The University of Oklahoma is denouncing a racist video depicting a student in black face. The video went viral after the original Snapchat video was shared to Twitter.
This weekend was supposed to be joyous for a Lexington cancer patient. But now, we’re looking at an amazing legacy left behind.
Governor Stitt is planning to move his family from Tulsa to Oklahoma City this summer, once his kids are through with school, but it's not clear at this point just where he will move them.
A new kind of nursery is coming to Oklahoma City next month, and it aims to help ease the caseload at DHS. Three local moms are creating the facility, which will provide a safe place for children of families experiencing various crises.
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Troopers released the 911 tapes containing a heart-wrenching call for help as a 3-year-old boy took his final breaths.
A racist video of two OU students has been circulating social media in the last week, and the university issued a response on Thursday.
Oklahoma City Public School District could close up to 20 schools. That's a new number directly from Superintendent Sean McDaniel.
Deputies in Pottawatomie County are searching for a man, they believe, is connected to dozens of recent burglaries.
Tulsa's Gathering Place made what they're calling a major announcement for the park and for the city.
A puppy named Milo was just a few weeks old when he went through an extensive surgery, due to his rare medical condition. Now, thanks to Oklahoma State University veterinarians, he is on his way to recovery.
A movie or TV series based on an Oklahoma woman is possibly in the works.
The Oklahoma City Fire Department is assisting Nichols Hills with a house fire. The house is near Northwest 63rd and Penn.
Defense attorneys say a judge has dismissed rape charges against four juveniles in Bixby.
Friday, one of the victims, Elijah Mothershed, was laid to rest at a Midwest City church.
The OKC Thunder's Russell Westbrook and his son Noah warmed up on the court before the Lakers game.
It's only natural for siblings to compete against each other, let alone two Division I athletes. Which is why it's all the more shocking that Cowgirl basketball player Vivian and Olivia Gray have never played 1-on-1 against each other.