A man is in custody after a short manhunt after an attempted burglary.
A woman surprised a burglar trying to get into her home near Coweta Friday morning, sparking a manhunt in the woods nearby.
Police are investigating a crash in Broken Arrow that left two people dead.
Workers at the Montgomery County courthouse across the state line in Independence have a mess on their hands.
The LGBTQ community is fired up over a religious freedom bill filed at the last minute.
The Oilton mayor is no longer on the jail roster after OSBI agents arrested him on charges of embezzlement and receiving kickbacks.
Tulsa police have a suspect in custody after an armed robbery and shooting in east Tulsa.
Highway 169 is back open in Owasso following a multi-car crash near 76th Street North.
The Governor is threatening to pull funding from police departments and sheriff's offices if they don't find out how many untested rape kits they have.
This past Saturday at the Reynolds Center, TU basketball had a sold-out crowd, but it was clear a lot of butts in the seats came from Wichita.
Late Friday evening, Gov. Mary Fallin issued a press release setting the agenda for state lawmakers in the second special session.
Police in Muskogee hope the amount of counterfeit money circulating around town will go down after officers arrest a man who they suspect was making it.
A Rogers County father says his son is a good boy who's had a hard life, but family members tell News On 6 that the man is an unfit father.
A group of 6th graders in Jenks got the chance to tell their stories of immigrating to the United States.
A Broken Arrow compounding pharmacist is using his training to produce a line of all-natural men's grooming products and something that might knock down your flu symptoms.
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation arrested the mayor of Oilton.
They say sales are up, now that they're no longer required to give a specific percentage of proceeds to schools.
An impromptu dodgeball game gone awry Tuesday afternoon landed a Ninnekah Middle School physical education teacher in hot water.
Crews are wrapping up the second day of repairs near 21st and Peoria after several water line breaks buckled the street this week.
Police think the man who robbed a Sonic Tuesday evening is the same man who robbed Sassy's ten days earlier.
A car plowed into a Bixby restaurant Friday, just days after it reopened after a water line broke and flooded it.
Muskogee Police say they busted a counterfeit money and check operation.
A Lincoln County judge orders a psychological evaluation for a 13-year-old boy charged with first-degree murder in the killing of a 10-year-old boy last year.
More lanes of Peoria will be closed near the area that was closed by a waterline break.
Firefighters say three units in a Broken Arrow condo building were damaged early Friday.
Police are looking for two men they say robbed another man early Friday.
Wyandotte Public Schools reopen for the first time since a fire destroyed most of the district's buses earlier this month.
The mother of two Rogers County brothers convicted in a deadly hit-and-run is asking a judge to let her change her plea.
Journey and Def Leppard are teaming up with a 58-city tour which includes a stop in Tulsa. The two rock groups have announced their North American tour and on July 9th, they will be in concert at the BOK Center.
Another young deer is safe after being rescued from a frozen pond near McAlester. It was more than just saving a deer, it was also an opportunity for Pittsburg County's water rescue team to train for situations that could one day involve a person.
The warming trend is underway with yesterday’s readings topping out in the upper 40s. Most locations will reach the mid or even upper 50s across eastern Oklahoma today, which is above most of the model guidance.
Christmas may be long gone but the spirit of giving is still very much alive in Green Country. On Thursday, the Tulsa Christmas Parade committee presented Soldier's Wish with a check for $5,000.
Jenks Public Schools
The House on Thursday passed a GOP-backed short-term spending bill that would fund the government through Feb. 16. T
Investigators are trying to determine caused a fire at a closed Tulsa business Thursday evening.
Four people are in the Tulsa County jail for outstanding felony warrants after police say officers responded to what they are called a "bogus shooting" call at a Tulsa home.
Creek Nation Lighthorse officers cancel Silver Alert issued Thursday afternoon for a man last seen in Tulsa