OHP: Man killed in likely drunk driving crash
According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, Arlie Clint Cates, 49, was eastbound on State Highway 66 when he departed the roadway,…
More than 100 dogs seized in Sand Springs
More than 100 dogs were rescued from a Sand Springs puppy mill by the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office and The Humane Society of Tulsa…
Sand Springs announces new RiverWest hotel
The City of Sand Springs has announced its newest addition to RiverWest – a new prototype 70-room Holiday Inn Express.
Sand Springs couple recovering after fire rescue
Hours after the fire was completely put out, smoke was still rising tonight from a pile of rubble. The rubble is all that is left from Doug…
Sand Springs building destoyed in fire
Firefighters have a fire under control after it ripped through a downtown Sand Springs business early Sunday.
Oklahoman lands in jail for revenge porn website
An Oklahoma man has been arrested on California charges that he operated a website for so-called revenge porn and extorted money from the victims.
Zink, low-water dams discussed at meeting
Representatives from the City of Tulsa, Tulsa County, Muskogee (Creek) Nation, and the cities of Bixby, Jenks and Sand Springs met Thursday…
Sand Springs mobile home burns, cause unknown
Firefighters say their information indicated that the trailer was vacant. However, firefighters who searched the burning home found…
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.
PSO: Power back in Sand Springs after grassfire
Hundreds of people were without power in Tulsa County Wednesday night after a grass fire caused a transformer to blow.
Man accused of choking wife, taking her teeth
A man is facing a strangulation charge after an altercation with his wife, who claims he stole her teeth and assaulted her.
Overnight chase in Sand Springs ends in crash
Sand Springs police dealt with a chase and its aftermath in the early morning hours of Friday morning.
OSBI IDs man killed in ofc-involved shooting
According to the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation, James E. Stutchman died after leading police on a chase.
Local stores pulling beef products after recall
The USDA says Oklahoma and 35 other states have received shipments of tainted beef from the California-based Rancho Feeding Corporation.
4 1/2 reasons spring is on the way
It's been a long, bitter cold winter, but a few signs of spring have been showing up.
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…