2 hrs ago | Tulsa World
A Tulsa man who is accused of stabbing a woman with a machete and then striking her repeatedly on the head with a cinderblock was charged Friday with first-degree murder.
6 hrs ago | NewsOn6 Tulsa
A Tulsa man was arrested late Friday and is being held on a $95,000 bond in a west Tulsa shooting.
9 hrs ago | Tulsa World
Thousands of residents whose homes were damaged or destroyed in the tornado have a break in the weather Friday to continue removing debris from their propertiers.
13 hrs ago | News9 Oklahoma City
Tulsa police are looking for suspects in an overnight shooting death at the River Glenn Apartments, located at East 63rd Street and Peoria Avenue.
14 hrs ago | KRMG-AM Tulsa
Sgt. Tim Lewandowski tells KRMG that its too early in the investigation to determine if drugs or gangs are involved.
More than 12,000 residents whose homes were damaged or destroyed in the tornado have a break in the weather Friday morning to continue removing debris from their propertiers.
Authorities have reopened streets and resumed mail delivery in part of Moore as the town continues to clean up after Monday's deadly tornado.
What Memorial Day weekend is really about is honoring the men and women who dedicated their lives to protecting ours.
This is the 22nd year that a group of military memorabilia enthusiasts have set up the display which takes over an entire store.
Tulsa Police arrested an 18-year-old male prostitute who represented himself as a female in the escort section of a classified ads website.
Tulsa Fire evacuated a local business early Friday as a precaution after a vapor cloud of hydrochloric acid was spotted next to a nearby railroad tank car.
City Councilors G.T. Bynum and Karen Gilbert: Their proposed cuts could be re-evaluated if sales-tax revenue increases.
When an EF5 tornado touched down in Moore, Oklahoma, this week, Tad Agoglia and his First Response Team of America were stationed at a hotel about 30 miles away, ready to take action.
The video of two Moore elementary schools ravaged by Monday's tornadoes brings a powerful reaction from parents: What if that were my child's school? Part of the Oklahoma Emergency Management Act of 2003 requires all schools to write up a disaster and emergency preparedness plan and keep it on file with their local emergency management office, and ... (more)
It may be a world-wide first--a Tulsa supercomputer was unveiled Thursday, and it's open to the public.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health and Tulsa Health Department announced the sixth round of test results from patients of W. Scott Harrington's dental surgical practice and found no new positives.
This sure feels like a confirmation to me. But of what, exactly, has yet to be decided.