It's a flurry of activity at the McBirney Mansion as the Drummonds are in a final push to get it finished before hosting 300 people for a charitable New Year's Eve ball.
The OKPOP Museum is another step closer to reality as architects will receive requests for development proposals for the $40 million museum.
There’s a potential court battle over a long-running mistake in how school funding was distributed, and now Bartlesville Schools seem likely to join.
Spirit AeroSystems announced voluntary retirement and layoff programs to some of its workers in Tulsa, McAlester and Wichita.
The 2015 Bob Hurley Athlete of the Year is Micah Wilson from Lincoln Christian School in Tulsa.
The Wagoner County Sheriff's Office set up a piece of equipment they hope will make criminals think twice about going after people doing their holiday shopping.
Oklahoma Gas and Electric cut the ribbon on its first new service center in 22 years Monday.
A Tulsa musician working at his church on a Christmas album had a terrifying brush with crime. He tells his story to Rick Wells.
A new gun manufacturing business wants to set up shop and start making firearms in Creek County.
ODOT will open a new pedestrian bridge over the Arkansas River around the first of the year, but another part of the trail near I-244 will stay closed until summer.
An intensive search continues for a Park Hill man accused of murder after he broke out of the Muskogee County jail late Sunday along with his cellmate.
The 2016 Bassmaster Classic tournament is returning to Grand Lake and the BOK Center the first weekend in March.
With Christmas just around the corner, the Salvation Army is running out of time to get presents for thousands of area kids.
The U.S. government is now requiring everyone who owns a drone to register it with the Federal Aviation Administration.
A judge sentenced a Tulsa man to two consecutive life terms for killing his girlfriend's 18-month-old daughter.
Tulsa Police want to talk with a man seen in surveillance photos about a Salvation Army kettle theft.
Ken Bachelor, chaplain at Grace Hospice, explains how you can cope with grief during the holidays.
Rocky and his handler, Specialist Andrew Brown, were injured by an IED explosion last week while serving in Afghanistan. Both are recuperating in the same room.
The criminal case for two men whose embezzlement scheme was carried out in the California office of a Tulsa company has ended with both men headed to federal prison.
AAA Oklahoma says its "Tipsy Tow" program will be offered for more than two weeks during the Christmas through New Year holiday season.
Law enforcement is searching for a murder suspect who broke out of the Muskogee County jail late Sunday.
The Peace Corps says 91 percent of volunteers are satisfied with their medical care, but government reports as far as 1991 found problems with that care.
The Oklahoma Department of Transportation says several highways remain closed in Cherokee and Pittsburg counties because of flooding.
Tulsa blogger Amy Bates offers tips on keeping those old enameled cast iron pots and pans looking like new.