Tulsa, Oklahoma News
Police: Tulsa Restaurant Customer Attacks Worker Over Slow Order Police arrested a woman they say hita Tulsa restaurant worker with a beer bottle about the slowness of her food order Tuesday evening.
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OnStar Helps Locate Woman After Rogers County Crash Troopers and firefighters got help from OnStar torescuea woman who crashed her pickup north of the Port of Catoosa Wednesday morning.
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Two Arrested For Murder Of Tulsa Woman Police arrested two men Monday they say shota Tulsa woman found deadlast Friday.
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Malfunctioning Fire Sprinkler Damages Tulsa School Firefighters say a malfunctioning fire sprinkler damaged a classroom early Wednesday at the Street School.
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Gunfire Hits Tulsa Home Again Officers say the home, located in the 3600 block of South 109th East Avenue was the site a similar shooting on June 24.
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Alan Crone's Weather Blog: Hot And Muggy Into The Weekend Persistence is the rule for the next few days with warm and muggy conditions likely for the eastern third of the state. Highs today will move back into the lower 90s along with mostly sunny conditions and south winds near 15 mph. S
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TU Student In Hospital After Being Struck By Car A University of Tulsa student is in the hospital after being hit by a car.
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ConocoPhillips Layoffs Likely To Impact Bartlesville Workers ConocoPhillips is laying off 10 percent of its workforce - letting go 1,800 workers - and some who work at the company’s Bartlesville location are will be impacted.
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Tulsa Charity Meets With Unsure Neighbors About Move To Pearl District Tuesday, a downtown charity got the chance to make its case to unsure neighbors for why it needs to build a new kitchen and food pantry in the Pearl District.
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Corps To Increase Arkansas River Levels For Great Raft Race The Corps of Engineers turned off the tap to the Arkansas Riverbut said they've got a plan to get water back in time for the raft race.
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