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Past articles by Ryan:

New dig at Oaklawn Cemetery underway in search for Tulsa Race Massacre mass graves

A new dig is underway in the ongoing search for mass graves from the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, the City of Tulsa. → Read More

State Supreme Court rules Stitt Medicaid plan invalid under Oklahoma law

TULSA, Okla. — The Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled against the implementation of Gov. Kevin Stitt’s Medicaid plan, according to an opinion released on Tuesday. The court ruled 6-3 that the managed Medicaid plan couldn’t move forward as the Oklahoma Health Care Authority did not have the power to implement managed care. A lawsuit to stop the plan for going into effect sent it to the State Supreme… → Read More

President Biden visiting Tulsa for Race Massacre Centennial

President Joe Biden is planning to visit Tulsa as the city marks 100 years since the Tulsa Race Massacre. → Read More

Pilot injured in plane crash at Tahlequah airport

Oklahoma Highway Patrol and fire crews came out to the airport. → Read More

Jury deliberates in murder trial of former Tulsa police officer

The jury entered deliberations Monday morning after closing arguments were made in the trial of Shannon Kepler. → Read More

New law makes Oklahoma ‘Second Amendment Sanctuary State’

Gov. Kevin Stitt signed a bill into law on Monday to make Oklahoma a “Second Amendment Sanctuary State.” → Read More

Missing Welch Girls: Crews returning to Picher in new search for girls’ remains

Lauria Bible and Ashley Freeman have been missing since December 1999. → Read More

Judge approves request to push trial back for man accused of shooting two Tulsa police officers

It had been scheduled to begin on June 7. → Read More

Oklahoma opens COVID-19 vaccinations to nonresidents

Effective Thursday, anyone 16 or older can get their vaccination in Oklahoma. → Read More

ORU head coach Paul Mills gets new contract after magical tournament run

Head coach Paul Mills will stick around for more chances at an NCAA Tournament run at Oral Roberts University. → Read More

Oklahoma to open COVID-19 vaccine up to remaining population

The state announced Tuesday its plans to begin Phase 4. → Read More

Muscogee (Creek) Nation holding mass COVID-19 vaccination event in Tulsa

TULSA, Okla. — Muscogee (Creek) Nation is one of Oklahoma’s Native American tribes looking to expand its supply of COVID-19 vaccines to more people. The State of Oklahoma recently expanded its own vaccine eligibility to Oklahomans who are considered essential workers but has not yet opened it to Phase 4, which would include the rest of the population that hasn’t been included. The Muscogee… → Read More

Lightning strikes Chick-fil-A in Sand Springs, location closed until further notice

A post on the restaurant’s Facebook page says it was struck by lightning Wednesday morning. → Read More

Trial set to begin for suspected getaway driver in Tulsa police officer killing

The trial for the suspected getaway driver in the shooting of two Tulsa police officers begins Monday. → Read More

‘Cheeto residue’ helps Tulsa police arrest suspected burglar

Tulsa police officers recognized the Cheeto remnants Friday night while investigating a burglary. → Read More

Oklahoma energy companies apply to minimize customer impact of winter storms

Price increases would be coming as a result of the two-week winter storm across the region → Read More

Ottawa County sheriff indicted, accused of embezzlement and perjury – 102.3 KRMG

A multicounty grand jury indicted Ottawa County Sheriff Jeremy Floyd on Friday, accusing him of embezzlement and perjury. → Read More

NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine expecting to step down under Biden presidency – 102.3 KRMG

NASA shared Bridenstine’s decision with KRMG on Monday → Read More

SURVEY: How do you feel about Tulsa parks? – 102.3 KRMG

TULSA, Okla. — The Tulsa Parks Department is looking for feedback on the city’s parks to make potential improvements in the future. The department says it is making sure its budget is used for the improvements people want to see. “We want to get input from the community, particularly around playgrounds and play amenities," Park Director Anna America says. “Kind of what will make your park more… → Read More

University of Tulsa football matchup against Cincinnati postponed due to COVID-19 – 102.3 KRMG

Oct. 17 game moved to Dec. 5 due to COVID-19 cases at Cincinnati → Read More