Our Thunder Reporter, Steve McGehee, will be tweeting updates during tonight's game against the Milwaukee Bucks.
The Pride of Broken Arrow marching band debuted their new uniforms as they participated in Monday's Rose Bowl parade in Pasadena, California.
An explosion near 122nd and Rockwell has destroyed at least one home, and someone was inside the house at the time.
Two people are dead and one is critically injured after a shooting in Enid, police said.
It has been one year since a horse was found nearly dead, entangled in barbed wire fencing, in northeast Oklahoma City.
Thunder reporter Steve McGehee (@SteveMcGehee) is in Charlotte tonight tweeting updates as the Thunder take on the Hornets.
The Muscogee (Creek) Nation has inaugurated a new elected principal chief and other recently elected tribal officials. New Principal Chief James Floyd was sworn in Saturday.
Thunder beat the Hornets 109-90 to win fourth straight game and improve to 24-10 on the season.
Neighbors in northwest Oklahoma City spent Saturday afternoon securing their homes by boarding up their windows, and still trying to wrap their minds around what happened overnight.
Oklahoma improved to 12-0 with a home win over Iowa State on Saturday.
Jeff Newberry poured in a game-high 23 points, including 11 in a row during a three-minute span of the second half, to lead Oklahoma State to a 69-48 victory over TCU.
Thunder are back in action at 6 p.m. as they square off with the Hornets in Charlotte.
A small earthquake shook up residents near Perry, Oklahoma Saturday morning. Then, an earthquake shook up residents near Guthrie.
. One Tulsa fan took his love for Star Wars to the next level by building one of the popular movie characters.
A man running from Osage Tribal police was arrested after officers say a sneeze revealed his hiding place.
Senator Rob Standridge Chair of Health and Human Services
Heather Buckmaster, with the Oklahoma Beef Council, looks back to 2015 and the international market.
An explosion near 122nd and Rockwell has destroyed at least one home, and damaged several others.
Thunder guard Anthony Morrow will play in front of friends and family tonight in Charlotte as the Thunder face the Hornets.