Proposed regulations may not make e-cigs safer, but could, instead, cost vapor stores thousands of dollars and maybe their business.
Academy Sports treated 30 children from the Boys and Girls Club of Metro Tulsa to a back-to-school shopping spree.
A Pryor woman says a pit bull, passed off as service animal, was aggressive toward her inside a local store; but a law prevented anyone from questioning the owner.
A company called ecoATM has two buy-back kiosks in Tulsa, one at Woodland Hills Mall and one at Promenade. They are automated machines that pay money for cell phones and tablets.
The arrest report shows Brian Campbell and Jennifer McMaken admitted to troopers they had smoked K2 before the wreck.
A group of state and city lawmakers are celebrating the success of a mentoring initiative. The Entrepreneur Shadow Program is launching into its second year.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says seven people were injured in a crash at the Osage Park Recreation Area on Skiatook Lake early Tuesday.
Financial expert Ken Grant with Waterstone Private Wealth Management talks about recent record highs on Wall Street means for the average American and their finances.