Fear of retaliation, explicit texts, requests for topless pictures are all allegations made this year against Oklahoma lawmakers. But one aid says problems go even deeper.
A gun-free zone is a target, that's the rationale behind a law to make our schools safer. It was approved by state lawmakers last year.
At a time when most government agencies have been attempting to cap their workforces, if not reduce them, state-supported higher education is doing just the opposite.
Agriculture may not play the role it once did in the Oklahoma economy, but in rural northwest Oklahoma, it still matters.
New video shows a former Tulsa County reserve deputy on duty, using force, days before he shot and killed a suspect.
A jury found in favor of a former juvenile inmate in a civil rights lawsuit against a former Tulsa County sheriff. Thursday, News On 6 took a tour of the jail to see what has changed.
In the wake of a hiring and salary freeze imposed by Governor Fallin one year ago, state agency heads were allowed to continue making hires and giving raises, as if there was no freeze.
The Tulsa County Jail has risked having its utilities cut off a dozen times. Records obtained by News On 6 show the sheriff's office is repeatedly late paying utility bills.
An investigation by News On 6 and our partner, The Frontier, found that about seven percent of the trucking companies licensed for the work have been involved in deadly accidents.
A judge presiding over a lawsuit seeking records related to a botched execution has recused from the case after a request from Gov. Mary Fallin’s office.
The state's increasing reliance on emergency certified teachers to fill classrooms raises the questions of who these people are and what qualifications do they have?
Amoeba-laden tap water has killed at least two people in Louisiana, and, it turns out their water is treated the same way Tulsa's water is treated.
It turns out the FBI has also been keeping tabs on some famous Oklahomans, and when they died their files were open to the public.