Oklahoma Tragedy: Quadruple Homicide Suspect and Unidentified Woman Killed in Police ChaseKR NewsNewsBreak Contributor
Missing Mom: Her Little Girls Awoke to Find Her GoneThe Vivid Faces of the VanishedNewsBreak Contributor
Cherokee Nation Passes Historic $3.8 Billion BudgetGwen WrenNewsBreak Contributor
In spite of its name, there's nothing mediocre about this Oklahoma townJudyDNewsBreak Contributor
Wagoner's Highway 51 getting temporary patching work after long wait
Long-awaited resurfacing work is finally happening in downtown Wagoner after years of waiting. The catch is it's only temporary.
12,500-seat outdoor amphitheater coming to Broken Arrow
BROKEN ARROW, Okla. -- The Broken Arrow City Council approved an agreement on Tuesday to bring a 12,500-seat amphitheater to Broken Arrow.
Veteran caught in red tape with Wagoner County
TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — The sound of a generator is the first thing you hear when you visit the home of Roy Slaughter, and extension cords inside are the first thing you see. "I can’t move in, I can’t put nothing up, I can’t clean nothing up, I can’t do anything," he said.
Muskogee family needs help after tragedy
A Muskogee family needs help after a series of tragedies expanded their family from four to seven. Michael Baker Jr. lost both his cousin and dad in the span of a month.
Cherokee Nation cuts ribbon for new walking trail in Muskogee
MUSKOGEE – Cherokee Nation officials gathered to cut the ribbon on a walking trail at the tribe’s Three Rivers Health Center in Muskogee as part of the Cherokee Nation Public Health and Wellness Fund Act signed by Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. in 2021. The paved trail stretches...
Woman Falls Asleep Resulting in Single Vehicle Crash
A Locust Grove woman falls asleep at the wheel in a single vehicle crash in Mayes County. The injury collision happened on Friday at around 6:00am about four miles south and four miles west of Locust Grove. A 2005 Hyundai Sonata, driven by 59-year-old Donelda Anderson was westbound on East 600 Road. She fell asleep, departed the roadway to the right and rolled her vehicle coming to rest on the top in the road.
Giving Back And Gaining Skills: Special Ed Students Operate Food Pantry At Broken Arrow High School
Special education students at Broken Arrow High School are learning important life skills by giving back to others. The students help run a food pantry on campus. We often think of food when we want to show someone we care. Yoselin Leyva and her classmates are showing people in need...
ODOT workers help Tulsa surgeon who was hit while cycling in Haskell
TULSA, Okla. — Three Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) workers came to the aid of a Tulsa surgeon who was hit by a car and left in a ditch while cycling in Haskell last Thursday.
Wagoner mayor not afraid to ruffle feathers
WAGONER, Okla. (KTUL) — You have called for some city councilors to resign. "Yes I have," said Wagoner Mayor Dalton Self. Last week at a special meeting of the city council, before a packed civic center, Mayor Dalton Self called out a city councilor before a vote. "I will...
Open Your Homes and Hearts: The Dogs Of broken arrow, OK Need You!
Considering pet adoption? Or perhaps you just enjoy all things cute and cuddly? Numerous charming pets are ready for a loving home at animal shelters situated in and near broken arrow.
Cherokee Nation to offer drive-through flu vaccinations
Cherokee Nation will offer drive-through flu vaccinations at all of the tribe’s health center locations October 2-13 on select days and times. Drive-through flu vaccinations will be available on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 1-4 p.m. and on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1-7 p.m. All Cherokee Nation health center locations will be closed in observance of Indigenous People’s Day on Monday, October 9 and will not offer drivethrough flu vaccinations on this day.
Cherokee Nation announces new Executive Medical Director to lead the tribe’s health system
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. — Dr. Beth Harp has been named Cherokee Nation Health Services Executive Medical Director. She has been with Cherokee Nation since 2012, and last year earned her master’s in health care administration from OSU. Harp’s new role becomes effective October 1. “As a Cherokee physician,...
Mitsubishi Power Selected to Supply Second Advanced Class Gas Turbine to Oklahoma’s Grand River Energy Center
LAKE MARY, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct 3, 2023-- Mitsubishi Power and the Grand River Dam Authority (GRDA), Oklahoma’s largest public utility, have formally signed an agreement to provide a second advanced class gas turbine to the Grand River Energy Center in Chouteau, OK. It will be the first M501JAC gas turbine to operate in simple cycle in the U.S., providing operational flexibility and fast start-up times to meet the needs of GRDA’s evolving electricity grid. Unit 4 replaces the last remaining coal-fired unit at the Grand River Energy Center. It represents a market shift towards using advanced-class gas turbines for peaking applications....
Council of the Cherokee Nation votes unanimously in opposition of Nofire appointment
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. — The Council of the Cherokee Nation spoke unanimously on Thursday, Sept. 28, when a special meeting was called to approve a resolution expressing no confidence in Wes Nofire as the State of Oklahoma’s liaison for Native American affairs. The resolution called for the immediate resignation...
Tahlequah elementary school creates Pickleball program for 1st graders
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. − A game of Pickleball is teaching students life lessons at Woodall Public Schools in Tahlequah. For 1st graders, it’s about learning a new sport, having fun and hitting the ball, but their PE coach says it’s teaching them kindness and grace for other people.
New Series On Legendary Lawman Bass Reeves To Premiere Next Month
The creator of Yellowstone is the co-executive producer of a new series about legendary lawman Bass Reeves. Reeves is considered the most significant deputy marshal in U-S history. But because of the color of his skin, Reeves hasn't had the attention he deserves until recent years. A new series about...
Hops Bops and Bites Returns To Broken Arrow
Drinks are flowing this weekend in Broken Arrow as the city brings back "Hops Bops and Bites" The event is a celebration of local music, beer, wine, food, and more. Erin Hofener with the city joins News On 6 Hops Bops and Bites is this Saturday from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., at Broken Arrow's New Orleans Square.
Tribal Employee Rights Office celebrates 40 years
TAHLEQUAH – The Cherokee Nation Tribal Employee Rights Office celebrates 40 years in October, helping more than 800 Native-owned businesses since 1983. TERO ensures tribal citizens’ rights are protected and negotiates job vacancies with contractors who do business with the CN to refer qualified Native American workers and businesses to fill those vacancies.
A Halloween Festival Like No Other
The Halloween Festival at the Castle of Muskogee is just around the corner! Only a short drive from Tulsa or Ft. Smith, the Ghost Hosts of Oklahoma’s 60-acre park would like you to join them each weekend this fall!. Halloween is spooky business at the Castle of Muskogee and...
FOX23 speaks with DVIS about domestic violence numbers and services in Tulsa and BA
TULSA, Okla. − FOX23 looks at domestic violence numbers in Tulsa and Broken Arrow at the start of October, National Domestic Violence Awareness Month.