38th Annual Black Gold Days Festival, the largest event of the year for Glenpool residents and businesses
Tulsa police have identified the sergeant and victim involved in a fatal shooting Wednesday afternoon.
The Edison High School senior seriously injured when a concrete column fell on her reached a milestone in her recovery.
An 18-year-old boy from Nowata is charged with trying to blackmail a 15-year old girl into sending him nude pictures.
The family of a man shot and killed by an Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper in Nowata County two years ago filed a civil rights lawsuit, claiming the trooper used excessive force.
In light of the tragedy in Orlando, the Islamic Society of Tulsa wanted to promote a message of peace and love during Thursday's annual Ramadan dinner.
Glenpool is celebrating the city's rich oil history this weekend with Black Gold Days.
A big corporate donation is helping the Community Food Bank feed hungry Oklahomans.
Going above and beyond is the message that the University of Tulsa student-athletes sent this year when it came to their involvement in the Tulsa and surrounding communities.
With a unanimous vote, the city council approved the City of Tulsa fiscal year 2016-2017 budget Thursday night. There were, however, “substantial modifications.”
The extreme heat is forcing OK Mozart to move Friday night's Woolaroc Outdoor Concert inside to the Bartlesville Community Center.
DHS has about $18 million in federal funds to help people stay cool through the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, or LI-HEAP.
Animal activists are hoping to save thousands of cats and dogs who would otherwise be killed in the City of Tulsa's shelter.
The victim of a rape at the Hard Rock Casino came forward Thursday to encourage other victims.
A new study of the Tulsa Fire Department recommends changes in staffing and equipment to be more efficient.
The Oklahoma Department of Transportation is looking into AMTRAK alternatives for the route to Fort Worth.
The Cowboys open CWS play Saturday against UC Santa Barbara, with Miami and Arizona also in their bracket.
The sound of an ice cream truck can be welcome on a hot day, but one Tulsa city councilor is bringing up concerns about the summer treats and regulations.
The Oklahoma Department of Transportation is trying a new approach to reach drivers on the state's highways.
Broken Arrow police are looking for the woman who hit a teenager with her SUV then drove away. It happened at the intersection of Elm and Broadway.
After a troublesome year for the state's finances, the Department of Public Safety told employees some of them would be eligible for voluntary buyouts and the department would also be suspending the 2017 Highway patrol academy.
Bishop Kelley Junior Patrick Callan has been swimming laps since he was five. Callan's talent in the pool has landed him accolades across Oklahoma, but this summer he's representing the state nationally.
President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden flew down to Orlando, Florida on Thursday to show solidarity with the victims of last weekend's attack.
A woman who was sexually assaulted by a well-known musician at the Hard Rock Casino decided to come forward after her attacker was convicted of the crime in a Rogers County court earlier this week.
The first case of West Nile Virus in Oklahoma has been confirmed in Pittsburg County, according to the Oklahoma State Department of Health.
Police released surveillance photos of two women and a Honda Accord believed connected to theft of an SUV with a seven-month old girl inside Tuesday afternoon.
A man accused of shooting at an Oologah Police officer and leading law enforcement on a chase into southeast Kansas in May 2015 had his sentencing hearing delayed Thursday.
Tulsa Firefighters and police helped save nearly a dozen ducklings Thursday morning.
A stabbing victim and his friend held down an alleged attacker until Tulsa police arrived early Thursday.
A highway construction company says someone stole over $50,000 in tools and equipment from a trailer parked at a project on Highway 412 west of Sand Springs.
Geese crossing the road to get to a pond caused a multi-car wreck on the Gilcrease Expressway Thursday morning, according to Tulsa police.
A fiery crash near Avant hurt a woman and her young son Thursday morning.
A fire destroyed an unoccupied two-story home near North Harvard and Highway 11 Thursday morning.
An entertainment store chain with eleven locations in Oklahoma filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy this week.
Police say three people were robbed late Wednesday outside a Tulsa apartment complex.
OG&E says power is now back on for Bristow area customers after what said was a line failure early Thursday.
Department of Human Services is investigating after a 13-year-old student from the Oklahoma School for the Blind in Muskogee was left unsupervised in a school van for several hours last week.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says a 26-year-old man is in critical condition after jumping out of a moving car late Wednesday.
Heat advisories and heat warnings will now remain in place across eastern OK through at least Friday. Heat index values from 105 to 115 will be possible as daytime highs move to near 100 and overnight lows in the metro stay near 80.
A Guthrie waitress is recovering after chasing down two customers who skipped out on their tab.
Hefty rewards are being offered to help solve a horrific Oklahoma City Animal Control case.