SPENCER, Okla. (AP) — The Oklahoma County Sheriff Office has issued an Amber alert for a 2-year-old girl who was inside a vehicle when it was carjacked. The girl was found safe about 2:30 Saturday morning. The search continues for the suspect.
In the alert sent to media organizations early Saturday, authorities say Taleah Hill was inside the Chevy when it was stolen and seen leaving a residence in Spencer around 11:20 p.m. Friday.
They say the suspect was 18 to 25 and last seen wearing a black t-shirt and a blue bandanna.
One person is assaulted with a baseball bat, another shot at a Quik Trip parking lot in South Tulsa. Police Officer Leland Ashley says some sort of confrontation between two groups took place at a store at 51st and Yale, then moved to a second Quik Trip near 71st and Mingo…
Several shots were fired. The person hit was taken to a hospital and at last report was in critical condition. Ashley says it’s lucky no innocent bystander was hit by gunfire with the shooting occurring in such a public place.
Bernsen the chimpanzee celebrates his fifth birthday Sunday June 10th. Everyone is invited to the Tulsa Zoo Sunday at 11:30 a.m. to celebrate Bernsen’s birthday. The other chimps will also join the celebration by having birthday treats. Stop by Chimpanzee Connection and wish Bernsen a happy birthday!
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Shareholders of the nation's second largest natural gas producer are preparing to meet with its board of directors and executives amid concerns that the CEO's personal financial activities may have created a conflict of interest.
Shareholders of Oklahoma City-based Chesapeake Energy Corp. will meet with company officials Friday during Chesapeake's annual shareholder's meeting.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The University of Oklahoma has announced the establishment of a cash prize for biomedical research in diabetes.
President David Boren said from Philadelphia Thursday the Harold Hamm Diabetes Center at the University of Oklahoma will award the $250,000 Harold Hamm International Prize and administer it to recognize and promote lasting achievements in diabetes research. Hamm, the Continental Resources CEO, also was on hand for the announcement.
Tulsa Public Schools again calls on Teach For America for their assistance with summer programs June 11th. Over 5,000 students are enrolled into this year’s summer school. Tulsa City-County Health Department offers a voluntary class on prevention of teen pregnancy for secondary students. Elementary students have an opportunity to participate in a YMCA GO program which is centered on character development.