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Cold weather caused low tornado count, experts say
Oklahoma's extremely cold winter last year and earlier this year likely kept the number of tornadoes this past spring at the state's lowest levels since 1988, weather experts say.
Mon Sep 01, 2014
Local Group Hosts Rally To Put Maternity Care In The Spotlight
"When they know about all of their options, they can make decisions that are right for them, and in a lot of cases, protect themselves from harm," said Missy David with Improving Birth.
Olive Garden Delivers Thanks To Local Firefighters
Olive Garden served up a big helping of "thank yous" to first responders all across the country, Monday - including here in Tulsa.
2014 tornado count could be new record low
Weather experts say the extremely cold winter and the mild summer likely helped keep the number of tornadoes in Oklahoma at the lowest level in more than 20 years.
Hundreds Spent Labor Day Running On Tulsa's Turkey Mountain
Runners were out early and we caught up with many of them as they were warming up for Monday's big race.
Man with homicide conviction back in jail
A man with a homicide conviction is in the Tulsa County jail after accusations of disturbing the peace at a Tulsa apartment building.
No trash service for Tulsa residents on Labor Day
If you live in the City of Tulsa and have an emergency, such as a broken water line, you can call the city's 24-hour emergency line: 596-9488.
Sun Aug 31, 2014
Victim attacked with pipe during robbery
A man was robbed and beaten by two men at the Royal Oaks Condominiums near 66th and Lewis overnight.
Suspect takes dog along on police chase
A man believed to be intoxicated, took Tulsa officers on a chase early Sunday morning.
Tulsa Boy Scout Helps Make Global Gardens To People Using Wheelchairs
"You have to do a project to help the community to become an Eagle Scout. So, you kind of just look around and you have to raise all of your funds by yourself," said Prag.
September happenings at the Tulsa Garden Center
Summer is winding down but there are still lots of events going on this September at the Tulsa Garden Center .
Sat Aug 30, 2014
Police: Man Wearing 'Scream Mask' Robs Tulsa Walgreens
Police believe a man who attempted to rob a Walgreens Pharmacy early Saturday morning in Broken Arrow is the same man who robbed a Tulsa Walgreens just hours later.
Pittsburg County Man Shoots Son, Kills Himself
Pittsburg County Sheriff's Office says a man shot his son before turning the gun on himself late Friday at a home on Lake McAlester.
One man accused of some 40 percent of QT larcenies arrested
Tulsa police have arrested a man they believe targeted Quik Trip stores in a crime spree that lasted for months and may have included dozens of thefts.
Tulsans Hope Sidewalk Improvements Make City More Accessible
"Every time that I step out I'm taking a risk, and it's an unknown, and we shouldn't have to have that kind of fear," she Mary Kay Salchert.
New Crime-Fighting Tool Gives Tulsa Police Huge Advantage
Between 800 and 1,000 feet above, two man crews are assigned to listen to police dispatch radios and patrol from the sky.
Tulsa Leaders Look For Solution To Aggressive Homeless Minority
Editor's note: This is the third story in a series where Emory Bryan looks into the homeless situation in Tulsa.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
Four Busted in Tulsa Drug Sting
According to an arrest report, Pedro Bustos Carmona and three others were arrested after a drug investigation started in July.
Authors Read To Ask-Risk Tulsa Students
Reading really came to life for some Tulsa students Friday. Robertson Elementary's Partner in Education, Executive Women International, brought in two local authors to read their books to the students.