New accusations of child abuse have came to light against NFL star and former Sooner Adrian Peterson. More>>
Muslim Oklahomans are being warned to be cautious in public to avoid becoming victims of hate crimes. CAIR-Oklahoma issued the warning, alongside other Council on American-Islamic Relations chapters across the country. More>>
The arrest of Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper Eric Roberts is the second case involving a law enforcement officer accused of sex crimes while on-duty in Oklahoma in a span of just three weeks. More>>
New numbers by State Farm show the odds an Oklahoma Driver will hit a deer are 1 out of 213, which the insurance agency says is below the national odds of 1 in 169. More>>
Major enhancements are coming to the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum.The museum is getting ready to reopen their doors after an $8 million dollar project.The project includes enhancements to the museum, including new artifacts and exhibits.You'll also find new detailed information and evidence on the investigation into the Oklahoma City bombing.The museum has included a key piece of evidence for everyone to see- the car that Timothy McVeigh was driving when he was pulled over and a... More>>
Authorities have arrested an Oklahoma state trooper accused of raping a woman during a traffic stop. More>>
The Oklahoma City Police Department said a man who carjacked a taxi driver was taken into custody after leading police on a chase from NW Oklahoma City to the NE side. More>>
The Minnesota Vikings are reinstating Adrian Peterson this week after he was charged with child abuse and say he will play on Sunday against the New Orleans Saints. More>>
The Oklahoma City Police Department has identified a man whose body was found inside a home Saturday evening. More>>
This year, Fox 25 is giving the choice of our Gridiron Game of the Week to you! Every week, we'll post a poll with five potential match-ups for our Fox 25 Gridiron Game of the Week and you get to vote on the winner. More>>
A deployed parent and the stress of a new school are just of a few of the challenges for the life of military kid."We are all here and we all serving our country even our children are serving by sacrificing the time with their parents," said military spouse Lisa Olson. More>>
A Tulsa man was booked on complaints of first-degree arson after he told police he "accidentally" squirted lighter fluid into his girlfriend's eyes. More>>
A bull rider died from injuries sustained during the Cherokee Strip TCRA Rodeo Saturday evening in Perry. More>>
Tulsa Police have canceled the Amber Alert that was issued after reports of a stolen vehicle with a 5-year-old inside turned out to be a bogus call. More>>
Suicide is a public health issue that doesn't discriminate. Regardless of race, class, or gender it leaves the heart broken. Out of the Darkness Community Walks provide common ground for families to meet on. More>>
Saturday night's Oklahoma Tennessee tilt had a big game feel to it from the start. More>>
Holding a jar of water and a jar of oil, state representative Steve Vaughan made the point that while the two don't mix in nature, they do in Oklahoma. More>>
Daxx Garman completed 16 of 30 passes for 315 yards and two touchdowns to help lead Oklahoma State to a 43-13 victory over Texas-San Antonio Saturday night. More>>
Seminole County authorities have arrested a 45-year-old man in connection with a fatal stabbing in Wewoka. More>>
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was booked and released from a Texas jail early Saturday on a charge alleging that he spanked one of his sons with a wooden switch.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Oklahoma would become the first state to execute condemned inmates using nitrogen gas to asphyxiate them under a proposal that will be presented next week to a legislative committee. More>>
Parents are just starting to catch on but chances are your teen might already be using the Yik Yak app. It's a social media messaging app that allows users to remain anonymous and say whatever they like about anything. More>>
At Integris' Cancer Institute, today's a celebration marking the institute's 5-year anniversary."We've done a lot, we've learned a lot, and we're really excited about the future," said Phil Lance, president of Integris Cancer.The future that includes a big step---Integris will be the third health care group in the country to allow patients to post anything about their care. Anything.So they'll take the good, like from patient Alice Hayes:"It doesn't have a sterile feel. And they know you by n... More>>
In an effort to decrease the high school dropout rate in Oklahoma City Public Schools, administrators are taking a different approach. They're putting the job in the hands of students. More>>
The weather can be a big deal if you're planning on hanging out at the Oklahoma State Fair this weekend. Other than getting wet, there are some concerns for severe weather.
A former running back for the University of Oklahoma was indicted in Montgomery County, Texas Friday, according to MyFoxHouston.com and the charges may stem from him using a switch to discipline his son. More>>
The Enid Police Department announced on Friday that it arrested a man they say had 4 ounces of methamphetamine and was selling it to make extra money.Larry Murray, 56, was arrested Thursday around 6:00 a.m. in Enid. More>>
The Sand Springs Police Department is asking for the public to keep an eye out for an elderly man recently diagnosed with dementia. More>>
The Norman Police Department announced a $2,000 reward has been offered for information about a woman's death last September. More>>
A new online study lists Tulsa and Oklahoma City as the two "most dangerous cities" in the United States. More>>
Police apprehended a man after a pursuit ended with a roll-over accident. 43-year-old Cobb Wilbert was taken to a local hospital after the police pursuit Thursday night. The pursuit ended on the Broadway Ext off-ramp to eastbound I-44 around 10:20 p.m.Police say they attempted to stop a vehicle at North 23rd and Kelly when the tag didn't match the description of the car.The vehicle led police on a pursuit until it couldn't navigate the turn and flipped.Both the driver and a passenger were tak... More>>
Residents in the metro may be waking up to low water pressure this morning.City officials say a pipe burst near SE 34th and Sunnylane Rd around 3:30 a.m.Crews are on the scene and working quickly to repair the problem. More>>
Two children were hit by a car in downtown Oklahoma City Friday morning. Oklahoma City police say the mother of the children parked the car behind St. Anthony's Hospital and ran inside to grab something.She told her 11-year-old and 9-year-old sons to stay in the car. While they waited, police say something happened that made the car bump into gear. The boys got scared and they jumped out of the car. The car then rolled behind and hit them. A neighbor in the area said he woke up to the boys sc... More>>
A former city employee accused of stealing thousands of tax payer dollars is expected to enter a plea on Friday. Donita Roby is accused of using nearly $48,000 for personal use during her time as Luther city treasurer. Roby is expected to make a plea at the Oklahoma County Courthouse on Friday. Roby faces nine felony counts, including embezzlement and unauthorized use of a computer. She is accused of making unauthorized purchases using the town debit card and electronic checks between July 20... More>>
Tulsa police arrested a 49-year-old man Thursday afternoon after he allegedly beat his ex-girlfriend while on PCP. More>>
Pretoria, South Africa (CNN) -- A judge found Oscar Pistorius guilty of culpable homicide, the South African term for unintentionally -- but unlawfully -- killing a person. It's akin to negligent killing. The verdict Friday comes a day after the judge cleared Pistorius of murder in the killing of his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp -- but he could still end up behind bars. The customary maximum prison sentence for culpable homicide is 15 years, but a typical sentence is five to eight years, said ... More>>
Oklahoma City University played host to U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor on Thursday. The Honorable Judge spoke to faculty and students from OCU's law school. More>>
We have an update on a Silver Alert from back in July. More>>
New rules go into effect Friday that will increase volume and pressure monitoring data from wells from monthly to daily. More>>
The Oklahoma City Police and an EMSA unit has been called to the 14900 block of N. Pennsylvania Ave. for a child that has fallen from a second floor window. More>>
There's a legal back and forth over records that the ACLU claims will show a disturbing database in use in Logan County. The ACLU says the Logan County Sheriff's Department hasn't turned over records about how the records were kept relating to an internet database that it says its spying on citizens.ACLU Oklahoma is now filing a legal challenge to a database called Black Asphalt.The ACLU claims the database was used as a “policing for profit” outfit where officers could get incentives for pos... More>>
For Jon Hansen, 9-11 was the second national tragedy he'd remember for the rest of his life. More>>
If things are just not the same between the sheets, blame it on your allergies.
Police say over the course of five hours, an Oklahoma City man said he was sent by Jesus to find Mary, then said he was Jesus, broke into a home to take a shower, and then tried to get into another one completely naked.
Police in Oklahoma City say a Good Samaritan who stopped to help someone in need was instead attacked and robbed at gunpoint. More>>
As the President announces military action against the group known as the “ISIS” or “ISIL,” an Oklahoma senator says the government has identified potentially thousands of terrorist fighters who could walk into the United States any day, at any time. “When we say it's a direct threat to the homeland that's part of that threat,” Senator Jim Inhofe, R-Oklahoma, told Fox 25, “They are infiltrating and coming in as trained, hardened terrorist militia to enter the United States.” More>>
An Oklahoma City elementary school has been evacuated after an odor of gas was detected in the area. More>>
A former Oklahoma City high school teacher accused of raping two students is set to appear in court on Thursday.
Volunteers remember 9/11 victims along a busy road in the Metro Thursday morning.
Police say a stand-off with a shooting suspect has ended.
Pretoria, South Africa (CNN) -- Oscar Pistorius cannot be found guilty of intentionally killing Reeva Steenkamp, the judge in his trial said Thursday.
Oklahoma City fire crews battled a house fire Thursday morning. More>>
Most kids with autism are diagnosed around age 3 or 4. But new groundbreaking research proves how important it is to catch early signs of autism and start treatment even in infants. More>>
The tip line is inspired by the Newtown tragedy and surprising research on violence in schools. More>>
Oklahoma City Police want the public's help in finding two women who they say stole hundreds of dollars in merchandise two days in a row.
The Oklahoma City Police Department said a man who was trying to get a neighbor to drop charges against him wound up meeting a crowbar head-on when he threatened the man. More>>
The Oklahoma Department of Transportation is announcing some big new projects, but while it's good news in the long term, it may be bad news for your commute. More>>
In a major reversal, President Barack Obama is moving to deepen the U.S. military role in the volatile Middle East, including training and arming Syrian rebels to fight Islamic State militants and potentially expanding airstrikes across the Iraqi border into Syria. More>>
A law enforcement official says he sent a video of Ray Rice punching his then-fiancee to an NFL executive three months ago, while league officers have insisted they didn't see the violent images until this week. More>>
The Oklahoma State Fair starts on Thursday and runs through September 21st.Inspectors from the Department of Labor were on scene checking the more than 70 rides at the fair this year.5 inspectors did initial checks on the engineering guidelines from the manufacturers and making sure all the rides are working properly."Rides have become safer and safer year after year, decade after decade and we're part of that trend, in fact we're leading that trend nationwide," says state labor commissioner ... More>>
The Oklahoma City Police Department announced Wednesday that agents arrived to serve a warrant in SW Oklahoma City and found a man who was wanted on murder charges in 2013. More>>
Police in Moore have arrested one man after a fight sparked a deadly overnight shooting. More>>
Fire crews respond to an overnight trailer home fire in northeast Oklahoma City.
Crews battled a house fire near Creek Hollow Drive and East Reno in Choctaw. More>>
(CNN) -- Authorities in Mississippi are holding a father of five in the deaths of his children, ages 1 to 8, the state's Department of Public Safety said Tuesday evening. More>>
When Apple unveils something new it seems everyone comes along for the ride.And the company is banking on two new iPhones, Apple Pay, and the long awaited Apple Watch generating plenty of excitement. More>>
There was a break in a case for Edmond Police Tuesday night. After releasing a picture of a man they say exposed and touched himself in front of a woman, police believe they have positively identified the man, and he is being interviewed.
Payne County Commissioner Zach Cavett says county roads between Stillwater and Cushing have been torn up and cracked. More>>
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation says they are assisting in a homicide investigation in Seminole County. More>>
The FBI is investigating after a Norman bank was robbed Tuesday afternoon.
The Edmond Police Department said a man who was working on the sign crew for a tree trimming company in Edmond was hit by a car Tuesday. More>>
The University of Oklahoma has released a statement about a video that's spreading on YouTube and Facebook of an arrest on campus.The video was shot and posted on Monday and shared with media outlets including Fox 25 on Tuesday.
How does a BB gun get past bag checks and metal detectors? That's what officials at one Oklahoma City high school are trying to find out after a teen was shot in the hallway last week. More>>
Oklahoma City Police investigators are asking for the public's help finding a man who walked into an Oklahoma City business and demanded cash from the register. More>>
An Edmond bus driver accused of molesting children is set to appear in court today.Scott Jepson is being charged with eight counts of lewd acts to a child under 16 and possessing and distributing child porn.
Hearings are expected to continue on Tuesday for an Edmond man accused of sexually assaulting children while in Kenya.
Authorities report a silver alert in effect for a 70-year-old Oklahoma City man.
The Noble School Board mutually severed ties with an embattled superintendent Monday evening. More>>
The Oklahoma City Police Department says a mom was arrested last Friday on several charges including child neglect after they say she was drunk when she drove to a bar and left her kids in the car for almost three hours as she went in to drink.
For the first time since the State of Oklahoma released findings about changes recommended for future executions in the state, the Department of Corrections is responding to the report. More>>
The Oklahoma State Department of Health says they're sending samples to the CDC to find out if a string of hospitalizations for a type of virus are a more severe strain. More>>
The Oklahoma Supreme Court has dissolved a judge's stay in a case on the suspension of University of Oklahoma football player Frank Shannon, upholding his year-long suspension. More>>
The Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office says an off-duty officer was driving last week when he was suddenly hit by a beer can tossed out of the car in front him. More>>
The Oklahoma City Police Department said they arrested the mother of a four-year-old girl they say was bleeding and standing in the rain as her mother slept inside the home. More>>
The Oklahoma Medical Examiner has identified a 14-year-old boy who drowned in the Canadian River on Sunday. More>>
S. Truett Cathy, the founder of Chick-Fil-A, is dead at age 93.A spokesman for the company said Cathy died on Sunday at his home surrounded by family.
LONDON (AP) - The Duchess of Cambridge, wife of Prince William, is expecting her second child and being treated for severe morning sickness, royal officials said Monday.
The director of Oklahoma's prison system is expected to respond to a report into the execution of Oklahoma inmate Clayton Lockett on Monday. More>>
The Jackson County Sheriff's Office has confirmed that 45-year-old James C. Mapp has been caught. Mapp was found walking down the side of Highway 283 -- around 1 mile south of Blair. More>>
Inside Oklahoma City's Infant Crisis Services, rows and rows of diapers. They make up thousands of diapers---many that will go out the door just in the week ahead. More>>
What if a young person could see just how much the wrong choices in life can cost them ahead of time? More>>
Police are investigating a drowning in northeast Oklahoma City Sunday afternoon. More>>
A person of interest in the death of a Chickasha woman has been located in New Mexico. More>>
The Oklahoma Department of Corrections (DOC) is looking for an inmate who has walked away from a minimum security facility in Granite, OK. More>>
While today's weather was not conducive to heading to the baseball diamond, when it is, plenty of folks come out to play.Now a group of Normanites have created a group called "Norman Forward" with the idea that if they build it, they will come."I think this is a way for us to do some things that would really show that Norman is the third largest city in the state," says Mike Fowler, a supporter of the group.The plan is this, take existing facilities like the Griffin Soccer Complex and upgrade... More>>
Daxx Garman went 16 of 26 for 244 yards and two touchdowns to help lead Oklahoma State to a 40-23 victory over Missouri State Saturday. More>>
Oklahoma and 16 other states have asked the U.S. Supreme Court to decide whether the U.S. Constitution includes a right to same-sex marriage. More>>
Oklahoma wasted little time jumping on Tulsa. On the first play off the game quarterback Trevor Knight hooked up with Sterling Shepard on what is officially a pass but looked like a jet sweep.
Seeing a herd of goats in the middle of Northwest Oklahoma City is grabbing peoples' attention. More>>
A deadly intersection may soon get safer. More>>
OSU celebrates its homecoming football game on Saturday. But an overnight prank has students feeling the game day blues and maintenance crews working hard to clean up a big mess. More>>
The Norman Police Department is investigating several reports of bullets hitting homes near the Canadian River. More>>
The Oklahoma City Police Department say a sex offender from California was arrested for using the Myriad Gardens as a "shower" Thursday. More>>
The Chickasha police department is calling in the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation to help with what police are calling a "suspicious death". More>>
An Air Force official says two F-15 fighter jets were scrambled after the pilot of a private plane over the Atlantic Ocean failed to respond to air traffic controllers. More>>
The Oklahoma City Police Department said a stepmother was arrested this week after her two-year-old stepson was found dead. More>>
The Oklahoma City Police Officer who stands accused of raping and sexual assaulting women while on duty has bonded out of jail. More>>
A home goes up in flames overnight, and the homeowner believes it may have been an act of retaliation. More>>
A motorcyclist dies after hitting a tree overnight. Oklahoma City police responding to the accident just before 5 a.m. Friday, on Burning Oaks Rd. near South Westminster. Police arrived to find the motorcyclist dead in the driveway of a home. They say the victim was heading eastbound on Burning Oaks Rd., speeding, when he lost control and drove into a tree. Police say it was a homeowner that called them. Police stayed on the scene until medical examiners' were able to take the body. More>>
Two people from Weatherford are recovering after a horrific experience in the McDonald's drive thru.
While in Oklahoma members hope to inspire the next generation of kids to always rebuild after tough times. More>>
Oklahoma's Capitol has been in disrepair for some time but there is a light at the end of the tunnel as repairs have been approved. On Thursday, the first decisions about what will be fixed when are made. More>>
For the first time, the Norman Police Department allowed media to view video of an incident involving University of Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon.
The Oklahoma City Police Department has released surveillance video of a man who was caught on camera trying to kick in a door of a home. More>>
If you've been to Midtown, you've probably seen some of the construction near St. Anthony's Hospital. That construction has now led to a well-known restaurant closing its doors. More>>
The Oklahoma City Police Department has identified a police officer they say shot and killed a woman who hit him with a vehicle. More>>
Capitol repairs took an official step Thursday with the first official meeting of the Capitol Repair Expenditure Oversight Committee.The group is charged with overseeing the $120 million, 10-year bond that is designed to repair and update the Capitol that has numerous plumbing, electrical and structural issues.Three members are appointed by the governor, three appointed by Speaker of the House and three appointed by the president of the Senate.The committee is charged with two major reports, ... More>>
The State of Oklahoma has completed the review into the execution of Clayton Lockett and found that an improperly monitored IV line likely caused problems in administering three lethal drugs. More>>
Governor Mary Fallin is creating a council to look at Oklahoma's increased earthquake activity. More>>
About 6:15 p.m. Wednesday evening undercover officers were conducting a narcotics investigation when they observed a drug deal at a convenience store in the area of Melrose Ln. and Rockwell Ave. More>>
Police are searching for a woman who they say was involved in a sexual battery case.
Police say they're searching for a suspect after one person was shot in northeast Oklahoma City early Thursday morning. More>>
Do you ever wish you could predict the spread of illness like we predict the movement of weather? There's an app for that!
As the case against accused Oklahoma City officer Daniel Holtzclaw continues it's picking up steam on social media. More>>
You've got to fight traffic, find parking, and wait in line at the checkout. Hitting the grocery store can be a hassle for busy families. But starting next month there will be a new option here in the metro. More>>
Star recruit Joe Mixon's case has progressed in the courts, and now in the court of public opinion as Norman police prepare to let reporters look at a critical piece of evidence Thursday morning.The video surveillance tape from Pickleman's was initially sealed, then a judge reversed that, saying it was public record. But the city of Norman says reporters can only look at the tape, not get a copy.Freedom of information expert Dr. Joey Senat says the law disagrees.“It goes counter to AG opinion... More>>
Oklahoma City Police have arrested the mother of a man who is accused of murdering her boyfriend at an Oklahoma City apartment earlier this week. More>>
A judge has reduced the $5 million bond set for an Oklahoma City Police Officer accused of rape, oral sodomy and other charges following a hearing Wednesday but it's far short of what his attorney requested. More>>
A deaf man, injured during a traffic stop, is asking the court to provide interpreters for his trial. Pearl Pearson, Jr is facing a misdemeanor charge of resisting arrest after that arrest. Pearson claims he was unable to hear the verbal commands of the OHP trooper who ordered him out of his car during a traffic stop in January. More>>
Norman police are taking to Twitter to let people know where patrol locations are.The department, using the handle @normanokpd, posted locations Wednesday morning, alerting drivers of their locations.The idea is that people will use the information, knowing an officer is watching, to drive safely and at or under the speed limit to avoid getting a ticket."Today, officers tweeted “Units will patrol S. Classen School Zone for Violations. Buckle be safe.”And sure enough, that was the zone they p... More>>
The Oklahoma State Bureau of of Investigation is hoping the work of a forensic artist to reconstruct a victim's face will help them identify her six years after she was found buried. More>>
It was standing room only as parents and teachers waited on the outcome of a vote regarding the employment of Noble Public School District Superintendent Ronda Bass. More>>
Another American journalist appears to have been killed by the terrorist group ISIS. The news of Steven Sotloff's death came in the form of a video. Now, more than ever, Americans are worried about an ISIS attack in the United States. More>>
After a deadly accident at a dangerous Logan County intersection neighbors are asking their County Commissioner for action. More>>
Some drug and alcohol counselors estimate between 10 and 15 percent of teens could benefit from substance abuse counseling. More>>
Police in El Reno are investigating after they say a body was found in a storage shed Monday night and police say it may have been there for quite some time. More>>
The Oklahoma State Police said Tuesday that another Oklahoma City man has drowned while swimming at Lake Murray.
Oklahoma City Police say a man was arrested late Monday night and faces DUI and manslaughter charges after two people died when police say he rear-ended their car at a stop light in SE OKC. More>>
An Internet video purports to show the beheading of U.S. journalist Steven Sotloff by the Islamic State group. More>>
The Oklahoma City Police Department said a 57-year-old woman is facing child endangerment charges after they were called to a NW Oklahoma City Sam's Club and found two children locked inside of a hot car. More>>
The Oklahoma City Police Department said a 27-year-old man is arrested and accused of shooting his mom's boyfriend early Tuesday morning. More>>
Two people were injured after a vehicle was drove into the North Canadian River Monday evening. More>>
The years have been good to retired Sgt. Raymond Norwood. He's 86, has a beautiful wife, and finished up a successful career at the Federal Reserve Bank.A wonderful life for a man who almost paid the ultimate price during the Korean War. More>>
Majority of the people living in the metro got to be off work for Labor Day. The holiday is in its 120th year. Union Pressure back in 1984 moved the government to declare it a national holiday. More>>
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says it is on the scene of a fatal accident between Edmond and Guthrie in Logan County Monday. More>>
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation has been called to investigate a fatal shooting involving a police officer. More>>
In July 2013, a pipeline broke open in a Metro creek, spewing oil into the water that land owners depend on for their livestock and crops. More than a year later, land owners say they're still fighting to get it cleaned up. More>>
A hacker stole celebrity nude photos right off the cloud. It's a crime and invasion of privacy, but it also affects you.
Crews have recovered the body of an Oklahoma City man who drowned while swimming in Lake Murray in south Oklahoma Sunday afternoon. More>>
As states liberalize their marijuana laws, public officials and safety advocates worry that more drivers high on pot will lead to a big increase in traffic deaths. Researchers who have studied the issue, though, are divided on the question. More>>
Mastering the art of horseshoe pitching is a lot more challenging than you make think .It takes precision, coordination, and strength. More>>
It's setting up to be a big travel weekend.AAA predicts 34.7 million people will hit the nation's highways for a trip at least 50 miles or longer. That's the most folks on the road since 2008.Combined with cheaper gas prices and increased consumer spending, it's gearing up to be a good holiday break.But state troopers like Betsy Randolph say they'll be working---watching for problem drivers, after 12 people died during the holiday last year.Randolph says every 30 minutes, someone dies of a dr... More>>
Girls Scouts of the USA has more than 2 million members nationwide and now the organization is putting out a call to action for more volunteers. More>>
It's pretty widely known that OSU head coach Mike Gundy wasn't thrilled by opening up against Florida State. More>>
Many people will say you can't get anything out of beating an overmatched opponent. Oklahoma did play an overmatched Louisiana Tech team but they did what you're supposed to do. They dominated from the start and won a game that wasn't as close as even a 48-16 blowout suggests it was. More>>
Kevin Foster graduated in 2013 from Bridge Creek High School.As a member of the football team he says some of his most cherished memories happened in the weight and locker room. " More>>
In Fort Worth this morning, a sea of Orange at ESPN's Game Day set. But for some students, their fan pride is raising some eyebrows. More>>
Authorities have deemed a possible explosive device safe Saturday in Del City.
A 38-year-old man is in custody after he allegedly raped his girlfriend and tried to set her on fire.
As an Uber driver a black Jetta is Adam Ring's livelihood but when an armed carjacker approached him early Monday morning he didn't put up a fight. More>>
Will Rogers World Airport has announce the power will be shut down for parts of the terminal building Saturday night. More>>
OU star linebacker Frank Shannon will be sitting on the sidelines for Saturday's game. His attorney telling Fox 25 that Shannon is not scheduled to play. More>>
With the holiday weekend here, experts at the Department of Environmental Quality issued a warning about bacteria and viruses that can be found in the water. These organisms have the potential to cause health problems such as ear and eye infections as well as swimmer's itch. More>>
When a storm hits everyone should have a plan. That includes your city. More>>
One person is dead after being struck by a vehicle Friday evening in Moore. More>>
Norman is buzzing tonight after several long months without college football. But there's a big obstacle for folks trying to get into Norman.For guys like Mike Webb, who drove out from Muskogee, it's time.“It's been a long winter. We're ready.”Webb and his crew have a big time set up. Two satellite dishes, five TV's, not to mention the tents and chairs he'll set up tomorrow.“I think it's crazy,” Webb said. “Why would people do this? You've gotta love it to do it. It's great. And the TVs work ... More>>
Oklahoma County Sheriff's Deputies need your help. A group of people ran off with one man's wallet, and wasted no time racking up charges.
Empty lots, officers and aircraft hangers are all things you're paying to keep. They all top the list of underused or sometimes just plain vacant property that's on the books for the state of Oklahoma. The worst part, until recently no one in the state really knew we owned them.