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AAA Oklahoma is offering a free ride home and tow service for people who may consume too much alcohol to safely drive over the holiday season.
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There are already signs of the master plan for Tulsa parks at work, but at some sites, the new swing sets and slides are overshadowed by their dilapidated surroundings.
Councilor Jack Henderson is very clear on the matter that he is sick of seeing baggy britches on the city streets.
This "Hands Across the River" event, with young professionals showing support for a county-wide tax vote in 2007, is one of many failed attempts to get water in the river.
The people who represent Tulsa on the city and state levels spent some time together Thursday and discussed ways to serve the city better.
Catholic Charities is busy year round, providing clothing, groceries and other items for people in need, but nearing Christmas, they step up their efforts even more.
Authorities in northeast Oklahoma are investigating after someone stole a rural department's fire truck and set it on fire.
A man is scheduled to be sentenced Thursday morning for his reported role in a shooting that left one dead at an apartment complex earlier this year.
The awards will be presented by the Greater Tulsa Area Hispanic Affairs Commission and the city's Human Rights Department.
A first degree murder charge against a Tulsa woman accused of stabbing a man to death in August 2011 was dismissed Wednesday.
There is a plan to extend 5th Street from Denver to Frisco using leftover money from the Fix Our Streets bond package from 2008.
Police say the mother was 30 weeks along, but didn't even know she was pregnant.
A woman whose boyfriend is in jail for beating her and forcibly shaving off her hair has found a way to turn that experience into something positive for others.
The Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance, an initiative of the Oklahoma Innovation Institute, announced it is soliciting additional partners to join its coalition to promote science, technology, engineering and math education in Tulsa.
The death toll from Oklahoma's recent round of winter weather now stands at 11, according to the State Medical Examiner's office.
The City of Tulsa spent more than two-thirds of its overtime budget cleaning up after the first serious winter storm of the year, but more money just came in from the state.