• Body found in midtown Tulsa residence

    By KENDRICK MARSHALL - Tulsa World | Updated: Mon, Mar 10, 2014

    Tulsa police are investigating after a body was found inside a midtown residence. Officers said the body of a man was discovered late Sunday night at a home in the 4200 block of South Rockford Avenue. Detectives at the scene said the man sustained trauma to the head. Read the full story at TulsaWorld.com.

  • Oklahoma building projects take honors

    By Richard Mize, Real Estate Editor | Updated: Sat, Mar 8, 2014

    The Build Oklahoma Awards were presented to the “Best of the Best” commercial-industrial construction projects in 2013.

  • Oklahoma banks to complete merger Monday into Valley National Bank

    BY LAURIE WINSLOW, Tulsa World | Published: Fri, Mar 7, 2014

    Valley National Bank and Bank of the Lakes will combine under the name Valley National Bank.

  • Tulsa women convicted of child-abuse murder in death of toddler found dead in car

    Updated: Fri, Mar 7, 2014

    A jury has found two women accused of child-abuse murder and child neglect guilty on all counts. Jazmin Williams and Mica Shoate, both 24, were on trial under alternative legal theories linked to the death of 19-month-old Zamontay Green. The jury recommended a sentence of life without parole on the murder count for both defendants. Read the rest of this story at TulsaWorld.com .

  • Man wanted in Bricktown shooting is arrested in Tulsa

    From Staff Reports | Updated: Thu, Mar 6, 2014

    A man wanted in connection with a fatal shooting in Bricktown last weekend was arrested Thursday in Tulsa, police said.

  • One dies after Creek County wreck; victim of fiery Norman wreck identified

    FROM STAFF REPORTS | Updated: Thu, Mar 6, 2014

    One man died after a wreck Wednesday night in Creek County, and police on Thursday identified the man who died in a fiery March 1 wreck in Norman.

  • Man shot and killed by Okmulgee police Thursday, Oklahoma authorities report

    FROM STAFF REPORTS | Updated: Thu, Mar 6, 2014

    A deadly shooting involving police was reported in Okmulgee. The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation has not released the names of those involved.

  • #PrayforLogan: Broken Arrow businesses raising money today for critically injured teen

    BY NOUR HABIB, Tulsa World | Updated: Thu, Mar 6, 2014

    Five weeks after his accident, Logan Henry is showing signs of improvement. Logan, a freshman at North Intermediate High School, was hit by a pickup truck Jan. 29 as he was training with his cross-country team. He broke both sides of his pelvis and the bones in his right leg. Logan also suffered severe brain injuries. In the last week or so, he's been able to walk several feet using a walker. He's moving from hand gestures to a few whispered words. And he's getting through more of his meals.

  • Platty's facial tumor to undergo treatment; spleen tumor was benign

    BY TIM STANLEY, Tulsa World | Updated: Thu, Mar 6, 2014

    A cancer-fighting Tulsa canine who has earned a worldwide following is about to take the next step in his treatment, his family says. “We want to do what is least painful and upsetting for him,” said Karel Bagwell, adopted grandmother to Platty, a 10-year-old male golden retriever with a massive facial tumor. A decision between chemotherapy or radiation will hopefully be made in the next few days, she added. Read the full story at TulsaWorld.com.

  • KFOR: Oklahoma City, Tulsa make list of 50 hardest working cities

    Published: Thu, Mar 6, 2014

    Would you say Oklahoma has some of the hardest working people in the United States? According to Locality.com, Oklahoma City ranks as #36 of the hardest working cities across the country...

  • Humane society rescues 100 dogs from home

    Published: Wed, Mar 5, 2014

    SAPULPA -- More than 100 small breed dogs were rescued Wednesday from a puppy mill situation in the Sand Springs area, according to the Tulsa Humane Society. The dogs, primarily elderly dogs which had been repeatedly bred, were living mostly unattended in the residence, Humane Society president Gina Gardner said. Gardner said the dogs belonged to a couple in their 60s who reached out to the Tulsa County Sheriff's Office for help when the number of dogs became unmanageable. Many of the dogs, mostly poodles, Chihuahuas and Yorkies, are elderly and have dramatic medical needs, including needing immediate surgery, Gardner said. Read the rest of this story and watch video of Humane Society examining the dogs at TulsaWorld.com .

  • Tulsa mayor vetoes city council resolution on keeping state control of rail lines

    By JARREL WADE - Tulsa World | Updated: Wed, Mar 5, 2014

    The mayor on Monday vetoed a resolution passed by the City Council urging the state not to sell the state-owned rail line connecting the Tulsa area to Oklahoma City, favoring instead the private sector's ability to bring passenger rail to Tulsa. In a memo to councilors, Mayor Dewey Bartlett explained his decision, saying the resolution reached too far in expressing an opinion for the whole city — an opinion Bartlett said he does not share. Bartlett said Tuesday that he had spoken with state transportation officials prior to the veto, but they were discreet in regard to details of their potential sale. Read the full story at TulsaWorld.com.