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Located in the northeastern corner of Oklahoma, 99Â miles northeast of Oklahoma City; situated between the Great Plains and the Ozark Mountains. Though the oil industry has historically dominated Tulsa's economy, efforts in economic diversification have created a base in the sectors of aerospace, finance, technology, telecommunications, high tech, and manufacturing. The Tulsa Port of Catoosa is the nation's most inland seaport.
Local Newspapers: Tulsa World
Local Sports Teams: Tulsa Shock (WNBA) Tulsa Oilers (CHL) Tulsa Drillers (Double A Baseball)
Local Colleges: University of Tulsa Oral Roberts University
Zip Codes associated with tulsa, oklahoma:
74036 74104 74105 74106 74107 74108 74110 74112 74114 74115 74116 74119 74120 74126 74127 74128 74129 74132 74133 74134 74135 74136 74137 74145 74146 74344
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Fight Over Woman Lands Two Men In Tulsa Hospital
Two men were stabbed in what Tulsa Police say was a fight over a woman. It happened at the Parkwood apartments at 4th and Memorial Friday night, March 16. Police say they were called to the complex just after 10 p.m. and found one victim.Lee Elementary Loses Name After TPS Board Meeting
The Tulsa Public Schools Board of Education discussed rescinding the names of some Confederate leaders from school buildings Thursday night. Board members decided to rescind the name Robert E. Lee from the school's name effective July 1st, but the board decided to push back the renaming.Tulsa Leaders Holding Rally Calling For Teacher Pay Raise
A potential teacher walkout is coming in 18 days, if state lawmakers cant pass a pay raise and funding package for public school teachers. Organizers say its purpose is to call on the Legislature to put together a funding package and prevent a teacher walkout.Warm & Windy Thursday Raises Fire Danger Across Oklahoma
Welcome to the warming trend. Temps in the 40s now will enter the mid-70s this afternoon along with gusty south winds from 20 to 30 mph and mostly sunny sky.Federal Judiciary Unveils First Reforms From Harassment Working Group
Thurgood Marshall Federal Judiciary Building in Washington, D.C. August 21, 2013. Photo by Diego M. Radzinschi/THE NATIONAL LAW JOURNAL.Morning Bell: Gov wants teachers to be 'realistic'
Good Tuesday morning. Gov. Mary Fallin said teachers need to be realistic about what can get done this year as they threaten to strike on April 2. "The teachers also have to recognize that there has been an effort to give them a pay raise, to give them more money," Fallin told The Oklahoman during a Monday visit to Durant.Defense attorneys move to disqualify prosecution in Bixby rape case
Defense attorneys for four former Bixby High School football players accused of rape have filed a motion to disqualify the prosecution in the case. The investigation started last year when a teenage boy came forward to claim that he had been assaulted by his teammates at a football function.Tulsa Public School Board Supports Teacher Walkout
The Tulsa Public School's Board of Education is urging parents to call and email their state lawmakers to encourage them to come up with a solution to avoid a teacher walkout next month after voting to support the protest Monday evening. The board voted unanimously to support the walkout, if lawmakers don't take action.No, a tornado did not carry home nearly 130 miles
A Kansas official has debunked a widely shared story that recently resurfaced on Facebook about a woman named Dorothy whose Oklahoma home supposedly flew nearly 130 miles before landing outside Wichita. The story was published in 2015 by the World News Daily Report and recently circulated again on Facebook.Tulsa Woman Pleads Guilty To Running Over, Killing Other Woman
Brittany Payne Wright pleaded guilty Tuesday to intentionally running over and killing a woman at a midtown apartment complex in 2016. Police say Brianna Dean was walking with Payne Wright's ex-boyfriend in the 5000 block of East 47th Place September 2. Payne got into an argument with the couple then drove up onto the grass and struck Dean.Tulsa Firefighters Called To Home Day Care Fire Near Pine And Newton
Tulsa firefighters were called to the 100 block of East Newton Street on a house fire around 9:17 a.m. Tuesday, March 13. Smoke was showing over the treeline near Pine and Newton, but firefighters quickly knocked the fire down. The fire was at a home where a residents looks after children.Weblogs | Tulsa's 24-Hour News, Weather and Traffic
There are several factors that play a role in reduced multiple sclerosis risk, and sunlight might be one of them, according to a new report. >> Read more trending news Researchers from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver recently conducted a study, published in the journal Neurology, to determine if the sun could guard you from the disease.Tulsa's Restore Hope Ministries Ready To Help Feed Kids
If an Oklahoma teacher walkout does happen on April 2nd, a Tulsa non-profit is getting ready to step in and help feed hungry children who rely on meals at schools. Restore Hope Ministries currently runs two food pantries at locations in the 2900 block of Charles Page Boulevard and Asbury United Methodist Church in the 6700 block of South Mingo Road.Repaving Project To Narrow Traffic On Busy Tulsa Street
Drivers will notice some lanes shut down on 36th Street between Lewis and Harvard because of an ongoing pavement project. The City of Tulsa says crews have closed off the westbound lanes entirely from Lewis to Harvard and you can only use the eastbound lanes.OSBI Agents Arrest Major Co. Sheriff For Confrontation With Daughter's Boyfriend
OSBI Agents Arrest Major Co. Sheriff For Confrontation With Daug - NewsOn6.com - Tulsa, OK - News, Weather, Video and Sports - KOTV.com Last November, the District 26 District Attorney's Office requested OSBI agents investigate allegations against the sheriff in relation to a 2017 confrontation with his daughter's boyfriend, Carlos Aguilar.Tulsa's New City Jail Saving Time For Police And Offenders
"It could take anywhere from 6 to 8 hours to get somebody released from the time we turned the paperwork in. Here, it's 20 to 30 minutes," said Court Administrator Kelly Brader.Rewards renewed for 2012 murder case
Investigators with the Olahoma State Bureau of Investigation are still searching for clues on the death of Floyd Marvin Osborne Jr. On Monday, OSBI announced they're renewing a $5,000 reward in hopes of finding new evidence in the 2014 slaying. Investigators with the Olahoma State Bureau of Investigation are still searching for clues on the death of Floyd Marvin Osborne Jr. On Monday, OSBI announced they're renewing a $5,000 reward in hopes of finding new evidence in the 2014 slaying.Tulsa Deco District Booming With Speakeasy, Hotels Planned
It is mysterious and underground - literally. A new speakeasy is set to open in Tulsa's Deco District, and it is just one of a number of things happening in that neighborhood.Stick Art Sculpture Going Up At Tulsa's Chapman Centennial Green
Environmental artist Patrick Dougherty is in Tulsa right now, building an art display at the Chapman Centennial Green near 6th and Main in Downtown Tulsa. Volunteers helped him gather the sticks, and he is weaving them together into sculptures.2nd lawsuit filed over fatal Oklahoma gas rig explosion
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