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Kevin Durant is not who we thought he was.
Oklahoma City police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a person caught on surveillance camera, pawning some items from a home invasion and robbery in northeast Oklahoma City.
Stillwater police are investigating allegations of sexual battery at an OSU fraternity house.
Newalla is losing more than half of the annual budget for its 16 member volunteer fire department.
The Village Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying a suspect vehicle wanted in a road rage incident.
The Tulsa County Jail confirms murder suspect Robert Bever tried to hang himself with a sheet June 17.
Oklahoma City police have increased patrol near Kevin Durant’s Bricktown home.
Animal rights activists are targeting one of the most popular events at the Woodside junior rodeo in California. The Fourth of July tradition is called the pig scramble.
A jury of nine men and three women reached a verdict in the death penalty phase of a man they convicted and sentenced to 10 life terms.
The Medical Examiner’s office has ruled the in-custody death of a Cleveland County inmate accidental, saying that he died of meth poisoning.
The state’s newly formed Tax Incentive Evaluation Commission is targeting nearly $110 million in tax incentives given to businesses in its first year of operation.
A few storms are already popping up in the Texas panhandle. These storms will try to make a run for western Oklahoma Wednesday evening.
One lane of westbound 33rd St. near Broadway in Edmond is re-opened after months of construction, but businesses say they have already taken a toll.
Oklahoma and Temple have agreed to a three-game football series starting in 2024.
A baseball recruit planning to walk-on to the Oklahoma State baseball team in 2017 has been arrested and accused of child sex crimes.
Oklahoma City police confirmed that a suspicious device on a body that prompted the evacuation of the Medical Examiner’s office on Friday, July 1 was a side airbag injector.
Edmond police are investigating a shooting incident at a gun range Wednesday morning.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced a recall of over 500,000 hoverboards after reports of injury and property damage from overheating batteries.
Oklahoma City police have identified the murder victim regarding the two men found dead inside a trailer home in southwest Oklahoma City.
In July, the Regional Food Bank seeks more than 160 volunteers to help fight childhood hunger in Oklahoma.
Unused tax credits have created a big cloud over future state revenue collections, and officials say they can’t predict with certainty when or even if a storm might strike.
If you're flying out today, this is actually a decent day to fly out, but if you're returning to Oklahoma City on Sunday you might pay 10 percent more than if you waited to fly back on Tuesday.
President Obama announced Wednesday a slight drawdown of U.S. forces in Afghanistan, telling reporters that about 8,400 American troops will remain in the country at the year's end.
Tulsa police now say they have a second gunshot victim hit by bullets fired into the air at Tulsa's FreedomFest on Monday night.
Two Oklahoma Sheriff's offices are using Facebook to warn people about door-to-door meat sales.
College students looking to avoid alcohol-related weight gain or get a faster buzz are increasingly turning to a seriously unhealthy habit called "drunkorexia."
In today's Daily Dose with Dr. Mary Ann Bauman, a viewer wants to know what to apply first, sunscreen or mosquito repellent?
Cattlemen across the state will be in Norman in a few weeks.