The Medical Examiner’s office has ruled the in-custody death of a Cleveland County inmate accidental, saying that he died of meth poisoning.
In a couple of months, Route 66 turns 90 years old. And here in Tulsa, there's a new push to save some businesses along the ‘Mother Road.’
The Tulsa Drillers opened a six-game homestand Wednesday night with a big comeback victory.
The Rolling Hills Neighborhood Watch group is rolling out another campaign called Night Lights On. It’s designed to keep their neighborhood safer with one simple switch.
Oklahoma’s scorching weather can be really tough on first responders, especially firefighters.
As people protest the police shooting death in Baton Rouge; here in Tulsa, people are weighing in.
New technology rolling out this week at an area credit union is putting the teller back into ATM. The goal for the new machines is to make your trip to the bank safer.
NBA analyst and former league MVP Charles Barkley isn’t thrilled with Kevin Durant’s decision to sign with Golden State and “gravy train on a terrific Warriors team” to win a championship.
People from here and from all over the country are helping out pets that live with Tulsa's homeless by buying food to give away.
Fort Gibson police are on the hunt for a man exposing himself to children all over town. The latest incident happened Tuesday night to an 8-year-old girl.
The Tulsa County Jail confirms murder suspect Robert Bever tried to hang himself with a sheet June 17.
Oklahoma City police have increased patrol near Kevin Durant’s Bricktown home.
Russell Westbrook will head the Oklahoma City Thunder now that Kevin Durant is gone, but not for long says an NBA executive.
It took a just over six hours for the community of Locust Grove to raise $17,000 for the family of Greyson Knowles.
The state’s newly formed Tax Incentive Evaluation Commission is targeting nearly $110 million in tax incentives given to businesses in its first year of operation.
A man is recovering after a doctor removed a bullet lodged in his face. Police say he's the second person injured by falling bullets on Independence Day.
Most of us are always looking for ways to stretch our food dollars. Well, Oklahoma's nutrition assistance program is helping shoppers double their benefits at area farmers markets.
The Grand River Dam Authority identified the man who died after a mishap in Grand Lake on Tuesday.
The Muskogee County Sheriff's Office identified the man whose body was found in the Canadian River near Porum Monday.
Oklahoma and Temple have agreed to a three-game football series starting in 2024.
The woman arrested Tuesday for a Claremore bank robber back in February is now being charged with two Sand Springs robberies.
PSO originally blamed balloons for a power outage in south Tulsa; however, they later learned the problem was caused by a dead tree with limbs on the lines.
The search continues for the body of a Kansas man who drowned in Lake Skiatook July 4.
The Oklahoma Lottery says it's still waiting for the state's two newest millionaires to claim their prizes.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced a recall of over 500,000 hoverboards after reports of injury and property damage from overheating batteries.
Unused tax credits have created a big cloud over future state revenue collections, and officials say they can’t predict with certainty when or even if a storm might strike.
SNAP recipients in Oklahoma can now double the value of up to $20 of benefits a day by purchasing fresh fruits and vegetables at local farmers markets.
Take a look at a baby flamingo at the Tulsa Zoo.
President Obama announced Wednesday a slight drawdown of U.S. forces in Afghanistan, telling reporters that about 8,400 American troops will remain in the country at the year's end.
Tulsa police now say they have a second gunshot victim hit by bullets fired into the air at Tulsa's FreedomFest on Monday night.
A new report from House Beautiful finds a spot in Tulsa as the most beautiful place in all of Oklahoma.
Construction crews are preparing for a number of projects Wednesday that could impact your drive.
Parts of two roads in Broken Arrow could be shut down or narrowed for two weeks because of a possible gas line issue.
Morning thunderstorms will pass through leaving heat advisories and warnings in Green Country Wednesday.
Two Oklahoma Sheriff's offices are using Facebook to warn people about door-to-door meat sales.
College students looking to avoid alcohol-related weight gain or get a faster buzz are increasingly turning to a seriously unhealthy habit called "drunkorexia."
News of Kevin Durant's departure still has many Oklahomans filled with emotions. Many fans' frustration lead to burning their once beloved player's jersey, but an Oklahoma man wants the discarded apparel to be put to better use.