A new report just released shows Oklahoma ranks last in the nation when it comes to feeding children during the summer.
The Oklahoma City Police Department says a rape suspect is now in custody.
Sherwin Williams Paint honored an Oklahoma City man who’s been working in the company’s Oklahoma City warehouse since 1948.
A metro day care can't catch a break. Step Into Learning Childcare's van has been broken into for its gas four times.
One person is dead after an auto-pedestrian crash Friday afternoon in Moore.
Next time someone says they have ninja skills, you might want to listen up.
An injury wreck was reported Friday evening on Interstate 235 near Interstate.
State and federal agencies have banded together to form a special team to go after some of the people responsible for the devastating opioid epidemic across Oklahoma.
Just hours after a gunman opened fire at a Maryland Newspaper, a local woman posted a disturbing comment on social media.
A quick-acting Oklahoma City police officer stopped a potentially dangerous situation.
One person was found dead Friday morning in a southwest Oklahoma City apartment.
Last week, two Texas officers challenged each other in a squad car lip sync battle.
Oklahoma education officials say they have voted to restore a $5,000 bonus for 730 nationally certified speech-language pathologists, audiologists and school psychologists.
Tainted irrigation water appears to be the source of a national food poisoning outbreak linked to romaine lettuce, health officials said Thursday.
Gov. Mary Fallin says there will be no special session to implement State Question 788.
A Pennsylvania police officer is seen on video using a stun gun on a man as he's sitting on a curb.
Mosquitoes trapped in Tulsa County have tested positive for West Nile virus, the Tulsa Health Department announced Friday.
Authorities in Aransas Pass, located along the Texas coast near Corpus Christi, had to get hands-on with an alligator early Thursday morning in the parking lot of a Walmart store.
Children at a hospital in Iowa got a superhero surprise Tuesday.
A judge has ordered the suspect in a deadly shooting at a Maryland newspaper to remain detained.
OG&E crews are on scene of a downed power line covering the highway near Del City.
Investigators say the suspect in The Capital newspaper shooting, Jarrod Ramos, had a longstanding grudge against the newspaper.
A Southwest Airlines flight headed to Kansas City from Dallas made an emergency landing at Tulsa International Airport Friday morning.