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Suspect Shot, Killed After Confronting Officers During Arrest, Cherokee Nation Marshals Say
Suspect Shot, Killed After Confronting Officers During Arrest, Cherokee Nation Marshals Say

A suspect was shot and killed after confronting officers while they were serving an arrest warrant in Mayes County, Cherokee Nation Marshals said. The suspect presented a pistol at the officers serving the arrest warrant and then barricaded himself in his residence, according to Marshals.

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Fire Spreads To 3 Tulsa Homes; Crews Deal With Fast-Moving Winds
Fire Spreads To 3 Tulsa Homes; Crews Deal With Fast-Moving Winds

The Tulsa Fire Department is on the scene of a fire that has spread to three homes near 2811 E 81st Pl.

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OHP Says Not Enough Drivers Are Following Oklahoma's Move Over Law
OHP Says Not Enough Drivers Are Following Oklahoma's Move Over Law

OHP and ODOT are stressing the importance of the state's law that requires drivers to move over if they see flashing lights on the side of the road. They said if it's a first responder, tow truck driver, or even just a driver, you must move over.

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Oklahoma Doctors Talk About 'Triple Epidemic': COVID, RSV And Flu
Oklahoma Doctors Talk About 'Triple Epidemic': COVID, RSV And Flu

With the holiday season in full swing, doctors said it is important to stay vigilant because many illnesses are going around. Doctors are calling it a triple epidemic.

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Tulsa Firefighters Work Gas Leak Near 46th St. North & MLK Jr. Blvd
Tulsa Firefighters Work Gas Leak Near 46th St. North & MLK Jr. Blvd

Tulsa Fire Department is responding to a gas leak near 12500 E. 46th St. North on Tuesday afternoon.

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President Biden Calls On Congress To Block Potential Rail Workers Strike
President Biden Calls On Congress To Block Potential Rail Workers Strike

The possibility of an economically devastating rail strike next month appears to be dwindling as congressional leaders, at President Biden’s urging, have signaled their willingness to quickly pass legislation forcing unions to adopt the labor deal negotiated with the help of the administration last summer.

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Landmark Same-Sex Marriage Bill Wins Senate Passage
Landmark Same-Sex Marriage Bill Wins Senate Passage

The Senate passed bipartisan legislation Tuesday to protect same-sex marriages, an extraordinary sign of shifting national politics on the issue and a measure of relief for the hundreds of thousands of same-sex couples who have married since the Supreme Court’s 2015 decision that legalized gay marriage nationwide.

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Lawmakers Ask AG O’Connor For Clarity On ‘Self-Administered’ Abortions
Lawmakers Ask AG O’Connor For Clarity On ‘Self-Administered’ Abortions

A group of state lawmakers has requested that the Attorney General make some clarifications on 'self-administered' abortions.

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Oklahoma Corporation Commission Breaks Down Rising Costs
Oklahoma Corporation Commission Breaks Down Rising Costs

We spoke with the Oklahoma Corporation Commission who broke down the cost increases from both utility companies since January 2022 to present day. 

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Retired TPS Cafeteria Worker Gets Free Home Repairs By Revitalize T-Town
Retired TPS Cafeteria Worker Gets Free Home Repairs By Revitalize T-Town

A long time Tulsa Public School cafeteria worker is getting a makeover on the home she’s lived in for half a century, thanks to Revitalize T-Town. The organization has helped several homeowners with free homes repairs this year.

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Judge Rules Results Of District 5 Race Are Valid
Judge Rules Results Of District 5 Race Are Valid

A Tulsa County judge denied the voting irregularity petition of City Council candidate Mykey Arthrell on Monday and ruled that the results of the District 5 City Council race are valid.

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Watch: Tulsa Botanic Garden Lights Up For the Holiday Season
Watch: Tulsa Botanic Garden Lights Up For the Holiday Season

From walking the decorated paths to making s'mores, visitors can celebrate the holiday season in a unique way at the Tulsa Botanic Garden of Lights.

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Food On The Move Launches $7.5M 'The Food Home' Project
Food On The Move Launches $7.5M 'The Food Home' Project

Food on the Move plans to use technology to help feed people in Tulsa. The project is called Food Home and it uses methods like hydroponics and aquaponics to help people grow their own food.

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