A Norman couple has opened their hearts and work truck to help those affected by the pandemic. They had no idea the need was this great until they saw the emergency for themselves. News 9's Bobbie Miller and Karl Torp have the uplifting story.
A Tulsa neighborhood is getting kids outside of the house and learning all at the same time. It involves a walk-thru zoo with lots of learning opportunities.
The Yukon community is coming together to make a dream come true for a boy who just wants a swing in his back yard.
A Tulsa mom has come up with a fun way to help her kids stay in touch with their classmates while stuck at home. And now more than 80 students want to join the pen pal program.
Oklahomans are coming together, making and handing out masks to those who need them the most. Visit 405maskmakers.com for more details on how you can get involved,
Oklahomans are doing what they can to spread joy, and for one Tulsa company that means fresh bouquets for anybody who wants one. For free!
Two Oklahoma City kids show incredible strength in the face of a debilitating disease, and now Energy FC are sending them on a trip of a lifetime. News 9's Caleigh Bourgeois has more on the big surprise.
A single mom from Oklahoma City received a new home today, and it was Central Oklahoma Habitat's 1,000th home -- a huge milestone. Everyone from the governor to the mayor was there to celebrate.
An Oklahoma exercise psychologist used sporting good supplies to invent a tool to help patients monitor their heart.
One local cheer team just put Oklahoma on the map by winning the 2020 national championship. News 9's Amber Gerard has their story.
In honor of Black History Month, a local library named for one of the most famous black Oklahomans is recognizing a local artist's work. News 9's Kelsey Kernstine talked with that local artist about what the month means to him.
The Oklahoma state Department of Education says therapy dogs are helping students perform and feel better in the classroom. News 9's Bobbie Miller has details about a special Broken Arrow program.
To celebrate Random Acts Of Kindness Day, some sweet kindergartners visited area seniors to brighten their day. News 9's Bobbie Miller and Karl Torp have the story.
A local author and illustrator are filling a need in the children's market with a book to inspire young girls. News 9's Kelsey Kernstine was at their book signing in Edmond.
An Oklahoma company has agreed to take over the weddings booked at Noah's Event Venue after it recently closed.
A first-grade teacher from Central Elementary School in Moore is battling breast cancer for the eighth time. Last week, some PTA moms got together to start a fundraiser on her behalf.
A 9-year-old who recently battled cancer got the opportunity of a lifetime -- the chance to meet his favorite WWE wrestler. The opportunity was made possible by the Oklahoma 'Make-A-Wish" Foundation. News 9's Clayton Cummins has the story.
An Oklahoma mother and daughter have teamed up to help animals fighting for their lives after Australia's wildfires. News 9's Kelsey Kernstine has the story.
A metro police department is stepping up to help one of their own. Oklahoma County dispatcher Peyton Burton has been battling a kidney disease since she was a baby. Burton has one functioning kidney and is waiting for a kidney donor. The Choctaw Police Department decided to step in and help with her medical expenses.