The U.S. Attorney's Office in Oklahoma City is hosting an event for at-risk teenagers later this month.
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Former state Rep. Joe Dorman was just moving into his office Monday when News 9 spoke with him.
Sooners true freshman Mykel Jones talks with the media about his breakout game against Louisiana-Monroe.
Jacey Hyde moved to greener pastures, so to speak. She used to live in Edmond but opted for a place where she could raise her family and legally raise their chickens.
If we make a mistake here at News 9, we correct it as soon as we learn of it.
With the Oklahoma/Ohio State game only five days away, our Dean Blevins had the chance to talk 1-on-1 with OU offensive coordinator Lincoln Riley as the Sooners' prepare to host the No. 4 Buckeyes.
The manager of a metro area apartment complex is trying to help a mentally disabled tenant who’s struggling with her rent.
Two earthquakes above a 3.0 magnitude were reported Monday night in northwest Oklahoma, the U.S. Geological Survey said.
A pedestrian was struck and killed by a train in Norman, Monday afternoon.
If a ballot initiative to raise the sales tax to fund teacher raises fails, the governor said she’ll pitch her same ideas to new legislators.
Formal charges have been filed against two people arrested in connection to a deadly shooting in Oklahoma City.
Some neighbors in southwest Oklahoma City have a new reason to be against an abortion clinic that just opened and it has nothing to do with their faith.
Check out some highlights from Bob Stoops' weekly news conference as the Sooners get set to host Ohio State on Saturday.
Showers and a few storms are possible Monday evening in the panhandle and far northwest Oklahoma. The rest of the state will stay dry under mostly clear skies.
The ever-increasing expenditures at the Department of Corrections (DOC) continue to impact state budget woes. Newly released numbers show that 33% more women were sent to prison in Oklahoma County this year than in 2015.
Because Oklahoma driver’s licenses are not REAL ID compliant, civilians will not be allowed on base at Tinker AFB with just their licenses.
Based on new data, the Oklahoma Corporation Commission’s Oil and Gas Division (OGCD) announced it is taking further action in the Pawnee, Oklahoma area.
Some Oklahoma State University football players are talking to the media before the weekly news conference with Coach Mike Gundy.
A woman walking in Fairmount Park in Philadelphia last week was hit by a fish that fell from the sky above, CBS Philadelphia reported.
Nearly 7 millions cars have been recalled over the last week.
Legacy Grill, previously known as KD’s Southern Cuisine, will open on Monday in Bricktown.
Tulsa police arrested a man who told them he fired a gun thinking someone was breaking into his home. A bullet went into a neighbor's house, almost hitting a young girl.
Tulsa Police released the name of a shooting victim found in an SUV Sunday evening, September 11, 2016, in the 6100 block of North Martin Luther King Boulevard.
Police are investigating a homicide after a man was found dead inside a southwest Oklahoma City home over the weekend.
Witnesses told police a man was shot in an apparent dispute over a cell phone charger Sunday night in Muskogee, according to Muskogee Now.
Great programs and location are important factors for teens choosing which university to go to but that's not all.
If somebody calls you, saying they need you to pay for bills using and iTunes gift card, Apple says it's a scam.
Gas prices around the metro saw an uptick over the last week, according to GasBuddy.
Miss Arkansas Savvy Shields won the Miss America pageant Sunday night in Atlantic City.
Oklahoma City advances to the PCL Championship series for the first time since 2008.
Dean Blevins sits down with Oklahoma head coach Bob Stoops to talk about his team's win over Louisiana-Monroe and they look ahead to the Sooners game against Ohio State on Saturday.
A woman in Washington DC ended up in handcuffs after allegedly stealing French fries from a police officer.
Today's daily dose question comes from a viewer who has a friend with cancer that has spread to the lymph nodes. The viewer wants to know if this is the point of no return since his friend has to have extensive surgery on his face and jaw.