One person is dead and two others are in the hospital after a driver attempted to make an illegal U-turn near Bristow.
A serial scam artist is behind bars, and many victims are hopeful that she will finally stay there. Loreal Stroud is accused of conning people all over the state, but it was old traffic tickets that led to her latest arrest.
A woman was arrested today for driving drunk and kitting at least four cars Saturday evening. The wreck occurred at NW 150th and Santa Fe. No injuries were reported.
House GOP leaders unveiled a plan Saturday to avert a government shutdown next weekend and keep the government open through Dec. 22.
The first birth as a result of a womb translant in the United States has occurred in Texas, a milestone for the U.S. but one achieved several years ago in Sweden.
Scarlet fever may sound like a disease from the history books, but the old scourge, which was once a common cause of death in young children, is making a dangerous comeback in certain parts of the globe.
Investigators in North Carolina say a missing 3-year-old girl is believed to be dead and have arrested a man in connection with her disappearance.
The Senate bill is expected to add more than $1 trillion to the deficit over the next 10 years, according to a Joint Committee on Taxation analysis.
After a highly acclaimed and buzzy Season 2, it's not surprising that "Stranger Things" will return for Season 3.
A group of atheists put up billboards in Tulsa; they say it’s to spark conversation during the Christmas season.
Randy Tate, CEO of NorthCare talks about Oklahoma's mental health and substance abuse problem.
Pat McGuigan talks about Gov. Fallin's three executive orders including consolidation and cuts in education and higher education and one to cap spending on so-called "swag."
Kami Kuykendall and Melanie Anthony with Youth Services for Oklahoma County discuss the "12 Days of Giving" Campaign.
Debby Hampton with United Way of Central Oklahoma discusses the annual campaign.