All charges have been dropped against a Glenpool man after he was accused of sexually assaulting a woman he knows.
There are 98 tornado sirens in Tulsa County. During a silent test on Tuesday, 11 sirens showed “no response,” but that doesn't necessarily mean the siren didn't blare.
A day before U2's show at the BOK Center, people gathered at Circle Cinema for the world premiere of a new documentary about the band and its connections to its fans.
Claremore’s Blue Star Mothers are asking for your help. They’re in desperate need of funding and donations. The group relies on donations to provide care boxes to military service members, mostly from Oklahoma.
A Tulsa man has been sentenced to two years in prison after pleading guilty to child neglect.
A Tulsa business says it’s been targeted by thieves lately, but new security steps are already paying off.
Work continues to clear up a partially-overturned semi on the northwest corner of the IDL. The trailer tipped over Tuesday afternoon, spilling its load across the roadway.
Tulsa Police arrested a sex offender who's been volunteering at Victory Christian Center. Police said the man kissed a 14-year-old girl on the lips at Victory Monday.
Oklahoma lawmakers are leading the charge to find a solution for the prescription painkiller epidemic that's gripping Oklahoma and the entire nation.
Muskogee police are asking for help identifying two men they say robbed a Subway.
Jenks police have arrested a suspect in a homicide that occurred last month.
A medical examiner and a hand and footprint analyst took the stand as Michael Bever's murder trial continues.
Hundreds of Claremore residents are petitioning for an audit because of high utility bills. The residents say they have been getting high electric bills for years and it’s forcing them to make difficult decisions.
A Pryor substitute teacher accused of showing pornography to junior high students went on trial Tuesday.
After an early season meeting was rained out, ORU baseball will finally host Oklahoma State at J.L. Johnson Stadium.
Marjorie Satterfield has been charged with three counts of cruelty to animals and one count of obtaining money by false pretenses.
A Tulsa college student using his voice to be a problem-solver in his community is being nationally recognized for his work.
Oklahoma’s first cricket field is opening in Bartlesville and community leaders said they expect it to bring thousands of dollars to the city.
The Oklahoma state auditor responded to allegations of financial mismanagement at the Oklahoma Department of Transportation, saying that there was no evidence of any wrongdoing.
Two Oklahoma Department of Transportation workers were taken to the hospital after a crash involving a semi.
Fires are still burning in Pawnee County as firefighters work overnight to get the flames under control.
A group will be filing a veto referendum petition Tuesday afternoon with the secretary of state's office.
The Navy accepted delivery of the future USS Tulsa. It’s the final milestone prior to commissioning. The acceptance took place during a ceremony in Mobile, Alabama.
Tulsa fire crews responded to a house fire Tuesday morning. Heavy smoke could be seen over the 7800 block of East Independence around 9:20 a.m.
The attorney for a man accused in the 1999 deaths of an Oklahoma couple and two 16-year-old girls wants the mother of one of the teens to turn over notes from her own private investigation.
A teenager is recovering in the hospital after being wounded in a drive-by Tulsa shooting in the 2000 block of North Columbia Place. Police say it doesn't appear to be a random event.
Few times at the high school level do you see a coach hold the same position for 40 years, but that's exactly what happened with Jenks swimming coach John Turner.
A powerful upper level storm system located across the western U.S. will provide the chance for strong to severe thunderstorms across a large portion the plains states today through Thursday.
The Oklahoma Secretary of State has given the go-ahead on a petition that could put two new measures on the November ballot.
A Moore baby is hospitalized after contracting E. coli.