Here is a look at some of the top stories making headlines on Sunday morning.
A rescue operation is underway to get 12 kids and their soccer coach out of a flooded cave in Thailand.
Sunday marks two weeks since the soccer team has been trapped inside.
Officials say rescuing just one child at a time could take up to eleven hours, a total of two to four days to rescue them all.
A former Thai Navy SEAL who tried to free the stranded soccer team died last week.
Police are searching for leads in an overnight shooting outside of a downtown Tulsa bar early Sunday.
Officers responded near 18th Street and Boston Avenue.
Police say at first, they thought it was just fireworks going off, but they noticed shell casings nearby.
Officers did find a bullet hole at a fire station across the street, but don't know if it's related.
Paramedics took the victim to the hospital in an unknown condition, but is talking to police.
No arrests have been made.
In south Tulsa, you can expect to see a lot more orange cones.
Beginning at 8 a.m. Sunday ,Tulsa crews will be repairing a water leak near 61st Street and Yale Road.
If you're driving through that area, you won't be able to turn left onto Yale from either direction.
You might want to avoid that area or find another route.
The city says repairs should be finished by Friday.