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Multiple fire departments battled the blaze east of Highway 75 and north of Highway 20. Flames and smoke could be seen from areas of northeast Tulsa.
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TULSA, Okla. - A GPS monitor meant to keep track of a burglar helped tie him to a recent crime.
According to Bitcoin.org, as of August the value of all bitcoins in circulation exceeded $1.5 billion dollars, with millions of dollars in Bitcoins exchanged daily.
Tulsa County Officials are getting the word out about an upcoming special election, less than a month away, to fund critical improvements to its overcrowded jails.
Ettore Bugatti, the legendary car maker, built his 100P in the late 1930's in Paris.
Oklahoma's third graders are a month away from a key test of their reading skills that could result in some of them being held back.
A woman calls police early Monday morning in a panic. Tulsa police say the woman told officers a man was holding her and her 5-year-old child against their wills.
Tulsa, Okla. - Voting is now open for the fourth annual Tulsa Press Club Newsies.
Owner Elliot Nelson started McNellie's in 2004 and is credited with helping start the revitalization of the Blue Dome District.
TULSA, Okla., - A Tulsa woman called police after she said she found a strange man in her kitchen, who then assaulted her.
Amy Bracher, said, "Taking pictures is so easy, it's just taking 5 to 10 minutes to walk around the house and take pictures."
The Homebuilder's Association teamed up with News on 6 and Reasor's at the Tulsa Home and Garden Show selling flowers to benefit the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma.
Doctors later discovered the sprain had developed into a rare disorder called Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy, which has no cure.
A Missouri man whose horse trailer was stolen Saturday night won't let the experience sour his opinion of the people in the Tulsa area.
Attorneys for one of two brothers charged in the shooting deaths of four women last year want evidence obtained through a search warrant tossed because they say an affidavit supporting it was too general and short on specifics.
The Tulsa Police Department has canceled an Amber Alert for a four-year-old girl who they said had been abducted by force at the Bradford Apartments Monday morning.
Posted on: 11:53 am, March 10, 2014, by Dallas Franklin and KFOR-TV , updated on: 12:39pm, March 10, 2014 UPDATE 12:32 p.m. - Tulsa officials have confirmed the missing 4-year-old girl has been found safe and is now back with her mother.