Several crashes slowed traffic near downtown Tulsa Wednesday morning.
An Okmulgee County man shot and killed his wife then himself, according to the medical examiner's report.
Oklahoma State returns to Big 12 Conference action Friday night at Allie P. Reynolds Stadium when the Cowboys open a series against Texas.
Watch Billy Donovan, Russell Westbrook and more as the Thunder hold exit interviews on Wednesday.
Weather video from one of the News On 6 Storm Trackers is getting a lot of attention on social media, but not because of the meteorological event it shows.
Residents southwest of Adair in Mayes County experienced widespread damage from strong storms late Tuesday and early Wednesday.
Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum laid out his proposed $824 million budget for the coming year, and some called it the most impressive budget they’ve seen.
Firefighters say everyone made it out safely after a Jenks home caught fire Wednesday evening.
Police are looking for a man who they say robbed a Tulsa CVS pharmacy Wednesday morning.
A Cleveland man claims officers used excessive force, but after reports an officer hit him, Cleveland's police chief said that's not the case, and body cam video proves it.
Oklahoma’s AG said despite a committee recommendation, capital punishments will resume. One woman said she hopes this will ensure justice is served.
Tulsa’s Marquay Baul recently got tasked with being an NFL Players Association Registered Financial Advisor, and it all started at a QuikTrip.
Jacqueline Morris is counting her blessings tonight after a crash left her truck submerged in Lake Sahoma.
Nearly 100 violent offenders are off Tulsa streets thanks to a huge sweep by local officers and federal agents.
What a difference a day can make. Warmer Thursday and Friday before the next big storm rolls in.
Some prosecutors and victims fear the governor won't sign it because there is a big push right now to keep people out of prison, not put them in even longer.
The National Weather Service says two EF1 tornadoes touched down in Mayes County Tuesday night, snapping trees and damaging homes.
This week, lawmakers are supposed to be meeting in what are called Joint Conferences on Appropriations and Budget (JCABs), but those meetings have been postponed.
Broken Arrow Police say a student at the Freshman Academy brought a gun to school Wednesday.
Wagoner Police held a news briefing Wednesday afternoon to release new information about a fatal shooting last week. Joshua Blaylock has been charged in the death of Danny Potts, 26.
Oklahoma has been consistent in supplying NFL talent. Since the first Draft in 1936, at least one Sooner has been taken 79 out of 81 years.
The Veterans Crisis Line connects Veterans in crisis and their families and friends with qualified, caring Department of Veterans Affairs responders through a confidential toll-free hotline, online chat, or text.
Homeowners in Western Oklahoma are divided over wind energy.
Residents in Holdenville took stock of the damage Wednesday after severe storms Tuesday night. News 9's Dana Hertneky will have complete coverage Wednesday night at 4 and 5pm.
Skiatook Lake has been below the normal lever over the last few years, but now the Corps of Engineers is actually releasing water.
The Oral Roberts baseball team announced schedule changes for its weekend series against Fort Wayne due to the threat of storms hitting south Tulsa.
Russell Westbrook was in positive spirits on Wednesday morning at the Thunder's exit interviews, but the MVP candidate didn't show his cards when asked a question about signing another extension with OKC this summer.
Oklahoma's new attorney general says the state is moving forward with new protocols for executing death row inmates, despite a unanimous recommendation from a bipartisan study group that a death penalty moratorium remain in place.
Police say a five year old was treated for non-life threatening injuries after running in front of a car near a Broken Arrow bus stop Wednesday morning.
The state medical examiner's office said they cannot determine what caused the death of an Owasso infant.
Officers say a driver of an SUV told police she had to take evasive action before ending up in Sahoma Lake Wednesday morning.
One rural Mayes County neighborhood just south of the Will Rogers Turnpike say high winds knock down trees, leading to scattered power outages early Wednesday.
Michelle Bonicelli from the OSU Extension Center in Tulsa with a recipe for a Tortellini Salad in a mason jar.
Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter was joined by two state senators Wednesday to announce legislation to form the Oklahoma Commission on Opioid Abuse.
LeFlore County authorities expect to resume their search Wednesday for a man and a woman, after their boat overturned in the Arkansas River on Sunday, April 23rd.
The Oklahoma Department of Corrections says of April 25th, they have set a new record for the state's prison population at 62,000.
Oklahoma State announced plans for a $20 million soccer stadium to be built on the current Cowgirl Soccer Complex site.
A major street project scheduled to start this week along 101st Street South in Tulsa and could impact your commute.
Folks in Broken Arrow want to "Blow Away Malaria."
This week on Wild Wednesday, LeAnne Taylor talks with Dr. Jonathan Pucket who is a veterinary ophthalmologist who recently operated on a Tulsa Zoo animal.
Utility crews are out working to restore power after storms moved across eastern Oklahoma late Tuesday and early Wednesday.
A Tulsa woman makes an unusual friend on local golf course.
The front is positioned south of the metro as of this post and will continue to slide southeast with thunderstorms along both sides of the boundary across far southeastern Oklahoma.
The Tulsa Zoo in Mohawk Park