5 hrs ago
News9 Oklahoma City
Reconnecting Oklahoma Tornado Victims With Their Lost Photos
News On 6 has gotten dozens of calls and emails across Green Country about finding photos and other documents from as far away as Shawnee.
9 hrs ago
Tornadoes, storms strike Midwest; 1 dead in Oklahoma
Alli Christian, left, returns Jessica Wilkinson's dog Bella to her after finding her among the wreckage of Wilkinson's home shortly after a tornado struck near 156th street and Franklin Road on Sunday, May 19, 2013 in Norman, Okla.
Sun May 19, 2013
State of Emergency active in Oklahoma after storms
The State Emergency Operations Center is activated due to severe storms in the state.
Tornado watch in Eastern Okla. until 11pm, damage in B.A.
A tornado watch has been issued for almost all of eastern Oklahoma until 11 p.m. Overnight thunderstorms on Saturday led to damage in Broken Arrow.
Tornado Alley comes alive with scenes of tornadoes; tornado threats to continue
After an unusually quiet U.S. spring tornado season through the first half of May, it is trying to make up for lost time with multiple outbreaks of tornadoes possible through Tuesday.
Oklahoma grocery store wine proposal being renewed
Supporters of a plan to permit some grocery stores in Oklahoma's most populous counties to sell wine plan to launch a new petition drive to put the proposal to a statewide vote.
Sat May 18, 2013
Time waning for Okla. lawmakers to tackle credits
Despite calls by several Oklahoma legislators to address hundreds of millions of dollars in state tax credits and exemptions for businesses and industries, little has been done as another session approaches its end.
News9 Oklahoma City
Drastic Gas Price Hike Leaves Oklahomans With Empty Pockets
"It's frustrating and it hurts, you know, because you've got stuff you've got to do," Ella James said.
Fri May 17, 2013
Fallin urges Okla. Legislature for health care fix
Gov. Mary Fallin is proposing a last-minute legislative change to the state's Insure Oklahoma program that would direct $50 million in state tobacco taxes to pay for more than 9,000 Oklahomans who are expected to lose their health insurance under the program.
Plans to fund Okla. pop culture museum still alive
Backers of a museum devoted to Oklahoma popular culture say they're still hopeful state lawmakers will approve $40 million to help build it.
Okla. death row inmate to ask board for clemency
An Oklahoma death row inmate scheduled to be executed next month plans to ask the state Pardon and Parole Board to commute his death sentence.
Thu May 16, 2013
Mexican Drug Cartels Bring More Crime, Violence To Oklahoma
Unlike the small, clandestine labs we see in Oklahoma, Mexican meth is made in super labs, where they don't produce grams or pounds, but tons of meth.
Oklahoma gas prices surge above national average
The average price for a gallon of gasoline in Oklahoma City has jumped at least 34 cents over the past month while the national average has added less than a dime.
African-American Oklahoma Judges Honored By Senate
The Senate on Wednesday unanimously approved a resolution honoring U.S. District Judge Vicki Miles-LaGrange, Oklahoma Supreme Court Justice Tom Colbert, Court of Criminal Appeals Judge David Lewis and Tulsa County District Court Judge Carlos Chappelle.
Okla. Senate OKs 'Gordon Cooper Day' resolution
A Shawnee native who was 1 of the nation's first astronauts - Gordon Cooper - is being honored by the Oklahoma Senate.
News9 Oklahoma City
Oklahomans Battle Prescription Addiction
"It was just for the fun of it," this young mother said. "I liked the effect of it and then I couldn't stop." Then Morgan started working at a doctor's office where she said she stole a prescription pad and forging her own prescriptions.
Okla. authorities seek missing Holdenville man
State and local authorities say they're searching for a missing Holdenville man who may be the victim of foul play.
Wed May 15, 2013
Okla. Senate OKs bill on 'Black Friday' sales
A bill designed to make low-price retail events like "Black Friday" sales legal in Oklahoma has been approved by the Oklahoma Senate.