Emeka Nnaka lost his apartment in the fire. It’s just the latest setback for him, but he’s still keeping his smile.
The race for Governor gets much of the attention in the upcoming election, but voters will also decide five state questions.
Firefighters say hot hay mowing equipment sparked a grass fire in Rogers County Tuesday afternoon.
Oklahoma’s Task Force One arrived in North Carolina just as Florence did. They’re at work rescuing flood victims.
A Sand Springs man with a landscaping business says thieves have hit him again.
Tulsa Police arrested an armed robbery suspect after a chase Wednesday afternoon.
The owner of a classic car is searching for the man who stole it. He says the '86 Monte Carlo has a lot of sentimental value and it also had all of his fishing gear in the trunk when it was stolen.
Monday was day 3 at Gathering Place and lots of people were out enjoying the park, including quite a few checking out the new skate park and watching some pros show off their skills.
Friday, there was a flurry of last-minute touches all around and inside the park to finish up before Gathering Place’s grand opening.
Broken Arrow Public Schools found a way to save money for the classroom.
Customs and Border Protection says their officers stopped a man wanted for rape in Tulsa from boarding an international flight to London out of Austin.
Tulsa Police are investigating after a body was found in a west Tulsa motel.
A thief rolled a $500 bicycle out of a downtown bike shop and police hope to put his test drive to an end. It’s normal for the staff at Phat Tire bike shop to let customers take a bike out for a quick ride.
Education advocates are celebrating after some of their favored candidates won and some of the candidates they targeted lost.
Gentner Drummond conceded the race to be the Republican candidate for attorney general in a news conference Wednesday afternoon.
“We're ready to finish strong tomorrow, win this, and then rally the Republican base and go win in November as well,” Stitt said.
Both Republican candidates for Governor spoke about education on Friday in front of school board members from across the state. Kevin Stitt said he supports a $5,000 recruitment bonus to get more teachers into the classroom.
Kevin Stitt returned Tulsa Thursday night after spending the day visiting Hulbert and Pryor. Stitt says they have some new polling out on the race with just a few days left to go.
Candidate Kevin Stitt has a financial advantage because his business success makes him able to fund part of his own campaign.
"I think it's ridiculous to make fun of someone's name and use a cuss word to do it, and I think it's going to backfire on him,” Stitt said.