Grove school board votes against spanking students
GROVE, Okla. -- Grove school board members were tasked with deciding whether the district should reinstate corporal punishment, better known as spanking.
Tulsa Police zero in on child trafficking suspect
Selling children for sex over the internet. Police have stepped up their search to find a fugitive in Tulsa’s latest human trafficking ring.
BA family's home rebuilt to weather the storm after last year's tornado
The Glimp family will move into their newly rebuilt home after a tornado destroyed it last year.
Owasso teen in critical condition after crash
The Owasso community is coming together for a teen seriously injured in a weekend accident.
New law prevents lawsuits for public storm shelters
A new law giving nonprofit and religious organizations immunity for being held liable when they open their doors during severe weather has the governor’s approval.
Victim hopes her story will help catch assault suspect
Two women were attacked at two churches in the same area of east Tulsa and now police are investigating whether the same suspect is responsible.
Families of Best Buy shooting victims glad the trials over
A second man accused of the slayings of two people at a midtown Tulsa Best Buy in 2012 pleaded guilty to lesser charges Tuesday.
Oklahoma AG seeks denial of execution stays
The state attorney general's office has asked the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals to deny two death row inmates' request to stay their executions.
OKC Zoo giraffe in surgery for terminal defect
Officials from the Oklahoma City Zoo say Kyah, the 6-month-old giraffe with a potentially terminal heart defect, is headed into surgery.
Legislature honors 45th Infantry Brigade soldier
The Oklahoma Legislature has honored a soldier with the 45th Infantry Brigade who was seriously injured while trying to protect others when a massive tornado struck Moore in May.
HUD announces $6.6 million in grants to Oklahoma
U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Shaun Donovan has announced $6.6 million in grants to renew support for 55 homeless housing and service programs in Oklahoma.
Mars orbit in opposition on Tuesday night
The sun, Earth, and Mars will line up Tuesday night.
Tulsa police arrest sexual battery suspect
Tulsa police working with the Northern Oklahoma Violent Crimes Task Force arrested a Tulsa man accused of sexual battery and failure to register as a sex offender.
Wagoner County Sex offender compliance check leads to arrest
Wagoner County Deputies in association with U.S Marshals, Wagoner Police, Broken Arrow Police, OHP, and District 27 DA’s Office conducted sex offender registration checks.
Baby jaguar born at the Tulsa Zoo
The Tulsa Zoo announced the birth of a jaguar cub, marking the third jaguar to be born at the zoo.
Bridenstine to host town hall with Azerbaijan ambassador
In light of the Ukrainian crisis, Ambassador Elin Suleymanov and Bridenstine will highlight the link of energy security to global political stability.
New flood safety signs installed
Okmulgee County placed new flood warning signs out to warn drivers of flooded roadways.
Parking meter rates double in Tulsa
It now costs more to park in downtown Tulsa.
Broken Arrow hiring police officer
The Broken Arrow Police Department is accepting applications for police officers.
Plea deal for 2nd man accused in Best Buy shooting
The second man accused in the Best Buy shooting that killed two people has pleaded guilty to being an accessory to first degree murder for each death.
Microsoft ends support for Windows XP
Microsoft support for Windows XP ends Tuesday.
Anonymous email alleges inappropriate relations with Union school guard and student
The Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office is investigating anonymous allegations a Union Public School security guard had inappropriate relations with a student.
Lawyers: Marriage ban denies history's progress
Lawyers for a lesbian couple suing an Oklahoma court clerk to have their out-of-state marriage recognized in Oklahoma say the defendant is denying the progress of contraception and reproductive technologies.
House approves measure to limit minimum wage
The Oklahoma House of Representatives voted 68-22 in favor of a bill to prohibit municipalities in the state from establishing a mandatory minimum wage or number of vacation or sick days.
2 death-row inmates request stay of execution
Lawyers for two Oklahoma death-row inmates have requested their executions be delayed until their lawsuit over the state's execution protocols is settled.
Okla. governor signs 25 bills, issues first veto
Gov. Mary Fallin has signed more than two dozen bills into law and issued her first veto of the session.
Fallin, Bush visit in Okla. could benefit both
Former Florida Gov. and possible presidential candidate Jeb Bush is visiting a charter school in Oklahoma City with Gov. Mary Fallin in a public event that could be mutually beneficial for the two politicians.
Feature film 'Mekko' to start shooting in Tulsa
A feature film about a homeless Native American parolee trying to find his way in Tulsa is set to start shooting later this month.
Okla. National Guard appreciation event scheduled
A ceremony to honor members of the Oklahoma National Guard and of the former 45th Infantry Division is scheduled at the state Legislature.
Moody's Jewelry store glass smashed with pickaxe
Officers believe two people broke into a midtown jewelry store.