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Tulsa Police Warn Of Porch Pirate Ahead Of The Holidays
Tulsa Police Warn Of Porch Pirate Ahead Of The Holidays

Folks who live in some Tulsa neighborhoods are on high alert after they say people have been stealing packages off their porches.

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Grandma Of Pawnee County Newborn After Loss: “Every Memory is Precious”
Grandma Of Pawnee County Newborn After Loss: “Every Memory is Precious”

A grandmother and her family are devastated about the loss of her two-month-old grandson. Investigators arrested the baby’s father for murder this week. 

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Tulsa Chamber Of Commerce Previews 2022 During 'State Of The Economy' Address
Tulsa Chamber Of Commerce Previews 2022 During 'State Of The Economy' Address

The Tulsa Chamber of Commerce held its annual "State of the Economy" on Thursday. City leaders talked about what 2022 might have in store for Tulsa.

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Okla.'s Congressional Delegation Reacts To News Of The Omicron Variant As Nations Raise The Alarm
Okla.'s Congressional Delegation Reacts To News Of The Omicron Variant As Nations Raise The Alarm

In light of growing concerns over the Omicron variant and with colder weather now forcing more Americans indoors, President Joe Biden is laying out new actions to keep Americans safe from COVID-19 this winter.

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Tulsa Man Arrested, Accused Of Rape, Molesting 14-Year-Old Girl
Tulsa Man Arrested, Accused Of Rape, Molesting 14-Year-Old Girl

Tulsa Police have arrested a man they say is accused of rape and lewd molestation of a 14-year-old girl. Police say 38-year-old Terrell Tate was messaging the girl on Instagram and the messages turned sexual.

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Tulsa Man's Murder Conviction, Life Sentence Overturned Due To Tribal Status
Tulsa Man's Murder Conviction, Life Sentence Overturned Due To Tribal Status

A man has had his conviction and life sentence overturned, after going on a carjacking spree in 2016 and shooting and killing a man during the crime spree. A Tulsa jury found Emmitt Sam guilty of murdering Johnathan Stephens, but now the case has been overturned because Sam is Cherokee, so the state didn’t have jurisdiction, based on last year’s Supreme Court ruling.

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State Files Lawsuit Against Biden Administration Over COVID Vaccine Mandate
State Files Lawsuit Against Biden Administration Over COVID Vaccine Mandate

The state of Oklahoma filed a lawsuit Thursday against the Biden Administration over its COVID-19 vaccine mandate for military and federal employees.

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Therapy Thoughts: Coping With Seasonal Depression
Therapy Thoughts: Coping With Seasonal Depression

The holidays are typically thought of as a happy time but for some, they can have a negative impact on their mental health. Dr. Brenda Lloyd Jones from the University of Oklahoma joined News On 6 at 4 Ito talk about how we can all get through the holidays stress-free.

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Community Tips Helped Provide More Details About Suspect In Coweta Convenience Store Robbery
Community Tips Helped Provide More Details About Suspect In Coweta Convenience Store Robbery

Coweta Police say tips from the public helped them identify the suspect in a robbery and shooting. The police are now hoping for more leads, but there's also an active search for Ellic Hayden the suspect police say shot a store clerk 5 times during a robbery.

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Father-Daughter Team Provides RVs To People Who Lost Homes In California Wildfires
Father-Daughter Team Provides RVs To People Who Lost Homes In California Wildfires

Woody Faircloth and his 9-year-old daughter Luna are getting used to life on the road. For the last three years, they've been taking special trips from Colorado to deliver RVs to families who've lost homes in California's wildfires.

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Millions Of Borrowers Will Have To Start Paying Federal Student Loans Again; Senators Want To Know If Services Are Ready
Millions Of Borrowers Will Have To Start Paying Federal Student Loans Again; Senators Want To Know If Services Are Ready

Millions of people will have to start repaying their federal student loans — deferred during the coronavirus pandemic — in just two months. A group of Democratic senators wants to know if four of the servicers that manage those loans are ready to support those borrowers, many of whom will be making payments on loans for the first time since early last year. 

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Airlines Still Owe Travelers Billions In Refunds For Flights Canceled In 2020
Airlines Still Owe Travelers Billions In Refunds For Flights Canceled In 2020

In 2020, the U.S. Department of Transportation received nearly 90,000 complaints about ticket refunds, up more than 5,000% from less than 1,600 in 2019. Airlines still owe customers anywhere from $20 billion to $90 billion in refunds for flights that were canceled last year, experts say. 

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Woman Injured, Man In Custody After Shooting Near Bixby
Woman Injured, Man In Custody After Shooting Near Bixby

Tulsa County Deputies are investigating a shooting in southern Tulsa county.

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