McAlester Police said a woman stopped a home intruder by using a meat cleaver.
Candidates for Oklahoma governor took to the podium at a forum in north Tulsa on Tuesday.
The Oklahoma Education Association is giving the legislature an April 23 deadline to come up with a plan for raises, or teachers will strike.
Superintendents from across the state met Tuesday to discuss a possible school shut down.
A wagon belonging to an Icon in Norman has been replaced. 54-year-old Calvin Steves has been disabled since he was hit and nearly killed by a hit and run driver in the mid-1970’s.
As wildfires, fueled by strong winds, quickly grew out of control, hundreds of acres burned in Osage County. The flames came within feet of a family's home.
Okmulgee County school leaders and law enforcement come together to discuss the best methods of dealing with an active shooter situation.
Checotah Police are warning folks about a fundraising scam.
Tulsa Police Department's robbery unit says they want to arrest suspects, but can't because they've been waiting months for the warrants.
The Oklahoma Education Association has set a deadline for Oklahoma lawmakers to fund pay raises and education needs.
Washington County Emergency Management confirms seven departments fought a large wildfire near Highway 123 and CR 2075.
Wagoner City Hall confirmed high winds knocked down charred buildings from two fires since last summer.
Every patrol officer in Tulsa now has a body camera.
At a time when schools across the country are debating allowing trained teachers to carry guns in the classroom, one Green Country school has been doing it for years.
Police say an 11 year-old autistic boy who wears braces on his legs was found early Tuesday after being missing for almost 12 hours.
Tulsa Crime Stoppers celebrated the opening of its new space in the Promenade Mall.
The state House has passed a bill that would move the Veteran's Administration medical facility out of Talihina.
The Seminole Police Department is searching for an escaped prisoner.
The widow of one of the Quinton gas rig explosion victims has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the drilling companies operating Rig 219 when it exploded in January.
Police in Miami are investigating after thieves targeted a historic Route 66 gas station.
Tulsa Police hope the public can help them identify a person of interested connected to a larceny.
Claremore Police are investigating after they say a 4-month-old baby was badly bitten by a family dog overnight.
The last survivor of the Tulsa Race Riots has died. Hazel Smith was born in 1919, two years before the riots in 1921.
The Tulsa Edison Preparatory School vocal music department is holding "The 1940's Radio Hour" this coming weekend. The show in the school's auditorium is March 8th and 9th at 7:00 p.m. and on March 10th at 2:30 p.m.
South Korea said Tuesday that North Korea had agreed to impose a moratorium on tests of nuclear weapons and missiles if it holds talks with the United States.
Police are searching for two men who robbed two people during a home invasion in east Tulsa early Tuesday.
The murder trial against a bail bondsman is set to begin this week in Stillwater.
Very strong northwest winds are expected again across the area today. Winds may gust from 30 to near 50 mph creating a very high fire spread across the state and wind advisories will be likely.
Oklahomans are being hit hard right now with allergies. The main cause is cedar pollen, leaving many folks itching and sneezing.
The widow of one of the men killed in January's gas rig explosion is suing for damages.
More and more teenagers have been trying e-cigarettes in recent years. Now, a new study shows adolescents who use them are exposed to significant levels of chemicals that could potentially cause cancer.
Police arrested a Sand Springs man in connection to child sexual abuse case.