Sentencing for Michael Bever, the Broken Arrow teen convicted of killing five family members, has been pushed to August.
Michael Bever will learn his fate on Tuesday as a judge issues his sentence.
The City of Broken Arrow has broken ground for a memorial park on the property where the Bever house once stood.
A Tulsa County judge has released evidence seen in the Michael Bever murder trial.
A groundbreaking is set for later this month to begin construction on a memorial park dedicated to the Bever family murder victims and first responders who were called to the crime scene.
The woman who believes she’s one of the last people to see the Bever children in public before the murders shares her memories from that day.
The jury recommended a punishment of life with the possibility of parole for the five first-degree murder charges of which Michael Bever was convicted.
The same jury that convicted Micheal Bever of five murders must now decide if he should ever get a chance at parole.
Thursday, the jury discussed the assault and battery with intent to kill count. The jury recommended Bever serve 28 years in prison. The punishment for that count was between zero years and life.
After more than five hours of deliberating, a jury has found Michael Bever guilty in the deaths of his parents and three siblings in July 2015.
Jurors have reached a verdict in the Michael Bever murder trial. He's accused of killing his parents and three of his siblings in July, 2015.
After 17 days, both sides have rested in the murder trial of Michael Bever, who is accused of murdering his parents and three siblings.
Robert Bever testified in his brother Michael’s murder trial Friday.
As for investigators, Calhoun said, they're exhausted -- mentally and physically – and they are disturbed by the older suspect, 18-year-old Robert Bever's mugshot.
The state rested its case after showing jurors Michael Bever's confession tape. Bever is accused of killing his parents and three siblings.
Broken Arrow police arrested two teen brothers after finding the boys' parents and three siblings dead in their home on Wednesday night.
The medical examiner took the stand Wednesday in Michael Bever's murder trial. Bever is accused of killing his parents and three siblings.
A medical examiner and a hand and footprint analyst took the stand as Michael Bever's murder trial continues.
A crime scene investigator with the Broken Arrow Police Department said Michael told her he didn't kill anyone and he tried to stop his brother, Robert.
Michael Bever's murder trial is entering its third week Monday.
Attorneys in the Michael Bever murder trial are gearing up for another full week in court starting Monday.
Prosecutors in the Michael Bever murder trial filed a motion Friday morning asking the judge to reconsider her ruling that no autopsy photos be shown to jurors in the case.
The jury in the trial for the teen accused of stabbing his own family is hearing for the first time that a Broken Arrow police detective lost some of the evidence in the case.
A nurse and police officers testified in the Michael Bever murder trial Wednesday.
The jury got its first look at physical evidence in the horrific case of a Broken Arrow teenager accused of murdering his family.
A trauma nurse from Saint Francis who treated Michael's sister after the attack has been testifying Wednesday.
Jurors in Michael Bever's murder trial are hearing more testimony from two of the first emergency responders who worked the case.
More first responders are expected to testify Tuesday in the murder trial of a Broken Arrow Teen charged with murdering his two parents and three of his siblings.
The officer said when he got to the home he saw a pool of blood on the porch and drag marks. He said he could hear someone inside screaming for help and kicked in the door.
The murder trial for Michael Bever continues this morning in a Tulsa County courtroom.
The Bever sister who survived when five other members of her family were killed took the stand against her brother, Michael Bever, Friday afternoon.
Jury selection continues in the murder trial of Michael Bever. The defense is also asking the judge to exclude a journal Bever kept while in jail.
Jurors return to the court house Tuesday for questioning in the murder trial of Michael Bever.
Jury selection started in the murder trial of Michael Bever on Monday. He's charged with murdering his parents, two brothers, and a sister in Broken Arrow in 2015.
Jury selection begins Monday morning in the murder trial for 19-year-old Michael Bever, accused of stabbing his parents and three siblings to death in 2015.
The attorney for Michael Bever wants a fresh look at what could be an important piece of evidence. Friday, they were in court and the judge ordered them to work it out without her.
In just over three weeks, the murder trial begins for one of the brothers accused of killing five members of his Broken Arrow family.
A judge did not make any rulings regarding mishandled evidence in the Michael Bever case.
Chief Public Defender Corbin Brewster accuses the district attorney’s office of working with the Broken Arrow Police Department to hide or get rid of evidence in Michael Bever's case.
A judge made a ruling Friday on whether prosecutors can have their own expert perform a mental evaluation of Michael Bever, a teenager charged with killing his parents and siblings.
A judge Monday delayed the murder trial of Michael Bever at the request of the prosecution.
Workers have torn down the Broken Arrow home where five members of the Bever family were murdered in 2015.
A foundation has met its goal to purchase the Broken Arrow home where five members of the Bever family were murdered two years ago so it can be replaced with a memorial garden.
A foundation trying to turn what is left of the Bever family home in Broken Arrow home into a park said it needs to raise $9,500 by Monday.
This summer will mark two years since the Bever family murders in Broken Arrow and a city councilor wants the home where five people died torn down and a memorial built in its place.
A Broken Arrow city councilor wants to tear down a home where five people were murdered in 2015 and create a memorial park and garden in its place.
The lawyer for a Broken Arrow boy accused of killing his family filed a notice of intent to raise the question of his client's mental status.
The Broken Arrow man who pleaded guilty to murdering his parents and three younger siblings is now in the custody of the Department of Corrections.
In Broken Arrow, neighbors in the Indian Springs subdivision, where the Bever family murders happened, say they’re ready to move on.
Robert Bever pleaded guilty on all counts in the deaths of five family members. He was sentenced to life. His younger brother, who pleaded not guilty, will be tried in June.
The Tulsa County Jail confirms murder suspect Robert Bever tried to hang himself with a sheet June 17.
Two Broken Arrow teenagers charged in the death of five members of their family are in a Tulsa court Tuesday. Robert Bever, 19, and Michael Bever, 17, are charged five counts of first-degree murder.
The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals says a law that allows 15 - 17 year olds to be tried as an adult if charged with first-degree murder is constitutional.