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Since the 1920's, members of they've been providing a warm atmosphere and hot food along the Mother Road.
Troubles at several oil refineries are driving gasoline prices sharply higher in the Midwest, and the regional shortages are expected to boost pump prices nationwide.
Tulsa's network of electronically connected medical providers has expanded beyond 1,300 physicians to even community health events, like the one last week at Guthrie Green.
A hearing for a Tulsa teen accused of killing his mother is delayed until July. Hank Laird pleaded not guilty to beating his mother to death with a shotgun in January.
In this July 7, 2006 file photo an unidentified initiate, with his face caked in white lime clay, eats rice from his blanket during his rite of transformation from a boy to manhood near Port St.
Two teenagers are under arrest after leading Tulsa Police on a short chase late Thursday.
A Tulsa transit driver was stabbed in the arm while on a route Wednesday night. The attack happened in the 100 block of W. Newton in North Tulsa.
The Oklahoma Senate has unveiled a new plan to divert $80 million in sales and use taxes to pay for the completion of an American Indian museum in Oklahoma City and build a new popular culture museum in Tulsa.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health and Tulsa Health Department announced the fifth round of test results from patients of W. Scott Harrington's dental surgical practice.
It wouldn't be Mayfest without a little rain, and Thursday afternoon, on opening day, the festival was hit with a steady downpour.
A new restaurant in South Tulsa is accused of selling strong beer without a license.
Tulsa Fire got the call just before 9 a.m. to the parking garage at 1st and Cincinnati.
Five teens are in the Tulsa County jail following their arrests early Thursday in connection with the robbery of a woman in the drive-thru at a McDonald's restaurant.
It may not be so easy for neighbors to get a meth home torn down on their street in Midtown Tulsa.
One of the two people killed in a boat crash on Grand Lake Tuesday evening had ties to Tulsa, while the other was from Arkansas.
Tulsa voters approved a $38 million school bond issue, dubbed "Smart and Secure" by a grassroots movement that fought to get the money for the district.