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KFAQ AM 1170 Talk Radio
KFAQ AM 1170 Talk Radio

4590 E 29th St
Tulsa, OK 74114   Directions

(918) 743-7814

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KJRH-TV 2
KJRH-TV 2

3701 S Peoria Ave
Tulsa, OK 74105   Directions

(918) 743-2222

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KMRG News FM102.3 AM740
KMRG News FM102.3 AM740

7136 S Yale Ave Suite 500
Tulsa, OK 74136   Directions

(918) 493-7400

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KOKI-TV FOX 23
KOKI-TV FOX 23

2625 S Memorial Dr
Tulsa, OK 74129   Directions

(918) 491-0023

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KOTV-TV News On 6
KOTV-TV News On 6

303 N Boston Ave
Tulsa, OK 74103   Directions

(918) 732-6000

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Deputies Continue Search For Autistic Rogers Co. Teen
10/15/2019 9:12pm

The Rogers County Sheriffs Office is searching for an 18-year-old with autism.

'Random Act Of Violence' Changes Everything For Oklahoma Family
10/15/2019 6:08pm

An Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper and his wife are devastated over the murder of their 22-year-old son, Ben.

Judge Admits Mathematical Error In Oklahoma Opioid Ruling
10/15/2019 4:15pm

Johnson & Johnsonattorneys were back in front of the judge on Tuesday arguing about the amount of money the judge ordered the company to pay in the State of Oklahomas case.

Catastrophic Flooding Risk Remains Until Levee System Fixed, Tulsa County Leaders Say
10/15/2019 5:27pm

Tuesday the National Weather Service, Army Corps of Engineers and County leaders met to evaluate their response during the May floods and what could be changed moving forward.

Pair Behind Bars In Haskell County Burglary Investigation
10/15/2019 5:16pm

Two people are behind bars in connection to several burglaries in Haskell County.

KTUL-TV ABC 8
KTUL-TV ABC 8

3333 S 29th W Ave
Tulsa, OK 74107   Directions

(918) 445-8888

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Oklahoma Educational Television Authority
Oklahoma Educational Television Authority

7403 N Kelley Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73111   Directions

(405) 848-8501

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Tulsa Business and Legal News
Tulsa Business and Legal News

524 S Main St
Broken Arrow, OK 74012   Directions

(918) 585-6655

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Tulsa Today
Tulsa Today

Tulsa, OK

(918) 851-2429

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Tulsa battles history in mistaken honor
10/15/2019 10:05am

Tulsas Leftist mayor and City Council with help from the daily newspaper continues a war on history and fact in todays coverage of Native American Day yesterday you remember the day, the national holiday Columbus Day. Granted some just hate Italian-Americans or Catholics and some in history like Karl Marx provide foundation for those

First Lady Stitt: Growing up with mental illness
10/10/2019 10:16am

Whitney Bryen with Oklahoma Watch offers an excellent video interview with Oklahomas First Lady Sarah Stitt on her mission to raise awareness and address mental illness issues in Oklahoma. Bryen writes: Undiagnosed or untreated mental illness in her family plagued Oklahoma First Lady Sarah Stitts childhood. But now she is telling her story to inspire

Preview party: “Live from Cain’s” pubic radio show
10/09/2019 10:30am

To celebrate the launch of a new public radio show concept originating from Tulsas historic Cains Ballroom, the nonprofit Live From Cains will host a listening party at Marshall Brewing Co.s Tap Room Tuesday Oct. 29 you are invited to attend free of charge. Kelly Burley and Julie Watson, co-producers of Live From Cains announced

Crisis mongering duplicity on Ukraine
10/07/2019 5:17pm

The old rule since crime began is never ever give up the con. Keep spinning lies and never admit guilt. A similar old legal aphorism goes, If you have the facts, pound the facts. If you have the law, pound the law. If you have neither, pound the table. The current crisis mongering of the

Thoughts on Leon Russell
10/07/2019 2:49pm

Thinking about Leon because this new book just came out: Leon Russell In His Own Words, edited by Steve Todoroff and John Wooley. Todoroff has been working on a Leon book for at least 30 years that I know. Todoroff ambitiously had some conscripts go through the union logs in L.A. to find how many

Tulsa World
Tulsa World

315 S Boulder Ave
Tulsa, OK 74103   Directions

(918) 581-8400

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Bixby educator-turned-administrator wins national award recognizing teacher excellence
10/16/2019 12:30am

Jessica Jernegans commitment to advocacy played a significant role in her being selected. As the former president of the local Oklahoma Education Association chapter, she led daily protests at the state Capitol during the teacher walkout last year.

Attendance at Tulsa State Fair up slightly this year
10/16/2019 12:30am

Despite a stormy opening day, the Tulsa State Fair this year saw attendance increase slightly as officials report an estimated 1,040,000 visitors, compared with 1,025,000 in 2018.

State regent resigns following criticism of his role in opioid appeal
10/16/2019 12:30am

Andy Lester steps down as regent due to possible conflict of interest.

TCC celebrates grand opening of chemistry and biology labs at Metro Campus
10/16/2019 12:30am

Tulsa Community College student Nikki Morgan is no longer complaining about the antiquated science labs at the Metro Campus.Tulsa Community College announces $20-million campaign to enhance student services

Tulsa police officer was justified in killing armed suspect fleeing into neighborhood, district attorney rules
10/16/2019 12:30am

District Attorney Steve Kunzweiler said Tuesday that Officer Dean Montgomery was justified in killing Eric Portillo because Portillo posed a great risk of bodily harm to the public when he attempted to run into a neighborhood while holding a gun.

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