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.
Brogdon drops bid for gov, joining Senate race
After weeks of speculation, Randy Brogdon of Owasso formally announced through email and social media Monday his candidacy for the U.S. Senate.
Jenks, Bville, Owasso among state's top cities
Two Green Country cities have been named among the best cities in Oklahoma by Movoto.com.
Owasso police investigate threat at high school
Alleged threats by an Owasso High School student have been deemed “not viable” after an investigation…
Charges dropped in case of child endangerment
Charges are dropped against an Owasso woman accused of letting juveniles drink alcohol and smoke marijuana while under her care.
Gov. Fallin speaks in Owasso
It goes to show Oklahoma can compete.
PD: Teen says he was forced to smoke pot
An Owasso woman is facing charges of child endangerment after she was reported for allowing juveniles to smoke pot and drink alcohol in her home.
Man shot in head, back in Owasso; suspect jailed
Thomas Anthony Cooper, 31, was arrested around 3 a.m. for shooting with intent to kill.
Filings underway for Green Country council seats
Candidacy filings for Collinsville, Owasso, Sand Springs and Bixby city council seats have begun and will close Wednesday at 5 p.m.
Meeting slated for Owasso recycling program
A public hearing has been scheduled Tuesday, Feb 4 for public input in the City of Owasso recycling plans.
More to come? A look at school snow day plans
After a couple of winter storms, students in Green Country have been able to enjoy a few snow days this school year. But many schools are…
Possible incentive for Macy's: No property taxes
Tulsa County commissioners met Tuesday to consider a tax incentive for Macy's, set to open a new distribution center and bring hundreds…
Crews battle fires near Hallet, Maramec
Crews are working to contain a wildfire near Maramec and Hallet, where at least six square miles of land has been charred.
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…
Homelessness a growing problems in Oklahoma
Shelters across Oklahoma are seeing a growing number of people needing help.
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…