• Tulsa LGBT Community Supports Trans Service Members - News On 6

    News On 6 -  Members of Tulsa's LGBT community were at the Equality Center tonight to support transgender service members. Supporters say members of the trans community should be allowed to serve equally in the military, just as in those of close allies like ...
  • Tulsa Man Gets Life In Prison For Road-Rage Assault - News On 6

    News On 6 -  A Tulsa man will spend the rest of his life in prison for a road-rage assault. A judge agreed to a jury's recommendation of a life sentence for Jestin Tafolla. 7/14/2017 Related Story: Tulsa Jury Calls For Life Sentence For Man Convicted Of Road Rage.
  • What happened to passenger rail service between Tulsa and OKC? - -  TULSA - Three years ago when the Stillwater Central (WATCO Companies) bought the Sooner Sub from the Oklahoma Department of Transportation, there was a promise of passenger rail. The train route was called the Eastern Flyer to run passenger service ...
  • Tulsa Public Schools Continues Search For Teachers - News On 6

    News On 6 -  Tulsa Public Schools is close to the goal of having a teacher for every classroom this fall despite the difficulties of hiring teachers during a shortage. Tulsa Public Schools has hired 400 teachers this summer. They need about 430 and school starts in ...
  • Tulsa County Task Force Seeks Tips In Cold Cases - News On 6

    News On 6 -  The Tulsa County Sheriff's Office Cold Case Task Force is taking a closer look at 26 unsolved cases in Tulsa County, including the case of a man murdered in July 2000. The body of Russell Lee Roberts was discovered in his residence at 1539 E. 56th St.
  • City To Demolish West Tulsa House Declared As Public Nuisance - News On 6

    News On 6 -  A west Tulsa house overrun with pests will be torn down after neighbors say they complained about the house for about a year. The news comes a day after News On 6 aired a story about neighbors' complaints about the house being unsafe. 7/26/2017 ...

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