A drive-by shooting that happened ten years ago is being re-investigated as a homicide.
New numbers out from the Oklahoma Geological Survey show April 2017 saw half the number of 3.0 magnitude earthquakes as April 2016.
The Perry School Board went into executive session for two hours Tuesday evening but came out with no decision in regards to the district's superintendent.
I'm not what you'd call a a frequent flyer, but I do fly several times a year, and from my experiences, this mania about the mistreatment of passengers by the airlines and flight crews is way overblown.
A hidden cameras captured an alleged home burglary in Stillwater.
A 19-year-old Clinton man is in jail and is accused of distributing child porn.
Police have arrested two suspects after shots were fired at an Oklahoma City police officer.
On Tuesday afternoon, four males went before a Cleveland County judge to be formally arraigned on first-degree murder charges.
A plan to take money from the fund to repair roads and bridges and use it to patch part of the state’s budget hole passes in the state Senate, but it includes a plan to raise the gas and diesel tax, something Democrats have vowed to block.
The Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) is making major changes in the wake of a possible $251 million budget shortfall.
NewView, a facility that employs as many as 80 blind and visually impaired workers, is closed indefinitely after sustaining damage from Saturday’s storm.
Storms will likely develop Tuesday evening in the Texas panhandle and move east into Oklahoma later Tuesday evening and night.
Four people arrested in connection with the deadly shooting of an OU student on April 23 have been charged in the slaying.
Emergency crews are at the scene of an auto-pedestrian accident in SW Oklahoma City.
A 10-year-old girl has died after complications from injuries she suffered in a 2007 drive-by shooting.
Canadian County Deputies arrested 19-year-old Domingo Isaac Hernandez Monday after a month-long investigation into illegal child porn activity.
Canadian County Sheriff’s Deputies have arrested a Clinton man after a month-long investigation into child pornography activity.
Here's an update on the NBA playoff picture.
Crews have gotten a handle on a wildfire that flared up east of the metro.
Gov. Mary Fallin announced Tuesday that Pres. Donald Trump has appointed her as co-chair of the Council of Governors.
The Oklahoma House has narrowly approved legislation that would limit the state income tax standard deduction.
Residents with downed trees or tree limbs from Saturday’s thunderstorm can stack them in 10-foot sections for curbside pickup, or take advantage of free landfill day on Saturday.
Emergency crews are on the scene at the medical examiner’s office where a construction worker reportedly fell through the roof.
Oklahoma City police are looking for a man they say stole several items from a store.
Authorities in Oklahoma say 10 people have been charged with drug-related offenses after a marijuana cigarette found inside a child's Easter basket at a school led police to a home were marijuana was growing.
While details of the new GOP plan have not been released, some Oklahoma congressmen have already said they will back it.
Oklahoma City police are looking for a man they say stole a vehicle from the driveway of a home.
President Donald Trump has been clear on the risk we now face in a possible conflict with North Korea and now an Oklahoma congressman is not mincing words either.
The amount of earthquakes the state experienced in April is half as much as it was the same time last year, according to a new report from the U.S. Geological Survey.
Oklahoma City Police are searching for an armed robbery suspect who they say robbed a 7-Eleven at NW 164th and Western.
A former volunteer coach at the Bethany School district is behind bars on child sex crimes complaints.
If you have Lupus, could members of your family be at risk of coming down with the auto-immune disease? Researchers at the OMRF think they've figured out a way to better answer that question, as News 9's Angela Buckelew tells us in today's Medical Minute.
Have you ever gotten a letter from the city that kind of ticked you off? A couple in Michigan are feeling that way after a city employee told them exactly how she felt about them.