Throughout the year there were several Oklahoma stories that News9.com visitors could not stop reading and talking about. We've compiled a list of our most popular stories online in 2011.
Wall-E, the puppy that survived euthanasia at a shelter in Sulphur, captured the hearts of people in Oklahoma and across the country.
The record-breaking Oklahoma earthquake shook up residents and had people rushing to their insurance agents to ask about earthquake coverage.
An Oklahoma woman says she was attacked just days after Casey Anthony was acquitted because the attacker believed she looked like the infamous mom.
The outbreak of tornadoes on May 24 destroyed dozens of homes and killed nine people, including two children in the Hamil family.
Before police arrested Becky Bryan for the death of her husband, she claimed a strange man walked into the couple's house and shot the Nichols Hills fire chief in the head.
The Logan County District Attorney charged former Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper Patrick Venable with second-degree rape following an investigation into sexual misconduct.
Students claimed a professor used them as guinea pigs for painful procedures that left them with bruises and sometimes serious injuries.
An Oklahoma City mother ran after an armed man who stole her purse after she walked out of a Family Dollar store.
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation announced the arrest of a suspect in the murders of two Weleetka girls, three years after the best friends were shot on a rural road.
Wildfires in northeast Oklahoma City in August burned more than 800 acres and destroyed dozens of homes.
Although they were not the most-read stories online, several other events were big news across the state. They were: