COLE STRONG: Stroud Volunteer Firefighter Dies After Car Crash

COLE STRONG: Stroud Volunteer Firefighter Dies After Car Crash

The family of Stroud volunteer firefighter Michael "Cole" Alcorn is sharing photos of their loved one Thursday. Cole was taken off life support Thursday evening surrounded by family and a hospital full of friends and supporters. He donated his organs - hi

1 Arrested After Chase, Driving Wrong Way On Tulsa Highway

1 Arrested After Chase, Driving Wrong Way On Tulsa Highway

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol said a man is in jail after a chase where he drove the wrong way on both Highway 169 and the Broken Arrow Expressway.

Tulsa Police: 1 Arrested After Chase, Assault

Tulsa Police: 1 Arrested After Chase, Assault

An 18-year-old man is facing 22 charges after Tulsa police say he led officers on a chase early Friday morning.

Oklahomans Stand Out In Financial Success Study

Oklahomans Stand Out In Financial Success Study

A group studying how neighborhood environments might play a role in a child's future success found the Native American population in Oklahoma stands out.

Oklahoma Testing Digital ID App

Oklahoma Testing Digital ID App

Oklahoma is testing digital drivers licenses, and about 1,000 people are part of the trial run for the new digital licenses that are stored in a smartphone app.

Traveling Monument In Broken Arrow Raises Awareness Of Veteran Suicide

Traveling Monument In Broken Arrow Raises Awareness Of Veteran Suicide

22 US veterans take their life every day after coming home from combat, and now a national memorial for a non-profit focused on combating those numbers is in Broken Arrow.

City Of Tulsa Crews Work To Repair Water Leaks, Restore Service To Businesses

City Of Tulsa Crews Work To Repair Water Leaks, Restore Service To Businesses

Water shot into the air after a 12-inch water line break near 21st and 129th East Avenue. The pressure sent asphalt flying and damaged a traffic light.

Federal Aid Approved For Tulsa River Parks

Federal Aid Approved For Tulsa River Parks

The federal government has agreed to help River Parks with repair after recent flooding. They won't pay for all of the damage, but possible most of it, and make some improvements to the park.

City To Ban Gendered Language Like 'Manhole,' 'Manpower' & 'Firemen'

City To Ban Gendered Language Like 'Manhole,' 'Manpower' & 'Firemen'

The city of Berkeley, California, is banning some commonly used words in favor of more gender-neutral alternatives. "Manhole" and other gender-specific language will be eliminated from the municipal code.

Fast-Growing Web Of Doorbell Cams Raises Privacy Fears

Fast-Growing Web Of Doorbell Cams Raises Privacy Fears

The woodsy community of Wolcott, Connecticut, doesn’t see a lot of crime. But when the police chief heard about an opportunity to distribute doorbell cameras to some homes, he didn’t hesitate.

World Health Organization Declares Ebola Outbreak A Public Health Emergency

World Health Organization Declares Ebola Outbreak A Public Health Emergency

The World Health Organization declared the outbreak in Congo to be a public health emergency of international concern.

Jalen Hurts Surprises Former Children's Center Patient

Jalen Hurts Surprises Former Children's Center Patient

A former Children's Center patient got quite a surprise from his favorite college football player. Janneh Britton was touring the University of Oklahoma's facility when quarterback Jalen Hurts stopped by to say hi. He also got to meet head coach Lincoln R

Tulsa Police Search For Suspect After Apartment Shooting

Tulsa Police Search For Suspect After Apartment Shooting

Tulsa Police are looking for a man who shot another man at the Bryant Apartments near Pine and Sheridan overnight.

House Approves $15 Minimum Wage For Workers

House Approves $15 Minimum Wage For Workers

The House has approved legislation to raise the federal minimum wage for the first time in a decade, to $15 an hour.

U.S. Warship Destroys Iranian Drone Over Strait Of Hormuz

U.S. Warship Destroys Iranian Drone Over Strait Of Hormuz

The U.S. destroyed an Iranian drone over the Strait of Hormuz on Thursday, President Trump announced in the East Room of the White House. . 

WATCH: Gore Officer Being Investigated After Tasering Handcuffed Woman

WATCH: Gore Officer Being Investigated After Tasering Handcuffed Woman

The Sequoyah County District Attorney is investigating after a Gore Police officer tased a woman after she was handcuffed. 

1 Person Dead After Semi Crash On Turner Turnpike

1 Person Dead After Semi Crash On Turner Turnpike

Oklahoma Highway Patrol shut down lanes on I-44 due to a semi wreck that resulted in one person dead, July 18.

Green Country Sees Rise In Vandalism

Green Country Sees Rise In Vandalism

Green County is experiencing a rise in vandalism, costing large amounts of money for many cities in the area.

Tulsa Police Investigating 2 Deaths After Gunfight Near Local Gym

Tulsa Police Investigating 2 Deaths After Gunfight Near Local Gym

Tulsa Police Homicide Detectives are investigating a deadly shooting outside the Vasa Fitness Center near 51st and Memorial.

Claremore Woman's Husband Helped NASA Reach The Moon

Claremore Woman's Husband Helped NASA Reach The Moon

40 years after his death, a Claremore woman is still proud to share the story of how her husband helped make the Apollo 11 Mission possible.

Tulsa Neighborhood Having Trouble With Mail Theft

Tulsa Neighborhood Having Trouble With Mail Theft

People who live near Tulsa's LaFortune Park said a woman has been driving around and taking mail and packages from several homes. 

Realtor Survey Reveals Medical Marijuana Impact On Real Estate Prices

Realtor Survey Reveals Medical Marijuana Impact On Real Estate Prices

A new survey shows medical marijuana dispensaries could be taking a toll on residential real estate. According to a National Association of Realtors survey, 10 percent of realtors said they have seen home prices rise near dispensaries. Twelve percent of r

Tulsa Teen In Wheelchair Is One Of Chick-fil-A's Best

Tulsa Teen In Wheelchair Is One Of Chick-fil-A's Best

A 15-year-old has found a way to be a productive employee for Chick-fil-a.

Grand Opening For Sapulpa Animal Shelter Planned For Saturday

Grand Opening For Sapulpa Animal Shelter Planned For Saturday

After waiting nearly 6 years, Sapulpa is opening its new animal shelter. They'll have half-price adoptions Saturday.

Oklahoma Department Of Agriculture Warns Of 'Sudden Oak Death Disease'

Oklahoma Department Of Agriculture Warns Of 'Sudden Oak Death Disease'

There's a warning about a disease that kills Oak trees. State officials are now in a rush to make sure they won’t be dealing with an outbreak. “When you find a disease like this, you try to find out what the source is,” said Kenny Naylor