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Petition for death row inmate Richard Glossip may be his last chance for exoneration

An Oklahoma death row inmate may avoid execution after his defense team filed a petition with new evidence. The petition is the defense team’s last chance to prove Richard Glossip's innocence. → Read More

Pregnancy advocates react to Governor Stitt's executive order

A new executive order coming down from the governor’s desk, aims to support women with unplanned pregnancies. The order comes just over two weeks after the supreme court overturned Roe v. Wade. → Read More

Tulsa Public School board votes 'No' on internal audit

The Tulsa school board met Monday night to discuss an audit after the district says an investigation revealed a loss of $20,000 of district funds. → Read More

HIGH TEMPS AND CARS: How to avoid heat-related breakdowns on the side of the road

The rise in temperatures is leading to more cars breaking down on the road. AAA of Oklahoma reports a 20% spike in motorists needing assistance over the holiday weekend. → Read More

Veterans celebrate after VA considered shutting down veterans hospital in Muskogee

Green country veterans are celebrating Friday after the VA decided not to close the veterans clinic in muskogee. The VA recently recommended the hospital close and be turned into a smaller clinic. → Read More

Skiatook's annual 'Fantasy in the Sky' fireworks show is happening despite supply chain issues

Canceled or postponed fireworks shows seem to be happening across the US this holiday weekend, including here in Green Country. Local organizers tell 2 News, supply chain issues are to blame. → Read More

Green Country football coach responds to high court siding with coaches praying with players

This morning, the supreme court sided in favor of a Washington State high school football coach who was fired in 2015 for praying on the field after football games. → Read More

Critical pilot shortage leaves a void for flight students to fill

Canceled flights continue to frustrate passengers nationwide. Last weekend alone, there were more than 19,000 flights canceled across the county. → Read More

Lawmakers lock horns over inflation relief

TULSA, Okla. — We're less than two weeks until the primary election, dozens of lawmakers at every level are fighting to win or keep their seats. Even still, most state lawmakers aren't on the campaign trail. Instead, they're locking horns with one another in a dramatic special session called by governor Kevin Stitt to help Oklahomans handle crushing inflation. After an unprecedented week at the… → Read More

City set to build 'real-time information center' despite some pushback

TULSA, Okla. — Local law enforcement say a new network of cameras will help keep Tulsans safer. It’s called a “Crime Information Center,” a headquarters for cameras trained on areas around the city. The Tulsa City Council voted to approve the new system despite push-back from dozens of Tulsans against the new cameras. TPD officials tell 2 News Crime Information Centers are a growing trend among… → Read More

Tulsa area first responders hold a town hall meeting to discuss active shooters

TULSA, Okla. — Tulsa area first responders were joined by federal officials to talk about active shooters in a town hall Tuesday evening. The meeting comes two weeks after a shooting on the campus of Saint Francis Health Systems that killed four people including two doctors. Tulsa police were praised for their quick response to the tragedy, but how do other agencies respond to an active shooter?… → Read More

New federal agreement allows Cherokee Nation to pursue its own road construction projects

TAHLEQUAH, Okla. — The Cherokee nation now has more authority in its ability to improve its roads thanks to an historic compact. The tribe hosted the US Deputy Secretary of Transportation Tuesday afternoon. They say this is the first transportation agreement between a tribe and the federal government. It’s called the “tribal transportation self-governance program and funding agreement.” The… → Read More

Tulsa man rides bike into 8-foot construction hole: “I was very lucky to get out with only a couple scratches."

TULSA, Okla. — A Tulsa man says he’s a bit shaken up after he accidentally rode his bike into an 8-foot construction hole. Micah Cheng says it happened around 9 p.m. on Saturday night near the corner of 91st and Lewis. He says the cones surrounding the hole were knocked over. “As I was falling in I was like there’s no way there’s a random pit here. There’s no way there’s this massive hole here,”… → Read More

Vigils held to honor Tulsa mass shooting victims

TULSA, Okla. — Two different vigils Friday night drew hundreds of people to honor the lives lost in Wednesday's shooting. The first vigil was at John Hope Franklin Reconciliation Park and the second at Lafortune Park. “It’s very surreal, which has been the mood for the Saint Francis family since Wednesday,” employee for Saint Francis, Heather Blevins said. In the parking lot of Lafortune park,… → Read More

Patients of doctors killed in Wednesday's shooting speak out: 'He gave me my life back'

Patients tell 2 News Oklahoma they had a strong bond with the doctors who were killed in Wednesday’s shooting on the Saint Francis Health System campus. → Read More

Tulsa public pools face some challenges ahead of summer season

TULSA, Okla. — While rain is in the forecast, summer weather is just around the corner. With pool season upon us, Tulsa city pools are facing a few challenges ahead of their opening this weekend. Due to supply chain issues, Berry Pool is waiting on a critical pool-pump in order to operate. Nick Pond, Tulsa’s aquatic manager, says they ordered the part months ago. It was supposed to arrive a few… → Read More

Cherokee Nation Businesses 'zoning' application denied after heated meeting

Cherokee Nation Businesses is sharing their response after their request for a zoning variance was denied. → Read More

Keystone Lake levels higher than usual ahead of a busy Memorial weekend

TULSA, Okla. — A warm Memorial Day weekend means the unofficial start to summer and the boating season. Campgrounds and cabins are near full capacity at Keystone Lake and officials there are preparing for a busy weekend. However, they also want to remind people about potential hazards. Keystone lake officials say the lake is 14-feet above average due to the recent rain. Some of the beaches and… → Read More

Interfaith vigil centers around prayer and call to action

TULSA, Okla. — Dozens of people gathered Thursday night for a candlelight vigil to honor the victims of the Uvalde school shooting. People of all faiths came out to pray but also came to speak up on gun violence. Trina Churchill attended Thursday’s vigil with her daughter. “Enough is enough. We as parents and we as people say enough is enough and it's time to stop the gun violence,” Churchill… → Read More

TEXAS SCHOOL SHOOTING: How to talk to your children

TULSA, Okla. — The recent mass shootings may have parents asking the question,‘how do I talk to my kids about this?’ 2 News heard from experts Wednesday and learned about some solutions for how to start the uncomfortable conversation. Jacqueline York’s children go to Regent Preparatory School of Oklahoma in Tulsa. She learned of the Texas shooting just hours after celebrating her daughter’s… → Read More