Russell Mills, NEWS102.3 KRMG

Russell Mills


Tulsa, OK, United States

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Past articles by Russell:

Work on the downtown inner dispersal loop wraps up, east leg opens for traffic

The completion of the work on the east side of the IDL wraps up the rehabilitation projects for all four legs → Read More

One dead, another seriously injured after police chase ends with a crash

A motorcyclist running from a Muscogee Light Horse Police officer broadsided an SUV at a high rate of speed → Read More

KRMG poses ten questions to the four candidates in U.S. Senate run-off races

We posed questions on key policy issues including the economy, national security, immigration, and education. → Read More

Gov. Stitt declares winter weather emergency in Oklahoma

Gov. Kevin Stitt issued an executive order late Tuesday afternoon in advance of the oncoming winter storm → Read More

NORAD Santa Tracker returns in full strength for Christmas 2021

Follow along as Santa begins his annual journey around the world... → Read More

State Auditor and Inspector calls on Attorney General O’Connor to move on Epic Schools probe

"Every day I ask myself, why has something not been done?" Byrd told KRMG Tuesday. → Read More

Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board recommends clemency, commutation of Julius Jones death sentence

Gov. Kevin Stitt said in September he'd wait until after the clemency hearing to make his final decision. → Read More

Crash leads to gas leak near Harvard and the Broken Arrow Expressway

A driver crashed into a gas line at 25th and Harvard Thursday morning, leading to a gas leak. → Read More

Brutal heatwave descends upon NE Oklahoma, with heat indices of 110 and above expected

Forecasters say it'll be Thursday before the daily high temperature begins to inch back down into the upper 90s → Read More

Research indicates dogs can sniff out COVID faster than any lab test

COVID-sniffing dogs at the airport may not be a thing - yet. Don't be surprised if it happens in the near future. → Read More

Full excavation set to begin on possible mass grave site related to Tulsa massacre

For decades, the truth about the Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921 was buried - figuratively, and literally. → Read More

Voters select school board members, city councilors in Tulsa County races

Election observers reported fairly light turnout, which is common in municipal and school board elections → Read More

Oklahoma launches Phase 4 of its vaccination program; all residents 16 and up now qualify

The state says in excess of a thousand distribution points are now available for COVID-19 vaccines in Oklahoma → Read More

Getaway driver in TPD sergeant’s murder, officer’s shooting sentenced

The accused shooter, David Ware, faces trial for murder and shooting with intent to kill in June → Read More

Oklahoma issues new guidelines for visitation at long term care facilities

The state will not mandate, but highly encourages facilities to adopt the new guidelines as soon as is practical → Read More

KRMG In-Depth: The passing of talk radio icon Rush Limbaugh

KRMG goes in depth on the life and career of one of the most notorious - and successful - personalities in the history of American broadcasting → Read More

Latest forecast calls for several inches of dry, powdery snowfall in Tulsa metro

The governor has issued a State of Emergency declaration for all 77 Oklahoma counties, with heavy snow and even colder temperatures bearing down on the entire state → Read More

Oklahoma Blood Institute issues urgent call for donors

The CEO of the non-profit Oklahoma Blood Institute has issued an urgent call for people to step forward and donate → Read More

Schools, churches closing or altering schedules due to icy, cold weather

Subfreezing temperatures will remain the rule in Northeast Oklahoma until roughly a week from Friday → Read More

Attack on water system in Florida raises alarm bells in Oklahoma

An expert with decades of experience in cybersecurity says the hack uncovers a serious vulnerability in critical infrastructure systems → Read More