With temperatures in the 90s for the opening weekend at Safari Joe’s H2O water park, part of the park was shut down.
The hero who stopped the gunman who opened fire on patrons at Louies Grill and Bar at Lake Hefner says he simply wanted to help.
After shots were fired at Louie’s Thursday evening, Bridget Cunningham said she saw lots people inside Louie's get down on the floor. And she bolted for the bathroom.
A motorist says someone threw a rock that hit her windshield Sunday night.
Rogers County prosecutors have charged a Claremore couple with child abuse.
Some Bixby residents are pushing back against a project that would bring huge power lines to their properties.
Two dogs were rescued from a house fire in Tulsa.
A mother and her child were injured when a car drove into a Broken Arrow library.
Before Alexander Tilghman opened fire at Louie’s Grill and Bar on Lake Hefner, he was licensed as an armed security officer receiving the same kind of training and background checks as most police officers in the state receive.
Starting Tuesday, some people arrested for public intoxication in Tulsa will have another option, besides the Tulsa County Jail: the Tulsa Sobering Center located at 6333 East Skelly Drive.
Oklahoma is gearing up for the first year of its Industrial Hemp Pilot Program to study the newly legalized crop, but in a surprise move, the state’s largest agricultural school announced it will not participate right now.
With the loss of high school junior Avery Shannon in an off-roading incident this weekend, the Jenks community is left dealing with yet another heartbreaking tragedy.
Tulsa Police arrested a man accused of raping a woman inside an east Tulsa storage unit he’d been living in.
In the next two weeks, Tulsa's first climbing gym will open its doors to the public.
TPD has released body camera video of a chase turned manhunt that ended with one man behind bars.
Surveillance cameras captured the moment a chase between a car and an SUV turned into a crash, then a shooting.
Ten Oklahoma cyclists are getting ready for a nearly 1,000-mile journey retracing the Northern Trail of Tears.
The Tulsa Zoo is adding three warthogs to their African grassland habitat, making them the newest species at the Mary K. Chapman Rhino Reserve.
A 21-year-old graduate from Tulsa Welding School was shot and killed over the holiday weekend in Indianapolis.
The Muskogee County Sheriff's Office is looking for an inmate they say escaped from Jess Dunn Correctional Facility Tuesday.
Zachary Allen Hayes of Muskogee was booked on complaints of lewd proposal to a child, soliciting a minor for indecent photos and using technology to engage in sexual communications with a minor.
An Oklahoma man is moving to a new jail after Carter County officials arrested him on a first-degree murder charge Friday.
St John is throwing a street party to celebrate 25 years, and we have an early look at what you can expect to see.
Stellar ratings and an apology weren't enough to mitigate Roseanne Barr's racist comments, and now ABC is pulling the plug on "Roseanne."
Tulsa Police are looking for Justin Render. He’s accused of first-degree murder in connection with the death of Jeremy Woodfork.
Police are searching for five people who were involved in a chase Monday night which ended with an innocent bystander getting shot.
Grief counselors will available at Jenks High School Tuesday after a deadly Delaware County crash Friday, May 25th which killed a 17-year old student.
Local authorities are asking for the public's help to locate a missing teenager out of Mustang.
Wireless industry's 5G service is supposed to be up to 100 times faster than current data speeds, but it requires cellphone tower equipment to be closer to users than before. Some homeowners are concerned.
Hey kids, grab your fishing pole and join Lacey Swope and Tess Maune for Take Me Fishing Day at four area ponds Saturday, June 2, 2018.
Domestic Violence Intervention Services in Tulsa is asking for pledges for its upcoming fundraiser at ONEOK Field called "Knock Out Violence."
A highly decorated Marine who was pictured in an iconic battle photo is retiring after nearly 34 years.
For years, law enforcement has been warning citizens to say something, if they see something out of the ordinary.
Police say no one was injured when someone fired shots into a home in the 6000 block of South Newport Tuesday morning.
The University of Arkansas, Oral Roberts University, Oklahoma State University and University of Oklahoma will compete in the NCAA baseball tournament.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol believes unsafe speed resulted in an ATV crash that injured two Tulsa men Monday afternoon in Delaware County.
Knock Out Violence – Day At The Ballpark
Starbucks, trying to put to rest an outcry over the arrest of two black men at one of its stores, is closing more than 8,000 stores Tuesday afternoon for anti-bias training, a strategy some believe can keep racism at bay.
We’re in the running for another storm complex that may move across part of northern Oklahoma later tonight into Wednesday morning before the mid-level ridge nudges northward for the end of the week.
The kind act of a Shawnee Firefighter is drawing attention in Pottawatomie County.