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    Quick Facts: A motorcycle and a car crashed Sept. 15 Two people on the motorcycle went to the hospital in critical condition 44-year-old Rebecca Harris was pronounced dead Sept. 19 The Department of Public Safety confirmed her death Monday  Trending Now on FOX23.com Dale Earnhardt Jr. quotes JFK in response to kneeling protests Police: 3 use 'peculiar weapon' in midtown robbery, shooting Like FOX23 News on Facebook West Tulsa chemical spill reported Texas doughnut shop offering 'scary clown deliveries' Trending Video WWII veteran, 97, kneels in support of NFL's national anthem protests
  • Quick Facts: Brian Kuester took the oath of office Monday President Donald Trump nominated Kuester on July 19 for the Eastern District of Oklahoma  The Eastern District covers 26 counties Kuester previously served as a police officer in Missoui before attending law school He also served as the District Attorney for Oklahoma's 27th Prosecutorial District   Trending Now on FOX23.com Dale Earnhardt Jr. quotes JFK in response to kneeling protests Police: 3 use 'peculiar weapon' in midtown robbery, shooting Like FOX23 News on Facebook West Tulsa chemical spill reported Texas doughnut shop offering 'scary clown deliveries' Trending Video WWII veteran, 97, kneels in support of NFL's national anthem protests
  • Quick Facts: Three teens crashed in Rogers County, near Chelsea  A 15-year-old was ejected and died at the scene A 14-year-old and 17-year old were hospitalized Investigators say the surviving teens wore seatbelts The cause of the crash remains under investigation   Trending Now on FOX23.com Dale Earnhardt Jr. quotes JFK in response to kneeling protests Police: 3 use 'peculiar weapon' in midtown robbery, shooting Like FOX23 News on Facebook West Tulsa chemical spill reported Texas doughnut shop offering 'scary clown deliveries' Trending Video WWII veteran, 97, kneels in support of NFL's national anthem protests
  • Quick Facts: Caleb Lee went to jail in early September on murder complaints He was blamed for the death of a man in a Broken Arrow parking lot during an alleged drug exchange Tulsa County jail documents say he died  Jail administrators say he had a medical episode and died at a local hospital The medical examiner will determine the cause of death  A Broken Arrow murder suspect died in an apparent medical episode while in custody.  FOX23 confirmed with jail administrators that Caleb Lee died Sunday morning.  A detention officer called for help after finding Lee on the ground. He went to the hospital for treatment but died.  Lee faced murder charges in the death of a Broken Arrow man outside a local Walmart. Investigators believed he was involved in a drug exchange before deadly gunfire broke out.  The medical examiner will determine a cause of death.  Trending Now on FOX23.com Dale Earnhardt Jr. quotes JFK in response to kneeling protests Police: 3 use 'peculiar weapon' in midtown robbery, shooting Like FOX23 News on Facebook West Tulsa chemical spill reported Texas doughnut shop offering 'scary clown deliveries' Trending Video WWII veteran, 97, kneels in support of NFL's national anthem protests
  • RELATED: Jaguars fans react after some players kneel during anthem After some NASCAR owners  threatened to fire anyone who might protest during the national anthem Sunday, Dale Earnhardt Jr. took to Twitter and responded to national anthem protests that have engulfed the NFL.  Earnhardt Jr, a former Daytona 500 winner, is in his final season in NASCAR's premier series.  Earnhardt Jr., who has 2.2 million Twitter followers, has always been one to express his opinion on social media. He fired off this Tweet Monday:  All Americans R granted rights 2 peaceful protests Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable-JFK— Dale Earnhardt Jr. (@DaleJr) September 25, 2017
  • Quick Facts: AZZ Galvanizing reported a chemical spill Monday morning The west Tulsa company reported a leak of sodium hydroxide, or lye, around 9 a.m.  Tulsa Fire Department and HAZMAT responded to the scene as the chemical reached city storm drains Firefighters say the chemical could reach the river, but the amount will have little to no impact on people or wildlife A tank overfilled; a clean up crew sucked chemicals from the starting point to avoid additional issues AZZ Galvanizing had no comment  Trending Now on FOX23.com Dale Earnhardt Jr. quotes JFK in response to kneeling protests Police: 3 use 'peculiar weapon' in midtown robbery, shooting Like FOX23 News on Facebook West Tulsa chemical spill reported Texas doughnut shop offering 'scary clown deliveries' Trending Video WWII veteran, 97, kneels in support of NFL's national anthem protests
  • A man is arrested for DUI and assault with a deadly weapon after crashing his pickup into a house. TPD says 38-year old Beau Buckman drove into a residence near 31st and Memorial. His truck went through the garage before entering the home around 10:30 p.m. Sunday. No one was injured, but damage to the house is considerable. Buckman's jail bonds total $31,000.
  • Quick Facts: Temps will come down below average after a cold front passes through Rain chances show up ahead of the cold front Showers and storms possible for several days   MONDAY Fort the first week of fall, things are starting out above normal again. Little pop up showers are possible through the day, with a higher chance in the evening and overnight time frame. There is a cold front that is moving towards Green Country throughout the day, inching closer and closer. It should be knocking on Green Country's doorstep late Monday night. TUESDAY Temperatures come down closer to normal. Difference from normal should only be a degree or two. Rain chances increase drastically as the front pushes into Green Country. The areas with the highest chance of rain will be western and northern portions of Green Country. Anything from showers to storms is possible. The chance of the storms turning severe is low, but pockets of heavy rain along with some thunder/lightning cannot be ruled out. WEDNESDAY Once the front pushes through and rain-cooled air arrives, temperatures will be below average. At times some of the temps this week could be about five degrees below average. Showers will still be possible, especially in central to southern portions of Green Country. The cold front will continue to push through the area, dropping temperatures and bringing rain. THURSDAY Most of the rain will have cleared out, although there is still a chance of rain for southern portions of Green Country. Temperatures remain closer to normal if not a few degrees below. FRIDAY Things will be drying out moving into the weekend. It will finally feel like fall for any Friday night football plans or if you are planning to enjoy a pumpkin patch. WEEKEND Mostly dry for Saturday and Sunday. Temperatures remain close to average for the last day of September and the first day of October. Sunday there could be some showers with another little cold front pushing closer. Rain chances are lower for the weekend than early on this week.
  • Quick Facts: Three men attacked a man near 47th and Yale early Monday morning  They shot the man in the arm, then ran off  The victim went to the hospital in an unknown condition Officers received descriptions of 2 of the suspects Police say three men used a 'peculiar weapon' to shoot a robbery victim Monday morning.  Officers responded just after 3:30 a.m. to apartments near 47th and Yale.  A victim and witness were with a man named 'Tuffy' and someone else, when the victim answered the door to find Tuffy's younger brother.  Tuffy, his brother and the third person allegedly took out guns and told the victim he was being robbed. He ran down the hallway and was shot once in the arm. The bullet continued to his chest.  The trio allegedly told the witness to lay on the ground while they ransacked the apartment and left.  Officers found spent and live .300 AAC rounds in the hallways of the first and second floors. Officers say they belong to a .300 AAC Blackout, which was a 'peculiar' weapon in and of itself.  The witness claimed the unusual weapon was also suppressed, making less noise than a typical firearm.  Officers say Tuffy is a 19-year-old black male, about 6'3' and 270 pounds. He was last seen wearing a red hoodie and black pants.  The second suspect was a Hispanic male, about 5'7' and 180 pounds. He was in a black jacket and jeans.  Tuffy's brother was described as a black male, 5'10' and 130 pounds, wearing a white shirt.  The victim told police a suspect's mother possibly lives in the same apartment complex, on the bottom floor.  Download the FOX23 News app for breaking developments in this story  Trending Now on FOX23.com Dale Earnhardt Jr. quotes JFK in response to kneeling protests Police: 3 use 'peculiar weapon' in midtown robbery, shooting Like FOX23 News on Facebook West Tulsa chemical spill reported Texas doughnut shop offering 'scary clown deliveries' Trending Video WWII veteran, 97, kneels in support of NFL's national anthem protests
  • Quick Facts: The fourth annual Cherokee Warrior Flight took off Monday morning Eight Cherokee veterans plan to visit several war memorials and the US Capitol building  Among the veterans, Jack Shamblin  plans to visit his grandson, Master Sgt. Joshua Wheeler's grave site Wheeler rests at Arlington National Cemetery after his 2015 death  As eight Cherokee veterans boarded their flight to the US Capitol, family remains on their mind.  The veterans took off Monday morning for the fourth annual Cherokee Warrior Flight. Each year, veterans visit the capitol to take in several war memorials and tour the Capitol Building.  The flight is about those veterans on board, a way to thank them for their service, according to US Navy veteran Deputy Chief S. Joe Crittenden.  'This year's veterans represent a variety of service over many decades and many stories,' Crittenden said. 'I feel honored to share this experience with each of them.'  Among the veterans, a grandfather whose grandson lost his life in service.  Master Sgt. Joshua Wheeler died fighting ISIS in 2015. His body rests at Arlington National Cemetery.  Read more about Master Sgt. Joshua Wheeler HERE During the Warrior Flight visit, his grandfather Jack Shamblin plans to visit the grave site. The World War II veteran shares the trip with Wheeler's brother.  'It's quite an honor to be recognized by the Cherokee Nation, and I look forward to sharing this trip with ... Zack,' he said. 'I love this country.'  Vietnam veteran brothers board the flight Monday as well. They'd hoped to make this trip with their third brother, but he recently died.  Joining those on the way to DC, Wayne Kellehan brings his daughter, Carolyn, as a chaperone.  'I was so surprised to be invited on the Cherokee Warrior Flight,' said Kellehan, who was a corporal in the U.S. Army. 'It sure means a lot to me to go, and I am excited to see all that there is to see.' The veterans participating on the 2017 Cherokee Warrior Flight include the following:   World War II Jack Shamblin, 90, Army Air Force, of Roland Wayne Kellehan, 92, Army, of Claremore Johnnie Crittenden, 92, Army, of Burbank, California   Korean War John Swimmer, 84, Army, of Vian Granvill 'Buck' Murray, 84, Army, of Claremore Jim Quetone, 86, Army, of Tahlequah   Vietnam War Ray Grass, 70, Navy, Air Force, of Locust Grove Russell Grass, 73, Navy, of Walnut Creek, California   Trending Now on FOX23.com Dale Earnhardt Jr. quotes JFK in response to kneeling protests Police: 3 use 'peculiar weapon' in midtown robbery, shooting Like FOX23 News on Facebook West Tulsa chemical spill reported Texas doughnut shop offering 'scary clown deliveries' Trending Video WWII veteran, 97, kneels in support of NFL's national anthem protests