A Putnam City West student accused of sexual assault was booked into the Oklahoma County Jail.
Police are investigating after more than 20 people reported their credit and debit cards had been compromised.
The Pauls Valley Regional Medical Center has been shut down.
One Norman city councilwoman is pushing for a new ordinance to require changing station tables in both men’s and women’s restrooms.
Oklahoma City fire crews say there have been 19 fire deaths so far this year.
Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust’s (or TSET) new initiative focuses on creating solutions and modernizing policies to improve the health of all Oklahomans, smokers and non-smokers alike.
Three men have been taken into custody after allegedly causing millions of dollars in damages to oil sites across Oklahoma City.
The University of Central Oklahoma homecoming celebration normally fills the streets of Downtown Edmond with floats, crowds of people, and homecoming royalty, but this year looked a little different, due to poor weather conditions.
News 9 received a photo from viewer Charli Miller, with what she suspected to be a giant mosquito.
Police have arrested a Langston University student accused of trying to hire a hitman to kill her ex-boyfriend.
News 9 is getting a new look at a trooper-involved shooting that happened in Woodward in August.
A Stillwater man is accused of fracturing his girlfriend’s skull with a hammer. 47-year-old Jesus Valdez Bravo has been charged with domestic assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, after he was arrested early Tuesday morning.
The Oklahoma City Zoo officially revealed its newest addition.
Maya Hummel and her family have a passion for the ocean.
A Shawnee mother says her peace of mind has been violated after three ATV’s and a trailer were stolen from her driveway.
Many Oklahomans are asking the question, 'how do I get a medical marijuana recommendation?'
“I was approximately five to six miles away at the time, so I was able to get there pretty quickly,” said Trooper Matt White.
The controversial electric scooters have been in the talks since day one.
Racial Intelligence Training and Engagement, or better known as RITE Training, is taking place at the Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office.
Crew members and about 43 OG&E trucks are making their way to Raleigh, North Carolina, as residents in that area prepare for Hurricane Florence.
The implementation of Oklahoma's new liquor law is about three and a half weeks away.
Police are investigating threats made by a middle school student in Weatherford. It was all caught on camera.
The Oklahoma City County Sheriff is investigating an incident at Deer Creek Intermediate School that left two teachers injured and a student being questioned.
OHP is stepping up enforcement on lakes to keep people safe this weekend. And they say they'll be checking boats to make sure they have everything required to operate safely.
Faculty and staff at Oklahoma City Community College were asked how they could improve student success.
Businesses in Oklahoma are gearing up for October 1st, when liquor laws will take effect. But some restaurant say they're having to give up tradition.
Fifteen years ago, three long-time educators weren't on board with, what they call, the education system's departure from foundational and developmental learning.
Eleven years ago, Oklahoma Baptist Homes for Children started Children's Hope, which is a residential program for single moms and their kids.
One Oklahoma City woman is using her past to help shape other women's futures.
Got a dog in distress? A new metro business wants to help by using aquatic therapy.
Since a 14-year-old girl was stabbed at Luther High School last Thursday, Luther Police say they have enough evidence to present the case to prosecutors.
With the new liquor laws on the horizon, OSU and OU have plans for full strength beer at sporting events.
The Oklahoma City sit-in movement started when 13 children protested segregation at Katz Drug Store in downtown Oklahoma City. August 19, 1958, the day a peaceful protest would spark a movement in our state.
In parts of southwest Oklahoma City, some houses are now unlivable due to flood damage.
Tuesday, OKC City Council voted to impound the Bird electric scooters until the company files a permit.
When you think of Habitat for Humanity, you may think of volunteers building homes for those in need.
An art show in Oklahoma City aims to help those in need.
A shelter for homeless women that burnt down in February, is close to revival.
This year marks the second year for the "Stuff Our Bus" school supply drive, put on by Midwest City resident Katie Laws and her family.
Coffee and Cars is a local group that gathers every first Saturday of the month on Northwest 122nd and May in northwest Oklahoma City.
A robbery at a metro gaming store happened in a matter of seconds. But the suspects weren't after the money in the register.
Several golf courses are pushing for harder drinks on the course.
A cross-county police chase lands a man behind bars Monday evening.
Corporal Tyler Iago has saved dozens of lives with the Oklahoma City Fire Departments, but found himself in uncharted territory June 2nd.
The Oklahoma City Police and Fire Departments teamed up for the first OKC Boots and Badges Blood Drive Saturday.
The resident of a Yukon home realized red flags after a self-proclaimed “line maintenance inspector” left his property.
Kim Prato is a pre-K teacher who has been preparing all summer, stockpiling supplies.
Since the summers' heat started blanketing the state, 129 people have been treated by EMSA medics.
A fundraiser to help those seeking protection under the Deferred Action From Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, was held in Norman Tuesday night.
A new drug testing policy has now been approved by the Norman Public School Board.
Oklahoma State University has joined the University of Texas and West Virginia University as the only Big 12 schools that have agreed, so far, to allow fans to purchase beer in their stadiums.
A new health care facility hopes to change the future of northeast 23rd Street in Oklahoma City.
Oklahoma State University researchers have supported the Federal Aviation Administration for several years.
The monarch butterfly population continues the drastic decline that began about 20 years ago.
A photo that shows 17-year-old Logan Duncan holding up a stop sign that had been knocked down, is going viral across the state
Next time someone says they have ninja skills, you might want to listen up.
Medical marijuana is now legal in Oklahoma, but when it comes to tribal land, the same rules don't apply.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health is preparing after voters approved State Question 788, legalizing medical marijuana.
Mike Spencer, owner of Spencer's BBQ, calls his restaurant a labor of love.
Tuesday, Oklahoma voters decide on legalizing medical marijuana in our state.
Only one year into his tenure and OU Head Football coach Lincoln Riley may already be getting a pay raise.
According to the latest CDC report released on Thursday, Oklahoma ranks among the top 10 in number of suicides per year in the United States.
State budget cuts aren't leaving much room for the upkeep of historical sites across the state.
As prom season comes to an end, an Oklahoma teen found herself in the Teen Vogue spotlight.
Civil and Human Rights activists and other advocates will gather at the Oklahoma County Courthouse today demanding acknowledgement and accountability for women and children inequality in Oklahoma.
The Oklahoma City School Board will meet Monday evening to consider new names for three schools named after Confederate generals.
Designed to remind us that not all stray pets are homeless pets, National Lost Dog Awareness Day is a perfect time to take preventative measures to keep pets safe.
There will be another closure this weekend along Interstate 235 as the Oklahoma Department of Transportation removes the old BNSF railroad bridge over the interstate.
Thousands of people were at the State Capitol Monday, and more showed up Tuesday.
The Oklahoma Education Association has released new demands for state lawmakers.
Because of the expectation of a large number of teachers at the state Capitol, other areas around the metro are opening up their lots for parking.
An Oklahoma City-based nonprofit has set out to help young Oklahomans change for the better.
The state is one week away from a possible teacher walkout.
Thunder star Russel Westbrook went back to school to bring books to metro kids. =
If you're looking to adopt a pet, Saturday might be your lucky day, and not just because it's St. Patrick's Day.
National School Breakfast Week takes place during the first full week in March.
Interstate 235 reopened an hour earlier than planned after being closed for construction over the weekend.
All the lanes of Interstate 235, between Interstate 44 and N. 36th Street, will shut down Friday night due to more construction along the interstate.
OG&E linemen were hard at work restoring power in Puerto Rico over the past 40 days.
Many people love a good scare on Halloween, but not when it comes to child safety.
A video taken at last night's Comanche Indians high school football game is catching quite a bit of attention online because it was one very special moment for a senior who got to take the field for the first time.
Deer Creek Middle School has joined the cause of helping Harvey relief efforts.
Since Harvey struck the Texas Gulf Coast last week, the Oklahoma National Guard has been busy providing our neighboring state with the relief it desperately needs.
For Oklahoma Sooner fans, it's all about tradition, but this season, some unfortunate changes have occurred for OU tailgaters.
Boy Scout Troop 121 gathered in the Oklahoma City Boathouse District to host more than 100 scouts from across Oklahoma and Texas.
The Good Egg Group held a competition for one locally owned business to open a shop on Hudson Avenue in Midtown.
One of the most famous faith-based songs is coming to life, and was filmed in the state of Oklahoma.