You've most likely heard people refer to Tulsa as the "meth capital of the world."
This week we got a look at new numbers that prove it
The CNN Money map published this week tracks the number of contaminated meth labs found in each county in the US from 2004 to last year.
Tulsa County had 949 labs. That's more than any other county in the country.
Now, the narcotics agents tell us that we have made progress.
The number of labs they're finding is actually slowly dropping because of new laws making it hard to get pseudoephedrine, one of the key ingredients in crank.
But, even as they say it's improving, they will tell you we won't beat this problem until Sudafed is restricted to prescription-only.