It's been a little over two weeks since two people were killed and two others seriously injured in a head-on crash on NE 23rd Street near Bryant in Oklahoma City.
The Oklahoma City Police Department is trying to help the homeless and curb the amount of vacant house fires across the city.
Millions of Americans are traveling this holiday week for Thanksgiving. AAA is predicting the number to be the most in over a decade.
The ACLU will take a lawsuit to federal court over panhandling, Monday.
In today's Oklahoma Business report, Black Friday is just one week away and local vendors are ready for crowds.
Crews were called to the scene of an accident involving a semi and a truck near McLoud, Thursday morning.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol is hoping to save time and better protect troopers with the addition of a new software.
Tonight Edmond city officials will be discussing the former Coffee Creek Golf Course.
The Edmond City Council will consider a rezoning request for the Coffee Creek Golf Course, but many residents are still not happy about the potential redevelopment.
One survivor of a fatal head-on collision that happened last Monday, is still recovering in the hospital.
A major project that closed a portion of Main St. in Norman is almost complete.
The big Bedlam game is this weekend and OU and OSU fans alike will flood the streets of Norman.
It’s been about week since a man admitted to watching residents in at least two metro homes through hidden cameras.
The Nichols Hills Police Department is warning homeowners to be careful about who they let in their homes.
Police said one person was transported to the hospital after a home invasion in northeast Oklahoma City.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol responded to two serious crashes on I-40 overnight.
Organizers are planning a teachers rally at the state capitol this Saturday.
Tuesday night Pauls Valley will hold the first council meeting since the city-owned hospital closed.
One person was arrested after an overnight pursuit near south May Avenue and Reno Avenue.
The Midwest City Fire Department has unveiled a new fire safety tool that marks a first for the state.
Fire crews are battling a house fire in Del City.
Oklahoma City police are investigating an armed robbery in the 11000 block of North I-35 Service Road.
The Texas Department of Transportation has completed their report on a crash that involved a Norman Public School bus.
The Luther School District has officially welcomed the first School Resource Officer.
One St. Mary’s Episcopal student in Edmond earned a free pizza party and got a letter all the way from a pizza company CEO.
A shooting on the northwest side sent one person to the hospital with critical injuries overnight.
Today a bipartisan group of lawmakers will consider several topics on medical marijuana.
Chaz Davis has been selling magazines for Curbside Chronicle for over 3 years.
A Norman Elementary School field trip ended abruptly when a bus full of students rolled over Saturday afternoon.
This week, the Mustang School District helped give a special gift to two of their students.
Oklahoma City fire crews battled an early morning fire in northwest Oklahoma City.
An emergency is unfolding at the Oklahoma County jail in Downtown Oklahoma City, Sunday night.
This week the “Meet Your Army” initiative arrived in the Oklahoma City metro.
One person is in custody and several others are hurt after a pursuit that ended in a pair of crashes.
Oklahoma City police responded to two deadly accidents on the same street in northwest Oklahoma City, Tuesday night.
One local school district is working to become more aware of child trauma.
The Salvation Army is already getting ready for Christmas... but the organization is hoping to get some some community support.
The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals has been asked to decide whether a sheriff will go to trial over the death of an inmate in 2016.
One person is dead after being hit by a car in northeast Oklahoma City.
A police standoff that lasted several hours finally ends peacefully-- with an arrest near NW 164th and Council.
Officials are investigating a shooting after a man was discovered with gunshot wounds near the Dallas Junction.
A main road in Norman is still closed after a bridge was washed out.
College football officially kicks off in Stillwater, Thursday.
Just one week after that stabbing, the town board of Luther will consider adding a school resource officer to their force.
The school year just started and already metro districts are dealing with threats.
Drivers could soon be seeing less guardrails on the side of the highway.
Luther High School students return to class this morning -- just 24 hours after a freshman was stabbed at a school assembly.
Part of a main road in Norman is closed and has completely buckled after overnight storms.
Many students across the country will at least do lock-down drills practicing how to stay safe in dangerous situations.
A majority of area students head back to the classroom this week, but will your child walk in the door with a cell phone?
A major balloon festival will take flight in Oklahoma this weekend.
Del City police were involved in a pursuit of a suspect early Friday morning.
The Department of Health now has yet another problem when it comes to the medical marijuana program.
An overnight shooting sent one person to the hospital in northeast Oklahoma City.
A woman was taken to the hospital after being hit by a car overnight.
Today the Oklahoma medical marijuana program will mark a major milestone.
There's a special meeting Wednesday to discuss possible disciplinary action against the Executive Director of the State Board of Pharmacy.
One of News 9's interns was formally declared a hero.
A number of fertility clinics across the country have faced backlash after losing thousands of patients' eggs and embryos.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health application information and instructions will be available on July 26 for medical marijuana.