The potential for a few showers and thunderstorms during Friday Night Football is still with us, but some data indicates the potential for a break by late afternoon through the early evening hours.
Here's Dean Blevins' Q & A on Oklahoma vs Ohio State where he discusses both Saturday's classic and the memorable rally and OU win at Ohio Stadium in 1977.
A City of Tulsa internal investigation into police officers paying higher-ranking officers to retire, so they can be promoted, finds the process violates ethics, codes and personnel policy.
More than a dozen people protested outside the headquarters of PSO Thursday because of the utility's implementation of Smart Meters in the Tulsa area.
The Pioneer Press is reporting that former Sooner Sam Bradford took all of the first-team snaps in the Minnesota’s practice Thursday.
A Tulsa woman says a mechanic took her money but didn't to the work. She hopes learning a lesson the hard way prevents others from falling into the same trap.
Firefighters battled flames at a historic Sand Springs building Thursday evening.
A group of Tulsans, who recently returned from an international conference in Switzerland, shared their experience at the Tulsa Historical Society Thursday.
Tulsa's Regional Chamber got together Thursday night to go over plans to bring more tourists to Green Country.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced a recall of 1 million of the high-end devices because of serious fire and burn hazards.
Better chances for shower/storms through Friday night with the potential for locally heavy rainfall.
Armyworms are here earlier and more aggressively than year's past, according to the Oklahoma State University’s Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources.
A search warrant reveals new information about the man charged with murdering Khalid Jabara.
The Tulsa Humane Society is waiving adoption fees this weekend after it took in hundreds of animals from hoarding situations this summer.
The Black Wall Street Classic football game is Saturday at the Booker T. Washington High School stadium.
Doctors at the Oklahoma Heart Institute are using a dissolvable heart stent on patients to replace those that leave metal behind.
A Tulsa woman wants to know why her case against a contractor accused of fraud is taking so long to be resolved.
The Oklahoma Department of Education is getting more than $40 million back; that’s its share of the state’s $140 million state budget surplus.
Governor Mary Fallin signed a bill Thursday that will save lives following major disasters; the bill creates an Oklahoma Incident Management Team.
The Tulsa area is one of only five locations in the United States to test a new education math app.
Jimmy Carter says the United States is experiencing a “resurgence of racism” and he’s calling on Baptist faith leaders to foster change in their churches and communities.
A man was stabbed to death overnight in Owasso at a home near 116th and North Garnett. Police have arrested the man they believe did it.
Davis Correctional Facility celebrated its largest ever graduating class Wednesday.
Claremore firefighters are heading to Colorado Springs to see fallen firefighter Captain Jason Farley inducted into the International Firefighters Hall of Fame.
Love's Travel Stops opened its newest store Thursday in Okmulgee, putting about 60 people to work in Okmulgee County.
A chef from Oliveto's Italian Bistro shows us how to make a Chicken Bruschetta Sandwich with chicken breast, cheese, tomatoes and spinach.
Backup quarterback Austin Kendall had some pretty bold things to say about the daunted Ohio State defense when the true freshman was on Sooner Sports Wednesday night.
The Edison Foundation, a local charity that supports Edison Middle and High School, has voted to pay the salary of a teacher who was going to be trimmed from the middle school. .
The Tulsa Police Department said Thursday it continues to investigate a high number of vehicle burglaries.
Although the new iPhones won't be released until Friday, the reviews are already pouring in.
There's a new scam warning out today, this time from criminals pretending to be with the Oklahoma Election Board.
What a difference a year has made for breast cancer survivor Shari Garcia.
There's been a big breakthrough in the fight against breast cancer. Researchers say they've identified a protein linked to tumor growth.
An armed man robbed a woman at the Sonic at 11th and Garnett around 11:30 p.m. Wednesday, according to Tulsa Police.
Oklahoma City police arrested one person in connection to a man’s death.
Tulsa Police were called to the scene after a toddler was found outside a business early Thursday morning. They reunited the child with his family.
Police said they showed up to find a man with a folding pocket knife still in his back near Brady and North Maybelle just before 10:30 Wednesday night.
Donna Burrell, the mother who ran back into her burning Oklahoma City apartment to try and save her 4-year-old son, has died.
Police in Sapulpa are looking for several people after a violent home invasion in what they call a quiet neighborhood on the southwest side of town.