There’s still a few months from the start of college basketball, but the Golden Hurricane are preparing hard.
Oppressively high temperatures are forcing the Tulsa Humane Society to stop accepting new dogs after their air conditioning unit started having trouble at their Bixby facility.
A Tulsa County family of four is safe as well as their pets after their mobile home caught fire Tuesday evening.
A healthcare group is providing free medical services to Tulsans who truly need it.
Come Aug. 1, any Tulsa Public Schools high school student will be able to ride Tulsa Transit buses for free.
People living in a west Tulsa neighborhood say a house is unsafe — being overrun by rodents and insects.
A rollover crash backed up traffic on Highway 169 Tuesday evening.
Six Garfield County officials, including the Garfield County sheriff, have been indicted of second-degree manslaughter, according to unsealed indictments issued by the state's multicounty grand jury.
EMSA issued a medical heat alert after responding to several suspected heat-related calls Tuesday.
The Tulsa Police Department budget is getting a $1.2 million infusion to make up for unexpected costs from overtime, retirements and a retroactive pay increase.
The Tulsa Health Department found five mosquitoes that tested positive for West Nile this week, but they say the numbers aren’t terribly alarming.
Some good news for the family of a Verdigris teenager critically injured in a golf cart crash in Cherokee County.
Northeast Oklahoma Transition Team is holding a summer day camp in Owasso for adults with disabilities.
The Medical Examiner said a baby found dead in an Enid dumpster back in April died of poisoning from meth in his system.
The great grandson of evangelist Kenneth Hagin is facing charges for a drive-by shooting in Broken Arrow, but he might get a plea deal with the help of former Tulsa District Attorney Tim Harris.
Funeral services for Erin Van Horn and her son Zachary were held Tuesday, July 25 in Edmond. Two other crash victims will be laid to rest Wednesday in Tulsa.
A Tulsa man who caused a fatal wreck after speeding away from an earlier accident was sentenced to 45 years in prison.
Tulsa Public Schools will hold a job fair Wednesday in an attempt to recruit teachers before the 2017-2018 school year starts on Aug. 21.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol said a Wyoming man killed himself by jumping from the window of a moving bus on Interstate 40 near Clinton.
A Facebook post has landed an Oklahoma City teen behind bars, facing serious complaints of threatening an act of violence against police officers.
Homeowners are on the lookout after surveillance video caught footage of two people breaking into a midtown Tulsa home Tuesday afternoon.
The Senate has voted to move ahead on health care legislation aimed at dismantling the Obama health law.
The Tulsa Police Department will host “Coffee with Cops” this Friday morning at the McDonald’s near East 71st Street and South Yale Avenue.
First responders were able to get a woman out of a crashed vehicle as a train passed less than 2 feet away in Muldrow Monday morning.