An Oklahoma veteran is on a mission to honor 17 comrades killed in action. Anthony Marquez has been carving "battlefield crosses," but now he wants to do more.
Drivers say they waited nearly an hour to get around railroad caution arms at 51st and Highway 169 Monday morning.
A Skiatook woman is sending out a warning after she says she was chased down a trail with her five-month-old daughter.
A man was found shot to death in a car in a north Tulsa neighborhood Thursday morning, according to police. Authorities say a toddler was in the car and is unharmed.
A 6-year-old boy went to the hospital after a crash over the weekend. Police said it happened when officers were chasing a stolen car, but the suspect claims she bought the car legally.
Police say a six-year-old boy thrown from an SUV is recovering in a Tulsa hospital after a chase and crash.
President Donald Trump announced new rules that will impact millions of women.
For the first time since the trial of, the victim of a terrible accident speaks out.
A thousand words can't express the loss of 7th grade Oneta Ridge geography teacher Shane Anderson, but the students keep writing and trying.
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation and Stilwell Police are looking for a man who opened fire on an officer.
After two long weeks of helping with Hurricane Irma recover, 300 PSO employees are back in Oklahoma.
The 5th NSU student to lose their lives in that tragic crash has been laid to rest.
A crash in Cherokee County killed five Northeastern State University students. The school said it's the worst tragedy the campus has ever experienced.
A 13-year-old boy is in trouble with police after bringing a BB gun on school property. It happened after school hours, but the threats the boy is accused of making are getting a lot of attention.
A handful of Bixby citizens are taking on the role of police officers as part of the Citizen’s Police Academy.
Dozens of area officers are getting specialized training on how to respond to calls involving a person on the autism spectrum.
People in Green Country are doing their part to keep the memory of 9/11 victims alive.
The yearly 100-mile yard sale will stretch from Oklahoma into Kansas this weekend.
While Texas is reeling from Harvey, people who work and live along the Illinois River are also recovering from flooding.
Tulsa raft racers are primed and ready to launch. The third annual event is expected to get going Monday morning.