Facebook group set up to reunite storm victims with items
Several Green Country families report finding debris from Shawnee area in their yards.
Fallin declares state of emergency after tornadoes
Governor Mary Fallin declared a State of Emergency for 16 Oklahoma counties due to tornadoes, severe storms, straight-line winds and flooding that began Saturday.
State of Emergency active in Oklahoma after storms
The State Emergency Operations Center is activated due to severe storms in the state.
Tornado levels homes in Oklahoma City trailer park
One of several tornadoes spawned by a powerful storm system rumbling through the Plains and Midwest has leveled several mobile homes in an area southeast of Oklahoma City.
Oklahoma Baptist Disaster Relief team responding to Oklahoma City area
Highways shut down due to tornado related accidents
The Department of Public Safety reports some closures due to tornado related accidents.
Tornado touched down in Oklahoma City area
A tornado kicked up debris in an Oklahoma City suburb and threatened a number of tourist attractions on historic Route 66 before growing into a larger storm that rolled across rural parts of central Oklahoma.
Tornado touched down in Wichita
Authorities say a tornado has touched down in Wichita, Kan., but emergency officials say there are no injuries or fatalities.
Mayfest closed early due to weather threat
Weather caused the festival to close two hours early on Sunday.
Oklahoma grocery store wine proposal being renewed
Supporters of a plan to permit some grocery stores in Oklahoma's most populous counties to sell wine plan to launch a new petition drive to put the proposal to a statewide vote.
St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway tickets on sale
The St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway gives you the chance to win a $500,000 home, while supporting the lifesaving care and childhood cancer research performed by St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
Fly fishing in Downtown Tulsa
3rd annual Fly Fishing 101 event held at 15th and Boston.
North Tulsa couple carrying firearms openly
You don't see many people in Tulsa carrying weapons openly but one couple in North Tulsa tell FOX23 that it is their right and a necessity.
Mother calls police on son for stealing van
Two teens crash into a gate after a police chase. The mother of one teen called police about the theft.
Tulsa man honored for rescuing man from fire
A Tulsa man is alive thanks to a neighbor who ran into his burning apartment to save him.
Mayfest organizers prepared for weather
The chance of severe weather could cause problems in downtown Tulsa while Mayfest and the Blue Dome Arts Festival are both going on.
Broken Arrow police arrest man accused of exposing himself
Broken Arrow police arrested a man accused of flashing a woman and her daughter and stalking them through a grocery store.
TPS Summer Cafe program to feed students this summer
Tulsa Public Schools announced dates for their Summer Café program to help feed students during the summer months.
Tulsa streets renamed for Paul McCartney concert
In celebration of Sir Paul McCartney’s return to the BOK Center May 29 and 30, several downtown streets surrounding the BOK Center have been temporarily renamed in his honor.
Plans to fund Okla. pop culture museum still alive
Backers of a museum devoted to Oklahoma popular culture say they're still hopeful state lawmakers will approve $40 million to help build it.
Shoppes on Peoria grand opening on Saturday
The Shoppes on Peoria are located at Pine and Peoria, the center has been under construction for more than a year.
Powerball reaches $600 million
The estimated cash value of the jackpot is $376.9 million.
Robbers beat up couple and steal their car
Police say robbers "pistol-whipped" a man and woman.
Raising awareness by wearing life jackets
Local Army Corps of Engineers participate in Wear Your Life Jacket to Work day to help kcik of National Safe Boating Week.
Last day to register to vote for Tulsa mayor
Friday is the last day to register to vote to be eligible to vote in Tulsa’s municipal elections next month.
Truck crashes with 7 inside, TPD says texting may be to blame
Several people are recovering after a pickup truck crashed in east Tulsa early Friday morning.
Cause of death released for Grand Lake crash victims
The State Medical Examiner’s officer released the cause of death for two people killed in a boat crash on Grand Lake.
Eagle found dead in Sequoyah County
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife are trying to find out who killed a young bald eagle.
Man arrested for exposing himself to teens
After a driver flagged them down, police tracked down a man accused of exposing his nude body to two teens at a west Tulsa park.
Tulsa Transit bus driver stabbed with pen
A Tulsa transit passenger is now in custody accused of stabbing a bus driver on Wednesday night.
Midwest refineries partially to blame for gas price spike
Three things are causing Oklahoma gas prices to jump up 27 cents this week.
Investigators say man tried to send letters to the mother of alleged victim
Jailers seize letters a Michigan tried to send to the mother of his alleged victim. He is accused of driving to Oklahoma to have sex with the minor.
Farmer's Market opens in west Tulsa
The Westside Farmer's Market officially opened on Thursday at the northwest corner of West 25th and Southwest Boulevard.
Friends remember victim of boat crash
FOX23 learned another former Cascia Hall student was behind the wheel of Tuesday’s deadly boat crash on Grand Lake.
Tulsa Red Cross volunteers ready to help Texas storm victims
Forecasters believe 10 tornadoes hit North Texas on Wednesday night.
Mother sentenced for burning toddler with flat iron
A Cherokee County woman who admitted burning her toddler with a flat iron has been sentenced to prison.
Police identify victim in Tulsa's 30th homicide
The body of a woman was found in West Tulsa.
Winds cause damage in Pittsburg County
The Pittsburg County Sheriff says high winds knocked down power lines and flipped storage units in the town of Featherston.
Gas prices nearing Tulsa record
Gas at the QuikTrip near 21st and Memorial has a gallon of regular unleaded at $3.82, up from $3.64 on Tuesday.
Unmarked Tulsa police car involved in crash on highway
An unmarked Tulsa police car was involved in a three vehicle wreck on the Broken Arrow Expressway Thursday morning.
Four teens, woman arrested after robbery in Tulsa drive thru
Four teenage boys and a woman are in custody after police say they robbed a woman at gunpoint in a McDonalds drive-thru.
Tulsa Health Department announces 5th round of results
The ongoing investigation has so far identified 70 individuals who tested positive for hepatitis C, and 5 individuals who tested positive for hepatitis B.
Oklahoma law enforcement teams up for Click It or Ticket
Starting on Monday law enforcement agencies across the state will be watching for seat belt violators.
Renaming of Brady District to be discussed at Tulsa City Council meeting
Six people are on the agenda to discuss their issues with having a district named after Tate Brady.
Sentencing delayed for former TPS athletic director
Former Tulsa Public School Athletic Director Stephanie Spring will not hear her sentence until September.
Hearing delayed for teen accused of killing mother
Westside Farmer's Market opens today
Southwest Tulsa is getting their first farmers market on 25th street & Southwest Boulevard.
Bartlesville Police investigating shooting death of a man
Man shot to death in Northwest Bartlesville
New breast milk bank set to open in OKC in two weeks
Many experts say that breast milk is the gold standard in nutrition for infants. Until recently, the only option for Tulsa area mothers with extra milk was to dump it or donate it to a milk bank in Fort Worth, Texas.
Water main break in south Tulsa
Crews are waiting for the parts to fix a busted pipe. They hope to have it fixed and water on by 1:00 a.m.
Buying breast milk online from strangers
An investigation into the casual sharing of breast milk that is happening online.
Rogers County Sheriff's Office arrests violent admitted K2 user
RCSO told FOX23 News they have been seeing more cases of synthetic marijuana users becoming violent while high on the drug.
Owasso police officer sings at national memorial
An Owasso police officer sang the national anthem at a ceremony honoring fallen law enforcement in Washington D.C. on Wednesday.
Speed, alcohol may have played role in fatal crash
The two victims are identified as Rachel Nicole Swetnam (Grove, OK) and William Lewis Varner III (Texarkana, AK).
Guardsmen return home from Afghanistan
One hundred and forty national guardsmen are home after nine months in Afghanistan.
Semi spills cinder blocks on I244
All lanes of I-244 are back open after a semi spilled it's load on Wednesday morning.
Bixby man claims to have killed 21 times
Bixby police are investigating after a man told his girlfriend he was going to kill her, they say he claimed she would not be his first victim.
Coburn questions NFL tax exempt status
Oklahoma Senator Tom Coburn thinks professional sports could help pay America's debt.
Man charged in Okla. girl's deaths wants 1 trial
A man charged in the shooting deaths of two young girls near Weleetka and the death of his 23-year-old girlfriend wants a judge to combine the separate cases so he can be tried for all three deaths at once.
Craft beer maker busted for no license on strong beer
ABLE agents haul off with craft beer making material and ingredients. ABLE says they did not have a license to sell high-point beer.
Home with meth fire may not be demolished
People in a Tulsa neighborhood met with Tulsa police and City Council members on Tuesday to talk about demolishing a so-called meth house in the area.
Sand Springs breast cancer survivor admires celebrity's double mastectomy
Celebrity Angelina Jolie announced she had a double mastectomy to prevent a breast cancer diagnosis.
Silver Alert issued for missing man
A Silver Alert has been issued for a Hectorville man missing since Monday afternoon.
Alleged murder for hire plot stopped by conscience
Investigators say a Tahlequah man tried to hire a man to kill his wife's lover, but the man he tried to hire called police.
Two bodies found in west Tulsa
Police say two bodies were found after officers called to check on well being.
Man accused of trying to cash check from nursing home resident
An alert bank teller helped police catch a man suspected of preying on an elderly person.
Senate approves budget plan
The Oklahoma Senate has given final legislative approval to a $7.1 billion general appropriations bill that will fund state government for the upcoming fiscal year that begins July 1.
Fallin signs bill changing food stamps usage
Governor Mary Fallin signed a bill putting limits on how the money can be spent.
Army Corps: campgrounds will not open
A majority of campgrounds in eastern Oklahoma will not open this summer.
Bond issues, propositions up for vote in Green Country
Green Country area voters decided several bond issues and propositions on Tuesday.
American Airlines, US Airways union reach agreement
Two major unions are agreeing to avoid a fight and instead will share representation of ground workers at American Airlines after it merges with US Airways.
Celebrity Attractions names new CEO, COO
Celebrity Attractions announced a new CEO and COO after the death of president and founder, Larry Payton.
Two arrested on child abuse allegations
Officers arrested 32-year-old Eulalio Rangel and 26-year-old Andrea Lang on Monday night.
NTSB urges states to lower drinking limit
Power restored after failed equipment causes outage in Tulsa County
At the height of the outage, around 12,000 customers were without power.
Bill Hader leaving "Saturday Night Live"
Tulsa native Bill Hader is leaving "Saturday Night Live" after an eight-year run.
Tulsa school bond vote today
On May 14th, Tulsans will vote on a $38 million school bond that would pay for safety and security improvements, and improved technology in the classroom.
TPS bond issue vote today
Tulsa Public Schools asked voters to approve a $38 million dollar bond initiative.
Midtown neighbors warn about unassuming burglar
A man dressed like a businessman is suspected of hitting homes in Midtown. One neighbor believes she saw him target a home last fall.
Tulsa voters concerned about personal info on mailers
Voters are calling Tulsa’s Election Board, concerned the race for mayor could put their personal information in jeopardy.
TPD say Tulsa homicide rate could exceed 2012
Tulsa is on track to have more homicides this year, compared to last.
Long waits to take driver's license test
Drivers are experiencing frustration over long wait times to get a driver's license.
Sexual battery suspect arrested at Tulsa walking trail
Tulsa police arrested one man suspected of sexual battery after he allegedly tried to assault a woman on the Mingo Creek trail near Admiral and Mingo on Saturday.
TPD: Major crimes down from 2012
Tulsa Police Chief Chuck Jordan says overall crime is down in Tulsa.
Flooding concerns on Illinois River
Floating and other water recreation was put on hold this weekend near Tahlequah, as the Illinois River crested above 14 feet.
Youth Services gets grant to feed homeless teens
Youth Services of Tulsa will receive a large donation to fund its runaway and homeless program.
S. Tulsa neighbors worry about abandoned dogs
Update: The owner of the dogs contacted Animal Welfare after officers posted a notice. The director of the agency says there will be no violation.
ORU students traveling to South Africa
Oral Roberts University business students will travel to South Africa to help enhance the sustainability and effectiveness of African of non-profit organizations.
Broken Arrow adding Chloramine to water
The City of Broken Arrow is converting the secondary disinfectant used to safeguard the city's drinking water is converted from chlorine to chloramine.
Law enforcement team up for Mayfest
Local law enforcement agencies team up with Mayfest organizers to try to limit underage drinking.
Okla. AG announces more mortgage protection settlements
Attorney General Scott Pruitt announced the opening of Phase II of homeowner compensation from the Oklahoma Mortgage Settlement Fund.
TPD release surveillance photos of burglary suspect
Tulsa police released surveillance photos of the suspect they say robbed a north Tulsa Walgreens in April.
TPS hosting final forum about upcoming bond issue
Tulsa Public Schools held eight public forums to discuss the 2013 Smart and Secure Schools bond.
The 219th Engineering Installation Squadron returns home
Several airmen completed one of their biggest missions to date. They have planned their approach, talked about it; some have even lived it in their mind.
Shots fired at N. Tulsa home
A drive-by shooting happened early Saturday morning, near 51st and MLK Jr. Blvd.
Eufaula soldier surprises daughter at graduation
A Eufaula senior gets a special surprise when she walks down the aisle to get her diploma.
Graduation is a memorable day but for one area high school graduate the big day came with a special surprise.
Animal Welfare puts dog owner on notice
Tulsa Animal Welfare puts a notice on a dog owner's door after a viewer alerted FOX23 News about abandoned dogs with no food or water.
Reward signs and surveillance cameras posted to fight crime
Three reward signs are posted in the front yard and surveillance cameras are mounted around the north Tulsa home.
Deputies arrest one burglary suspect; another on the run
Rogers County Sheriff’s deputies have one man in custody and are searching for another man after getting called to a burglary in progress.
Man arrested after allegedly stealing Henryetta police car with K9 officer inside
A man who police said stole a Henryetta police car with the K-9 officer inside is now behind bars.
Man charged after alligator found in south Tulsa
Tulsa police called the wildlife department after finding a large alligator in a car in south Tulsa.
Student in custody after explosion in Bartlesville
School officials tell FOX22 the incident occurred at Bartlesville High School when a student created a small explosion in a high school parking lot on Thursday.
TCC has record number of graduates
Picher tornado struck 5 years ago
Friday is the fifth anniversary of the tornado that killed six people in Picher.
Gov. Fallin signs marriage promotion bill
House Bil 1908 moves money toward a fund directed to create public service announcements that would tell Oklahomans that marriage can reduce your chances of living in poverty.
Deal in place to keep towers open
The Transportation Departments says 149 control towers at small airports that were slated for closure will remain - open at least through Sept. 30.
Tulsa Pulse at Guthrie Green on Saturday
This free all-day event at Guthrie Green, 111 East Brady Street, will showcase Tulsa's health and fitness offerings.
Stamp Out Hunger on Saturday
Saturday morning the Tulsa community can “stamp out hunger” by putting food out with the mail.
Trailer released for "August: Osage County
The first trailer has been released for the highly anticipated film.
TFD called to house fire in north Tulsa
Tulsa fire crews were called early Friday to a house fire near I-244 & Lewis.
Registered sex offenders lives by school and park
FOX23 News has been investigating how certain sex offenders are allowed to live in safe zones. A registered sex offender living by a school is accused of attacking a teen.
Drumright mother waits five weeks for children's test results
Two former patients of dentist Dr. Scott Harrington, who is under investigation for malpractice, have waited five weeks to get their test results back after testing for hepatitis B, C, and HIV.
Businesses and residents respond after explosive device found in Tahlequah
Several businesses in Tahlequah were evacuated on Thursday as an added precaution following the threat of an explosive device near AmeriGas propane in Tahlequah.
Registered sex offender accused of lewd molestation of teen
Broken Arrow police arrested a man they say grabbed a teen and attempted to assault her as she walked to school.
Undercover buy leads to drug bust in Okmulgee County
Undercover law enforcement officers busted an Okmulgee County convenience store for selling synthetic drugs, such as K2, authorities said Thursday.
911 calls from Eufaula explosion released
Phone calls made to 911 are creating a clearer picture of what happened in the moments after an explosion at a Eufaula sandblasting plant on Monday
Tulsa County Sheriff's Deputy passes away
Deputy John Schonholtz died on Thursday after a long battle with cancer
Goose with arrow injury spotted in west Tulsa
A goose with an arrow in its tail was spotted on Thursday morning at River West Festival Park in Tulsa.
FOP will not endorse mayoral candidate in primary
The FOP said each candidate had strong points, but each had areas of concern for their members.
Tulsa police search for Walmart robbery suspect
Tulsa police are searching for a man they say robbed a Walmart on Wednesday morning.
Real estate blog ranks Tulsa as one of 'most redneck'
Tulsa named one of the most redneck cities by a real estate blog.
Tahlequah police defuse suspicious device
Investigators defused a suspicious device.
Tulsa airport sees increase in passengers
Tulsa International Airport saw an increase in passengers in April 2013; the increase broke a streak of flat or declining numbers.
DA says unclear how long Harrington investigation will last
The Tulsa County District Attorney’s office says there is no timetable about when the investigation into a Tulsa dentist and oral surgeon could be complete.
Man killed in Riverside crash identified
Tulsa police say a person is dead after a fiery crash near 36th & Riverside.
Women hit after shooter opens fire near apartments
Suspect fires several rounds early Thursday morning near the Western Pine Apartments in West Tulsa.
Inola man finds stolen lawn mower in an AR ad online
The Rogers County Sheriff's Office was able to deliver an Inola man's stolen $4,000 lawn mower, after he found it listed through an Arkansas pawn shop's Craigslist ad online.
Letter warns Eufaula sandblasting owner about permits
FOX23 News reviewed a copy of the letter sent from the City of Eufaula to Ford Sandblasting to stop work until it had proper permits.
Bear wanders into Tahlequah neighborhood
Several law enforcement agencies respond to a Tahlequah neighborhood to try and get a young bear out of the tree.
Volunteer firefighters crucial in Eufaula explosion
Volunteer firefighters are strapped for training or resources for a propane explosion but aggressively fought the fire to keep kids and neighbors out of danger.
Police arrest 4 men in burglary investigation
Tulsa police have arrested 4 people as part of a burglary investigation.
Fallen officers remembered in Green Country
The families of nearly 20 Tulsa first-responders who died in the line of duty last year were among those at Chandler Park this morning for a special ceremony.
Bear found in Tahlequah tree, removed
Crews used tranquilizers to get bear out of tree in neighborhood.
Tulsa family hopes missing woman found soon
A Tulsa family is praying for a break in the case of April McCaslin, who's been missing for more than a year.
OSHA investigating Eufaula explosion
The Occupational Safety & Health Administration is investigating an explosion at a sandblasting plant in Eufaula.
Train hits semi in Pawnee County
Fire ignites after a train hits a semi truck in Pawnee County.
Tulsa County jail getting more beds to deal with overcrowding
County commissioners have approved an additional 200 portable beds and 60 bunk beds to make sure the jail is better-prepared for any influx of new inmates.
Man arrested after bomb found in Claremore home
A man is behind bars after explosives were found inside a Claremore home on Tuesday night.
House Democrats push to end testing contract
House Democrats filed a resolution to terminate the testing contract for public schools after issues with the server cause numerous testing issues.
Tulsa's airport terminal now on Google Maps
Tulsa's airport has partnered with Google Maps to give visitors an inside look at the terminal to help find where they are going.
Eufaula hospital phone lines down during explosion
Epic Medical Center's phone lines were not working for 18 hours, including during a propane tank explosion that inujured two people.
Cherokee County war on synthetic drugs
Law enforcement says they are seeing progress in the war on synthetic drugs.
Tulsa family gains hope
Passing through 46th and MLK, there are plenty of reminders: street signs, stop lights and a large picture of Tina Pitts. The portrait sits in the front yard of her family’s house.
Witnesses felt propane explosion in Eufaula
Neighbors describe the homes and windows shake from the propane explosion at Eufaula’s Ford Sandblasting on Tuesday
Men injured in explosion in Eufaula in critical condition
The McIntosh County Sheriff Department is on the scene of an explosion at a sand blasting plant.
18-month old dies after brain bleed, two charged
A mother's boyfriend is now facing murder charges after an 18-month old died. The toddler was taken to the hospital and diagnosed with a brain bleed.
Lindbergh Elementary evacuated after gas leak
A natural gas leak has forced the evacuation of a Tulsa elementary school.
Ticket prices for Justin Timberlake show at BOK Center
The pop star will bring his 20/2 Experience tour to Tulsa.
Arrest made in west Tulsa shooting death
Wilver Saculian is in the Tulsa County jail, held on several complaints including first degree murder.
Hertz moving headquarters to Florida
Hertz is moving its headquarters from New Jersey to Florida, putting the company in the middle of a key travel market and trimming corporate expenses after its $2.3 billion buyout of one-time rival, Dollar Thrifty.
Officials turn to social media to notify Harrington Patients
State health officials say they will use social media, agency websites and media releases to reach more patients of Dr. Scott Harrington to urge testing.
Jail overcrowding taking toll on detention officers
Continued overcrowding at the David L. Moss Detention Center in Tulsa County is taking its toll on detention officers, causing high turnover rates
Broken Arrow chiropractor's sign makes drivers uncomfortable
A Broken Arrow chiropractor of 35 years put what drivers call an "insensitive' sign on his street message board, he claims that was not his intent.
Midtown neighbors want meth home demolished
A public hearing has been scheduled to consider demolishing a home where two meth fires have exploded in two years.
DOC funding impacting Tulsa County Jail
The Department of Corrections says it needs more money to keep up with the growing inmate population, but Governor Mary Fallin's new budget doesn't include any
Jail overcrowding causing overtime
Detention officers are working overtime to keep up with the demands of an overcrowded Tulsa County Jail.
ORU basketball player arrested over the weekend
22-year-old Steven Roundtree is accused of assaulting his girlfriend, who's pregnant with his child.
Man shot in leg in north Tulsa
A man is in the hospital after he was shot in the leg at a north Tulsa apartment complex.
Four Oklahoma companies on Fortune list
Fortune magazine released its list of the 500 largest corporations in the country.
FBI raid in Minnesota was 'disrupted terror attack'
The FBI says it believes "a terror attack was disrupted" when authorities raided a western Minnesota mobile home.
Water outage planned for Creek County rural water district #2
Officials in Creek County say the water is back on...
Educare honored for education excellence
Tulsa Educare, Inc. received the Oklahoma Nonprofit Excellence Award for Education.
Flying out of Tulsa costs more
A new report by an air consulting firm says flights from the Tulsa International Airport are among the most expensive in the nation.
TPS ramps up efforts for 2013 bond proposal
2013 Safe and Secure Schools bond is two weeks away from the ballot, TPS will hold eight public forums to get the community talking.
Group walks for three days to remember fallen hero
Group of police officers, Marines and others start 69 mile trek to Stillwater Monday in honor of Corporal Jared Shoemaker
Wet weather hurts Tulsa's Cinco de Mayo festivals
The rain detered people from celebrating Cinco de Mayo in downtown Tulsa, but also made for a low number of DUI arrests.
The OKC Thunder help to boost sales at local restaurants
The Oklahoma City Thunder won the first game of the second round of the playoffs on Sunday. So far, the basketball tournament has given Thunder fans something to smile about and, is creating a big economic impact for area businesses.
Habitat for Humanity; Tulsa family recieved keys to their new home
The City of Tulsa along with Tulsa Habitat for Humanity, the Crutchfield Neighborhood Association and HIlti teamed up for a four-day revitalization project, “A Brush with Kindness”.
Rogers County emergency shelter in need of help
Rogers County Youth Service Center is hosting an auction to raise money to keep the doors open.
Man charged with child abuse has violent past
An ex-girlfriend of Scott Bolden, accused in a child's death says she was abused by Bolden. Assault charges are pending in that case.
Muskogee Special Investigations Unit Street Crews take steps to lower crime
Crime and drug busts can rise as the warmer we weather approaches. A division of the Muskogee Police Special Investigations Unit is taking preventative steps to try to keep crime numbers from rising.
City of Tulsa surplus auction on Saturday
The City of Tulsa will hold its surplus property auction on Saturday, May 4th.
Oklahoma soldier killed in Kuwait
The Department of Defense announced the death of two soldiers who were supporting Operation Enduring Freedom.
Glenpool prescription drug drop off underway
Prescription drug abuse is the fastest growing drug problem in Oklahoma and one community is working to make sure drugs don’t end up in the wrong hands.
Jenks hosting food truck festival
Jenks is hosting a food truck festival downtown on Saturday.
Volunteers needed in Crutchfield neighborhood
Crews are working to give the Crutchfield neighborhood, near Independence and N. Peoria, a makeover.
Arraignment delayed for man in grandmother death
Arraignment has been delayed for a Bartlesville man accused in the death of his 81-year-old grandmother.
Okla. court affirms life sentence in child's death
An Oklahoma appeals court has upheld the life prison sentence of a man convicted of first-degree murder in the death of his girlfriend's 3-year-old son.
Execution date set for Oklahoma death row inmate
An Oklahoma death row inmate convicted of the rape and murder of his girlfriend's mother is to be executed June 25.
Okla. trying to find juvenile patients of dentist
Oklahoma's Office of Juvenile Affairs says it's working to track down at least 191 former patients treated by a Tulsa oral surgeon being investigated for unsanitary conditions at his clinics.
Police say no 'suspicious package' found at midtown scene
Officers got a call about a suspicious package near 21st & the B.A. Expressway but did not find anything dangerous.
Quiktrip opening in Muskogee
The city of Muskogee announces plans to bring in the first Quiktrip to the city.
Mother says 9-year-old sexually assaulted her daughter
Tulsa Public Schools poilice investigated a case where a boy is accused of forcing himself on a third grader on a school bus.
Extreme temperatures hurting Green Country cattle
Local ranchers worry their livestock could get sick in the back-to-back extreme temperatures.
Tulsans respond to the colder May weather
The temperature fluctuations in May have many people in Green Country wondering; where did spring go?
Buble to play BOK Center
Michael Bublé’s 40 city US concert tour includes a stop at the BOK Center on October 16th.
Governor, lawmakers reach budget deal
Leaders in the Republican-controlled Legislature have reached an agreement with Gov. Mary Fallin on a $7.1 billion budget that includes major boosts in funding for public education, health care and state infrastructure improvements.
Owasso police search for thief who stole meds from ambulance
The search is on for a thief in Owasso after 45 vials of drugs were stolen from six ambulances.
Nowata authorities looking for man wanted for abuse
Locust Grove teen beaten nearly to death
Mayes County detectives are investigating after a 17-year-old nearly beat a 14-year-old boy to death.
Firefighters battled fire at south Tulsa apartment complex
Tulsa firefighters are working to determine the cause of a fire at a south Tulsa apartment complex on Thursday morning.
Tulsa firefighters say winds helped house fire spread
Tulsa firefighters say strong winds are to blame for a house fire spreading on Thursday morning.
Mother pleads guilty after child found in cage
A Tulsa woman pleaded guilty to child neglect after one of her children was found locked in a metal dog cage and her husband passed out on drugs and alcohol in their home.
Funeral arrangements made for Nate Waters
Longtime community activists Nate Waters passed away at the age of 35.
Charges files after toddler found with dead man in Jenks
The toddler's grandmother, Ginger Rolan, and her roommate, Amy Latimer, are now charged with one count of child neglect.
Owasso names new police chief
Deputy Chief Scott Chambless has been promoted to lead the department.
Homeless man run over while asleep
A homeless man sleeping under a semi truck is run over and killed.
Dept. of Labor cracks down on unlicensed locksmiths
The Department of Labor wants the public to start asking to see locksmiths’ licenses before they help them unlock their vehicles, or homes
Surviving a home invasion
In a FOX23 News special report, a family who used lethal force against an intruder. FOX23 News sits down with a family and an officer on how to prepare for a home invasion.
Minors help Oklahoma ABLE Commission crack down on underage drinking
The Oklahoma ABLE Commission along with the Osage County Sheriff’s Office will hold a two-day training for police officers on alcohol laws, identifying fake ID’s, conducting underage buys. Law enforcement from five different counties attended the session.
Temperature changes: cold front coming tonight
Tulsans are packing the trails before freezing temperatures are expected to arrive in Green Country
Tulsa man arrested in child porn case
Investigators with the Oklahoma Attorney General’s Office, a member of the Oklahoma Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, arrested a Tulsa man for child pornography.
Investigators say mother paid for man to travel to meet teen alone
Last week, FOX23 reported about a Michigan man arrested, accused of driving to Oklahoma to have sex with a teen.
Papers filed for Hilberling's appeal
A Tulsa woman convicted of murdering her husband will appeal her conviction.
Lawmaker fired up over idea to use incomplete school test scores
A state lawmaker is blasting the Department of Education's attempt to use partially completed math test results for high stakes testing.
Parents frustrated with school testing issues
The state department of education is extending the testing window for students after the server failed two days in a row.
John H. Williams passes away
Tulsa businessman John H. Williams has died.
TPS Superintendent calls testing issues 'disastrous'
Tulsa Public School Superintendent Keith Ballard says the students and teachers of Tulsa Public Schools, along with other districts across Oklahoma, have been subjected to an online testing debacle that is “nothing short of disastrous.”
Stilwell student finalist in Google doodle contest
Stilwell student named one of Google's state winners in the Doodle 4 Google competition.
Center of the Universe music festival
Organizers announced Wednesday that a major summer music festival will take place in Tulsa’s own Brady Arts District.
Tulsa firefighters PAC endorses Kathy Taylor
The Tulsa Firefighters PAC endorsed Kathy Taylor in the mayoral election.
Donor urges TCC to name center after Nate Waters
The proposed Nate Waters Physical Therapy Clinic at TCC will carry out Waters' passion of education and helping others.
More lawsuits filed against accused Tulsa Dentist
A former patient of local accused dentist, Dr. Scott Harrington, is suing him for possibly infecting her with what she calls severe illnesses.
Lawmakers call for testing moratorium after mishap
Some state legislators are calling for a moratorium on public school testing after a number of computer glitches were reported by state education officials.
Lockdown lifted at Tulsa elementary school
Jarman Elementary in the Union district was briefly placed on lockdown on Wednesday morning.
Server issues impacting state school testing
Computer servers issues are preventing students statewide from taking standarized tests.