Owasso Police say scammers are "spoofing" the City of Owasso's telephone number and calling people trying to get money.
A small town murder mystery has gripped the state for years. A pastor's mutilated body was found in the sanctuary of her church in Anadarko.
For years, historic Route 66 took travelers to their destination; now, it is the destination for tens of thousands of road trippers looking for adventure.
A lot of folks have seen big pieces of heavy construction equipment and wished they could drive them.
Tulsa's Memorial Junior High is one of 16 schools in Oklahoma using the Summit Basecamp personalized learning model, which is really paying off.
A Sand Springs man is behind bars after Glenpool police said he tried to rob a Tractor Supply store then led them on a high-speed chase.
A new trend in medicine is becoming more popular where patients pay a monthly fee to their doctors.
When you get sick or injured, you need immediate medical help. But what happens when you can't pay the hospital and doctor bills?
Volunteers with the Baptist Disaster Relief organization are on a three-week deployment to Texas, but it may be even longer.
While some are still deciding to stay in their homes, others are scared, they've had enough and want out, especially since it could be weeks before the water recedes.
Grand River Dam Authority police, firefighters from several departments including Locust Grove, Pryor, Tahlequah and Adair and emergency personnel with Mayes County are helping after Hurricane Harvey.
Rescues have been suspended in Houston due to darkness.
For many Oklahomans who got the call to help in Houston, there wasn't any hesitation.
The good news is the rain has stopped and only a few showers are likely Tuesday night. The bad news is the water is still rising in some places.
Most businesses are closed, but a dialysis clinic near the interstate is open, but the employees aren’t able to get there.
The rescue efforts are heartwarming when you see people volunteering to help but also heartbreaking when you know most people are losing everything.