Average retail gasoline prices in Oklahoma City have fallen 1.4 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.05/g yesterday, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 669 gas outlets in Oklahoma City.
A 3.2 magnitude earthquake shook residents near Waynoka early Tuesday morning, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Police are responding to a call of a man stabbed and left lying in the middle of the road.
Thousands of OG&E customers were without power Tuesday night in southwest Oklahoma City.
One teenager is dead after what appears to be an accidental shooting Tuesday afternoon in Chickasha.
Edmond residents want to know what is causing their homes to shake for hours at a time. Dana Hertneky investigates.
Nearly $970 million could potentially be spent over the next ten years on OKC improvements.
A pair of 3.8 magnitude earthquakes were recorded near the town of Covington, Oklahoma, in Garfield County, on Tuesday.
Police are looking to the public for information regarding a very coordinated burglary of a southwest Oklahoma City check cashing business.
The company 'Type It Up' was founded by an Oklahoma State University graduate.
A pair of incidents in the Oklahoma House of Representatives is being decried as both racist and sexist.
Emergency crews are responding to the scene of a rollover crash involving a semi along Interstate 35 in northeast OKC, Tuesday afternoon.
Drastic changes are on tap for Oklahoma’s liquor laws. The legislature passed new laws that impact the times and days alcohol can be served in liquor stores and breweries in the state.
A fugitive is back in custody and awaiting extradition to Oklahoma from California after he walked away from a work crew in McAlester on Wednesday.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol (OHP) has shut down the eastbound side of Interstate 44 near N. Penn. Ave., due to a multi-vehicle crash and fuel spill.
The 2017 session ended with what many consider to be more questions than answers.
Promotions, retirement, and reassignments have all been reasons named for why seven Oklahoma City Public Schools is losing principals.
Despite Memorial Day Weekend Congressman Tom Cole released his weekly column on Monday.
White House Communications Director Mike Dubke is out, CBS News has confirmed.
A condition that doctors used to only see in factory workers is becoming more widespread.
A car bombing killed at least nine people in the Iraqi capital on Tuesday morning, just hours after 15 died in a massive explosion outside a popular ice cream shop in central Baghdad that was claimed by the Islamic State group.
President Donald Trump's push to cut taxes is a rare policy expected to draw political support from both sides of the aisle.
Bob Mills SkyNews 9 flies over a fatal shooting investigation in Chickasha.
Man snores loud enough to wake the dead? Ancient civilization worshipped ants? Man nearly dies kissing rattlesnake? Man sues date for texting during movie?
You give blood for how it will someday help someone else. But thanks to a special partnership, giving blood could also save you from a life of deformity. News 9's Angela Buckelew explains in today's Medical Minute.
The Denver Post fired one of its sports writers after he caught fire for a tweet over the Indy 500 winner.
In today's Daily Dose, a viewer said they had a chest X-ray to rule out pneumonia and a small spot was seen. They want to know if it will go away or if it could cause something much worse. Dr. Lacy Anderson has the answer.