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    OSBI has been called to investigate an officer involved shooting in Bixby. Shortly after 5am, Bixby police were responding to an assault with a weapon call near the  16400 block of S. 84th E. Ave where they were told the family's vehicle had been taken. Another officer on his way to the scene spotted the stolen vehicle and attempted to stop the vehicle and then the vehicle fled.  The vehicle eventually stopped near the  8600 block of East 169th.  Police say  the suspect turned the vehicle around and started driving the vehicle toward the officer. The officer then fired his weapon at the vehicle and the vehicle fled the scene.  Officers later found the vehicle near the  17400 Block of S. 92nd E. Ave with the male suspect with gunshot wounds. The suspect was taken to Saint Francis Hospital with an unknown condition. 
  • Northeast winds usher in slightly cooler air and much lower humidity Temps drop into the mid 90s for the next several days Next chance of significant rain not likely until next weekend WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE to see how long the lower temperatures will last.   DOWNLOAD THE FOX23 WEATHER APP You can grab the latest information and stay in touch with the FOX23 Severe Weather team by following them on Facebook. Click on their photos below to link to their individual Facebook pages.    
  • Police are looking for the suspect in a deadly shooting early Sunday morning.  The shooting happened near Apache and Yale at a nightclub.  A 37 year old black male was the victim in this shooting and he was pronounced dead at the scene around 2:45am. Police say the incident started at another club and ended there.  Officers were across the street when they heard gunshots.  Police believe that alcohol could have been a factor in the shooting.
  • Tulsa detectives are investigating an early Sunday morning homicide. The fatal shooting happened around 2:18 a.m. outside of a club near Apache and Yale. Sgt. Dave Walker says everything started with a disturbance at another bar. “The disturbance carries over into this parking lot where he ends up shot several times,” Walker said.   It’s believed the shooter wasn’t involved in the disturbance at the bar.  Instead, Walker states the suspect may have been called to the club parking lot to play the role of cavalry.   So far, the shooter is still on the loose. Police are interviewing witnesses downtown.   Anyone with information regarding the shooting is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 918-596-COPS.  
  • A man is said to have non-life threatening injuries after getting shot in the shoulder late Saturday night. The shooting happened around 11 p.m. outside of a QuikTrip near 41st and Memorial. An officer at the scene reports an altercation occurred between four people in a champagne colored car and two people inside of a truck. “One of the individuals kicked the back of the truck,” the officer said.  “Another one gets out with a pistol and fires one round into the truck, striking the driver in the shoulder.” The shooter then jumped back in the car and took off down the road. A female inside the truck wasn't hurt. Police have not released a description of the shooter.  We do know investigators have plenty of witnesses and surveillance video from the store.   Anyone with information regarding the shooting is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 918-596-COPS.
  • It didn't take Tulsa investigators long to find a stabbing suspect on Saturday.  That's because Leon Davis called police to report he had stabbed the victim in self-defense and the knife was in his pocket.  He apparently made the call after leaving the scene.   The stabbing allegedly happened around 3:43 p.m. at the Cove Apartments near 11th Memorial. A police supervisor reports the victim was stabbed in the abdomen and it's believed his injuries are non-life threatening.  After speaking with detectives, Davis was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon. “The suspect's claim of self-defense was not supported by the evidence and his statement to detectives,” the supervisor said.   Davis has been booked into the Tulsa County Jail.  
  • KRMG is learning more about a three-vehicle crash on Saturday at 10400 E. Broken Arrow Expressway. A Tulsa police supervisor reports Chad Wilhite has been arrested for DUI in connection with the crash. It’s believed Wilhite was traveling at 100 MPH when he hit a second vehicle. A third car was then hit by one or both of the other vehicles. While being questioned, Wilhite only got himself into more trouble.  “The driver of the car causing the collision admitted to drinking ‘a half pint of Fireball,’” the supervisor said.   Three people were injured in the crash.  They are all expected to be okay.  
  • A 40-year-old Idabel man will be okay thanks to the quick thinking of his wife. Oklahoma Highway Patrol report James Bryan was kayaking with his dog on Broken Bow Lake yesterday. During this time, the kayak overturned and the dog got scared.  KRMG’s told the dog jumped on Bryan, making it hard for him to stay above water. “Victim's wife, who was also kayaking, saw what happened and pulled the victim to shore,” OHP said.   There have been no reports that the dog was injured during the incident.  
  • We now know the name of the female motorcyclist who was killed in a Tulsa wreck early Saturday morning. In a press release, Oklahoma Highway Patrol list the victim as 28-year-old Brooke Gray of Terlton. Investigators report Gray lost control of her motorcycle on I44 near South Union Avenue. “(She) became separated from the motorcycle,” press release stated.  “Driver of vehicle-1 was struck by an unknown vehicle.” Gray was pronounced dead at the scene.   No additional information has been released about the unknown vehicle.  
  • For the third day in a row a medical heat alert was issued for Tulsa. EMSA officials report medics worked five suspected heat-related calls as of 5:30 p.m. on Saturday. If crews work five or more of those calls within a 24-hour period, the alert is sent out. “Thus far in 2018, EMSA medics have responded to 240 suspected heat-related illness calls in the Tulsa area,” EMSA officials said.  “In 2017 medics responded to a total of 237 suspected heat-related illness calls in and around Tulsa.” The high today is expected to be around 95 degrees.  EMSA urges residents to have a plan to stay safe in the heat.   EMSA tips for staying healthy in the heat:    PRE-HYDRATION is key in preventing heat-related illness. Drink plenty of water or electrolyte replacement drinks several hours prior to and during long exposure to the summer heat.  Wear light-colored, loose-fitting clothing and a wide brimmed hat if working outdoors and take plenty of shade breaks.  No alcohol or caffeine.   If you do not have air conditioning, find a cooling station or public space (such as libraries or malls) during the day.  Also, don’t limit your air conditioning. If you are concerned about your electric bill, call PSO or 211. They have programs that could possibly help you.  Use the buddy system if working outdoors and check on elderly neighbors.  Keep a cell phone on you at all times when outdoors, including walking, running daily errands, yard work or sports and physical activity.