The third death associated with marijuana edibles could not have come at a worse time for the state’s 15-month-old legal pot industry. Services are being held today in Tulsa, OK, for Luke Goodman, 23, who reportedly killed himself last Saturday night in a condo at Colorado’s Keystone Ski Area, where he was staying for two... Continue Reading
Every year we whine about winter and wish for spring's arrival. Then Mother Nature shows up in a horrid mood and ruins everything. She was particularly nasty yesterday (Wednesday, March 25) to Oklahoma residents. A tornado in a Tulsa-area neighborhood killed one woman and twister magnet Moore about 125 miles to the south was hit again. Show More Summary
The family of a 23-year-old Tulsa man believes excessive marijuana consumption from edible candies led Luke Goodman to kill himself while on vacation in Colorado.
Here is some stuff in the news today...[Content Note: Extreme weather; death. Video may autoplay at link.] Tulsa area hit by deadly tornadoes: "One person was killed and several others were injured when a series of 'extremely dangerous' tornadoes ripped through Oklahoma, knocking out power and leaving a massive trail of destruction. Show More Summary
Multiple damaging tornadoes touched down in Oklahoma, including Moore - which has been ravaged repeatedly by twisters in recent years.
TULSA, Okla. (AP) — The first batch of severe weather in this year's tornado season has devastated an Oklahoma mobile home park, and storms across the area damaged buildings, tore off roofs and left debris strewn across roads. One person was killed and several were injured.
A storm system produced at least three tornadoes in Arkansas and Oklahoma on Wednesday, killing one person and injuring several others, officials said. A tornado moving through the Tulsa suburb of Sand Springs damaged as many as 60 buildings, a spokesman for the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office...
One person has reportedly died after a tornado tore through a Tulsa, Okla. mobile park Wednesday as multiple counties additionally braced for potential flash flooding and severe thunderstorms.
A potentially dangerous tornado is expected to touch down in and around Tulsa, Oklahoma on Wednesday evening, March 25. The National Weather Service has issued a tornado warning for the region, urging residents to take cover in basements or storm shelters for safety.
Milissa Rehberger reports breaking news of a tornado that touched down Wednesday evening just west of Tulsa, Oklahoma.
A team of Girl Scout Daisies showed some super flower power at the White House on Monday. “The Supergirls,” aka Troop 411 -- a team of five 6-year-olds from Tulsa, Oklahoma, represented Girl Scouts of America at the 2015 White House Science Fair with a page-turning robot. Show More Summary
Stevie Repichowski to transfer from University of Tulsa basketball team
We start of our day with some somber news to report. MotoAmerica racer Dane Westby was killed in a streetbike accident yesterday in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He was 28 years old. According to KTUL.com, the accident occurred when Westby, who was...Show More Summary
March 24--Although Denny Schmickle, head of the Rogers State University (RSU) Department Head of Fine Arts, is not actually riding around on a Tulsa Transit bus, his artwork is... and it has more than just a great seat. It literallyShow More Summary
If you went to middle school in Tulsa, Oklahoma, from 2008 to 2011, you may have been lucky enough to take a class with one Mr. McPherson. As the chair of the art department, he taught students about Andy Kaufman, organized an avant-garde program and had a mixtape club that even...
Doug Jandebeur, an 84-year old veteran, sent an alleged mugger “packing” when the elderly man pulled out a firearm for self protection. The assailant grabbed Jandebeur from behind outside the U.S. Army vet’s Tulsa, Oklahoma, business, as he was getting into his truck. Show More Summary
The previous blockbuster discovery for Oklahoma City and Tulsa schools was S.B. 68, the "under-the-radar" bill to authorize cities to compete with school systems in sponsoring charter schools. The Tulsa World's Andrea Eger, in "Change...Show More Summary
"This has just been so crazy, that it's unbelievable. The timing and everything is just mind-boggling. It really is." The frustration of Corie Harding has clearly reached a boiling point after an NCAA rule change, which the family didn't...Show More Summary
By Dave Weston, Tulsa World Authored by Rep. Tom Newell, the landmark House Bill 1749 has passed the Oklahoma House of Representatives and is slated to be heard by the Senate.
The NCAA Tournament isn't back until Thursday, and a few teams that nearly made the field of 68 are on display Monday. The second round of the 2015 NIT concludes Monday with three games, securing the final spots in the tournament quarterfinals to be played beginning Friday. Show More Summary