Mayor G.T. Bynum and Senator James Lankford updated the public on flooding recovery efforts in the Tulsa area.
Flooding in the Muskogee area has been absolutely devastating this week.
The Corps of Engineers has opened the gates on the spillway at Oologah Lake. The Corps says the lake level has gotten too high to open gates in the dam, so it's release water through the spillway instead.
News On 6 Storm Tracker Von Castor is in Muskogee with Osage Drone 6 during historic flooding. This video was shot Friday morning, May 24.
Osage SkyNews 6 HD flies over runaway barges that crashed into the lock and dam near Webbers Falls.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says they are shifting their focus to Muskogee which is one of the areas hardest hit by flooding.
The Keystone Dam is currently reading 32 feet above normal, and the release numbers are continuing to increase which means the flooding could be more wide spread downstream.
A leaking levee put parts of Tulsa's west side in danger Thursday night. Crews worked throughout the night to build a new levee near West 36th Street and South Elwood.
The weather isn't through with us yet. Active tornado and flood alerts in Green Country.
After the Corps of Engineers released additional flood waters, the Arkansas River is threatening River Spirit Casino.
More water is now making its way into South Tulsa and the Bixby areas this morning due to the increased water release from Keystone Dam.
News On 6 Storm Tracker Darren Stephens Files Osage Drone 6 Over The USS Batfish and checks on the flooding around it.
A little levity in the midst of Oklahoma severe weather - The Ballad of Travis Meyer.
Two runaway barges crashed into Lock & Dam 16 near Webbers Falls - and the dam held.