Man in custody after armed robbery at Tulsa Quik Trip
TULSA, Okla. — The Tulsa Police Dept. arrested Eric Enslow after responding to an armed robbery at the Quik Trip on East Admiral Place on Saturday.
PRESS RELEASE: OK man indicted for trafficking 72,000 lbs. of marijuana
PRESS RELEASE: OK man indicted for trafficking 72,000 lbs. of marijuanaThe Multi-County Grand Jury has indicted a Tulsa County resident in connection to a large-scale marijuana seizure. Get more Oklahoma City news: Oklahoma City Free Press
FORECAST: Near record warmth Sunday afternoon
Windy and warmer weather SundayHighs in the 70s/80sSouth winds 20-35mphWind gust as high as 40mphHigh fire danger areawide Sunday afternoonOur next front is set to arrive Monday and bring with it a chance for showers and storms, mainly southeast of TulsaBehind this front temperatures to start next week will be on the cool side with highs in the 60sMore rain and storm chances return by midweek
Police arrest 2 men they say are connected to more than a dozen crimes around Tulsa
TUSLA, Okla. — Police arrested two men they say are connected to more than a dozen crimes around Tulsa.
Sapulpa BBQ restaurant cutting prices to help customers amid inflation
A Sapulpa restaurant is helping customers battle inflation. Boss Hawg Barbecue has lowered prices to help folks afford a nice meal.
18-year-old dead following crash on Highway 412 near Sand Springs
SAND SPRINGS, Okla. — The Oklahoma Highway Patrol is investigating after a truck crashed into a tree near Sand Springs.
KJRH Meteorologists featured in local magazine
Two of our own 2 News meteorologists are cover girls this month. The March edition of "Tulsa People" is celebrating Women's History Month.
Highway 9 Crash In Norman Under Investigation; Multiple Hospitalized
Police are investigating a multi-vehicle crash in Norman that sent several people to the hospital on Friday. Norman Police said it's still investigating what happened on Highway 9 near 60th Street around 8 p.m. Officers said multiple people were hospitalized but the extent of their injuries are unknown. The cause...
Broken Arrow boys hoops clinches trip to State Tourney
The Broken Arrow boys basketball squad earned another trip to the 6A State Tournament Saturday after defeating Choctaw at Sapulpa High School. Coming off a big victory over Jenks — their third this year — on Friday in the Area tourney, the Tigers took a 30-24 lead into halftime against the Yellowjackets and managed to extend the lead in the second half.
Family asking for prayers following accident with fire truck
TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — "I’m sorry, try not to cry here," said Daneisha Torres. All week long Torres has been trying to keep it together. On Monday her relatives and friends were involved in a fatal accident with a Tulsa fire truck. One of the people who died was her 23 year-old cousin Tamia.
Sapulpa, March 02 High School 🏀 Game Notice
There are 2 high school 🏀 games in Sapulpa. The Owasso High School basketball team will have a game with Southmoore High School on March 02, 2024, 18:00:00 CST. The Choctaw High School basketball team will have a game with Broken Arrow High School on March 02, 2024, 19:30:00 CST.
City of Tulsa invites Riverwood residents' ideas for neighborhood improvement strategy
TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — The City of Tulsa is asking Riverwood area residents for input on how to improve the neighborhood as the Riverwood Neighborhood Improvement Strategy enters its community engagement phase. The Riverwood neighborhood stretches from 51st to 71st Streets, from Lewis Ave. to Riverside Dr. and the...
'Calling For Help And Nobody Was There': Sister Of Man Shot, Killed In Tulsa Speaks Out
A Tulsa woman is grieving after her brother was shot and killed earlier this week. Jeremy Wilkes was shot and killed, and police arrested his girlfriend, Kerri Jo Stevens. Jamie Hill says her brother was a funny guy who always liked to be the star of the room. She says she doesn't know the circumstances that led to her brother getting shot, but she says no one deserves to die like that.
Our Blood Institute holds blood drive in honor of late Tulsa firefighter Harrison Moseby
OWASSO, Okla. — A legacy blood drive was held in honor of a Tulsa firefighter who died after battling cancer - Harrison Moseby.
Oklahoma's Own In Focus: How Flock Cameras Help Police Catch Criminals In Green Country
Sand Springs Police say their license-plate reading cameras have been a game-changer for the department, and have helped them recover hundreds of thousands of dollars in stolen property as well as find and arrest criminals. Sand Springs Police say the cameras read license plates and if any agency in the...
Resident survives mobile home fire in Beggs
The community is rallying around the victim, Philip Kirk. Megan Terry, a friend and employee at Peaceful Acres RV Park and Cabins in Beggs, Oklahoma.
Woman Couldn’t Believe Who Broke Into Her Room While She Was Sleeping
A resident in Bixby, Oklahoma, was in a deep sleep when a loud and strange noise woke her up in the middle of the night. At first, Bonnie Moriarty thought that her dog and her cat got into a fight. She never imagined that a mysterious intruder was in her...
Soft Opening Held For New Music Shop Coming To Tulsa In April
Tulsa's newest music school held a soft opening on Saturday. "A Place for Music" is located near 31st and Sheridan. The school will have music classes for children and adults. Some students signed up for classes and met their teachers at the soft opening. The owner says opening this music...
This Week in Sapulpa History: The Bovaird Supply Company comes to Sapulpa
The first known oil well in Oklahoma was drilled first in 1884 and completed in 1888. It was in Atoka County, Choctaw Nation of Indian Territory (I.T.). Ten years after the first oil well drilled in I.T., oil seekers first came to the Sapulpa area. In 1894, Amos Steelman, from Ohio, had a lease for 5,000 acres in Creek Nation. He and his two drillers, Sam Weaver and John Wick, drilled a well on what was later the Eliza Tiger allotment, six miles northeast of Sapulpa, on the bank of Nickel Creek.