Amber Hilberling told a national television audience on Friday that she still can't understand what happened the day her husband fell to his death from the couple's high-rise apartment at the University Club Tower.
They promised fireworks immediately following Oklahoma's softball regional opener against Marist on Friday. The Sooners were in no mood to wait.
Those opposing the Keystone XL Pipeline warn incessantly about dangers to aquifers, rivers and farm land, but perhaps the loudest strike comes from a distant, now quiet watershed in western Michigan.
If there's one thing all Tulsans probably agree on, it's that continued work to improve local streets is needed.
An old photograph of Carol Eames' former west Tulsa home shows a different place from what she ultimately grew it into. The land is flat, plain and unremarkable in the picture. There are trees here and there and a lot of grass.
Top-ranked Sooners defeat Arkansas to take control of softball regional OU counter-punched enough to earn a 10-5 victory to land into Sunday's 1 p.m. regional final.
GUERIN EMIG World Sports Writer
TU softball season ends with NCAA regional loss Northern Iowa tops the Hurricane 2-1 in the losers bracket game.
BILL HORD World Correspondent
Drumright man arrested in woman's dragging death incident last year Charles Douglas Graves, 51, is being held in the Payne County Jail without bond in connection with the ...
KENDRICK MARSHALL World Staff Writer
Leaders, business owners celebrate opening of Shoppes on Peoria The grand opening of the Shoppes on Peoria, 1717 N. Peoria Ave., marked the realization of a concept ...
DAVID HARPER World Staff Writer
UPDATE: Tornado watch issued for parts of Oklahoma The dangerous weather is forecast to continue into Sunday night as the storms move east.
Sunday: Pickens aims to make more, give more money DALLAS — Days away from his 85th birthday, T. Boone Pickens isn’t satisfied with the estimated $1.2 billion fortune he’s amassed.
ZIVA BRANSTETTERWorld Enterprise Editor
Oxbow upsets Orb in Preakness It was the sixth Preakness win for trainer D. Wayne Lukas.
Charges filed against Waurika man accused of molesting girl, 13 David Dean Grubbs, 43, of Waurika, Okla., is charged in Tulsa County District Court with two counts of ...
Charge filed against Jenks student who police say had knife on campus Reed Weldon Scroggs, 18, of Tulsa, was charged Friday with a single count of possession of a weapon on ...
Claremore man dies in Saturday morning crash The Oklahoma Highway Patrol said that William Cooper, 33, died at the scene after failing to stop at a stop sign and being struck by the driver of a pickup.
Man accused exposing self, following females into store The woman told police she saw the suspect expose himself near a curb as she was traveling east on Lansing Street.
Sunday: Jenks schools investigated after parents opt out of testing Although state education officials declined to release specifics, it appears the investigation targets an opt-out movement among parents of Jenks Middle School students during last month’s testing period.
KIM ARCHER World Staff Writer
Coming Sunday: Get to know the Tulsa Shock's new star, S She’s the new face of the franchise and it’s fair to say she’s become something of a celebrity during a heralded Notre Dame basketball career.
Boston police, city to review bombings response LOWELL, Mass. — Boston's police department and mayor's office will conduct twin reviews of the response to last month's bombing of the Boston Marathon, police commissioner Ed Davis said Saturday.
FBI executes search warrant in ricin letter case Police say the investigation has focused on a neighborhood near downtown Spokane.
Nude man allegedly exposed self to teenage girls The victims and their boyfriends identified Baldwin as the nude man they saw in a parking lot at Reed Park.
New Orleans says gunfire won't end 'second lines' Buckner said the kind of violence that happened May 12 can't be allowed to destroy such a unique tradition.
CHEVEL JOHNSON Associated Press
OJ's ex-lawyer contradicts his testimony on guns Galanter denied giving Simpson the go-ahead to retrieve the photos and footballs he believed had been stolen from him.
KEN RITTER AND LINDA DEUTSCHAssociated Press
Will Boy Scouts accept gay youth? Vote is imminent There have been warnings of mass defections if the ban is even partially lifted.
DAVID CRARY AP National Writer
Probe begins after Connecticut commuter trains crash Two commuter trains packed with rush-hour commuters collided in an accident that sent about 70 people ...
SUSAN HAIGH Associated Press
Obama agenda seems to be weathering controversies Despite Democratic fears, predictions of the demise of President Barack Obama's agenda appear exaggerated ...
DAVID ESPO AP Special Correspondent
South Korea says North Korea fires 3 short-range missiles North Korea fired three short-range guided missiles into its eastern waters on Saturday, a South Korean ...
Missing Holdenville man found dead in Seminole County Eric Stephens, 33, was found dead on a roadside, the OSBI reported.
DATELINE TULSA: Amber Hilberling gets national spotlight from prison She says she still doesn't know what happened when her husband fell to his death from their highrise
Charges filed in case of Tulsa couple accused of tying boy with belts Investigators noted more than 30 injuries on the child that were inflicted with belts or cords.
Obama budget cuts deficits $1.1 trillion by 2023 The report said to achieve his $1.1 trillion in savings, Obama relies on $974 billion in higher revenue and $172 billion in spending cuts.
ALAN FRAM, Associated Press
Schwarz no longer at TU; walk-on kicker gets apparent promotion The university acknowledged that kicker Daniel Schwarz and wide receiver Adam Boyd – each of whom was ...
BILL HAISTEN World Sports Writer
OSU won't release Lunt to certain transfer sites Oklahoma State has confirmed that former Cowboy quarterback Wes Lunt will not be released to transfer ...
JIMMIE TRAMEL World Sports Writer
Silver Alert issued for missing Barnsdall man Kenneth Charter has Alzheimer's disease and has been missing since about 2:30 p.m., authorities said
Coming Sunday: Boone Pickens talks about his legacy, why he needs to make more money With a net worth now estimated by Forbes at $1.2 billion, Pickens tells the Tulsa World in an exclusive ...
Tulsa man pleads guilty to involvement in plot to distribute marijuana Thamous Eugene Taylor, who said he now lives in California, admitted that he engaged in the conspiracy ...
Inhofe says Obama lies with conviction Inhofe: 'Never in the history of our country have we had a president with so much disdain for every institution ...
RANDY KREHBIEL World Staff Writer
Bob Stoops commits to Patriot Cup The Patriot Cup, always held on Memorial Day, will pair 38 pro golfers and celebrities with active and ...
Emergency repair approved for Turner Turnpike bridge Work should begin later this month on the Oak Road bridge on the Turner Turnpike in Lincoln County, the ...
MICHAEL MCNUTT NewsOK.com
GOP hopes IRS scandal will snag health care law The Internal Revenue Service has a major role in carrying out the health care law, because financial ...
RICARDO ALONSO-ZALDIVARAssociated Press
Fallin asks lawmakers to save Insure Oklahoma before session ends “Insure Oklahoma is currently delivering affordable health insurance options to 30,000 Oklahomans with ...
WAYNE GREENE World Senior Writer
Stocks: Market rises on hopeful signs for the U.S. economy The Standard & Poor's 500 rose 12 points to 1,662, or 0.7 percent.
Oil: Price rises above $96 on encouraging economic news A gauge of future economic activity in the U.S. rose more than analysts expected, as did a measure of ...
Sooners secure pair of commitments 'He walks across the wrestling mat onhis hands,' Troy coach Scot Brewer told the Tulsa World.
Coming Sunday: Get to know the Tulsa Shock's new star, Skylar Diggins She will play her first regular-season home game for the Shock on May 27.
Powerball jackpot grows to $600 million Odds of winning the Powerball jackpot are about 1 in 175 million.
Kansas inmate makes appearance in 1996 Delaware County murder case John Lee Weeks was charged in May 2011 with first-degree murder in the disappearance of Barbara Ann ...
SHEILA STOGSDILL World Correspondent
Sallisaw man bound over for trial on murder charge Authorities found the victim's body on Oct. 9, 1997, near Sallisaw. Sequoyah County authorities took ...
Grand Lake boating victims died of blunt force trauma injuries Two died Tuesday when the boat they were riding in hit a 100-foot unoccupied houseboat.
American Airlines will favor passengers without roller bags American said that the change will allow flights to take off sooner, helping the airline improve its ...
DAVID KOENIG AP Airlines Writer
State's jobless rate dips to 4.9 percent in April April’s rate was down from 5.0 percent in March and February. A year ago at the same time, the state’s ...
LAURIE WINSLOW World Staff Writer
After 10 years, Toby Keith pleased with the progress on the OK Kids Korral “I see it on paper, I see great graphics, I see the people working on it. I see our goal...'
BRANDY MCDONNELL NewsOK.com
How Candice Glover won 'American Idol' 'I don't remember him saying my name,' said Glover. 'I do remember confetti getting in my mouth.'
DERRIK J. LANGAP Entertainment Writer
OU assistant coach's wife hosts Zumbathon to battle cystic fibrosis Doctors once told her parents she wouldn't live long enough to start kindergarten.
JASON KERSEY NewsOK.com
Warr Acres police arrest two after home burglary, manhunt “The other one led them on a hunt for quite some time, jumping fences, hiding in houses.”
JULIANA KEEPING NewsOK.com
Oklahoma City psychiatrist fined $25,000 for letting students write prescriptions He was placed on 30 months' probation and will not be allowed to supervise students studying to become ...
ANDREW KNITTLE NewsOK.com
Death row inmate accused in LeFlore County killings to ask board for clemency He is scheduled to die June 18 for the stabbing deaths of an elderly couple in 2000.
Officials report attempted jury duty scam in Oklahoma The caller asks for the intended victims' Social Security number and date of birth to allegedly verify ...
Attic damaged in morning house fire The home, near Pine and Marshall streets, sustained about $15,000 in damages.
AMANDA BLAND World Staff Writer
TPD: Mom pursuing charges after son, 15, steals van The teen was arrested after wrecking the van near Pine Street and Union Avenue.
Some lost everything to North Texas tornado Raul Rodriguez counts himself a lucky man.
DAVID WARREN & JAMIE STENGLEAssociated Press
Obama vows to end 'scourge' of military sex abuse President Barack Obama is pledging to eliminate the 'scourge' of sexual assault in the military while ...
LOLITA C. BALDOR ROBERT BURNSAssociated Press
Amber Hilberling discusses husband's fatal fall Amber Hilberling told a national television audience on Friday that she still can't understand what happened ...
Death notices for May 18 Including Tulsa and northeastern Oklahoma.
Oklahoma State won't release QB Wes Lunt to transfer to Big 12, SEC or Pac-12 Oklahoma State has confirmed that former Cowboy quarterback Wes Lunt will not be released to transfer ...
Nude man allegedly exposed self to teenage girls The victims and their boyfriends identified Baldwin as the nude man they saw in a parking lot at Reed ...
DATELINE TULSA: Amber Hilberling gets national spotlight from lock-up She says she still doesn't know what happened when her husband fell to his death.
Sunday: Jenks schools investigated after parents opt out of testing Although state education officials declined to release specifics, it appears the investigation targets ...
Durant's parting comments show promising future for Thunder Sometimes Kevin Durant is simply remarkable.
JOHN E. HOOVER World Sports Columnist
Coming Sunday: Get to know the Tulsa Shock's new star, Skylar Diggins She’s the new face of the franchise and it’s fair to say she’s become something of a celebrity during ...
Neph brothers team up to lead Owasso offense One things's certain as the Owasso Rams go through spring football drills.
MIKE BROWN World Sports Writer
Fallin wants Insure Oklahoma reworked ahead of Affordable Care Act "President Obama's decision to discontinue the federal waiver authorizing Insure Oklahoma is a disaster, ...
Death notices for May 17 Including Tulsa and northeastern Oklahoma.
Sunday: Pickens aims to make more, give more money DALLAS — Days away from his 85th birthday, T. Boone Pickens isn’t satisfied with the estimated $1.2 billion ...
ZIVA BRANSTETTER World Enterprise Editor
Sen. Jim Inhofe goes 'unvarnished' for speech in Tulsa The potential Republican U.S. Senate candidates waiting in a long line for incumbent Sen. Jim Inhofe ...
Tulsa church keeps families together during worship Children's church, youth group, Sunday school, and men's and women's fellowships have been part of the ...
BILL SHERMAN World Religion Writer
Creative cars peel into Tulsa for ArtCar Weekend Hundreds of children at Tulsa grade schools and the residents of a recovering local apartment complex ...
SAMANTHA VICENT World Staff Writer
Animals of all shapes, sizes find sanctuary on Tulsa farm Nancy Werhane is crazy about animals.
NOUR HABIB World Scene Writer
TU starting kicker won't return for 2013 season The spring football practice period ended more than a month ago, but the University of Tulsa program ...
Hilberling case to be featured on NBC's 'Dateline' Tulsa's hotly debated Amber Hilberling murder trial will be featured on a nationally televised news program ...
CARY ASPINWALL World Staff Writer
Tulsa library system budget takes hit from property tax cut The Tulsa City-County Library has cut more than $800,000 from its proposed operating budget for fiscal ...
SARA PLUMMER World Staff Writer
Tulsa city councilors asked to move forward on use of Tate Brady's name in Tulsa Arts District "I come not to praise Tate Brady but to help bury him," Workman said. "Action needs to be taken. I think ...
KEVIN CANFIELD World Staff Writer
BRUCE PLANTE World Editorial Cartoonist
Oklahoma governor signs tax-cut, driver's license fee-hike bills Both a tax-cut measure and a bill to increase what Oklahomans pay to obtain and renew their driver's ...
BARBARA HOBEROCK World Capitol Bureau
Tulsa gas price soars 33 cents in two days to $3.82; low inventories, refinery shutdowns blamed A mid-continent squeeze is suddenly spiking Tulsa gasoline prices to levels hardly seen in nearly five ...
LAURIE WINSLOW World Staff Writer & ROD WALTON World Business Editor
Former Mayor Kathy Taylor sending out partially completed absentee ballot applications Former Mayor Kathy Taylor has sent out more than 10,000 partially completed applications for absentee ...
Benghazi: Looking for truth or playing politics? The only cure for the Benghazi fever that has infected Washington likely will be the midterm elections ...
World's Editorials Writers
Minnesota Senate OKs gay marriage; governor to sign bill Minnesota is set to become the 12th U.S. state where gay couples can get married after a final legislative ...
PATRICK CONDON & BRIAN BAKST Associated Press
Teen arrested after knife found in his car at Jenks High School He was later released after posting bond on $10,000 bail.
Tom Cole wants select committee to investigate Benghazi attack U.S. Rep. Tom Cole of Oklahoma on Monday became one of the latest Republican voices clamoring for further ...
Justice Department investigating IRS The Justice Department is investigating the Internal Revenue Service for targeting tea party groups for ...
STEPHEN OHLEMACHER & HENRY C. JACKSON Associated Press
Penalizing the IRS BRUCE PLANTE CARTOON
Tulsa killings continue at record pace; latest slaying is year's 30th A man told police that a woman he met at a strip club Thursday attacked him later in the morning, leading ...
JERRY WOFFORD World Staff Writer
Senator calls IRS targeting of tea party 'chilling' Republicans said Sunday that the Internal Revenue Service's heightened scrutiny of conservative political ...
U.S. House votes again to repeal 'Obamacare'; Coburn pushes bill against expanding Medicare The U.S. House of Representatives voted Thursday to repeal the Affordable Care Act - Obamacare - ...
Letter to the Editor: Euphemism "Sunday Morning Quarterback" in the World's Capitol Report May 12 contains this brief:
Anthony J. Lauinger, Tulsa
Government seizes AP phone records The Justice Department secretly obtained two months of telephone records of reporters and editors for ...
MARK SHERMAN Associated Press
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