It's homecoming week at Oklahoma State University.
Tuesday, October 24th marks two years since OSU's deadly homecoming crash. On that date, four people died and almost 50 were injured when a car plowed into the homecoming parade in October of 2015.
The insurance company for Adacia Chambers will pay $100,000 dollars to the families of the people who were hurt or killed in the crash at the OSU homecoming parade.
The woman who drove her car into a crowd at Oklahoma State University's homecoming parade in 2015 has begun serving her prison sentence.
It was a terrifying day, and the plea of no contest, for one man who witnessed the tragedy first hand, means it's time for closure.
Accused killer Adacia Chambers is due in a Payne County courtroom Tuesday for the start of her trial.
Oklahoma attorney Tony Coleman has spent the past 15 months preparing for the trial against Adacia Chambers.
News 9 has learned that possible plea negotiations are underway and the trial against Adacia Chambers may not happen. The trial is scheduled to begin Tuesday.
The next step happens today in the trial against the woman charged with killing four people at the 2015 Oklahoma State homecoming parade.
Thousands lined the streets in downtown Stillwater Saturday for Oklahoma State University's annual homecoming parade as it honored those killed or injured in 2015.
A man injured in the Oklahoma State Homecoming crash is suing Adacia Chambers, the woman accused of driving into the crowd last year.
A woman accused of driving through a crowd during the 2015 Oklahoma State University homecoming parade is facing 46 counts.
A survivor of the OSU homecoming crash is heading back this year and said he is anything but afraid to be at the parade for homecoming weekend.
Federal investigators say the woman accused of driving her car into spectators at OSU's homecoming parade and killing four people sped up as she approached.
An attorney for Adacia Chambers filed six motions Monday, including a request for a change of venue.
Four people died and almost 50 were injured when a car plowed into the homecoming parade last October. But time is slowly healing some of the wounds for a Skiatook survivor.
A judge has ruled Adacia Chambers to be indigent Wednesday afternoon.
An attorney for a woman charged in the fatal OSU homecoming parade crash said the State is adding 12 more victims in its case against the suspect.
The power of social media is helping connect one of the OSU parade victims with a mystery man who stood by her side and kept her calm.
In the wake of a tragedy like the crash at the OSU Homecoming Parade - where mental health comes into question - people might wonder how judges decide whether it played a role in the crime.
A judge ruled Thursday afternoon that the driver accused in the OSU homecoming parade crash is competent to stand trial.
A Skiatook family hurt in the OSU Homecoming parade crash is home and healing. They are thankful for all the support they have received.
The family of a young boy hurt in the OSU homecoming parade crash reacts to the news that Stillwater Medical Center won’t charge for emergency treatment.
The board that oversees Stillwater Medical Center has announced it will not bill Oklahoma State University homecoming parade crash victims for out-of-pocket services.
The University of Arkansas gave Oklahoma State University a banner signed by thousands of Razorback students and staff on Tuesday.