Piano Man Billy Joel is coming to Tulsa in November. Tulsa mayor Dewey Bartlett made the announcement Thursday morning.
The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality has added eight more state lakes to its original list of lakes which contain fish with high levels of mercury.
Broken Arrow is currently assessing the condition of all of its streets.
Investigators are asking for the public's help to identify some Tulsa burglary suspects.
Police are looking for the person who shot into a Tulsa home with people inside early Thursday.
Police are looking for two men who robbed a Tulsa food mart Wednesday evening.
The Oral Roberts men's basketball team led by as many as 13 and led for more than 27 minutes in the game, but went cold down the stretch and could not hold off IPFW as the Golden Eagles fell 68-63.
For months, a former Tulsa County deputy has said he will file a lawsuit regarding his termination. On Thursday, attorneys for Shannon Clark sent a letter to formally announce the intent to file tort claim.
Nick Hughes and the nation's other top school counselors were honored by First Lady Michelle Obama.
After several days of discussing last-minute changes to Tulsa's Vision Tax Plan, City Councilors unanimously approved a final Thursday night.
Thursday, Tulsa County sheriff's deputies delivered a scathing letter to county commissioners saying, in part, that they have "no faith or confidence" in them.
Experts at the Sutton Avian Research Center are taking new steps to educate the public on wildlife conservation.
William "Brent" Cooper, wanted for assaulting a man Tuesday evening in Tulsa, is now in police custody.
The awards continue to pile up for Bishop Kelley Comet Dallas Keuchel.
Officers say the pursuit stemmed from a shooting at a home near Archer and Lewis last month.
Fire danger will be a concern for the next few days due to much above normal temperatures and gusty southerly winds. A return to more winter-like conditions by early next week.
In a night where Oklahoma State remembered the ten, the Cowboys wore throwback uniforms from 2001. But the offense was also in throwback mode.
The decision today will set the course for $886 million dollars over 15 years. The council votes Thursday night to move the package to the ballot and voters will see it on the ballot April 5.
Due to a physical altercation with Los Angeles Clippers assistant equipment manager Matias Testi, Blake Griffin’s injury absence will extend.
Two Cherokee County teens were charged with breaking into a home and stealing guns. The undersheriff said social media helped the young men carry out the crime.
One Voice, which includes the Tulsa Regional Chamber, outlined what it believes are the biggest challenges on both the state and federal level.
Gov. Mary Fallin gave the media a kind of sneak peek into her upcoming state of the state address, which takes place on Feb. 1.
Oklahoma City Thunder guard Cameron Payne will be out of the lineup when team faces the Houston Rockets on Friday.
Cherokee County spent five years fighting a lawsuit, only to agree this week to settle it by paying $1.5 million to a man who was badly beaten inside the jail.
A group of Jenks fourth graders worked to collect an entire bin full of coats for Coats for Kids.
Lawmakers have been busy filing bills to find ways to save money on education – including annexing or even closing smaller school districts.
Arkansas will honor its former basketball coach Eddie Sutton with a banner at Bud Walton Arena.
The Broken Arrow Superintendent of Schools held a news conference on Thursday after a high school student was suspended for alleged threats and social media erupted in “chaos.”
The semi was on Pine, hauling a flat-bed trailer loaded with a piece of heavy equipment. When he went under the overpass, the equipment hit the bridge.
Crews had to work quickly to save a housing addition, near the Moore-Norman city lines, from a large wind-driven grass fire, Thursday afternoon.
Four people were taken to the hospital after a car crashed into a Tulsa building Thursday afternoon.
Investigators arrest a man they believe broke into several homes and stole guns and ammunition. Authorities say Terry McHenry admitted to breaking into at least one of the homes.
The standards for English, math, health and physical education were approved during a meeting Thursday. They replace the Common Core standards that were repealed by the Legislature in 2014.
Quite a few Broken Arrow parents took their high school students out of class Thursday after reports of a threat to students. Police say the student who made the threat is suspended.
Oklahoma has lost another of it's famous five Indian ballerinas. Yvonne Chouteau died Sunday at the age of 86.
An environmental group is asking the Kansas Supreme Court to require state limits on greenhouse gas emissions for a new coal-fired power plant in southwest Kansas before it is built.
A 3.9 magnitude earthquake was recorded near McCord, Oklahoma, Thursday morning.
Police say no one was injured when a pickup struck an Owasso school bus Thursday morning.
Your driver's license will be a hot topic for lawmakers as the state legislature meets next week.
On January 28, 1986, 1 minute and 13 seconds after liftoff, space shuttle Challenger exploded as thousands watched the launch in person and on television. All seven astronauts on board were killed.
Tulsa police are trying to track down a murder suspect. Tisha Young is charged with first-degree murder in the death of Jeremy Ingram.
Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers say they'd called off a chase and turned around when they came across the car they'd been chasing, crashed along I-44.
The World Health Organization says it is convening an emergency committee on Monday to decide if the Zika virus outbreak should be declared an international health emergency.
An Oklahoma Highway Patrol (OHP) trooper, injured in a crash on Interstate 40 in Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma, has been released from the hospital.
Yesterday afternoon was gorgeous. Today should be even better with slightly warmer daytime highs as many locations will move into the lower 60s.
For years, officials in Cherokee County fought a lawsuit filed by a man badly beaten in their jail in 2011, but records indicate the case appears to have been settled a few weeks before it was scheduled for trial.