Stanley Majors' murder trial continues Wednesday in a Tulsa courtroom. He is accused of killing his Lebanese neighbor in 2016.
The teaching shortage in Oklahoma is breaking new records. In a meeting last week, the state board of education granted 43 more emergency teaching certificates to schools across the state.
Pawhuska police arrested a 34-year-old substitute teacher Tuesday after they say she exposed herself while performing a cartwheel.
Mike Gundy has 21 recruits committed for the 2017 class on National Signing Day.
A judge sentenced a man of 11 crimes against children, including sexual abuse.
Kawhi Leonard scored 20 of his 36 points in the fourth quarter as the Spurs beat the Thunder, 108-94 on Tuesday night inside the AT&T Center.
Our Thunder Reporter, Steve McGehee, made the strip to San Antonio and will be tweeting updates during tonight's game against the Spurs.
The Tulsa County court system is easing the burden for those who can't pay their fees and fines. That means people with failure-to-pay warrants can avoid jail time.
The expansion of the casino with the new Margaritaville Resort is paving the way for a new route, but it’s not open just yet.
A Tulsa brewery recently took home the title of the best new brewery in the United States and is moving into a thriving Tulsa neighborhood.
On National Signing Day Wednesday, prep football stars around the country will decide where they'll play college ball. One of those players is Wagoner's Malcolm Rodriguez who will sign to play safety at Oklahoma State.
Two people were arrested Tuesday after police say they were found with wiring stolen from highway lighting.
The 2017 schedule for the Tulsa Roughnecks FC was announced today by the United Soccer League.
A record setting January of 2017, but not the warmest January ever. Cooler air is on the way for the next few days.
The Indian Healthcare Improvement Act helps fund tribal clinics and has been around for decades, but was lumped in with the Affordable Care Act in 2010.
Police are investigating a teacher at Key Elementary School after three students made allegations that the teacher inappropriately touched them.
Crews are working to clean up the Silver Dollar Cafe in Collinsville brick by brick. The family who owns the cafe said they're trying to keep things moving while the work is underway.
Tulsa police are searching for a man wanted on two counts of first-degree murder.
City leaders responded to President Donald Trump’s temporary travel ban Tuesday. Many Tulsans showed strong support for those affected by the ban.
Oklahoma oil producers are hoping Scott Pruitt will change practices at the EPA they believe favored environmental interests over common sense.
Nearly 900 refugees will be allowed into the United States this week despite President Donald Trump’s order suspending the U.S. refugees program, a senior U.S. official said Tuesday.
Three Stillwater teens were arrested on Monday after police say the trio used a Facebook live stream to make threats to school administrators.
The Jenks Police Department is hoping the public can help them identify two persons of interest in a stolen debit card case.
The last relative of Will Rogers who actually knew the humorist personally passed away on Sunday.
For the third consecutive week, the Oklahoma women's gymnastics team is ranked No. 1 in the nation.
Jawun Evans led the Oklahoma State basketball team to a pair of victories, which helped him join Kansas' Frank Mason and Baylor's Jonathan Motley as the only players to earn multiple Big 12 Player of the Week awards in 2016-17.
Coming off the program’s third national title, the Oklahoma softball team is the unanimous No. 1 in the USA Today/NFCA Division I Preseason Coaches Poll.
Oklahoma native and Heritage Hall alum Wes Welker has joined the Houston Texans as an offense and special teams assistant.
Rogers County RWD #3 officials said water was restored to all customers Tuesday afternoon but they may experience low pressure after someone hit one of the water lines earlier in the day.
The Rogers County Sheriff's Office and District Attorney's office are asking for the public's help to find a man wanted for sexually assaulting a minor.
A woman escaped her burning home in Claremore Tuesday as she was getting ready for work.
A preliminary report on a plane crash in northeastern Oklahoma that killed a Grove man says the aircraft lost engine power while in flight.
A 7-month-old girl was left blind and in critical condition after her father violently shook her in December, and the baby's mother saw her injuries and continued to let the man be around her children.
The Cushing Police Department says at least three residents have received phone calls from those perpetrating the "Can you hear me?" phone scam.
Oklahoma City police are searching for victims of a ‘peeping tom.’
A busy downtown Tulsa intersection will remain closed through Wednesday afternoon following a waterline leak, according to the City of Tulsa. Another break is at Apache & Yale.
A Senate panel approved former Texas Gov. Rick Perry to serve as Energy secretary in Trump administration.
Heath Haney is charged with two counts of first-degree murder and first-degree robbery. He will be held in the Creek County jail without bond.
Do you know these women? Tulsa Police say they used a woman's stolen credit card.
A Green Country woman convicted of faking her daughter's illnesses - which resulted in painful, unnecessary medical procedures - is going to prison.
Tulsa Police say a drug deal may have led to a man being shot at an apartment complex Monday night.
Soon after firing Acting Attorney General Sally Yates Monday night, President Trump removed the acting director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), the Department of Homeland Security says.
In just a few hours, we will know President Trump's Supreme Court nominee to fill the seat left vacant by the death of Justice Antonin Scalia.
A weak upper-level short wave will dive near the state this weekend and should bring a chance for some showers into part of eastern Oklahoma.
Oklahoma State closed the game on a 6-0 run to beat Oklahoma, 68-66 inside of the Lloyd Noble Center.