Tulsa-based QuikTrip has started a new hybrid employee program in Wichita which is training and arming some store clerks.
On the heels of a shocking announcement, people in the Cherokee Nation are about to get a big dose of good news.
The Tulsa dentist convicted of killing his girlfriend's baby has been sentenced to life in prison.
Twice a month, a small but important delivery arrives at Tulsa’s Webster High School – hundreds of pounds of food from the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma to help fill the school's food pantry for students in need.
The food bank does more than just give food to those in need, it also works to help Oklahomans lead healthier lives, one meal at a time.
The food bank's backpack program relies on the public to keep it going, and your dollars can help feed thousands of hungry school children every week.
New details show how the President's immigration policies are impacting Oklahoma.
We are now just two days away from the opening of Tulsa's Gathering Place. But the world-class park would not be possible if not for the vision and financial support of George Kaiser.
Glenpool Police released a statement today after they accidentally threw away some police documents during a clean-up of their property room.
We are less than two months away from a statewide vote on State Question 788, which would legalize medical marijuana in Oklahoma.
The head of Oklahoma's prison system said it's only a matter of time before Oklahoma sees a deadly prison riot like the one that happened in South Carolina.
In June, voters will go to the polls to decide if Oklahoma should become the 30th state in America to legalize medical marijuana.
Locust Grove Schools switched to a four-day week three years ago, and they didn't do it for the money.
Springtime in Oklahoma brings a new season of youth sports and adults on the sidelines losing their cool.
DOC is asking the state to triple its budget to build new prisons, provide corrections officers with much needed training, and give staff pay raises.
In June, Oklahoma voters go to the polls to decide the fate of an initiative that would legalize medical marijuana.
Elementary schools across the country are debating whether homework is beneficial for young students. It's a topic that can divide kids, parents, and teachers. But what if your child's homework is actually counterproductive?
It's been called the museum of museums, to house the book of books.