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Ponca City man critical after crash
Noble, oklahoma
Rodney Rutherford was flown from the scene of the 7:06 p.m. wreck — 8900 block of Lake Road, about five and half miles east of Ponca City — to St. Johns Hospital in Tulsa.
July 21 2014
Third Man Sought In Shooting Death Of Tulsa Girl On Gilcrease Expressway
Travis Murphy Lozada is wanted for first-degree murder in the death of 14-year-old April Montano. She was shot and killed in June while riding in her family's pickup on the Gilcrease Expressway. 
July 21 2014
Man Sentenced To Life In Prison For Murder Of 84-Year-Old Tulsa Woman
Tulsa, Oklahoma
A judge sentenced a Tulsa man to four consecutive life sentences Monday for the killing of an 84-year-old woman and the beating of her 89-year-old husband in 2012.
July 16 2014
'The First 48' Film Crew Documents Two Tulsa Murders Within 24 Hours
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Homicide Sergeant Dave Walker talks about the experience of being followed around by a reality TV crew as detectives respond to two murders in 24 hours.
July 14 2014
A&E Reality Show To Film 'The First 48' Episodes In Tulsa
The Tulsa Police Department says AE’s popular reality show “The First 48” will start filming the Tulsa Police Department’s homicide investigators this week. The show chronicles homicide detectives investigating murders.The department says AE’s cameras will followTPD's homicideinvestigators working during the hours immediately following a murder.Police say “The First 48” crews will stay with the ...
July 10 2014
OSU-CHS announces 2 administrative appointments
TULSA, Okla. (AP) - The Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences has named two people to leadership positions. Eric Polak has been named vice president for administration and finance. Dr. Johnny Stephens has been named interim vice president for research and chief operating officer. In April ...
July 07 2014
Tulsa man hurt on Lake Tenkiller
Cherokee, oklahoma
A Tulsa man was injured Friday on Lake Tenkiller, east of Caney Marina in Cherokee County, an Oklahoma Highway Patrol report states. Tyler Birden, 26, was flown to St. Francis Hospital in Tulsa with a leg injury. He was stable when he was admitted, the report states. His condition was unavailable.
July 04 2014
Tulsa nonprofit to expand services to women, teens
One of Oklahoma's largest community health centers is expanding care for women and teens in Tulsa later this week.
July 02 2014
Lawyer: No hypocrisy in Hobby Lobby schools case
TULSA, Okla. (AP) - An attorney for the Hobby Lobby crafts store chain says the company isn't being hypocritical when it opts out of the new health care law while at the same time aiming to influence the public school system with a Bible-based curriculum. The Oklahoma-based company ...
July 02 2014
St. John Tulsa Partners With MD Anderson In Battle Against Cancer
In what one official called a game changer when it comes to local cancer care, St. John partners with MD Anderson.
July 02 2014
Man Walks Into Tulsa County Jail High On K2, Becomes Violent With Deputies
Sheriff's deputies tried to help him and asked if he needed medical care, but he began yelling and cursing about God and religion, they said.
July 02 2014
Police Say East Tulsa Shooting Victim Is City's 24th Homicide This Year
Police homicide detectives say a man found shot outside an east Tulsa apartment complex late Monday died Tuesday morning at the hospital.
July 02 2014
Wreck reported in Osage County
One man was transported to a Tulsa Hospital following an accident in Osage County on Sunday.
July 02 2014
Appeals Rejected For Tulsa Man In Muskogee Mall Shooting
The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals has rejected the appeal of a man convicted of first-degree murder and assault with a deadly weapon in connection with a shooting at a mall in Muskogee.
July 02 2014
Two Charged With Murder In Shooting Death Of Tulsa Girl
Tulsa County prosecutors have charged two men with first-degree murder and attempted robbery with a firearm in the shooting death of a 14-year-old Tulsa girl in May.
July 02 2014
Oklahoma court OKs life sentence in fatal shooting
The appeal of a 24-year-old Tulsan who was sentenced to life in prison for a fatal shooting in 2010 has been rejected by the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals.
July 02 2014
Tulsa hospital partnering with MD Anderson
St. John Medical Center has announced that it will become the first and only hospital in Oklahoma to become a certified member of the MD Anderson Cancer Network.
July 02 2014
Tulsa Jury To Decide Fate Of Man Accused Of Murdering Kayla Ferrante
Tulsa, Oklahoma
A jury has entered deliberations in the murder trial of Edwin Daniels, charged in the shooting death of Kayla Ferrante.
June 29 2014
Sentence upheld in Tulsa snow-shoveling death
A man sentenced to life in prison for shooting another man to death as he shoveled snow has lost his bid to have his first-degree murder conviction overturned.
June 27 2014
Woman in hospital after auto crash
A Park Hill woman was injured in a single-vehicle accident in Adair County, an Oklahoma Highway Patrol report states. Rhea Deason, 36, was stable when she was taken to St. Francis Hospital in Tulsa with head and trunk internal injuries, the OHP report states.
June 26 2014
Tulsa Woman Wanted For Murder In Home Invasion Death
Tulsa Police Department's Most Wanted suspect is a woman charged with murder, burglary and attempted armed robbery.
June 23 2014
Tulsa Woman Arrested On First Degree Murder Charge
Thomas, Oklahoma
A Tulsa woman who was listed as "Most Wanted" by Tulsa police is now in custody.
June 22 2014
Tulsa County Jury Selection Begins In Kayla Ferrante Murder
Court officials say jury selection has begun Tuesday in a trial for a man accused of murdering a 17-year-old girl.
June 22 2014
Morton Health Center expands health services
Morton Comprehensive Health Center is expanding its Woman Health and Teen Friendly primary care services in East Tulsa.
June 21 2014
Oklahoma VA hospitals had shorter waits than most
Tulsa — New patients seeking health care at Oklahoma VA hospitals waited an average of 31 days in Muskogee and 44 days in Oklahoma City for a primary care appointment, while established patients at both centers had waits averaging just over two days to be seen, a federal audit released Monday shows.
June 21 2014
Tulsan in hospital after turnpike crash
A Tulsa woman remained hospitalized Friday after a crash on the Muskogee Turnpike. Brandy Hayes, 35, was listed in fair condition Friday at St. Francis Hospital in Tulsa, a hospital spokeswoman said.
June 21 2014
'Day Of Giving' To Provide Hope To Tulsa, Pastor, Mayor Say
On June 6 at 10 a.m., ONEOKField will be filled with people receiving everything from free food to dental care.
June 16 2014
Ochelata man life-flighted after accident
An Ochelata man was life-flighted to a Tulsa hospital Wednesday following a two-car accident north of Ramona.
June 16 2014
2 accused with hacking Navy plead guilty in Oklahoma
Two men accused of conspiring to hack into the computer systems of the Navy have each pleaded guilty in Tulsa federal court.
June 15 2014
Group backing medical pot launches signature drive
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - A group of about 50 people who support the use of medical marijuana in Oklahoma rallied at the state Capitol on Wednesday for the formal launch of a signature drive to have the issue placed on the November ballot. The Tulsa-based Oklahomans for Health ...
June 11 2014
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