Oklahoma Baptist Disaster Relief volunteers are mobilizing to help homeowners statewide remove trees and limbs on private property damaged by the storms.
Several Oklahoma cities affected by the Thanksgiving weekend ice storm are offering residents storm debris pickup and drop-off service.
We are now under a state of emergency after this ice storm. Thousands of people are without power Monday morning and will be for possibly a few more days.
Last weekend's winter storm left broken branches, destroyed trees and damage to homes across the state.
The American Red Cross opened warming stations for residents without power across the metro area.
It’s been days of no power for tens of thousands of Oklahomans after this weekend's ice storm.
This weekend's ice storm forced the City of Yukon to close their popular Christmas in the Park.
Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt is warning against criminals streaming into communities targeting homes and businesses damaged by the Thanksgiving ice storm.
Clean up started as soon as the ice started to melt in the Oklahoma City metro area.
A weekend ice storm slammed the state, causing ten thousands of customers to be without power Saturday into Sunday.
Gov. Mary Fallin declared a 30-day state of emergency Sunday for all 77 counties due to the winter storms and flooding over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
Paramedics took a 50-year-old man to the hospital after he tumbled from a ladder Sunday afternoon, EMSA reported.
The city of Yukon is asking residents with storm damage to reduce its size down to make it easier for crews to remove.
The City of Oklahoma City says residents can begin putting tree branches and limbs that were downed by the ice storm within ten feet of the their curb Sunday.
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The longer this ice sticks around the more likely it is that trees in the metro won't bounce back from the storm and be forced to come down, a metro arborist said.
Thousands are without power Saturday as a winter storm is making its way through the state.
While many around the metro were dealing with clearing tree branches in their yards, a group of volunteers in the Yukon area ventured out to help the nearby animal shelter, which was also affected by the ice storm.
Oklahoma highways are starting to become slick in central and western Oklahoma as sleet, ice and rain continues to fall in most of the state.
It's not what we're seeing but hearing. There’s a lot of cracking and popping as trees with ice up to two inches thick on some branches, crash down all over El Reno Saturday.
Due to all the problems with the ice weather, the City of Yukon canceled their "Christmas in the Park" light display for Saturday.
Many Yukon residents woke up to power outages and downed tree limbs across town.
Interstate 40 near Mustang Road has been shut due to downed power lines.
The ice, sleet and freezing rain was making its way through Oklahoma during the overnight hours early Saturday.
A firefighter was injured while Oklahoma City firefighters were battling a house fire in northwest Oklahoma City.
Freezing rain continues across central and western Oklahoma Saturday morning.