A man robbed the Sonic at 31st and Sheridan Tuesday night.
The Oklahoma State Bureau is investigating an unspecified threat against a state lawmaker.
Deputies arrested a suspect in a home invasion in Wagoner County last week in which a 13-year-old boy was tied up and robbed.
A Rogers County mother takes to Facebook to try to clear her and her sons' names, after pleading guilty to accessory in a hit-and-run that killed a young woman.
There are lines out the door for homeless shelters due to the frigid temperatures. Reverend Steve Whitaker says they are doing everything they can at John 3:16 to get people out of the cold.
Several people at Muskogee's Woods Apartment complex claim they're living in unsafe conditions. Right now, there are at least 30 units without heat.
Morris Public Schools will not hold classes Wednesday through Friday due to "excessive flu-related absence rates" among both students and staff.
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Police say a mother and grandmother could face charges in a Tulsa house fire last week that killed 18-month-old Carabelle Douglas.
A warm delicious cookie probably can't change the world but it can help change a life. A company called Peace, Love and Cookies is proving that.
A fight in a front yard led to the arrest of four people who now face drug charges.
The State Department of Corrections is asking the legislature for more than $800-million to build two new prisons.
The Tulsa County Sheriff's Office says it's investigating what appears to be a case of animal neglect.
Another young girl joined a federal lawsuit against the Perry school district Tuesday.
A father is behind bars after investigators say he admitted to slamming his one-year-old son down onto the ground so hard he broke bones in his leg and skull.
Cleveland Schools canceled classes Tuesday because of a flu outbreak.
Deputies in Osage County need help identifying the person they say broke into a trailer.
A large waterline break is flooding a major midtown Tulsa intersection Tuesday afternoon. The corner of 21st and Peoria is under water after the line break.
A group of friends helped rescue a bald eagle as they floated down the Illinois River last weekend.
The Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services is asking the legislature for tens of millions of dollars more that the agency budgeted last year.
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Former White House strategist Steve Bannon has been subpoenaed by Special Counsel Robert Mueller as part of his ongoing probe into Russian interference in the 2016 election, according to the New York Times.
A problem with a heating unit at Broken Arrow's freshman academy has now been fixed. Several parents reached out to us, saying their students were left in the cold.
Jenks Schools said there are a lot of variables that help them decide whether to close schools, but it's rarely just for the cold.
Green Country school districts closed Tuesday because of the extreme cold. Several of the big districts we checked said the decision to close is made on a district-by-district basis.
The Tulsa Zoo just announced that Gunda, their 67-year-old elephant, is entering hospice care.
Meteorologist Alan Crone met his biggest fan on 6 In The Morning. Needless to say, she was a bit excited.
Three people were treated for cold exposure between midnight and 8 a.m. Tuesday, according to EMSA. Two of the patients had to be taken to the hospital.
A Jenks family is starting over after a fire burned down their house and everything inside Sunday. Now a business owner and the community are doing what they can to help.
Tulsa Police arrested an 18-year-old woman they stay stabbed her boyfriend in a domestic dispute.
The arctic air has moved southward into the Lone Star state this morning with a very cold air mass firmly entrenched across Oklahoma.
Police in California say they rescued 13 siblings, aged 2 to 29, from a home where they were found chained to beds and malnourished, the Riverside County Sheriff's Department announced Monday.
Tulsa Police are looking for the person who stabbed a teenager early Tuesday morning.
With less than a month before the start of the regular session at the Capitol, new efforts are being made to combat the state's opioid addiction crisis.
Superintendent Aaron Espolt said before he called off classes, 15 teachers had already called in sick and even more students are under the weather.
A Green Country police department took advantage of the below-freezing temperatures for training exercises.
Tulsa Police are looking for two men who could be connected to a pair of overnight armed robberies, possibly a third.
Wagoner County deputies arrest seven people following a drug bust near Broken Arrow.
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