Senate approves making looting a felony
The Oklahoma Senate has approved legislation that makes looting a felony in Oklahoma.
TPD seeing results from warrant sweep
The Tulsa Police Department began the week looking to tackle a pile of 92,000 outstanding municipal warrants, while giving people with…
January jobs up in U.S. after December numbers
U.S. employers advertised slightly more jobs in January than in December, a sign that hiring should remain steady in coming months.
Homelessness a growing problems in Oklahoma
Shelters across Oklahoma are seeing a growing number of people needing help.
Workers set lights to change at the same time.
The City of Tulsa has given the green light to a number of projects aimed at providing some relief to drivers. Those projects include…
Alaska and Madi tour Tulsa-area after audition
Monday night, the world was introduced to Alaska and Madi, a singing duo from the Tulsa-area, as they made their debut on The Voice.
Sapulpa man to take cross country trip for vets
A Sapulpa man is preparing for a cross country journey to raise awareness for veterans.
TPD: Two bodies found in midtown Tulsa home
Tulsa police are investigating a possible murder-suicide after two bodies were found in a midtown Tulsa home.
Two injured in accident near Haskell
A Muskogee woman is recovering in the hospital after an early morning collision near Haskell.
Tulsa police search for burglary suspects
Tulsa police are searching for two suspects involved in a February attempted burglary.
TPD: Woman beaten, reports own kidnapping
On Monday, police were called to an apartment near West 23rd and Jackson after receiving a call from the victim, who said she was being held…
Crimea seeks independence from Ukraine
The Crimean parliament said it would declare itself independent if its residents approve a plan to split from Ukraine.
'One-ring' scam: Never return this phone call
Your phone rings. You don't recognize the number, so you tap on it to return the call. Bad idea. You've been scammed.
Auto insurers may now begin tracking you
John Matarese reports on the next "big brother" gadget from insureres.
The hidden fees with low cost airlines
John Matarese shows one downside of flying a discount airline
Cuts likely to make up for storm costs
Cuts are likely for the City of Tulsa. It's all to make up for the expense of clean-up after this season's winter storms.
Some not pleased with response to storm
Some Tulsa taxpayers want to know why some city streets are cleared, while other main roads seem untouched. 2NEWS Investigator Marla Carter…
Storm shelter funding comes with catch
Severe weather season is right around the corner. Storm shelter funding for your home and child's school could be available for all. But…