Mallory Taylor said she wanted to give some of his art as a show of love and support to a place that has recently seen so much hate.
A Claremore high school student is behind bars after police said he brought a loaded gun to school on Thursday.
The News On 6 WARN team held a Wild Weather Camp at the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame in Tulsa on Wednesday.
Nowata County has a new Sheriff.
A Tulsa ranch owner is desperately searching for his stolen horse. David Mitchell raised the 20-year-old Buckskin himself.
A Bartlesville man is in the Nowata County Jail after a 40-mile chase from Bartlesville to Oologah Saturday night.
People packed the room to hear Tulsa Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Deborah Gist outline the potential cuts board members will consider.
Shoe chain Payless Shoe Source has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and closing nearly 400 stores.
A Bartlesville call center will close this fall, but all 300 employees may get to keep their jobs. The Sitel call center has 17 years of history in Bartlesville, and they plan to stay around, just not in town.
Homeland security agents teamed up with Tulsa police and Tulsa County deputies for a heroin drug bust in Bixby Wednesday.
Zaneta Campbell looks back on her son's life in birthdays.
Clearing skies tonight and some chilly mornings ahead. Could see some frost or even a light freeze, particularly Friday morning.
Guthrie police are investigating Wednesday after they found a male victim with multiple gunshot wounds.
An elementary school is the only school in Goodman, Missouri, and students and a teacher saw what was left of their school for the very first time Wednesday.
It's not unusual for outstanding high school students to be accepted by one of the eight Ivy League universities. But, one Jenks High School senior has achieved something extraordinary - she's been accepted by all eight.
Something new is opening at the Woody Guthrie Center in Tulsa's Brady Arts District. It's an exhibit featuring the life, work and music of Pete Seeger, from his music to his work as a social activist.
University of Oklahoma men's basketball coach Lon Kruger received the National Association of Basketball Coaches Metropolitan Award for long and outstanding service to men's college basketball.
A third person has been arrested in connection with the weekend shooting deaths of Corey Todd and Anthony Cooks, Okmulgee Police said Wednesday.
State Superintendent Joy Hofmeister is working with Oklahoma tribal leaders to improve education in the state.
A bill to give teachers raises passed another hurdle without a clear way to pay for it.
Superintendent Dr. Deborah Gist will recommend the consolidation of Park Elementary, Remington Elementary and ECDC Porter to the school board at a meeting Wednesday night.
The first 50 dogs will receive a dog bandana and reflective dog tag.
Inside its 2016 civil rights report, the Oklahoma Council on American-Islamic Relations says hate crimes and discrimination against Muslims are on the rise.
A memorial service for acclaimed Russian Poet Yevgeny Yevtushenko, who also taught at the University of Tulsa, will be held Wednesday at 5 p.m. at TU’s Lorton Performance Center.
Tulsa Police are trying to locate a transient who prosecutors say is an essential witness in a double homicide in November 2016.
According to the company's web site, it will soon be opening a restaurant at 3330 South Peoria.
One of Oklahoma's Own is helping folks keep up with America's favorite giraffe.
NBA record-holder Russell Westbrook and the Oklahoma City Thunder travel to Memphis for an important playoff-seeding matchup.
Tulsa Police are looking for a woman they say was seen with a murder victim around the time of his death.
It's almost time for summertime cookouts, and Joe Davidson from Oklahoma Joe's Bar-B-Que shows how to make a summer cookout staple - baked beans!
An incoming southeast Kansas high school principal has resigned after student reporters raised questions about her credentials.
A Broken Arrow man said a thief stole his car and used it to commit crimes all across the state.
A Broken Arrow woman convicted last month for the murder of her husband was sentenced Wednesday to life in prison.
The Oklahoma Department of Agriculture says a Wildlife Services officer killed a mountain lion in the Panhandle over the weekend.
Tulsa police arrested a man accused of attacking his children's mother and then holding her against her will.
Panera is being acquired by Europe’s JAB Holding Co. for more than $7 billion.
Police are seeking the public's help in locating an elderly woman who they said drove away from her home in Tulsa's Elba Terrace Mobile Home park Tuesday morning.
6 In The Morning anchor LeAnne Taylor checks out a Pencil Urchin at the Tulsa Zoo who acts like a vacuum sweeper for the ocean.
Authorities believe two tornadoes caused extensive damage in southwestern Missouri Tuesday evening.
A downed power line left over 180 PSO customers in Tulsa without electricity early Wednesday, but it was restored around 7:30 a.m.
Police say customers helped officers to catch a 24-year-old man who tried to rob a Sperry convenience store late Tuesday.
Police say a woman has died after a two vehicle crash on Highway 11 near 103rd Street North in Sperry Tuesday evening.
We’re back to windy, blustery, and chilly weather today with a few showers this morning. Temps will stay in the 40's this morning and will end with highs in the upper 50's or lower 60's today.
An Oklahoma City police officer is suing over a spicy quesadilla.
The Tulsa Zoo in Mohawk Park