An up-and-coming area near downtown Tulsa is gearing up for a holiday block party to help put folks in the spirit.
Crystal Nadine Epperson has spent the 94 years of her life pushing the limits and breaking barriers for women.
A highway project on a busy stretch of roadway that's been causing drivers headaches for weeks is going to last a bit longer than expected.
As Oklahomans head to the polls today to vote, a big issue is often getting a ride so you can vote. Companies like Uber, Lyft and Lime are offering free or discounted rides.
Police arrest a Broken Arrow man on Tuesday, who they say threatened to dissolve his ex-girlfriend in a barrel of acid.
Police arrest a Tulsa man they found asleep in a car, after he awoke and led them on a chase Monday night.
Monday marks the beginning of National Teen Driver Safety Week and the U.S. Department of Transportation is encouraging parents to have conversations with teens about how to be safe behind the wheel.
A Wagoner County firefighter charged with sexually abusing a child is in the Muskogee County jail.
Osage County deputies have arrested three people after they found a man’s body on the side of a county road. They say he been stabbed and hit with a hatchet.
Vice President Mike Pence arrived in Tulsa Thursday to speak at a campaign rally for GOP gubernatorial candidate Kevin Stitt.
A new Indian taco champion has been named as Pawhuska hosted the 15th annual National Indian Taco Championship over the weekend.
It's National Fire Prevention Week, and to celebrate, a Tulsa third grader rolled up to school Monday morning in a fire truck.
Two Oklahoma men create a remote controlled duck decoy that could change the game for duck hunters.
There is a special board meeting scheduled today to discuss reports staff members at Tulsa's Langston Hughes Academy, acted inappropriately.
Americans nationwide received a cell phone alert from the president. For the first time, it's an alert you can't turn off.
The State of Oklahoma is less than two weeks away from the deadline to have government issued Real IDs. Oklahoma requested an extension last month, but so far, that request still hasn't been approved.
Federal agents arrest dozens of illegal criminal immigrants after spending the past 10 days getting them off the streets. Some of those were arrested in Tulsa.