Owasso, OK

Construction On New Costco Is Underway In Owasso

Construction of a new Costco just south of Owasso is underway. The huge footprint for the new Costco is taking shape just off 46th Street North and Highway 169. As part of a Retail Incentive Program, the City of Tulsa has agreed to provide up to $3.9 million in economic incentives for the new 200,000-square-foot building, which will help with infrastructure improvements in the area.
News On 6

Tulsa Man Desperate To Find Family's Stolen Racing Trailer

A Tulsa dad says he's desperate to get his family's racing trailer back after it was stolen from his business. Nick Lucito's seven-year-old son loves to race. "We race cage karts, we race pretty much all over Oklahoma, Texas, we went to Iowa a couple of weeks ago, just got back, Kansas, Missouri, He loves it," he said.

TFD rescues dog from RV fire

TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — The Tulsa Fire Department responded to an RV fire on August 19 around 1 p.m. Crews worked to put out the fire and was able to rescue a dog that was inside. TFD says a pet bird died from injuries sustained during the fire.

Oklahoma Teachers on Notice in Tulsa and Mustang

TULSA–Aaron Baker kept a printed copy of State House Bill 1775 within reach in his high school government classroom. Last year. To avoid any violations, Mr. Baker a teacher in the Putnam City Public School District, practically memorized the eight concepts the law, which bans from all classroom the including the teaching that one race or sex is superior to another, that an individual is inherently racist and that people should feel discomfort of their race or sex.

Man Accused Of Leading Deputies On Chase While Driving Stolen Motorcycle Arrested

Tulsa County Sheriff's Deputies have arrested a man accused of leading officers on a chase while riding a stolen motorcycle. Deputies say they received a call on Monday from the owner of a stolen motorcycle who told police that he had found the bike near East 158th Street North and North Garnett Road. Deputies say the owner confronted the suspect and he fled on the motorcycle.

Vacant house fire damaged following fire in Owasso

OWASSO, Okla. — A vacant house was destroyed in a fire overnight in Owasso. Firefighters responded to the home near 86th Street North and 161st East Ave and found the house heavily consumed by fire. The fire was reported around 2:30 a.m., firefighters said. Firefighters said the fire was...
Texas Monthly

Texas-Style Barbecue Invades Oklahoma

Texas-style barbecue can be found worldwide, but it crossed the Atlantic Ocean more quickly than it crossed the Red River. Until recently, a great slice of smoked brisket in Oklahoma was harder to find than a Longhorns fan in Norman. Even Texas-based barbecue chains like Rudy’s Bar-B-Q and Dickey’s Barbecue Pit have more locations in Arizona than Oklahoma, which has just a few joints in Oklahoma City and nearby Norman. Tulsa, the state’s second-largest city, has neither. The state’s official meal includes the non-specific “barbeque pork,” but no brisket, and smoked bologna is far more common than a well-crafted smoked sausage. Thankfully, a few brisket-loving entrepreneurs have worked to fill that void in recent years.

116th Closure at N 126th E Ave

Residents of N 126th E Ave will have access during the closure by utilizing the recommended detour. The green arrow on the map denotes the recommended alternate route. Residents may enter the area from N 129th E Ave, and will all have two-way access except in the area where the road is closed, denoted in red.
Broken Arrow, Oklahoma

Brighter streetlights coming to BA

Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSO) will begin converting its streetlights in Broken Arrow to new technology that will brighten roadways, street corners, and public spaces for homeowners, drivers, and law enforcement. The LED conversion of 5,185 PSO-owned streetlights is set to begin Monday, Aug. 22, weather permitting. A map...