Within hours of the announced retirement of Oklahoma County Sheriff John Whetsel, a few people threw their names into the hat to run for his seat.
For the first time in state history, a sitting member of the House of Representatives could be kicked out.
Customers of an Oklahoma City contractor are accusing him of cheating them.
Voters will decide on a $111 million bond issue for Edmond Public Schools (EPS) on February 14.
Two people have now been arrested, accused of assisting Midwest City triple-murder suspect Ramon Pugh.
A man wanted in connection with a deadly stabbing, surrendered himself at the Oklahoma County Courthouse Thursday.
A citywide crackdown on illegal parking has some neighbors claiming code enforcement is going too far.
Clouds will increase from west to east Thursday night with temperatures dropping into the mid 20's.
Emergency crews were called out to crash involving a school bus in southwest Oklahoma City.
Thursday marked the grand opening of Oklahoma City's first Family Justice Center, which aims to help families and victims of domestic abuse.
Oklahoma City police are asking for helping identifying three serial robbery suspects.
The state House of Representatives Rules Committee released its finding Thursday in an investigation of Rep. Dan Kirby.
Oklahoma State has been picked second in the preseason Big 12 baseball coaches poll for the second year in a row.
Will and Wiley the grizzly bears at the Oklahoma City Zoo predicted six more weeks of winter on Thursday morning.
The Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works voted unanimously to approve Oklahoma attorney general Scott Pruitt to head the Environmental Protection Agency.
The number of Oklahomans who've died due to the flu this flu season has risen to 11.
Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin and legislative leaders are outlining some of their top priorities for the legislative session at a forum hosted by The Associated Press.
Delaware prison officials say one hostage is dead and a second is alert and talking after authorities entered a building at the state’s largest prison where inmates had taken staff members hostage.
A Rogers County man says his invention can help prevent trailer thefts. He says it's a new kind of lock that's stronger and smarter than anything else on the market right now.
A crowd protesting a far-right commentator's appearance at the University of California at Berkeley hurled smoke bombs, broke windows and sparked a massive bonfire, prompting officials to call off the event.
The handlers of Pennsylvania's most famous groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil, say the furry rodent has "predicted" six more weeks of winter after seeing his shadow.
Oklahoma City firefighters spent this early morning putting out a house fire near NW 9th and Indiana.
Oklahoma County Sheriff John Whetsel is retiring just about three months after winning re-election representative Mike Christian is now back in the race.
News 9 has learned from sources that the findings of the House Investigation Committee to be released today are substantial, with a lot of documentation.
This weekend will be packed with new releases. And there's just about something for everyone. The movie man gives us his take on a few of them.
Hearing aids for babies are essential, not only for their hearing, but also their brain development. Still, as News 9’s Angela Buckelew tells us hearing aids alone may not be enough. She has more in today's medical minute.
Super Bowl 51 kicks off this Sunday, and more and more each year non-football watching fans are tuning in for The Big Game.