Skyler Cooper, NEWS102.3 KRMG

Skyler Cooper

NEWS102.3 KRMG

Tulsa, OK, United States

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  • NEWS102.3 KRMG
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  • KIRO 7

Recent articles by Skyler:

Clint Black cancels Tulsa tour stop

Illness has caused Clint Black to cancel is Tulsa concert → Read More

Broken Arrow’s Rose District Farmers Market expands to Tuesdays

Shoppers will find local meat and produce at the Rose District Farmers Market on Tuesdays → Read More

Judges denies petition questioning outcome of Tulsa City Council District 5 election

Grant Miller, along with the rest of the city council, will be sworn in on December 5th → Read More

KRMG’s Stories of Light Fundraiser for Make-A-Wish raises more than $300k

The 17th Annual KRMG Stories of Light Fundraiser for Make-A-Wish Oklahoma wrapped up Thursday evening in a big way. As the final minutes counted down, the goal of raising $300,000 was surpassed. At the close of the event, KRMG listeners and generous corporate donors had donated more than $310,000 to help make wishes come true for Oklahoma children with life-threatening illnesses. By Friday… → Read More

‘Tulsa King’ screening to be held at Cox Business Convention Center on Sunday

Tulsa’s Office of Film, Music, Arts & Culture is holding a screening of ‘Tulsa King’ this weekend in downtown Tulsa. It’s happening at the Cox Business Convention Center on Sunday afternoon. Doors open at 3:45pm with remarks from local leaders beginning at 4:30pm. The screening will feature the first episode of ‘Tulsa King’ starring Sylvester Stallone. The show was shot in Tulsa and Oklahoma… → Read More

Governor Stitt declares state of emergency for multiple counties after tornado outbreak

1 person killed, dozens of homes & businesses damaged in southern Oklahoma → Read More

VOTER GUIDE: View sample ballots, see where to vote early

Find your polling place, where to vote early & view sample ballots → Read More

Oklahoma man sentenced to 9 months in prison for his part in Capitol breach

In addition to prison time, Jerry Ryals was sentenced to 3 years supervised release and must pay a $2,000 fine. → Read More

Gov. Stitt sets special election for SQ 820, the adult-use marijuana intiative

Voters to decide on recreational marijuana in Oklahoma on March 7, 2023. → Read More

Tulsa County DA Steve Kunzweiler stabbed by family member

Kunzweiler was alert and speaking as he was transported to the hospital, according to his office. → Read More

SpongeBob clothes help police nab suspected burglar

A burglary suspect, and apparent SpongeBob fan, was arrested for multiple crimes → Read More

Teenagers vandalize Broken Arrow business, police have ID’d the suspects

An event space for Waters Edge Winery was vandalized Saturday night → Read More

Recount confirms Tulsa City Council election results

Lori Decter Wright will face Ken Reddick in a runoff on November 8th → Read More

ODOT to replace Highway 412 bridge over Verdigris River

Construction on the bridge is scheduled to begin September 6th → Read More

State Board of Education votes to not reconsider Tulsa Public Schools accreditation status

Despite pleas from multiple district officials, the district's request to reconsider was denied. → Read More

Clark Howard returns to Tulsa, hosts commercial-free hour on KRMG to answer your questions

Call in live from 6PM - 7PM Friday at 918-460-KRMG → Read More

Drought condtions worsen in eastern Oklahoma

60 percent of Oklahoma is now in the 'Extreme Drought' category → Read More

TULSA’S ELECTION HQ: City Council races, Charter amendments on Aug. 23rd ballot

Tulsa voters to decide city council races, proposed Charter amendments → Read More

1 dead after rush hour crash on Highway 169

Police say the driver of a white vehicle slammed into the back of a black SUV that was stopped in traffic → Read More

State health officials searching for skunk saver in Bristow

OSDH said skunks are the main carrier of rabies in Oklahoma & is worried about potential exposure → Read More