Bartlesville police have arrested three people in a man's shooting death.
Tulsa Police released three names on the most wanted list.
After months of debate, the Tulsa Public School Board voted to change the name of Lee School.
Broken Arrow police are investigating a reported attempted kidnapping after a man says he believes someone tried to take his child.
The National Weather Service office in Tulsa confirms two tornadoes touched down in Green Country on Sunday.
A couple of families who were told to leave their apartments after speaking out about maintenance issues are now in new homes and say they are grateful for those who came forward to help.
A man who nearly drowned at Grand Lake on Monday is awake and talking, but remains in a Grove hospital.
After thousands of acres were torched as wildfires destroyed Dewey County, federal relief is on the way. Local USDA officials confirm $12.5 million has recently entered the county to help with repairs.
A Rogers County woman faced off with a suspected burglar and held her own.
With just eight days until the runoff election, Republican candidate for governor Mick Cornett is logging more miles and talking about ways to expand business in Oklahoma.
Just in time for the start of classes, Sand Springs schools now have some extra protection.
Beer distributors are now warning stores to get moving on their applications to sell strong beer and wine.
Ball and dice games are officially happening in Oklahoma. The Hard Rock Hotel and Casino was first to open the tables to the public on Monday.
The Tulsa Public School Board is set to vote to rename Lee School at its board meeting Monday night.
With recent efforts to keep non-violent criminals out of prison, law enforcement is left frustrated by repeat offenders.
The candidates in the Republican runoff race for governor launched new ads Monday, criticizing each other. The ads are new, but the claims are not.
A Sand Springs man describes the moment he knew someone broke into his house and stole thousands of dollars worth of guns, ammo, and electronics.
A post on a neighbors social media page caused confusion about a possible abduction in Broken Arrow..
A new Tulsa business is giving people an opportunity to take out some pent-up energy on inanimate objects.
A Tulsa teen pleaded not guilty to more than 20 charges Monday including first-degree murder, first-degree rape and kidnapping.
Broken Arrow police are asking for the public’s help identifying persons of interest in recent crimes across the city.
Just over a week away from the primary run-off elections and the race on the Republican side is neck-and-neck.
Monday, Oklahoma Secretary of State James Williamson announced the ‘Green The Vote’ initiative to add State Question 797 to the ballot failed to reach enough signatures.
Angela Parris of Weight Watcher stopped in the Cooking Corner with a recipe for mac and cheese doughnuts.
A Sunday night vehicle burglary turns into an early Monday chase that ends with Tulsa Police arresting three people.
City crews are working to repair a stretch of Yale near the AMC theater after the road bucked during Sunday’s severe weather.
The Associated Press released its Top 25 preseason poll for the 2018 season Monday morning.
Tulsa police are still looking for two young men who they say ran off after crashing a stolen van.
Drivers could soon be seeing less guardrails on the side of the highway.
Superintendent Dr. Deborah Gist visited 6 In The Morning Monday to talk about the upcoming 2018-19 school year.
U.S. oil giant ConocoPhillips says it has reached an agreement with Venezuela's state-owned oil company to recover nearly $2 billion it was awarded as part of a decade-old expropriation dispute.
Summer is over for hundreds of students in Tulsa Union Public Schools as they head back to class today.
Police say one person was killed and another wounded when a woman opened fire inside a food distribution business early Monday.
Police arrest a Sperry man on complaints of possessing homemade explosives, Meth and terrorism following a search of his home early Sunday.
"Dry Gulch USA" and "The Christmas Train" are now under new ownership. Tulsa's Church On The Move announced the sale during its services on Sunday, August 19th.
Frontier Airlines confirms one of its pilots has been suspended pending an investigation for his role in the violent threats made towards a transgender teen in Achille, Oklahoma.
The main upper level low responsible for the active weather yesterday will finally pinwheel away from the state later this afternoon and evening bringing very pleasant conditions into northeast Oklahoma Tuesday.
Police say a man was hit and killed while riding his motorcycle in Bartlesville on Saturday, August 18th.
A jewelry heist here in the metro has left a shop owner with a hole in their ceiling, and an empty inventory.
Just Between Friends - August 19th-25th at Tulsa Expo Square