After 11 years of spreading the holiday spirit, the famous Markwell and Graham Avenue musical Christmas light display will be scaling back.
Shoppers flocked to retailers across the metro Thursday hoping to score Black Friday Deals.
Police are searching for a high functioning autistic adult who went missing last week.
The City of Edmond asked recently asked residents what intersection bothered you most.
What started as a case of shoplifting in Payne County, ended in tears when a police officer helped a woman struggling to feed herself and her kids.
It’s only been two days since firearm deer season kicked off in Oklahoma.
Consider it an early holiday gift. Drivers across the Oklahoma City metro are being treated to gas below the $2 per gallon mark.
OU Medicine and the Oklahoma National Guard teamed up for disaster preparedness training Thursday morning.
An Edmond family is hoping for their daughter’s safe return after running away from home in late October.
The mother of a 16-year-old girl shot to death, allegedly by the hands of her friends, is pushing for additional charges.
The daughter of a fallen veteran in Moore is pleading for help.
Police have identified the 6-year-old victim of Wednesday’s drowning at Lake Stanley Draper.
A female bald eagle is recovering after being found nearly unresponsive in a Garvin County pond.
Oklahoma election officials are bracing for a very busy day Tuesday.
A moped crash left lead to the death of one man Wednesday evening in Northwest Oklahoma city.
Early voting in Oklahoma began at 8:00 a.m. Thursday, November 1, at state election board facilities.
An Edmond family is beside themselves after their two daughters suddenly ran away from home.
A woman is dead and several others were injured after troopers said an airborne tire smashed into vehicles Monday morning.
The Edmond Animal Shelter is asking for help with adoptions after hitting an 18-year high with its population of large dogs.
A growing number of Oklahomans are getting their medical marijuana cards approved.
A Wewoka woman is calling for a city employee to be fired after she found her sister's headstone covered in dirt and several others displaced.
A Yukon family is looking for any hope after a man on a bicycle was hit by a vehicle early Monday morning.
Walls inside Northwest Oklahoma City non-profit "Heartline" received a facelift by the hands of volunteers Friday.
Tenants living at Eden Cove Apartments in Midwest City say they are living without heat or water.
A Lawton family is relieved after an Oklahoma City veterinary hospital agrees to pay expenses for their six-month-old dachshund named “Sprocket”, who was tortured at the hands of a child.
A Lawton family is left wondering who could torture their beloved six-month-old dachshund puppy.
The trial for a man accused of raping and strangling a 19-year-old Oklahoma girl in 1997 has been postponed.