- Cherokee Nation councilor candidates headed to runoff Updated: Jul-03-15 6:58 pm
TAHLEQUAH, Oklahoma - A recount supervised by the Cherokee Nation Supreme Court has finalized the candidates in a runoff election.
- State auditor investigating Wagoner County Sheriff's Office Updated: Jul-03-15 1:35 pm
WAGONER, Oklahoma - The Wagoner County Sheriff's Office is being investigated for improper use of public funds after a three-year countywide audit brought up concerns, according to officials from the Oklahoma State Auditor and Inspector's Office.
- Oklahoma City officials seize 41 cattle from owner Updated: Jul-03-15 11:41 am
OKLAHOMA CITY - An Oklahoma City official says more than three dozen cows and calves have been seized after the owner failed to comply with ordinances designed to prevent animal cruelty.
- 3rd case of West Nile virus confirmed in Oklahoma Updated: Jul-03-15 10:05 am
OKLAHOMA CITY - The Oklahoma State Department of Health says a third case of West Nile virus this year has been confirmed in the state.
- Man dies after being shot at Tulsa car wash Updated: Jul-03-15 9:16 am
TULSA, Oklahoma - Police in Tulsa say a 28-year-old man has died after being shot at a car wash on the city's north side.
- Police investigating fatal shooting at Tulsa car wash Updated: Jul-03-15 6:28 am
TULSA, Oklahoma - A man has died after a shooting at a north Tulsa car wash.
- Oklahoma court to look at blocking Tulsa grand jury probe Updated: Jul-02-15 9:51 pm
The Oklahoma Supreme Court said Thursday it will consider whether to stop a grand jury investigation into an embattled sheriff whose longtime friend and volunteer deputy fatally shot an unarmed man.
- School district defends proposed discipline plan Updated: Jul-02-15 6:19 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - A revised code of conduct proposed by the Oklahoma City school district is being heavily criticized by the teachers union.
- Tulsa man paralyzed by security guard dies Updated: Jul-02-15 5:17 pm
TULSA, Oklahoma - A 21-year-old Tulsa man who was shot by a security guard at an apartment complex in February has died, family members confirmed Wednesday.
- Fraternity tied to racist chant hires diversity director Updated: Jul-02-15 5:09 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - The fraternity connected to a racist video featuring University of Oklahoma students that surfaced this spring announced Thursday that it has hired a director of diversity and inclusion.
- Federal officials OK disaster aid for more Oklahoma counties Updated: Jul-02-15 5:06 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - The federal government has approved disaster assistance for nine more Oklahoma counties following a series of severe storms.
- 1 dead in shooting in northeast Oklahoma City Updated: Jul-02-15 3:44 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - Oklahoma City police say a 30-year-old man was killed in a shooting on the city's northeast side.
- Oklahoma governor appoints prosecutor as district judge Updated: Jul-02-15 12:52 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - Gov. Mary Fallin today has appointed a state prosecutor as district judge for Garvin and McClain counties.
- Alfalfa County Commissioner Murrow and wife are arrested Updated: Jul-02-15 10:56 am
CHEROKEE, Oklahoma - The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation has arrested Alfalfa County Commissioner Doug Murrow and his wife on drug and weapons charges.
- Man dead, woman in custody after shooting in Lawton Updated: Jul-02-15 9:23 am
LAWTON, Oklahoma - Police in Lawton say a man is dead and a woman is in custody following a shooting on the city's northwest side.
- Man sought in Tulsa motel shooting arrested in Chicago Updated: Jul-02-15 6:46 am
CHICAGO - A suspect sought in a man's killing at a Tulsa party has been arrested in Chicago.
- Oklahoma attorney general challenges EPA's clean-air plan Updated: Jul-01-15 9:22 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - A plan by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to reduce emissions from coal-fired power plants would threaten the reliability and affordability of electricity and cause substantial economic injury to the state, Attorney General Scott Pruitt claims in a federal lawsuit filed Wednesday.
- Shock's Skylar Diggins out for season with torn ACL Updated: Jul-01-15 6:45 pm
TULSA, Oklahoma - Shock guard Skylar Diggins will miss the remainder of the season after tearing her right anterior cruciate ligament.
- House Republicans seek vote after 10 Commandments ruling Updated: Jul-01-15 6:38 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - Speaker of the House Jeff Hickman is joining the growing chorus of Republican legislators demanding action after the Supreme Court's decision to order the Ten Commandments monument removed from the Capitol grounds.
- Cherokee chief hopes to focus on health care, jobs Updated: Jul-01-15 6:27 pm
TULSA, Oklahoma - After coasting to an easy victory in the race for principal chief of the Cherokee Nation, Bill John Baker said he hopes to strengthen the changes he made during his first four years in office, including increasing access to health care and creating more jobs.
- Senate Democrats elect Norman's Sparks to head caucus Updated: Jul-01-15 5:49 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - State Sen. John Sparks of Norman is taking over as leader of the Democratic Caucus in the Oklahoma Senate.
- 2014 Oklahoma Crime Report shows crime dropped in the state Updated: Jul-01-15 5:14 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation says crime is declining in the state.
- New Oklahoma laws target gun safety, ridesharing programs Updated: Jul-01-15 4:57 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - Dozens of new laws went into effect Wednesday in Oklahoma, including one that sets up regulations for ridesharing programs such as Uber and Lyft and another that requires courts to report certain information for background checks on gun buyers.
- Tahlequah police ID officer who fatally shot armed man Updated: Jul-01-15 4:01 pm
TAHLEQUAH, Oklahoma - An armed man who was fatally shot by a police officer over the weekend refused to drop his weapon and pointed it multiple times at the officer, according to Tahlequah Police Chief Nate King.
- Experts say new rules could help 4 tribes in Oklahoma Updated: Jul-01-15 3:14 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - Experts say that new U.S. Department of Interior regulations may benefit four tribes in Oklahoma in their efforts for federal recognition.