The former Wagoner County sheriff is suing Attorney General Scott Pruitt for slander.
A Broken Arrow man was arrested for child abuse and resisting arrest after a woman called police Sunday night.
The internet was all atwitter after someone had decorated an abandoned cement mixer in Arizona to look like a space capsule. Well, we've had one of those for a long time.
A rift between the Greenwood Chamber of Commerce Board and its members meant Monday night's scheduled meeting didn't go exactly as planned.
There are several school bond issues and some city and county elected positions up for vote Tuesday, February 14.
National security adviser Michael Flynn has resigned after reports he misled Trump administration officials about his contacts with Russia's ambassador to the U.S.
The leader of a major child sex trafficking operation in Tulsa pleaded guilty in federal court. Monday, 21-year-old Joshua Harring admitted he prostituted underage girls.
February is the peak of cold and flu season, and this month, the bug has been so bad that flu illnesses actually forced some schools to close.
The Tulsa Police Department is cutting ties with a reality show that follows gang officers out on patrol. The announcement comes after a controversial video clip.
Clients at A New Leaf in Broken Arrow will help spread the love on Valentine's Day by hand-delivering bouquets of roses they put together.
A major water line break forced evacuations and caused damage to a Warren Clinic medical building near Saint Francis Monday.
Rain likely with some locations receiving some decent rainfall amounts over the next 24 hours or so.
A survivor of a high profile serial rape case is trying to change laws in Oklahoma.
A bald eagle refuge and breeding facility in Cyril, Oklahoma is in danger of having to close after the Comanche tribe cut off its funding.
The prosecution began calling witnesses Monday in the second murder trial for former Tulsa Police officer Shannon Kepler.
A federal judge on Monday rejected a request by two American Indian tribes for an emergency order halting construction of the remaining section of the Dakota Access oil pipeline.
A state senator who wants to undo some of the changes to Oklahoma's drug laws that were approved by voters in November is soliciting input from the public.
How does your sweetheart feel about chocolate? We're sure they'll enjoy this sweet recipe from the folds at Panera Bread.
A wreck on Interstate 44 at the Arkansas River caused a huge backup Monday.
Former Wagoner County Sheriff Bob Colbert has filed a slander lawsuit against Oklahoma AG Scott Pruitt, alleging Pruitt falsely claimed on a national podcast that Colbert pocketed seized drug money.
Midtown drivers are seeing delays with lanes closed near 33rd and Lewis. City crews are doing repairs after a water main break over the weekend.
Tulsa Police are investigating an armed robbery at the Burger King at 11th and Harvard Monday morning.
A Tulsa city bus and a pickup crashed Monday morning on 51st west of Yale. One person was treated on site and released for minor injuries.