Two men were arrested Monday morning after a business burglary - and a short chase - by a drone.
The Cherokee Nation is suing the United States, claiming the federal government mismanaged the tribe's trust fund for decades.
An Oklahoma law requires you to report online purchase for sales tax. Companies that operate in the state automatically apply the tax, but you’ll need to keep track of the companies that don't.
The Collinsville Police Department is hoping to keep you holiday safe by offering free gun locks.
A judge ruled a former University of Tulsa football player charged with murdering his own daughter will go to trial.
Tulsa police have issued a warrant for a suspect believed to be connected to a November murder.
Much above normal with respect to temperatures again today, but that will be changing in the days ahead.
North Dakota Gov. Jack Dalrymple is ordering an emergency evacuation of Dakota Access pipeline protesters who are camping on U.S. Army Corps of Engineers land.
An Owasso mother speaks out after a judge sentenced a man to life in prison without the possibility of parole in the death of her 10-month-old daughter.
Charlene Roe has a tin full of Vietnam-era letters and other items that were found in an old car.
It's become a tradition among Oklahoma members of Congress to point out, and try to stop, government waste, and today the tradition continued.
In a statement, Ohio State University officials said: “Victim injuries include stab wounds, injury by motor vehicle and other injuries that are being evaluated.”
Tulsa police said they have two juveniles in custody and are searching for others in a possible burglary ring.
The Cherokee Nation says it filed suit against the federal government Monday, claiming the United States mismanaged the tribe’s trust fund.
The Tulsa Fire Department is investigating a Monday afternoon house fire near 135th East Avenue that belongs to former Tulsa Police officer Shannon Kepler.
Millions of Americans are shopping online for Cyber Monday, but that also means the state could be losing millions of dollars in sales taxes.
Tulsa's Red Dirt Nation, a radio and video business said thieves stole all their equipment including a recent concert recording.
OU head football coach Bob Stoops talks at his weekly news conference as the Sooners get set for a high-stakes Bedlam matchup this Saturday.
The Tulsa Police Department’s Financial Crimes Unit needs help identifying two people of interest who stole items from a retailer and then returned them for a refund.
Daniel Miller of Whole Foods Market shares a recipe your family may want to wake up to over the holidays.
Police say 35-year-old Jamal Gilbert is wanted in Tulsa County on complaints of first-degree rape and lewd molestation of a minor child.
Hunters who legally harvest a deer during any of this year’s deer seasons can donate the meat to feed hungry Oklahomans
Broken Arrow Police announced a new effort Monday to improve pedestrian safety around schools.
An Oklahoma hunter captured images of a mysterious animal on his game camera this month.
Senator James Lankford (R-OK) held a news conference Monday morning to release his government waste and solutions report.
Tulsa police say a woman's estranged boyfriend broke into her home and poured lighter fluid on her as she slept. The victim's son was able to fight the man off, according to Tulsa Police.
Tulsa police say two people were victims in an armed robbery in a University of Tulsa apartment. Authorities are looking for two men, and they say one of the men was wearing a mask.
Another surge of cooler air will arrive Tuesday afternoon or evening into Wednesday with a noticeable cool down as the main upper level flow continues to keep chilly air across the central part of the nation.
A Little Axe boy is recovering after a fire pit accident over the weekend.
Hunting season is in full swing, and some are using their skills to give to those in need this holiday season.
We have 16 active shooter situations a year in this country. The standard training for all police officers in Oklahoma is Avoid, Deny, Defend, or A.D.D.