The man accused of shooting and killing a Logan County Sheriff’s Deputy appeared in court for his preliminary hearing on Thursday.
With the 48th pick in the second round of the 2017 NFL Draft, the Cincinnati Bengals selected Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon.
Dr. David Dao, the Kentucky physician who was dragged off a plane at O'Hare International Airport earlier this month, has reached a confidential settlement with United Airlines, CBS Chicago reports.
The El Reno Police Department said a missing 55-year-old woman has been located and is safe.
With the first round of the NFL draft concluding on Thursday night, no Oklahoma or Oklahoma State players were selected in the first round yet again.
The family of an Oklahoma City man critically injured in a hit and run crash is pleading for justice.
The Perry teacher, Jeff Sullins, and principal, Kenda Miller, accused of not promptly reporting allegations of child abuse are scheduled to be in court on Thursday.
The Edmond Police Department says officers are on scene an auto-pedestrian accident involving a female victim Thursday night.
The Environmental Protection Agency chief has pulled out of a Republican fundraiser after a Democratic senator raised ethics concerns.
Police are investigating after an officer-involved shooting sent one person to the hospital in critical condition.
Veteran State Senator Kyle Loveless (R-El Reno) resigned Thursday amid an ethics investigation, making him the third Republican to resign in 2017.
A jury has reached a verdict for a man charged in the 2013 shooting death of two brothers in Arcadia.
The House and Senate met in so called “JCAB’s” or Joint Conference on Appropriations and Budget meetings Thursday evening after canceling them for two days.
On Thursday, Midwest City Police released the emotional 911 call made by a husband who admitted he shot his wife. State prosecutors listened to that 911 call, and Thursday afternoon they charged Robert Moon with first-degree murder.
An all-inclusive park is already creating lasting bonds before it officially opens.
A bill that some say could potentially be harmful to the pension funds for the state's teachers and state employees made it a step closer to becoming law Thursday, but not without some controversy.
The two teams will now play a doubleheader Friday, with the first game beginning at 2:30 p.m.
Storms in the Texas panhandle will continue to spread into Northwest Oklahoma Thursday evening.
Emergency crews are at the scene of a rollover accident in Southeast Oklahoma City Thursday afternoon.
Loveless has been under investigation for possible ethics violations for not reporting campaign contributions during his last two election cycles.
Patients at The Children’s Center Rehab Hospital in Bethany are celebrating National Superhero Day with superheroes dropping by on Friday for the nationally-recognized holiday.
A teenager was arrested with a loaded gun on the campus of Midwest City High School, Thursday morning, school officials and MWC police confirm.
Public Service Company of Oklahoma customers are going to see a hike in their monthly electric bill.
A man and a woman were the victims of a home invasion Wednesday night, according to the Choctaw Police Department.
Two U.S. troops were killed fighting the Islamic State of Syria and Iraq (ISIS) in Afghanistan, the Pentagon said Thursday.
Severe storms and flooding rainfall will return to Oklahoma late Friday night.
One Oklahoman has died as a result of the flu in the last week, according to the Oklahoma State Department of Health.
Nathan LaForce, the man charged in the shooting death of Logan County Deputy David Wade, will be in the Logan County Courthouse today for his preliminary hearing.
Police body camera footage is expected to be released today in officer-involved shooting in Chickasha from back in November 2016.
Police in Comanche County are investigating after a shooting left a man in critical condition just before 4 p.m. yesterday at a house near the northwestern county line.
A Cleveland man claims officers used excessive force, but after reports an officer hit him, Cleveland's police chief said that's not the case, and body cam video proves it.
Nearly 100 violent offenders are off Tulsa streets thanks to a huge sweep by local officers and federal agents.
Some prosecutors and victims fear the governor won't sign it because there is a big push right now to keep people out of prison, not put them in even longer.
Right now in Oklahoma, gun owners are taught that if you pull your gun on someone who's threatening to harm you, you better pull it to shoot because just pointing it at your attacker is a crime.
Last weekend was the annual St. Baldrick's Day fundraiser, where people of all ages go bald for a very good cause. News 9's Angela Buckelew talked to two such brave ladies in today's Medical Minute.
A Utah couple wasn't falling for their child's trickery after he made a few mistakes in writing the fake note.