- Dodgers place Van Slyke on 15-day DL with back inflammation Updated: Jun-03-15 1:38 am
DENVER - The Los Angeles Dodgers placed outfielder Scott Van Slyke on the 15-day disabled list with back inflammation before Tuesday's doubleheader with the Colorado Rockies.
- Official: Oklahoma storm damage may reach $200 million Updated: Jun-02-15 7:01 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - Damage from severe storms that dropped historic levels of rainfall and spawned tornadoes and flooding across Oklahoma could reach $200 million, the state's emergency management director said Tuesday.
- Police: Oklahoma mother mailed drugs to jail inside of Bible Updated: Jun-02-15 11:40 am
OKLAHOMA CITY - An Oklahoma mother has joined her adult son in county jail after authorities say she tried to mail him marijuana hidden in a Bible while he was incarcerated.
- Women's softball grows as exposure, crowds increase Updated: Jun-01-15 9:56 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - Carol Hutchins remembers what coaching college softball was like when she began her run at Michigan three decades ago.
- Judge rules in favor of state agency in girl's 2011 death Updated: Jun-01-15 4:34 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - A judge has ruled that the Oklahoma Department of Human Services wasn't liable in the 2011 death of a 5-year-old girl killed by her father less than a month after the state put her in his care.
- Auburn beats Tennessee, gets first-ever WCWS win Updated: May-30-15 4:51 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - Auburn made the kind of history Saturday it hired coach Clint Myers for.
- Oklahoma Democrats elect attorney as new party chairman Updated: May-30-15 4:47 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - An Oklahoma City attorney has been elected the new chairman of the Oklahoma Democratic Party.
- Oklahoma attorney general files elderly exploitation charges Updated: May-29-15 10:57 am
OKLAHOMA CITY - The Oklahoma attorney general's office has accused a nursing home worker of misappropriating money intended for three of the home's elderly residents.
- Oklahoma Sen. Lankford to speak at naturalization ceremony Updated: May-29-15 3:16 am
OKLAHOMA CITY - Oklahoma Sen. James Lankford is in Oklahoma City to welcome some of the state's newest American citizens.
- Big 12 future sites familiar for basketball, baseball Updated: May-28-15 9:18 pm
IRVING, Texas - The Big 12 is keeping its men's basketball tournament in Kansas City through at least 2020, and the conference plans play the baseball and for women's basketball tournaments in Oklahoma City for multiple years.
- Pitcher Lauren Haeger hits HR, Florida tops Tennessee 7-2 Updated: May-28-15 5:42 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - Pitcher Lauren Haeger outhit Tennessee all by herself.
- Oklahoma governor signs American Indian Museum legislation Updated: May-28-15 4:39 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - Gov. Mary Fallin signed off Thursday on $25 million in bonds to complete the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum, clearing the last major hurdle toward the completion of the long-unfinished project, according to its backers.
- Man dies in Oklahoma City police custody after arrest Updated: May-28-15 2:41 am
OKLAHOMA CITY - Oklahoma City police are investigating how a man died in their custody after being arrested for allegedly breaking into vehicles.
- Federal arbitrator clears records of Oklahoma police officer Updated: May-26-15 2:54 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - A federal arbitrator has cleared the record of an Oklahoma City police officer who was reprimanded and placed on administrative leave following accusations he leaked information to a criminal defense attorney.
- Oklahoma Museum of Popular Culture closer to reality Updated: May-23-15 10:38 am
TULSA, Oklahoma - State historians will finally have a space to display some of the 100,000 artifacts they've collected to help tell the story of Oklahoma's contributions to popular culture.
- Legislature approves $7.1 billion state budget, ends early Updated: May-22-15 7:36 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - The Oklahoma Legislature wrapped up work on a $7.1 billion budget and approved a bond issue for a pop culture museum in Tulsa on Friday before ending the 2015 legislative session one week early.
- Red Wolves is chosen as new mascot for Capitol Hill Updated: May-22-15 4:17 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - Red Wolves has been chosen to replace Redskins as the mascot of Oklahoma City's Capitol Hill High School.
- Senate OKs $25M bond plan to complete Oklahoma Indian museum Updated: May-21-15 6:16 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - A planned Native American museum that has become a hulking shell along the banks of the Oklahoma River near downtown Oklahoma City received a $25 million infusion from the Legislature on Thursday, which is designed to push the decades-old project to completion.
- On cusp of White House bid, Santorum makes populist pitch Updated: May-21-15 5:08 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - Rick Santorum says he will announce his 2016 presidential intentions May 27 at a Pennsylvania factory.
- Police: Oklahoma boy dies from abuse suffered in 2005 Updated: May-21-15 2:42 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - Police say an Oklahoma couple imprisoned for the abuse of their infant son in 2005 could face new charges following the death of the boy, who spent his life in a long-term care facility.
- Oklahoma GOP roiled by infighting as conference looms Updated: May-20-15 8:04 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - As Republicans prepare for some of the party's biggest names to descend on Oklahoma for the Southern Republican Leadership Conference, the state party is being rocked by infighting over its new chairman's decision to retain a staffer who pleaded guilty to a domestic violence charge.
- Death penalty sought against man accused in 2009 killings Updated: May-20-15 5:17 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - Prosecutors say they'll seek the death penalty against a man accused in the 2009 deaths of a drug dealer and three women in Oklahoma City.
- No charges in demolition contracts of Tar Creek site Updated: May-19-15 4:41 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - Charges won't be filed against members of a public board after an apparent low bidder was passed over for demolition work on the Tar Creek Superfund cleanup site.
- Oklahoma City police arrest 16 in prostitution investigation Updated: May-19-15 1:44 am
OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma - Sixteen people have been arrested by Oklahoma City police as a result of an investigation into human trafficking.
- Tax relief offered for property owners affected by storms Updated: May-18-15 5:23 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - The Oklahoma County assessor's office said it will offer businesses and homeowners some relief on their property taxes following the May 6 storms, which caused nearly $7 million in damage.