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Tulsa International Airport reports increase in traffic
Tulsa airport officials released March activity reports that show passenger activity was up 8.3% over March a year ago at Tulsa International Airport.
Tucson street in Broken Arrow to re-open on Friday
Tucson Street will be opened to traffic the afternoon of Friday, April 18, that’s a change from the scheduled opening on April 16.
Tulsa police investigating stolen Native American art
3 Tulsa police officers being hailed as heroes after saving clerk's life
Officers Kerns, Lagrone and Weakley used special first aid kits to keep shooting victim alive. Video Watch This Video
Washington County deputies increase patrols to stop arson
Washington County sheriff’s deputies said they will step up patrols to find who is responsible for setting more than 100 grass fires. Video Watch This Video
Organizers, city councilor disagree on east Tulsa festival location
FOX23 has learned new developments in a fight over an east Tulsa festival after organizers said the celebration will go forward for this year’s Cinco de Mayo festival despite a vote from the area’s city councilor. Video Watch This Video
Officials crack down on underage drinking in Tulsa County
The Oklahoma ABLE Commission, the Tulsa County Health Department and local law enforcement officials said they will crack down on underage drinking. Video Watch This Video
Idol tour comes to Tulsa
The American Idol LIVE! Tour will stop at Tulsa’s Brady Theater on July 30.
Police seek help identifying bank robber
On April 16, a white male robbed the City National Bank located at 5801 E. 41st Street.
TPS to vote on outsourcing bus management
Tulsa Public Schools is just one vote away from outsourcing their school bus management to a Missouri company. Video Watch This Video
ODOT construction blocking Tulsa family’s driveway
Construction expected to improve the drive for countless Tulsans is causing more problems than its solving for one south Tulsa family. Video Watch This Video
Good Samaritan allegedly stops alleged child abuse
A case of alleged child abuse at an east Tulsa hotel on Tuesday night led to two babies being taken from their parents. Video Watch This Video
Truck, equipment stolen from construction site
Workers said they noticed the stolen vehicle at the start of the work shift Wednesday morning. Video Watch This Video
Police release photos of shooting suspect
Tulsa police are looking for a suspect they think shot a man during a drug deal on April 13th.
Jerry Seinfeld to perform in Tulsa
Jerry Seinfeld, will perform his stand-up routine at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center on June 7.
Muskogee police investigate threats against students
Muskogee police are investigating an alleged threat made by a Muskogee Public School student. Video Watch This Video
Meningitis case in Tulsa County
The Tulsa County Health Department is investigating a case of meningitis.
Downtown power outages
Power in the area of the BOK Center was out for just under an hour this morning.
Broken Arrow restaurant robbed at gunpoint
Police say a KFC in Broken Arrow was robbed at gunpoint just after closing Tuesday night. Video Watch This Video
Dog owners at odds over new Cherry Street Farmers Market rule
The Cherry Street Farmers Market will be a little different this weekend. After 16-years of being people and pet friendly, the market is saying no pets allowed. Video Watch This Video
Broken Arrow woman says medical condition saved her during Boston Marathon bombing
A Broken Arrow woman told FOX23 a medical condition that threatens her life may have saved her during the Boston Marathon bombings. Video Watch This Video
Armed robbery in South Tulsa
Police say thieves used stolen credit card right in front of victim
Three woman used a woman's stolen credit card to pay for their nails as she waited for hers to be finished. Video Watch This Video
Tahlequah woman feels guilt for finishing Boston Marathon
A Tahlequah woman is feeling a bit of survivor's guilt or "finisher's guilt," as she called it, for finishing the Boston Marathon knowing the bombings kept thousands of runners from achieving that goal. Video Watch This Video
Appeals court orders Owasso officer reinstated
The Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals reversed a lower court’s ruling and ordered the city of Owasso to reinstate police officer Mike Denton.
Tulsa police investigating third assault on women in east Tulsa
Tulsa police are investigating a third attack on a woman in east Tulsa. Video Watch This Video
Clerk recovering after shooting, police searching for gunman
Tulsa police are trying to get to the bottom of who shot and left a man for dead in east Tulsa Monday night. Video Watch This Video
Crime near 61st and Peoria showing drop
FOX23 dug through police records that compare crime in January, February and March of last year to those same months this year. Video Watch This Video
No injuries when school bus hit by car in east Tulsa
No students were injured when a Union school bus was involved in a crash.
Mother upset no one charged in son’s death
A mother told FOX23 she's sick of waiting for answers in her son's murder. Video Watch This Video
Gilcrease Elementary School lock down lifted
Gilcrease Elementary School was on lock down briefly.
New house helping Tulsa women recovering from addiction
A program that helps women struggling with different kinds of addiction in Tulsa officially opened its doors.
Smoke near Holly Refinery from fire training
Officials with the Holly Refinery told FOX23 smoke seen in the area is from fire training.
Cherry Street Farmer's Market asking people to leave dogs at home
They board voted to ask customers to leave pets at home after a customer was attacked and bitten by a dog on the market’s opening day, April 5.
Police: Rash of burglaries in Brookside
A Brookside burglar is on the loose. The Tulsa Police Department says the person or people have hit twelve times in as many days, and those are only the ones reported. Video Watch This Video
Broken Arrow teachers, administrators worried about school testing software
Students across Green Country sat in front of a computer screen for the first day of online state testing Monday. Video Watch This Video
Cold temps in April could hurt peach crop in Porter
Just a matter of a few degrees can make or break the peach crop in Porter. Video Watch This Video
Delivery truck crashes into telephone pole
A delivery truck crashed into a telephone pole in Sand Springs. Video Watch This Video
Cold weather impacts Tulsa businesses
Nurseries and garden centers across Green Country prepped for the bitter temperatures Monday night. Video Watch This Video
Humane Society of Tulsa closed for emergency repairs
The Humane Society of Tulsa is currently closed for emergency plumbing repairs.
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