Hundreds of students will be back in class this week after missing several days during the school shutdown. Bixby, Broken Arrow, Jenks, Owasso, and Union students all return to class Monday.
Oklahoma City Police have issued a silver alert for 62-year-old Joan Borisenko Friday afternoon.
Chef Jun Miyazato of Yokozuna shows us how to make their Dilly sushi roll.
People may have been exposed to measles from March 30 through April 3 at several locations in Tulsa.
As the teacher walkout continues, there are some concerns among parents about its possible impacts on state testing.
For a 4th day, Thousands of teachers, students, and parents took to the Capitol, fighting for education funding and letting lawmakers know they’re not leaving.
Is an end in sight for the teacher walkout? Friday morning, the Senate will take up 2 bills that could add more than $40 million to education funding.
A Muskogee state senator is warning teachers all of the work they're doing could be for nothing if a tax repeal is on the ballot in November.
One of the fastest growing crimes is happening online: sexual predators hunting for children through apps.
Its Day 4 of the Oklahoma school shutdown and there is new progress on legislation funding education at the state Capitol.
One of Oklahoma's U.S. senators is weighing in on the teacher walkout.
Day number four of the teacher walkout, and there may be a light at the end of the tunnel.
One of the Broken Arrow brothers accused of murdering his parents and three siblings was in court Thursday as attorneys on both sides argued evidence in the case.
Tulsa's Northside traffic officers say the biggest traffic problem in their division is downtown, which is why they saturated the area Thursday.
Bridget, the 18-year-old African lion known for her 'mini-mane' passed away Wednesday at the Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden.
A group of Tulsa educators are walking from Tulsa to the state Capitol after stopping Wednesday evening at Kellyville High School.
This week's teacher walkout feels like Deja Vu for several long-time educators rallying at the capitol.
For teachers accustomed to broken promises from legislators, there is a sense they cannot give up now.
State troopers have been monitoring the Capitol in full force this week, ready for any scenario that arises.
The Community Food Bank called for volunteers Thursday to pack at least 1,200 meal kits for students who need them. Volunteers from First Baptist Church in Tulsa helped out.
While schools are closed, some are not completely empty.
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) has opened three cases into threats made against lawmakers.
A man and woman are in custody after leading authorities on a chase across Rogers County Thursday afternoon.
Aarick Caldwell pleaded guilty to three felony charges – two counts of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and one count of leaving the scene of an injury accident.