A proposed ordinance in Oklahoma City would eliminate jail time and significantly reduce fines associated with marijuana possession.
Oklahoma City Police are investigating a theft and vandalism case near 63rd Street and Interstate 44.
The prototype that Emily Haas built won her a national engineering competition.
Suspects targeted a firefighter's home near Northwest 192nd and May Avenue in Oklahoma City last week.
Orejas, the Chihuahua, recently came into a local shelter as a stray.
Police showed up to serve a warrant at 19-year-old Jared Joslin's home on South Pine in Guthrie.
In response to the statewide shortage and difficulties recruiting certified librarians, Oklahoma City Public Schools created a “grow our own school librarian” program.
A resident living on Lakewood Drive in Logan County said on August 29, a door at his home had been kicked in and a Jackson electric guitar, Fender amplifier, prescription medication and checkbooks were gone.
Oklahoma's Task Force 1, a team made up of specialized resources from Oklahoma City, Norman, Moore, Edmond and Chickasha, is in North Carolina and they've been busy.
A woman watched in horror as burglary suspects drove towards her home.
Mustang Public Schools just hired Jennifer Newell as the district's first Director of Safety and Security.
Researchers from the University of Oklahoma are in North Carolina to study Hurricane Florence.
Central Oklahoma Humane Society and Palomar teamed up to create an “Animal Advocate” position to help victims of domestic violence.
Mustang Public Schools is adding a new position to improve safety in the district. Interim Superintendent Charles Bradley said the person selected for the director of security will be announced at a board meeting in September.
Oklahoma City Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a person accused of stealing a car from an 83-year-old woman.
Amy Morgan is the Executive Training Director of Academy Hour, a website full of online classes aimed at serving members of law enforcement in two ways.
Voters supported a general obligation bond in the August 28 election, which will fund a new multi-million dollar animal shelter.
Supporters sang a victory song after the State Board of Education approved the charter application Thursday for Sovereign Community School.
Two people were arrested in connection with a shooting in Bethany Thursday afternoon. A third suspect was also identified and Bethany Police Lt.
At a special town board meeting, leaders in Luther went over a draft agreement of sorts for adding a school resource officer.