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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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BOK Center Announces $4.7 Million Renovation
09/14/2019 2:49pm

The BOK Center has reportedly begun a $4.7 million renovation that will add a new entrance and revamped area inside BOK that will be known as the River Spirit Casino Resort Lounge.

Sources: Woman Arrested In Connection With Beggs Triple Homicide Victim
09/13/2019 10:24pm

One person has been arrested in connection to an on-going investigation of a triple homicide that took place in Okmulgee County.

2 Arrested For Possession Of A Stolen Vehicle And Drugs
09/14/2019 8:15am

Tulsa police have two people in custody on charges of possession of a stolen vehicle and possession of meth with intent to distribute.

Hurts Has 439 Scrimmage Yards, No. 5 Oklahoma's Routs UCLA
09/14/2019 10:41pm

Jalen Hurts racked up 439 scrimmage yards, became the first Oklahoma quarterback to pass for 200 yards and rush for 100 in the first half and directed the fifth-ranked Sooners to scores on their first six drives in a 48-14 rout of UCLA on Saturday night.

Hubbard's 256 Yards, 3 TDs Lead Oklahoma St. Past Tulsa
09/14/2019 7:06pm

Chuba Hubbard rushed for a career-high 256 yards and three touchdowns, and Oklahoma State defeated Tulsa 40-21 on Saturday afternoon. Hubbard ripped off touchdown runs of 75 and 30 yards in the first four minutes of the game. His first score came on the f

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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Will DC awaken to Putin’s nuclear aim?
09/14/2019 10:43am

While America obsessed over the alleged suicide of Jeffrey Epstein, the 74th anniversaries of Hiroshima and Nagaski atomic bombings on Aug. 6 and 9passed relatively little noticed despite Russian testing, this past Aug. 8, of a nuclear super-weapon aimed at our future. On that day, Thurs. Aug. 8, Russias experimental nuclear-powered cruise missile, the

Parents storm state capitals over vaccines
09/14/2019 10:29am

Baby shots used to be a boring subject taken for granted. As the number of vaccines grew from seven in the 1980s to 16 requiring 70 doses now, most parents obediently brought their children to the doctor when shots were due. The compliance rate was more than 90 percent. Parents who objected for one reason

AG Hunter alert on at-home rape kits
09/14/2019 10:19am

Attorney General Mike Hunter Thursday issued a consumer alert and sent cease and desist letters to The Preserve Group, LLC. and the MeToo Kits Company to inform the companies they are in violation of Oklahomas consumer protection laws for using misleading statements when attempting to market sexual assault evidence kits for at-home use in the

Bedlam blood battle wins free fair ticket
09/14/2019 9:59am

Give blood at Oklahoma Blood Institutes Tulsa Donor Center from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., on Saturday, September 14 and make a life-saving difference for their fellow Oklahomans. All blood donors will receive one free gate admission to the Tulsa State Fair with a free hot dog and chips In addition, donors may choose an

Google Engineer: Tech dangerous, taking sides
07/24/2019 8:39am

Project Veritas provides this on-the-record interview with Google Sr. Engineer Greg Coppola following a series of insider Google reports, including internal Google documents which exposed political bias, algorithmic unfairness, and the use of blacklists at YouTube. Coppola works on artificial intelligence and the Google Assistant: Its time to decide, do we run the technology, or

Tulsa World
Tulsa World

315 S Boulder Ave
Tulsa, OK 74103   Directions

(918) 581-8400

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Wayne Greene: Tulsa Public School looks to make up a $20 million budget hole, but the state continues to prevent Tulsa taxpayers from reinvesting in their schools
09/15/2019 12:20am

Tulsa has a bounty of valuable property to tax some $2.4 billion worth within the TPS boundaries in 2017, according to Tulsa County reporting. The 36 mills produced $87.5 million.

Ginnie Graham: Saying goodbye to pills by encouraging lifestyle medicine specialties in health care
09/15/2019 12:20am

The OU-TU School of Community Medicine has become of the nations first medical schools to offer a lifestyle medicine specialty curriculum.

'Something I was thrust into': Tiffany Crutcher fights for justice, police reform long after her brother's death
09/15/2019 12:15am

The Tulsa World conducted an interview with Terence Crutchers sister ahead of the three-year anniversary of his death. She described the relentless pursuit of justice and shared her thoughts on how activism has changed her life.Related story: In 3 years

What happened to Mayor Bynum's police oversight proposal? Tulsa City Council not completely sold on it
09/15/2019 12:05am

As councilors prepared to vote on the Office of the Independent Monitor, last-minute amendments to the proposal and public opposition to it left approval of the plan in doubt.Mayor scraps police oversight plan alternative in worksTulsa City Council delays vote

Teacher uses flags to make more welcoming environment for immigrant students
09/15/2019 12:00am

Parker said the flags created a welcoming environment for students trying to navigate a new homeland, along with helping him create a deeper connection with his students.

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