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Skyler Cooper

Skyler started his radio career at KRMG in 2012. He started as a board operator on Sunday mornings and was quickly moved into the producer role for the KRMG Morning News with Dan Potter.

Skyler became a reporter in 2014 and now works as KRMG Morning News Producer and Reporter.

With both of his parents and a grandmother having all worked in the business, Skyler was hooked on radio from an early age.

In his free time, Skyler enjoys playing guitar and spending time outdoors.

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Polls now open for primary elections

Voters in the City of Tulsa will vote for mayor on this Election Day. The mayoral election, as well as the other city elections, are non-partisan. That means if you live in the City of Tulsa and are registered to vote, you can vote for any candidate, no matter your ...

Firefighters battle two south Tulsa house fires early Monday

Firefighters were called to a home near 81st and Harvard early Monday morning for a fire. Flames could be seen high in the air as crews arrived. Firefighters told KRMG the home is an empty rental property. No one was at the home, but firefighters said the utilities were still ...

Scenes from tonight's 2016 Tulsa Mayoral Forum

Reaction rolls in to KRMG Mayoral Forum

The 2016 Mayoral Forum gave Tulsa voters a chance to see the difference in the two frontrunners in the race for Tulsa mayor. Current Tulsa Mayor, Dewey Bartlett, and challenger, Tulsa City Councilor GT Bynum, answered questions from a panel of moderators from KRMG, FOX23 and the Tulsa World. Mayor ...

Colorado murder suspect arrested in Tulsa

Three people were shot and killed in Denver, Colorado June 3rd in what police said was a drug dispute. A fourth person was critically injured in the shooting. Tulsa police were alerted that three suspects had ties to Tulsa and that they could be in Oklahoma. Tulsa police found one ...

Known criminal arrested for driving stolen vehicle

Tulsa police responded to a report of a stolen vehicle Sunday near Admiral and Harvard. While gathering information from the victim, the vehicle was spotted driving by. Officers stopped the car and found Curtis Overbay driving. He was arrested and faces charges of possession of a stolen vehicle and obstructing ...

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Mayoral debate interrupted by uninvited candidate

A debate between the two front-running candidates for Tulsa mayor was interrupted Wednesday. Paul Tay, also a candidate for mayor, wasn’t invited to participate in the debate because he did not receive enough votes in a poll. Tulsa Mayor Dewey Bartlett and Tulsa City Councilor GT Bynum were about to ...

Flying Tee brings unique fun to Jenks

Three native Oklahomans have teamed up to bring Tulsa a unique place to hang with friends and swing some clubs. Flying Tee, just over the Arkansas River in Jenks, is a place to work on your golf swing or just have dinner with an unbeatable view of the water. “It’s ...

Tulsa bridge closed for reconstruction

Construction kicked off Tuesday on a nearly $20 million bridge rehabilitation project in Tulsa. ODOT is working on the 23rd St. bridge over I-244. This work will impact traffic on the 23rd St. bridge until early 2018 and drivers should plan ahead to adjust their route. This bridge goes over ...

Police arrest suspect in south Tulsa homicide

Update: Tulsa police arrested the suspect, Jason Anthony (AKA Shaky) on May 24, 2016. Anthony was taken into custody near 11th and Mingo and charged in the death of Michael Fisher. ------------------------------------------- Original Story: A man is dead and a woman is injured after a shooting on Saturday in south ...

Tulsa, OKC chambers urge lawmakers to kill transgender bill

Leaders of the chambers of commerce in Tulsa and Oklahoma City are urging state lawmakers to kill a bill relating to transgender restrooms in schools. SB1619 would require school districts to provide separate restrooms for students who object to sharing restrooms with transgender students on religious grounds. Chamber Presidents Mike ...

 
 

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