Macy's breaks ground on Owasso fufillment center
Macy's broke ground Thursday on their newest fulfillment center in Owasso.
Court orders reinstatement of fired officer
The Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals ordered the City of Owasso to reinstate Lieutenant Mike Denton after his fired for…
Lanes shut down at Hwy 169, 46th St. North
Drivers could encounter some headaches along Highway 169 this weekend.
Lane reopened at 169, 56th St. N.
The right lane of northbound US 169 is reopened at 56th Street North, Oklahoma Department of Transportation said Thursday afternoon.
CVS robbery prompts lockdown at nearby schools
The suspect in an Owasso pharmacy robbery remains at large, despite an early report from a police officer that the suspect was captured.
1 hospitalized, 1 arrested for Owasso shooting
A Sand Springs man is in jail after a 25-year-old man was shot during an argument in Owasso.
Tulsa County voters pass jail propositions
In Tulsa County, voters approved two tax propositions to fund a jail expansion and a new juvenile detention center.
Winter weather leads to longer school days
Longer school days have begun for students across several school districts in Green Country.
Fuel tanker catches fire in Owasso
According to officials on the scene, a fuel delivery truck caught fire at the gas station near East 96th Street North and North 145th East Avenue.
Drug bust nets $30,000 in meth, pills, cash
Nowata County deputies say they discovered about $30,000 worth of methamphetamine, more than 100 pills, drug paraphernalia and more…
Owasso band to perform in Dublin, Ireland
The Owasso High School band is in on its way to Dublin, Ireland to march in the annual St Patrick's Day parade, March 17.
Cities use social media to connect neighbors
One community has turned to social media so that neighbors can better connect with each other and stay safe.
Trial begins for double murder suspect
Nineteen-year-old Jermaine Jackson is accused of shooting and killing 18-year-old Krisjan Thorsson and 37-year-old John White Sept. 8, 2012.
Not taking care of your lawn can bring fines
On Tuesday night two young boys tossed a baseball in their front yard, working on their fielding, "grounders or pop flies," one of the boys said.
Troopers continue search for escaped convict
Officers have arrested Edward Branch's mother, Sara Branch, for harboring a fugitive and obstruction of justice. Meanwhile, the…
City employee suddenly retires after suspension
A city maintenance manager suddenly has retired. It comes just a day after a committee agreed he should be disciplined. He is accused of poor…
City of Tulsa employee's suspension upheld
Disciplinary action against a City of Tulsa employee will stand.
NASA chief faces questions about travel
Rep. Frank Wolf cited “serious problems” with some of NASA's fiscal decisions, including travel spending reported in annual…