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The city will apparently spend $6.5 million of CARES Act money, which had been set aside for a new fire station, to buy a property a former city councilor says was recently assessed at less than $3 million.
The Oklahoma Statewide Virtual Charter School Board voted 3-2 Monday to approve what would be the nation’s first taxpayer-funded religious charter school.
Ukrainian forces are making a major effort to punch through Russian defensive lines in southeast Ukraine for a second day in what may be the start of a counteroffensive
Officials are investigating whether Florida’s Gov. Ron DeSantis was behind a flight that picked up asylum-seekers on the Texas border and flew them — apparently without their knowledge — to California’s capital, even as faith-based groups scrambled to find housing and food for them
In-depth topics from the KRMG Morning News with Dan Potter on 102.3 KRMG Tulsa's News & Talk.
Tulsa Mayor GT Bynum joins the KRMG Morning News with Dan Potter to discuss his comments on St. Francis's "convening of heroes" as well as what he's doing in Columbus, Ohio at the US Conference of Mayors.
Tulsa Police Chief Wendell Franklin joins the KRMG Morning News with Dan Potter for an 8 AM IN-DEPTH HOUR special. One year ago Thursday, a man named Michael Louis entered an office building on the Saint Francis Hospital campus in midtown Tulsa through a second-floor entrance from a parking garage. Within moments, he had shot and killed four people before taking his own life as police officers began rushing to the scene from the ground floor.
Tulsa Mayor GT Bynum joins the KRMG Morning News with Dan Potter to talk about the huge announcement that an international green energy company will build a solar panel manufacturing facility at the Tulsa Port of Inola in what is being called the largest economic development project in the state history.
KRMG's Skyler Cooper brings you the afternoon's top headlines.
Christopher Harris was on the run for several days after police said he shot an officer. Turns out, he wasn't far away all along.
Broken Arrow City Manager Michael Spurgeon discusses a proposed development denied by the Planning Commission, the final steps on roadwork at New Orleans Square and job openings at the City.
Skyler takes a tour of the new Costco at 46th Street North & Highway 169 with General Manager Bill VanHoose.