Jury found Best Buy shooter guilty
A Tulsa jury found Best Buy shooter, Willie Wise, guilty on 2 counts of first degree murder.
More business growth in Broken Arrow
Another Broken Arrow business announced it is expanding and adding employees.
Smartphone app makes finding Tulsa International Airport difficult
FOX23 uncovered that finding the Tulsa International Airport may not be as easy as you think if you’re using a GPS application on your smartphone.
Community gathers to remember Jenks 3-year-old, mother
A community gathered Friday night for a candlelight vigil to honor the victims of a suspected murder-suicide that took the lives of Jamie Helms and her 3-year-old daughter, Blair, on Wednesday.
Accused rapist used stolen identity to lure victims
Tulsa police arrested Ashley Pullen Thursday night, and said he was luring women into his apartment and assaulting them. He used images of another man to lure them.
Tulsa school breaks ground on storm shelter
Today, Tulsa Public Schools broke ground on a state-of-the-art media center that doubles as a storm shelter at Mitchell Elementary.
Police say Skiatook man made fake credit cards
A Skiatook man is in jail accused of making fake credit cards.
Loose horses are a danger to drivers in Okmulgee County.
Okmulgee County Sheriff Eddy Rice told FOX23 that the number of horses being let loose by their owners is at an all-time high in the county.
National youth soccer tournament coming to north Tulsa
Four thousand people will descend on the Mohawk Park soccer complex for a youth soccer national tournament.
Robbery detectives need help identifying suspect
Tulsa police said on March 7 at 1:59 p.m., the IBC Bank located at 1951 S. Yale was robbed.
Police: accused rapist suspected of multiple assaults
A Tulsa man accused of using Facebook to lure women into his apartment and sexually assault them is a suspect in similar crimes going back for years.
New details about deaths of Jenks woman and her daughter
Jenks police revealed more details about the death of a 3-year-old Jenks girl and her mother.
New technology could help solve 1977 Girl Scout murders
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation thinks new technology will help solve the Girl Scout murders from 1977.
Cherokee Nation holding job fair
Those searching for jobs in the food service industry, such as serving staff, cooks, food preparation workers and more, are encouraged to attend.
Oklahoma crime victims notification system corrupted
Crime victims need to re-register for notices after the Pardon and Parole Board’s notification system was corrupted.
Man killed by Okmulgee police identified
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation has identified a man shot and killed by Okmulgee police on Thursday morning.
Oklahoma Missing Persons day scheduled for April
A Rogers County District Attorney is inviting families of missing persons to attend the Oklahoma Missing Persons Day.
Preliminary hearing set in Okla. cold case
An Oklahoma man charged as an accessory after the fact of first-degree murder in the 1992 disappearance and deaths of two women and a girl is scheduled for a preliminary hearing.
Christina Fallin defends headdress photo
Gov. Fallin's daughter was photographed wearing a Native American headdress.
Accused rapist arrested; lured victims through Facebook
Police say he may have attacked nearly a dozen victims.