A man was arrested after a fatality crash on Interstate 35 in Edmond, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported.
The Lincoln County District Attorney is seeking the death penalty in the case of 2-year old Braxton Danker.
Oklahoma City’s long-awaited EMBARK 131-million dollar streetcar system will be operational on December 14th.
Major changes are coming to the low-income housing market in the metro.
The University of Oklahoma's Kappa Alpha Order fraternity has been closed by the National Administrative Office.
Pauls Valley Regional Medical Center has been closed, according to the assistant police chief.
It's been four years since an Oklahoma father last saw his daughter.
A local teacher got into the profession to teach high school English.
Oklahoma City Police have identified the victim of the city’s 52nd homicide.
One Norman city councilwoman is pushing for a new ordinance to require changing station tables in both men’s and women’s restrooms.
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Most people decorate for Halloween or Christmas.
McLoud teen Kaylen Thomas was laid to rest Friday, one week after she was found shot in a home.
The Oklahoma City Fire Department honored fallen firefighters and retired firefighters who have died within the last year in a ceremony.
Fire officials and police are investigating a report of a suspicious white powder at a northwest Oklahoma City business.
The Muskogee County Sheriff’s Office is asking the public help in locating a missing person.
A man accused of detonating a pipe bomb outside an Oklahoma military recruiting station has been found not guilty by reason of insanity.
A man charged with bombing the Air Force recruiting center in Bixby last year is not guilty be reason of insanity.
Bricktown and downtown Oklahoma City businesses are hosting the fifth annual Brick-or-Treat Halloween Festival on Monday, Oct. 29.
A football coach and bus driver at Langston Hughes Academy is out on bond after being charged on one count of rape.
A box truck hauling cooking oil caught fire early Friday on Highway 412 east of Catoosa.
Oklahoma City Police are investigating a homicide after the body of a victim was discovered Thursday evening.
One St. Mary’s Episcopal student in Edmond earned a free pizza party and got a letter all the way from a pizza company CEO.
The Oklahoma Education Association is endorsing Democratic gubernatorial candidate Drew Edmondson.
The Cherokee Nation is planning to appeal a decision last week that struck down a law governing the adoptions of Native American children, according to Cherokee Nation Deputy Attorney General Chrissi Ross Nimmo.
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