The state of Oklahoma and nineteen state Tribal Historic Preservation Offices will receive over $830,000 in historic preservation grants, awarded by the National Park Service.
While Monday's solar eclipse may be a sight to see, eye safety is very important when considering how you might watch the event.
Can't find glasses to safely watch the solar eclipse? Make your own pinhole projector with items you probably have in your house.
A group of Oklahoman's hasn't let their obstacles stop them, in fact, they're national champs.
NASA will use two specially-equipped jets to chase the solar eclipse across the central United States, getting a much better and longer view of it than is possible on the ground.
A Green Country school district is starting this school year with a new building to keep students safe during severe weather.
An NFL player and Tulsa native was charged today with domestic assault.
Whether you're a professional photographer or someone hoping to catch an Instagram picture with your phone, there is a safe way to take pictures of the solar eclipse.
A Durant man arrested for public intoxication and outstanding warrants could be facing new charges after a pipe bomb was found in his car.
A member of the Irish Mob pleads guilty for his role in a Rogers County murder that happened just over a year ago.
Jenks' new elementary school opened its doors for the first time Friday morning.
A Green Country woman believes a lit cigarette is to blame for catching her car on fire while she was driving.
The unveiling of the new name will happen Friday, August 18th at 6:15 p.m. at the Jenks Football Preview.
A Tulsa teenager is in Barcelona right now, not far from the terror attack that killed 14 people. She told her mother she was okay before her mom had the chance to worry.
Parents of a 15-year-old boy are angry and frustrated after a woman was charged with raping their son.
A 2-year-old boy who nearly drowned this summer in Jay is continuing to recover and is getting experimental treatment for his injury.
James Ray Vogel, 55, of Muskogee was indicted Thursday in the death of a woman whose remains were found in 1988 in a Northeast Oklahoma river.
A generous Tulsa woman is helping nearly 200 tenants from the tornado-damaged Remington Tower get "Back to Business."
A judge sentenced a distracted driver who killed an Owasso school teacher to a three-year prison sentence Friday.
The Rogers County Sheriff's Office is searching for car burglars targeting rural neighborhoods.
The Muskogee County District Attorney announced today that an officer's shooting of a knife-wielding man on Aug. 7 was legally justified.
Police said Rachel Auten was arrested for helping set up the prostitution and Katrina Hamilton was arrested for engaging in prostitution.
An Oklahoma Department of Corrections inmate is back in custody after being caught in a ‘Batmobile.’
The Wagoner County Sheriff’s Office hasn’t had an auction like this in almost 30 years.
President Trump has told senior aides that he's firing Steve Bannon as his White House strategist, The New York Times reported Friday.
A Tulsa church is targeted again by thieves and this time, someone made off with the church's air conditioning units.
It's back to school for Jenks Public Schools students Friday morning, and some of those students will be heading to a brand new building this school year.
Law enforcement officials tell CBS News there is intelligence that indicates the Barcelona attack that left 14 dead and more than 100 injured was more than just an ISIS-inspired attack.
The State Department says at least one American was killed and one injured in the attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils, Spain.
Governor Mary Fallin’s office has chosen to remain neutral in the controversy over monuments to the confederacy which has been rekindled in the wake of the deadly white supremacy rally in Charlottesville, VA. last Saturday.
Unexpected construction on 101st Street could cause a big traffic headache for parents of Jenks Middle School students going back to school Friday.
We are tracking a few scattered showers moving in from the west and dense fog settling in east of Tulsa Friday morning. A few showers can be expected across northern Green Country this morning.
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A report from the website NASA Watch says Oklahoma Congressman Jim Bridenstine may be the new head of NASA.
Police are looking for a man armed with a gun who robbed a Tulsa QuikTrip late Thursday.
Police are searching for the driver who broke a man's leg after he struck him near a Tulsa service station late Thursday.
Anthony Jacobson is an Oklahoma expatriate living in Barcelona as a tour guide. He was only a short walk from yesterday's attack.
At Highland East Junior High School, teachers, students and their parents will notice new safety upgrades before they even pull into the parking lot on the first day of school today.
Police in Spain say they have shot and killed five people south of Barcelona while carrying out an operation in response to a terrorist attack on Thursday.
A man is looking for a place to stay after a fire destroyed his Creek County home northwest of Sapulpa early Friday.
Cushing police are looking for two people who they said robbed a bank in the middle of the afternoon.
The Cherokee Nation is urging a federal judge to allow a tribal lawsuit against distributors and retailers of opioid medications to be litigated in the tribe’s own court.
Authorities say a Texas man has drowned while swimming in Broken Bow Lake in southeastern Oklahoma.
As storms brought torrential rain to the metro Tuesday, Oklahoma City firefighters at Station 16 near Southeast 66th and Byers happened be standing out back.