Broken Arrow State Senator Nathan Dahm says he's running for Jim Bridenstine's U.S. House seat in 2018.
Football player and med student, that's not a line you see crossed often. But Golden Hurricane defensive tackle Jerry Uwaezuoke is trying to do just that.
Hundreds of Green Country students now know more about the benefits of bugs.
The suspect involved in a standoff with Bartlesville police surrendered Thursday evening.
NatureWorks is dedicating its 27th life-size bronze wildlife monument in the Tulsa area Thursday afternoon.
For years, parents, schools and churches taught kids about ‘Stranger Danger’ in order to keep them safe. But now experts say that's the wrong approach.
Tulsa police say a man robbed a couple at gun point, stole their jeep and later tried to rob another person. One victim said he's happy to be alive.
Thursday, fourth graders from Jenks East Elementary took the first school bus tour of the Gathering Place.
In 2014, Thunder fans, Oklahomans watched as Kevin Durant accepted the NBA's MVP award.
Another update on the April 26 severe weather event. Also, after a string of beautiful weather, a pattern change will bring another chance of showers/storms in the days ahead.
The FDA's new regulations have many e-cigarette users and business owners in Tulsa are worried about future access to the devices.
Many councilors say the center is vital to keep kids out of trouble. They set aside extra money to hire more employees to make sure it stays open during the day, but we're told that didn't happen.
Families with children on the Autism spectrum are savoring a victory thanks to a bill passed by the Oklahoma Legislature.
Thursday, the state legislature began taking up bills to increase revenue by cutting tax credits.
Two people were seriously hurt in 2013 when an officer responding to an emergency pulled out in front of them at 116th and Delaware.
Reuters is reporting the Energy Transfer Equity chief executive said today the company can not close the deal because of tax issues.
Two dozen officers had to find more than 250 of them during Operation Stop. Sex offenders who aren't home get a door hanger that says they must call the DA's office within 24 hours.
The Tulsa softball team plays its final conference series of the season this weekend against American Athletic Conference foe UConn Friday through Sunday at the Collins Family Softball Complex.
The biggest issue councilors have with the budget is what to do with the $3.2 million in "undesignated funds."
The National Weather Service Meteorologists are looking at more possible tornado damage in Green Country. They already have confirmed more than a dozen tornadoes from storms last week.
When word got out on the passing of an Air Force Veteran with no family, local veterans took notice and took action. Together they provided former Tinker Airman Mark Wayne Howell with a funeral service with full military honors.
There’s plenty of work to be done at Jellystone Park in Mannford, but the waterpark is expected to be open sooner than you might think.
A semi and a minivan collided on U.S. Highway 169 at the Interstate 44-West ramp on Thursday afternoon, officials say.
The 2016 American Athletic Softball Championship begins in Tulsa in one week, on Thursday, May 12, at the Collins Family Softball Complex.
A bill aimed at reducing Oklahoma’s feral hog population just passed the Oklahoma Senate and is headed to the Governor.
Coming off incredible senior seasons where they led the Sooners to the Final Four, both Buddy Hield and Isaiah Cousins have been selected to attend the 2016 NBA Draft Combine in Chicago on May 15.
Freshman Majed Kilani earned American Athletic Conference Freshman of the Year honors while junior Or Ram-Harel was named to the All-Conference Singles Team, as announced Thursday by the league office.
The White House says President Obama has commuted the sentence of a Broken Bow man serving time for drug convictions.
Oklahoma State and Oklahoma will both play in the NCAA golf regional in Stillwater.
Seven children who were taken to perform for occupiers during the armed takeover of an Oregon wildlife refuge have been placed in the temporary custody of Kansas child welfare officials.
Oklahoma agriculture experts have predicted that the state's wheat harvest will far exceed that of 2015 after years of farmers struggling through harsh freezes and drought.
Cancer Treatment Centers of America says it has laid off workers at its facility in Tulsa.
There is a post going viral on social media showing a mysterious light crossing the sky during News On 6 storm coverage last week.
Two more Oklahomans have died from the flu, bringing the number of deaths to ten during the current flu season.
Officials cut the ribbon on three new businesses in downtown Broken Arrow’s Rose District on Thursday morning. American Hatfield, Simplicity and Hillary's Boutique now are open.
Tulsa Police captured a man they say is responsible for two armed robberies, holding a gun to one woman's head in her driveway.
A University of Oklahoma men's basketball player has been charged with one count of aggravated assault and battery on Wednesday.
Authorities are looking for a Langley man after he and a Vinita man were charged this week with insurance fraud. They allegedly buried a truck and reported it stolen.
A man arrested for escaping from McAlester prison in 2015 pleaded guilty this week in federal court for trying to hit a U.S. Marshal during a police chase.
Four women - three adults and a teenager - were taken into custody after Tulsa police say they were driving a car stolen in a recent armed robbery.
The City of Tulsa is settling a lawsuit from three years ago, when a police officer responding to a emergency call pulled into the path of a motorcycle.
Hundreds of electronic cigarette brands will have to seek federal permission to stay on the market under new rules issued by the Food and Drug Administration.
Thursday is Cinco de Mayo and 6 In The Morning celebrated with some sweet treats. Katia Anaya from Tulsa's Pancho Anaya Mexican Bakery stopped by and gave the 6 In The Morning crew a taste.
Chesapeake Energy Corporation announced a $964 million net loss during the first quarter of 2016.
Second annual Jared Shoemaker Memorial Run to be held May 6, 2016 at Mohawk Park in Tulsa
The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals has upheld the life prison sentence of a 39-year-old Claremore man who was convicted of strangling a woman and throwing her body off a highway bridge.
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We expect another 5-Star weather day! Clear sky and dry air will allow temperatures to drop into the 40s this morning across Northeastern Oklahoma.
A Georgia woman is behind bars after sheriff’s deputies busted her driving with more than 25 pounds of marijuana in a false compartment of her vehicle. It happened around 10:30 p.m. on Monday.