Tulsa, Oklahoma News
City Councilors Recognize Tulsa's First Responders Tulsa city councilors took time Thursday night to recognize first responders.
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Tulsa Architect Gives 90-Year-Old Fire Station New Facelift An Oklahoma fire station has been sitting vacant for more than 20 years, but it now has a new look and a new lease on life.
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Teacher Tapping Into Creative Side Of Tulsa Boys Home The Tulsa Boys Home is looking for some creativity, and they're confident they'll find it among the boys who live and learn there.
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Proposed Gathering Place Sidewalk Causing Controversy Some neighbors near a Gathering Place don't want a sidewalk on their side of the street, and they got the mayor to take it out of the plans.
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Corp Of Engineers Hopes To Improve Skiatook Lake Levels The Corp's Drought Management Committee meets Friday to try and figure how to improve levels at the lake. Public input is welcome, but the meeting will have limited space.
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Tulsa Jury Convicts Man In 2013 Murder A Tulsa man has been convicted of stabbing his neighbor to death.Jurors recommended Dennis Daney, 57, go to prison for life without the possibility of parole.
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OHP Believes Alcohol Behind Pawnee County Crash That Injured Sperry Man The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says a Sperry resident is in a Tulsa hospital after he crashed his car late Wednesday on a Pawnee County highway.
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Tulsa Police Looking For Missing Tulsa Man Police said Juan Arredondo has been missing since October 13th. They believe he was going to a relative's home near the 2800 block of East Archer Street.
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Oklahoma Stops Installing Guardrails From Texas Firm After Federal Lawsuit Judgement Several states have pulled a certain type of guardrail off a list of qualified products they use after a jury found a Texas company should pay $175 million in a case involving the safety of thousands of guardrails across the U.S.
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