Florida senator Marco Rubio announced that he will host a campaign event in Oklahoma City on Friday afternoon.
A 15-year-old who lost her right arm last spring in an ATV accident at Keystone Lake is one step closer to recovery.
The Tulsa City Council held a Vision Town Hall meeting Monday night at Glenwood Baptist Church, 5400 Charles Page Boulevard.
This marks the third week Black Hawk helicopters have been on standby. The soldiers said fighting wildfires in their home state is just as important as going to combat overseas.
Tulsa Public Schools says a campus police officer found a gun on a student at Hale Junior High on Monday.
The Osage County Bureau of Indian Affairs has called on some of the nation’s most experienced wild land firefighters to lend a hand in Oklahoma.
Monday marks day two in a federal lawsuit involving former Tulsa County Sheriff Stanley Glanz. A juvenile who spent time in the jail says a former jail employee sexually assaulted her more than a hundred times.
Low enrollment and state budget cuts led the school board to move forward with its proposal to annex the Spavinaw district.
Vermont Senator and Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders will speak at Tulsa’s Cox Business Center on February 24, 2016.
Monday morning, Tess Maune told me she saw some pictures of me for sale at a local antique store posted on Facebook. Well, I had to go check it out.
A woman said a carjacker tricked her into pulling over and tried to get in her car at one of Tulsa’s busiest intersections.
Monday, the legislature looked at another school voucher bill, but the idea has already advanced further than ever before in Oklahoma.
Tulsa police say a 23-year-old man was declared brain dead after he was shot in the head then driven to a Tulsa gas station near West 51st Street and South Union.
The Tulsa County District Attorney’s Office declined to file charges against a Bixby man accused of inappropriately touching teens during photo shoots.
One person died when a box truck collided with a dump truck on Highway 412 in northeast Oklahoma Monday afternoon.
The surveillance video showing a physical altercation between an OU football player and a female college student is a public record, according to the Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals.
The high-speed pursuit in Canadian County ended around 11:10 a.m. after the suspect crashed out trying to exit the highway just east of Yukon.
The City of Tulsa has settled a lawsuit over a building that was damaged by a city employee. The lawsuit was filed by Dan Mordhorst, the owner of a building at 145 North Lewis Avenue.
A Sequoyah County man - who deputies suspect bought over $130,000 in vehicles with other people's identities - is in jail.
A court side microphone picked up her telling LeBron James to "suck it up" after a foul call was made.
An upcoming event will raise money for Tulsa CASA, a program that provides special advocates to help abused and neglected Tulsa County children in the court system.
A 3.7 magnitude earthquake was recorded near Alva, Oklahoma, Monday morning.
Increasing clouds are likely tonight as a powerful storm system will be nearing the area. This will bring some rain back to the region Tuesday, and some snow may mix in across extreme eastern OK and northwestern Arkansas.
Okmulgee County Emergency Management Director Tim Creighton said Monday that the Nuyaka fire is only about 60 percent contained, but they feel like the area is in good shape.