Muskogee city officials are asking residents and businesses for help as the city prepares its request for federal assistance.
Dams across eastern Oklahoma are releasing record amounts of water Tuesday.
Authorities are in the process of evacuating residents from an RV park at the Chouteau Bend Recreational Area in Mayes County Tuesday morning.
The City of Tulsa says its street crews began applying salt on hills and bridges early Monday morning.
A mixture of sleet and snow is falling across the Tulsa area Monday morning, making a mess of traffic.
Six people were rescued by boat in a Jenks neighborhood early Monday.
The Oklahoma Department of Transportation's new interactive map has the latest information on highway conditions and closures.
This weekend's storms have knocked out power to customer across eastern Oklahoma.
The cleanup is just beginning after devastating floods in eastern Oklahoma - including an area below the Pensacola Dam, south of Langley, where they saw historic levels of flooding.
The Corps is holding back some water to reduce flooding and still releasing at some lakes to make room in the reservoir.
Residents at the Chouteau Bend recreation area in Mayes County are drying out from flooding earlier this week.
Thieves hit a Muskogee family while they were at their most vulnerable. In a week of historic rains, the Kirkhart family is not only dealing with flooding, but also looters.
With miles of Interstate 44 closed down because of flooding in west St. Louis County, a monkey wrench has been thrown into the work days of thousands of cross-country truckers.
Skiatook Lake, notoriously known for its low water level, is above normal - and it's actually helping business.
At least a dozen families in Mayes County were still without homes Wednesday after heavy flooding from the Pensacola Dam forced them out.
We’re continuing to see damage caused by this weekend’s recording-setting rainfall. Many along Fort Gibson Lake are dealing with substantial damage.
Flooding tore away a section of the old Lindsey Mayes Bridge overnight.
Many Oklahomans are convinced the river that formed Grand Lake should be called the Grand River. But other Oklahomans feel just as strongly that it should be called the Neosho River.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has increased the amount of water pouring through the gates of the dam on the Robert S. Kerr Reservoir in Sequoyah County.
President Obama declared a major disaster for Oklahoma and ordered federal aid to supplement state, tribal and local recovery efforts.
Flood waters are receding in most local neighborhoods, and the work of getting homes and businesses back to normal is underway.
Flooding in northeastern Oklahoma is breaking records, and the Army Corps of Engineers Tulsa office has the task of containing and directing all the water.
In Tahlequah, the effects of flooding will be felt long after the water drops. Tuesday, experts with the USGS spent the afternoon checking river levels.
Tulsa drivers didn't have to deal with much ice or snow on roads Tuesday, but colder weather is making pre-existing potholes even larger.
Water continued to rise overnight and washed over a road into Chouteau Bend in Mayes County, forcing a series of rescues.
Some homes in Muskogee are now under water because of all the rising water; a section of Highway 16 between Muskogee and Okay was also closed.
The City of Tulsa says it's ready for the next round of winter precipitation.
The closure stretches from from Charleston’s parking lot east to Sprout’s Parking lot.
State Highway 10 north from Tahlequah is open to traffic, according to the Oklahoma Scenic Rivers Commission.
For nearly a decade, a Broken Arrow family has watched their yard wash away due to erosion.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says a swift water rescue team saved a man whose pickup got stuck in floodwaters in LeFlore County Monday afternoon.
The Oklahoma Scenic River Commission says all gages on the Illinois River show the water has crested or is cresting.
Troopers recovered the body of a man after a Fayetteville, Arkansas musician and his friend went missing after going duck hunting on Kaw Lake in north central Oklahoma Sunday.
Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers recovered the body of a man who disappeared Sunday morning after his vehicle was swept away by floodwaters.
For the first time this season, the City of Tulsa put its winter weather fleet to work, monitoring roadways as rain and snow fell to the ground.
Managers at the Taylor Ferry Marina in Wagoner County said they woke up to find Mother Nature had gotten the best of it.
EMSA has a warning about generators and deadly carbon monoxide.
The city of Jay is under a boil order due to the recent flooding.
Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers recovered a woman's body from an SUV in high water in south Tulsa County Monday afternoon.
The Illinois River in Tahlequah is 24-feet above normal and the rising water has destroyed homes and businesses and forced families and animals to find higher ground.
Water continues to rise on the Grand River as the Grand River Dam Authority opens more flood gates at the Pensacola Dam.
City crews in Tulsa spent Monday clearing and treating roads in anticipation of the freezing temperatures and potential problems overnight and into Tuesday morning.
Historic flooding along the Illinois River has a summertime resort under water.
Gov. Mary Fallin extended a state of emergency for all 77 counties for another 30 days due to the winter storms and flooding after the Christmas holiday.
Monday afternoon, the Pocola Fire Department conducted a swift-water rescue after high waters swept a man's truck off the road.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says its airboat and one from the Illinois River Fire Department were used to rescue 13 Adair County residents stranded by high water Monday.
High water left quite a surprise for a Keota woman Monday.
The Grand River Dam Authority warned people below the Pensacola Dam and the Robert S. Kerr Dam to prepare to evacuate as it begins releasing high volumes of water.
As of November this year had set a record for the wettest year in Oklahoma history, but thanks to the non-stop rainfall over the Christmas weekend the record has been smashed.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has opened the floodgates at Broken Bow Lake to an all time high Monday morning.
Sapulpa first responders said they were checking water levels on Hickory Street when they saw two people clinging to an ice chest in the tree line about 4 a.m. on Sunday.
Torrential rains are impacting eastern Oklahoma all weekend, and near Tahlequah, they caused a rock slide on Sunday. The Illinois River Basin has been hit hard with nearly 10 inches of rain falling.
Emergency crews from Rogers County met on Saturday night at the courthouse to discuss the weather threat as flooding is reported across Green Country and tornado threats loom.
One of the prime problem areas is State Highway 16. Since the flooding started, crews have completed 10 rescues there, and it's putting a strain on emergency responders, officials say.
Widespread and historic December rains continued Sunday and flooding is becoming dangerous across much of Green Country. Another round of wet and cold weather is expected on Monday, the WARN Team says.
The Pittsburg County sheriff tells News On 6 that crews have suspended the search and rescue operation for the a man swept away in floodwaters.
Due to the hazardous weather conditions, the State Emergency Operations Center (EOC) has been activated, a news release from the Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management.
One of our stormtrackers captured footage in Tahlequah on Saturday as a normally low creek near Northeastern State University transformed into a raging river.