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Tonight at 6 & 10: What Can Be Done About Tulsa's Panhandling Problem?

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Watch Tulsa's Channel 8 tonight at 6 and 10 p.m. for a special report on this growing problem that has both charities and city officials concerned. Watch Tulsa's Channel 8 tonight at 6 and 10 p.m. for a special report on this growing problem that has both charities and city officials concerned.

Driving past someone standing on the street corner can instantly evoke feelings of both guilt and suspicion.

You want to help especially at the holidays, but you also want to make sure your money is being put to good use.

"Our issue with panhandling in the City of Tulsa is already out of control, another week or two it's going to be crazy," says Steve Whitaker with John 3:16 Mission.

Watch Tulsa's Channel 8 tonight at 6 and 10 p.m. for a special report on this growing problem that has both charities and city officials concerned.

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