Firefighters say it was a cooking fire that damaged a Tulsa apartment late Thursday.
Public Service Company of Oklahoma reporting a power outage in northeast Bartlesville Friday morning.
The 31st annual Chili Bowl continues at the River Spirit Expo Center, and one of Oklahoma's own finds himself right in the thick of things.
OSU has a tough task Saturday as they face second-ranked Kansas at always tough Allen Fieldhouse.
Crews did a good job prepping bridges and overpasses for the storm, but just because it's not a worst-case scenario for them doesn't mean they're taking the rest of the night off.
When the forecast shows potential storms, people tend to rush to the stores for their bread and milk. To prepare for that increase in demand, stores like Reasor's start getting ready days ahead.
People who live in Pawhuska are getting ready for another round of freezing rain.
Crews with Oologah-Talala EMS responded to two separate crashes in Rogers County Friday night.
More cold rain and/or freezing rain through the night tonight and into Saturday morning. Storms likely Sunday night into Monday morning.
In the Tulsa metro, area road conditions remained in pretty good shape throughout the day.
Tulsa police want to make sure you’re safe on the roads and have some tips about how to drive on the ice.
Some of the trees in Rogers County started off with a light blanket of ice; but most of the roads remained fairly clear.
The power outages in Bartlesville started pouring in late Friday morning, and almost immediately after that, PSO crews started following up.
The Tulsa Commission on Community Policing met Friday for the first time; its goal is to improve the relationship between Tulsans and police.
Tulsa police arrested a man in the jury pool for an ongoing double murder trial.
As winter weather moves across Green Country, areas to the north and west of Tulsa could feel the brunt of the storm.
Osage and Pawnee counties have seen the most ice so far from Friday's winter storm.
Thieves are taking advantage of the cold weather. Tulsa police say five cars were stolen Friday morning after their owners left them running and unattended.
Tulsa Police are investigating a wreck involving a trash truck Friday afternoon.
A 26-year-old Oklahoma paramedic has pleaded guilty in federal court to taking vials of painkillers from her assigned ambulances and replacing the contents with saline solution.
The Tulsa Police Department released photos of two men they said robbed a QuikTrip store Wednesday around 1:30 a.m.
Oklahoma Task Force 1 gained two K9s Thursday to aid in its search and rescue efforts.
Chances for rain and along with freezing rain will continue for northeastern Oklahoma Friday afternoon and evening, but areas along and north of Interstate-44 will only see freezing rain.
Stillwater missed out on the ice Friday morning, but they are still ready for whatever may come overnight.
City of Tulsa salt trucks spread out across town to prepare streets for potential ice. While the city did see rain, nothing really froze over.
A city worker ended up in the hospital after salting the roads Friday morning in south Tulsa near Jenks.
Tulsa Police are on the scene of a hit-and-run collision in the area of 3400 S. 129th East Avenue, and they say one of the vehicles involved was possibly stolen.
Authorities are looking for a person of interest in connection with numerous residential and business in two northeast Oklahoma counties.
Planes departing Tulsa International Airport Friday morning are being de-iced after they push back from their gate.
An Owasso High School student was taken to the hospital after he slipped on ice while running alongside a school bus to try to get it to stop, Owasso school officials said.
Oklahoma Department of Transportation spokesperson Kenna Mitchell updated 6 In The Morning early Friday about current road conditions across northeast Oklahoma.
The City of Tulsa is currently treating bridges around the city, and road surfaces across the city are maintaining temperatures above freezing.
Tulsa Public Schools are in session Friday. District superintendent Dr. Deborah Gist made the announcement just before 5:30 a.m.
The much-advertised icing event is underway across part of the state this morning and will remain, in some locations, for most of the weekend.
Police have identified a Sallisaw man whose death they are calling suspicious.
When killer Michael Vance was flushed out of his hiding place in western Oklahoma, lawmen who had responded from all over the state lit out after him.
City Of Broken Arrow - Snow Removal Information
The City of Tulsa is responsible for clearing snow and ice from certain segments of the Tulsa expressway system and all arterial (main) streets.