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A woman is recovering after Tulsa police say a driver hit her while she crossed the street on a motorized scooter.
Police said a woman stole a vehicle with a baby inside at a gas station near 36th Street North and Peoria.
Dwight Howard scored 23 points to help the Charlotte Hornets beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 116-103 on Monday night.
A former OKC mayor has caused a firestorm of controversy after his comments on homosexuality during an appearance on a local political TV show.
Coweta police are trying to figure out who vandalized several vehicles, slashing tires and keying a hate message into an officer's patrol car.
A Claremore mother and father were arrested for child abuse after a police officer said he saw a disturbing picture on a social media app.
Coweta Police are investigating after six vehicles were vandalized early Monday morning. One of the vehicles vandalized was a Coweta Police Department patrol car.
The Tulsa County Sheriff's Office is helping make sure a special delivery traveling from Oklahoma to Virginia arrives on time and before the holidays.
Police are looking for a suspect who stole more than two dozen handguns from a hunting goods store in northwest Oklahoma City.
A special House Investigative committee is trying to get to the bottom of millions of dollars in misspending by the Department of Health over at least six years.
New details have emerged from Sunday’s fatal officer-involved shooting in southeast Oklahoma City.
The Broken Arrow Police Department is using advanced technology to help with crime scene investigations.
Promise Hotels is building a five-story Holiday Inn Express in the Tulsa Arts District that overlooks ONEOK Field.
A 22-month-old boy died after officers said his mother's boyfriend slammed the child's head into a wall.
A concrete-pumping truck fell over in downtown Bartlesville Monday afternoon, according to police. It happened just before noon at the intersection of Johnstone and Frank Phillips Boulevard.
Tulsa-based QuikTrip is being sued for negligence.
More than 30 people were arrested in a warrant sweep of domestic violence cases across eastern Oklahoma.
One person was injured and two units were damaged in a Tulsa apartment fire.
Multiple fire departments responded to a grass fire in Copan that involved structures.
Colton Horton, a West Point Military Academy cadet and Tulsa native who was charged with the rape of a University of Tulsa student, was found not guilty Friday.
Tulsa Police need help locating two persons of interest in a Kum & Go burglary.
Tulsa Police need help identifying three people possibly connected to a stolen truck.
You'll make your holiday guests very happy if you serve them chocolate fondue. Here are two recipes from the Melting Pot - milk and white chocolate versions.
The Pentagon is allowing transgender people to enlist in the military beginning Jan. 1, despite President Donald Trump's opposition, CBS News confirms.
The National Weather Service has issued a Red Flag Warning for northeast Oklahoma from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. Monday.
A man detonated an improvised explosive device in an underground passageway at a major commuter hub in New York City Monday morning, officials said.
Claremore Police arrested a Claremore man and woman on a child abuse complaint after someone reported seeing a Snapchat photo of a small baby inside a mesh laundry bag.
A welfare check led to a deadly altercation Sunday night when police say a man attacked an officer checking on him
A Tulsa man is out of the Tulsa County jail on bond after Broken Arrow Police say they caught him driving at four times the legal limit for alcohol with two minor children in his SUV.
An Oklahoma House Special Investigation Committee will meet Monday with three state officials about allegations of financial mismanagement at the Oklahoma Department of Health.
Fewer than half of the 41 million potentially explosive air bag inflators made by Japanese company Takata have been replaced in the several years since the largest auto-safety recall in U.S. history.
The raging Thomas Fire triggered new evacuation orders Sunday for the Ventura-Santa Barbara county lines, authorities said.