Jenks is preparing for a big facelift! Main street is being rebranded The Ten District and visionaries with the project say it's about combining the old with the new. → Read More

Brittany Phillips: New evidence could breathe life into 18-year-old cold case

A grieving mother is hoping new, evidence could possibly shed some light on her daughter’s unsolved murder case. → Read More

Oklahoma sheriff's office gifted ballistic shield after deputy's brush with death

The Stand 1st Foundation provides life-saving ballistic shields to departments that have less than 100 officers, or who cannot afford to buy them. → Read More

Tulsa families prepare to lose expiring emergency SNAP benefits

Oklahomans depending on SNAP Emergency Allotments will have to find another way to feed their families as the COVID-19 relief program expires nationwide in February. → Read More

Bartlesville City Council votes to pursue ordinance regulating 'adult entertainment'

The City of Bartlesville is pursuing an adult entertainment ordinance, following a debate over a drag show at a recent Pride event. → Read More

Broken Arrow to launch new door to door transit program

Broken Arrow to launch new door to door transit program. The year long micro-transit program is expected to launch in the fall of 2023. → Read More

Tulsa police arrest man connected with nearly 90 car burglaries

Tulsa police arrested a man Monday they say is connected with almost 90 car break-ins over the last few months. → Read More

YES Tulsa looking to combat youth mental health crisis

Tulsa's only 24/7 youth crisis evaluation center is officially open as the entire county continues to battle a mental health crisis. → Read More

YouTube features Impact Production's film, A Bocelli Family Christmas

YouTube features Impact Production's film, A Bocelli Family Christmas. The worldwide premiere is slated for December 4th. → Read More

Gilcrease Expressway tolling concerns west Tulsa residents

The Gilcrease Expressway is set to open up Monday, weather permitting, but it already has some residents in west Tulsa up in arms. → Read More

Cleansing a Cannibal: The baptism of Jeffrey Dahmer

A new documentary on Netflix takes an in-depth look at the serial killer, Jeffrey Dahmer. Along with hours of footage, it features an Oklahoman who baptized Dahmer. → Read More

McLain High School to get $50,000 grant for support after shooting

The Ed Darby Foundation announced a commitment of $50,000 to McLain High School on Friday a week after a deadly shooting. → Read More