News 9 Storm Tracker Marty Logan attempts to rescue cows trapped by a wildfire in Woodward County.
The Oklahoma Education Association announced the end of the teacher walkout at the state Capitol.
A hunter who went missing during a large wildfire Thursday night in Dewey County has been found, family and law enforcement told News 9 Friday morning.
State lawmakers are moving ahead with legislation intended to curb the opioid epidemic in Oklahoma.
Women of all ages say it's a secret problem that is also embarrassing. But now, new technology is helping women who suffer from urinary incontinence.
Former Cowgirls guard Loryn Goodwin was selected by the Dallas Wings Thursday in the 2nd round of the WNBA draft.
Acting Oklahoma City Public Schools (OKCPS) Superintendent Rebecca Kaye said she’ll know more about plans for next week after hearing from the Oklahoma City American Federation of Teachers Friday.
An Edmond man has been arrested by Enid Police for trying to have sex with a girl he thought was 14-years old.
The Oklahoma Education Association has called a press conference for 4 p.m. to provide an update on the teacher walkout.
Firefighters around the state have their hands full, Thursday, as several wildfires have been reported flaring up all around Oklahoma.
Nine days after it started, the teacher walkout is over in Oklahoma.
Before the OEA announced the end of the teacher walkout, some schools chose to reopen early.
Nick Collison may have played his final regular season game in the NBA Wednesday night.
School districts across the state are now crunching the numbers on the school calendar.
Class is back in session in Moore, but some teachers and students went to the Capitol instead Thursday.
An escaped inmate has been recaptured while driving a stolen Muskogee police officer's truck. Oklahoma City Police confirm Nathan Harmon was arrested Wednesday night during a traffic stop.
An education board has accepted an Oklahoma State University football coach's donation for improved school security.
The Oklahoma City Thunder will go head-to-head against the Utah Jazz in Round 1 of the 2018 NBA Western Conference Playoffs.
The Oklahoma Public Employees Association announced in a tweet Thursday afternoon that they will no longer be participating in the Capitol walkout.
Authorities are on the lookout for a bank robbery suspect out of Kansas, now believed to be somewhere in the Oklahoma City metro.
Crews have gotten a handle on a grass fire on the northeast side of the metro, Thursday.
More than 400 substitute teachers were requested throughout Moore Public School on Thursday. Moore students and staff were called back to class, but one group still chose to march to the Capitol.
Flu-related deaths in Oklahoma up again, this time up to 271, according to the state health department's weekly flu summary.
An option other than tax increases is being discussed by a few legislators. One possible bill would consolidate superintendents in counties with fewer than 400,000 people.
Dee Snider, the lead singer for rock group "Twisted Sister," kicked off his one-week run in a Broadway show with a special dedication.
As the Oklahoma teacher walkout enters its ninth day, the state’s largest teacher organization says lawmakers have brought them 95 percent of the funding they’re looking for.
We will see winds and temperatures ramping up on Thursday.
The Trump administration is considering a plan that would allow states to require certain food stamp recipients to undergo drug testing, handing a win to conservatives who’ve long sought ways to curb the safety net program.
A northwest Oklahoma City home was destroyed after an overnight fire.
Moore Public Schools is back in session Thursday and that had emotions running high Wednesday night from teachers and parents who feel the district is betraying them.
It's Day 9 of the statewide teacher walkout.
Some Green Country teachers say that the OEA's changing demands are more frustrating than helpful.
A number of movies are hitting theaters this weekend including the latest picture from high grossing actor Dwayne Johnson. Our Movie Man Dino Lalli has a look at that and more films you can catch this weekend.
In the wake of the school shooting in Florida, many schools are trying to find ways to prepare teachers. A school district in Pennsylvania is now arming teachers with tiny baseball bats.
In today's Daily Dose with Dr. Lacy Anderson, a viewer wants to know about colon screening options.