A 15-year-old boy was found nearly starved to death on his family's property near Meeker. Court filings revealed the child weighed less than 80 pounds.
Seventeen people were killed when a duck boat packed with tourists capsized and sank in high winds on a Missouri lake overnight, the Stone County Sheriff's Office confirmed to CBS affiliate KOLR-TV
With the school year just around the corner, many Oklahoma school districts are looking for guidance when it comes to state question 788.
An Oklahoma couple becomes one of the first American families to adopt from Nigeria.
Since the summers' heat started blanketing the state, 129 people have been treated by EMSA medics.
There’s something fishy going on at Lake Hefner. Hundreds, maybe thousands of fish have washed up on shore dead.
Hundreds of college anglers from across the country are competing in the Bassmaster College Series at Lake Tenkiller.
The Fraternal Order Of Police thinks Oklahoma City Police needs to change its policy on tattoos.
The University of Oklahoma is looking to diversify the medical industry with a camp targeting high school students from under-represented groups in the field.
A crash involving a semi was reported Thursday afternoon in Canadian County.
A 26-day-old baby is in state custody after she was taken to a local hospital hungry and malnourished.
The hosts of Oklahoma's first ever Hempfest say they've seen a boom in interest for visitors and vendors since State Question 788 passed.
The Oklahoma City Thunder has traded Carmelo Anthony to the Atlanta Hawks.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says while he finds Holocaust denial "deeply offensive," he doesn't believe that such content should be blocked from Facebook.
A pair of policy memos circulated recently by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services may pave the way for sudden visa denials and referrals for deportation, immigration attorneys say.
Emergency crews are responding after a pressure gas line was struck in Northwest Oklahoma City.
Homicide detectives are investigating a death at a home near 87th and Yale.
A Texas steakhouse has banned a customer who left a server with no tip and a racist message on a $108 bill last weekend, according to local reports.
A 71-year-old man has died after contracting a bacterial infection from a bad oyster he ate at a Sarasota-area restaurant last week, according to CBS affiliate WWSB.
The Oklahoma Department of Corrections located 29-year-old Jody Elmore and 32-year-old Chad Adams in rural Jackson County.
The Department of Corrections says two prisoners who escaped from a minimum-security prison are on their way back to jail.
Six nurses in Winston-Salem, North Carolina are sharing a serendipitous connection.
It's a story ... of a house named Brady. The iconic house that belonged to "The Brady Bunch" is now on the market, and buyers that want to own a bit of nostalgia can purchase it for $1.885 million.
A 15-year-old boy is found nearly starving to death on his family's property in Lincoln County.