There were hugs, kisses and a lot of tears as families welcomed home their heroes just in time for Thanksgiving.
The governor will announce next week when she will call legislators back into a second special session to bridge a $110 million budget gap after she vetoed much of the budget plan they presented.
A Coweta man accused of impersonating an officer turned himself into police Wednesday after Wagoner County deputies found an array of police materials in his home.
State agents are investigating an assault at the Okmulgee County Jail.
Oklahoma plans to start scanning car tags to determine which drivers don't have insurance.
Home for the holidays — that's the goal this year for the Humane Society of Tulsa.
A woman who was arrested after a police chase Tuesday is the same woman who tried to ram her vehicle into the security gates at the Air National Guard last year, police say.
Firefighters said a 69-year-old woman helped save lives during an arson at a Tulsa apartment complex.
The Governor’s order to consolidate some school districts is getting big push back from educators.
A semi rolled over on Interstate 44, causing a huge traffic backup.
A Tulsa County judge dismissed a rape charge against a former TU soccer player.
Michael Umfleet started the Secret Gardens Candle Company almost 30 years ago, and the holiday season always keeps him busy.
A Green Country holiday tradition kicks off Wednesday night as Rhema Bible Church switches on more than two million lights.
Cherry Street in Tulsa is seeing a lot of changes as new restaurants are opening and some long-time businesses are expanding.
Scammers are trying to get money out of people in Rogers County with a phone scam.
One person is behind bars for the break-in at the state fire marshal's office in Oklahoma City.
A man chasing his own stolen pickup crashed into a fence and other vehicles in Tulsa Wednesday afternoon.
A Tulsa County judge is planning to perform two big marriage ceremonies on New Year’s Eve.
The Cherokee County Sheriff's Office in Tahlequah is asking for the public's help in identifying some people of interest in recent game camera thefts.
For a great last minute Thanksgiving side dish, try these maple cinnamon roasted sweet potatoes.
Hundreds of people in Green Country are passing through Tulsa International Airport for one of the busiest travel weeks of the year.
An appeals judge is telling Nowata County to re-sentence a man convicted of burglary and rape and sentenced to life without the chance of parole.
The state medical examiner released toxicology results that give new information about the deaths of five Northeastern State University students.
Police say a crash at 111th Street South between Memorial and Sheridan is fatal.
A sports doctor accused of molesting several girls while working for USA Gymnastics and Michigan State University pleaded guilty to seven charges of criminal sexual conduct on Wednesday.
A woman was arrested on a complaint of knowingly intending to transfer HIV after a Broken Arrow raid on a massage parlor.
Nitro, a K9 officer in Alabama, works out with his fellow officers.
Firefighters say two people are in the hospital after their truck struck a train near 19th and Jackson Tuesday.
Tulsa International Airport with some easy ways to make your travel times a little faster if you're flying out for Thanksgiving.
A United States Navy aircraft with 11 people on board crashed into the ocean southeast of Okinawa. Eight have been found and are in good shape, the Navy said.
Tulsa apartment residents called Tulsa firefighters after noticing an electrical smell in an apartment early Wednesday morning.
Highway patrol troopers are out in full-force as the Thanksgiving travel rush gets underway.
There's still no budget solution at the state capitol, and the governor is now coming up with her own solution to save the state money.
Thanksgiving shopping is coming up soon! If you're also on the hunt for those doorbusters, you need to ask one important question: What stores will be open?
The state medical examiner's office is working to identify two bodies found in a McIntosh County ditch about 7 miles east of Henryetta.
Most of northeastern Oklahoma will see morning lows around 25 to 28 with slightly lower temps in the valley spots.
Governor Mary Fallin announced multiple executive orders, one of which targets consolidation of administrators in Oklahoma schools.
The Big 12 Conference announced a public reprimand of Kansas football's Joe Dineen, Dorance Armstrong Jr., Jeremiah Booker, and Daniel Wise for refusing to shake hands with Baker Mayfield.