First responders surprised a boy in Yukon with a new bicycle on Monday. There were members from the Yukon Police Department, Yukon Fire Department and Mustang Fire Department.
When state lawmakers passed legislation in 2013 that replaced the old Workers' Compensation Court with an administrative Workers' Compensation Commission, the business community thanked them for fixing what many felt was a broken system.
A man is out of a job and more disciplinary action may be pending after he was caught on camera Wednesday, yelling racial slurs at a mother in the Briarwood Elementary School carpool line.
A natural gas explosion and fire in Wagoner County Thursday injured four people, three critically.
A man appearing in court for allegedly stealing from a metro store is caught trying to take cash from a safe in the Oklahoma County Courthouse Thursday morning.
After guidelines from President Barack Obama saying schools should allow transgender students to use the bathroom of their choice was rolled back, familiar fears have begun to rise for transgender students and their parents.
EMBARK has launched a metro-wide “rideshare” program, and six employees of Boeing are the first participants.
Glenn Kirkpatrick, an 85-year-old white male, was last seen near 6th and Littler in Edmond. He was wearing khaki plants and a plaid shirt.
Lawmakers are grappling with a growing budget hole, but few seem willing to take up the Governor's plan to increase taxes.
Investigators are on scene after a body was recovered from the Oklahoma River in southwest Oklahoma City, Thursday evening. Keep checking with News 9 and News9.com for more information.
Investigators confirm the suspect accused of shooting and killing his wife - then firing at police - in downtown Fairfax has died.
Oklahoma City police say a suspect stole $240 worth of video games from a Target store.
Oklahoma City police are searching for a suspect in a failed armed robbery at a grocery store.
Oklahoma City police are searching for a suspect in an armed robbery at a local gas station.
Nine Oklahomans have died as a result of the flu in the last week, almost double the number of the previous week.
The Thunder are reportedly targeting Chicago forward Taj Gibson at the trade deadline.
This time of the year, basketball and baseball tend to grab the headlines from high schools but behind the curtain in Mustang, there's something else in the works.
The Dakota Access pipeline protest, called the largest and longest protest in history, came to an end yesterday however several stayed behind, including an Oklahoma man.
At it's monthly meeting today, the State Board of Education will discuss more cuts as the state faces another revenue failure.
A senate committee passed a bill that could cap school superintendents pay through several different actions.
Sunbeam Family Services and the Norman Police Department are launching Care Trak, a program that issues bracelets which emit a radio frequency to help officers electronically locate at-risk people who have wandered off or gone missing.
Flu has forced Dickson Public Schools to close for the rest of the week, the fifth district in the state to do so.
The oldest college building in the state officially reopens today after being closed for nearly the past two decades.
Wednesday, Oklahoma Congressman Frank Lucas held a town hall meeting in Sapulpa.
A multi-million dollar federal health grant is leading to interesting findings about what's in breast milk and how it might effect a baby's health long-term. News 9's Angela Buckelew has the latest research in today's Medical Minute.
A heated debate is brewing in a Texas community over a transgender student who wants to wrestle.