Tulsa, Oklahoma News
OSU Student Releases Apology For Controversial 'Trail Of Tears' Banner An OSU student behind the controversial Trail of Tears banner seen on ESPN's Game Day released an apology Saturday night.
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TPD Issues 57 Citations, 1 Arrest At DUI Checkpoint Tulsa police kicked off weekend DUI stops across the city Friday in order to catch drunk drivers; and all area law enforcement are stepping up patrols through Monday.
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Cherokee Nation Opens New Veterans Service Center The Cherokee Nation is honoring its veterans with a new center they can call their own.
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Tulsa, Wagoner Counties Facing Power Outages PSO has reported at least three unrelated power outages Saturday affecting over 1,500 customers.
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Tulsa County Deputy Saves Life With New Emergency Medication The Tulsa County Sheriff's Office is equipping patrol cars with an emergency drug called Narcan; and one deputy has already saved a life.
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Authors Read To Ask-Risk Tulsa Students Robertson Elementary's Partner in Education, Executive Women International, brought in two local authors to read their books to the students.
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New Crime-Fighting Tool Gives Tulsa Police Huge Advantage A bird's-eye view and new technology gives Tulsa Police a huge advantage fighting crime.
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Tulsa Leaders Look For Solution To Aggressive Homeless Minority City leaders say there's a difference between the typical homeless person and those causing the most trouble.
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Heroic Coweta Soldier To Be Awarded Posthumous Medal Of Honor Specialist Donald Sloat threw himself on a grenade to save his fellow soldiers - something his family learned 40 years after his death.
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Tulsans Hope Sidewalk Improvements Make City More Accessible Leaders are working to make Tulsa a more accessible city to walkers and those with limited mobility, but some say it's not happening fast enough.
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