The superintendent of the Bixby School District announced his resignation and retirement at a special meeting of the Bixby Public School’s Board Tuesday.
The City of Broken Arrow has released the results of a survey asking residents what the city does right and what can be done better.
A total of 399 families have moved into a Tulsa "Habitat for Humanity" home.
Cold case investigators got a search warrant Tuesday in the 1998 Dena Dean murder case.
A man convicted of raping a woman in a wheelchair will spend the rest of his life in prison.
Police arrested a man for shooting and killing another. Investigators said the bad blood between the victim and the suspect goes back years.
This year, the group 100 Black Men of Tulsa wants to focus it’s mentoring of young people more on education rather than athletics.
Customers at the OK Barber Shop in Collinsville will have to find a new place to get a haircut.
Thieves trashed Tulsa's VFW Post near downtown and stole sentimental items a week before Christmas.
Bixby Public School's Board of Education is meeting Tuesday evening to discuss the employment status of it's superintendent, Dr. Kyle Wood.
The House will revote on the bill it passed to much fanfare Tuesday afternoon, fearing procedural violations in the version it already passed.
The Meals on Wheels program is dedicated to making sure no senior citizen is left hungry or alone.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol released the name of a man they said led several departments on a high-speed chase Tuesday morning.
The Oklahoma Supreme Court has ruled that a new drunken-driving law that created a new program for first-time DUI offenders and abolished the appeals process for those trying to keep their licenses after a DUI arrest is unconstitutional.
Pryor Creek Police are warning residents of a new phone scam in the area.
Prosecutors have charged a 22-year-old Bixby substitute teacher with three counts of lewd proposals to a child and one count for soliciting a minor for indecent exposure.
The FBI and the federal Department of Health and Human Services will join state authorities in investigating the Oklahoma Health Department, it was announced Tuesday.
Police arrest a 43-year-old Tulsa man on a second-degree murder complaint following a Monday fatal shooting.
Activists opposed to using animals for food or other products are using a "Vegan Batman Light" to get their point across in the Tulsa area.
Dr. Scott Cyrus talks about travel preparations when you're going with kids.
A missing Okmulgee County woman has been located safely, the Okmulgee County Sheriff's Office said. Leona Hill was located at 10 a.m. on December 19.
A California woman died after going into cardiac arrest while driving in Okfuskee County Monday evening, December 18, according to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
A group of Cherokee County children are working to make a difference and they want everyone to join their movement. "Be The Light" was organized by Reaching Our Hulbert Community, which is a youth outreach program.
Deputies are looking for two men they say tied up and robbed a gas station clerk near Checotah over the weekend.
A sizable earthquake was recorded Tuesday morning in northwest Oklahoma, the U.S. Geological Survey reported.
Things appear on track regarding the next system arriving later this afternoon and tonight with some rain chances followed by a warm-up before a major pattern change brings frigid weather back to the state.
Police say a driver crashed early Tuesday, knocking out power to several Tulsa homes.
Federal officials confirmed an Amtrak train was hurtling 50 mph over the speed limit when it careened off an overpass south of Seattle, spilling cars onto the highway below and killing at least three people.
Some Tulsa Public School students showed off their musical talent Monday.
Crews trying to corral Southern California's enormous wildfire hope to take advantage of a two-day window of calmer winds before potentially dangerous gusts return at mid-week, officials said Monday.
Deputies say a suspected porch pirate is now in the Pittsburg County jail. A McAlester homeowner posted security video showing a man taking packages from his home.
President Trump could be signing massive tax cuts by midweek. There are now few obstacles standing between the $1.46 trillion tax plan and final passage.
Hundreds of people showed up at Chickasha's school board meeting looking for answers in the wake of the suspensions of five district employees.
An Edmond woman is speaking out, hoping you can learn from her misfortune that cost her hundreds of thousands of dollars.