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The Oklahoma Air National Guard says about 300 members of the 138th Fighter Wing are set to return home from a deployment to Afghanistan.
"We fill up very, very quickly. Obviously, it's cold outside people, want to come inside and get some hot wings," Alex Marshall said.
The department added six new generators, one at each police substation, one at the training academy and two at special ops buildings.
The Tulsa County Sheriff's Office says deputies had to taser a defendant after he attacked his defense attorney during his own trial.
The City of Tulsa street crews continue to work on Tulsa arterial streets. With the snowfall ending Friday morning, street crews have been able to make good progress on plowing arterial streets.
Meteorologists with the Tulsa office of the National Weather Service say a mixed bag of wintry precipitation will expand into eastern Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas through the morning hours.
An art show featuring photographs of people staying in motels along Route 66 will be unveiled next month in Tulsa.
There appeared to be less snow and ice on roads just west of Tulsa, but there was enough for it to be a factor in several accidents, including one where a truck slid off the road.
News On 6 went on a ride-along with Tulsa Cpl. Steve Wood Thursday afternoon and, for the most part, drivers were doing a good job of going extra slow and leaving extra room between them and the driver in front of them.
Electric companies have every eye on the radar right now and say they'll be bringing in additional phone operators tonight.
A $15 million Hampton Inn and Suites will be part of the One Place Development, which is located directly across the street from the BOK Center.
News On 6 viewers across the region have been reporting sleet and freezing rain.
Troopers in Pittsburg and Hughes Counties report that temps are at or below freezing and say Road Conditions will deteriorate throughout the morning as the rain/sleet/snow mix moves through the area.
The third police chase in 24 hours in Tulsa ended near 43rd Street and Yale Avenue about 2 p.m. and the driver of the car has been pronounced dead.
The crashed forced police to close the right lane of southbound Highway 169 at State Highway 266 and 46th Street North.