Aubrey McClendon “swerved” and hit a wall, witnesses said after the ex-Chesapeake Energy CEO’s fatal car crash in Oklahoma City. Listen to the 911 audio here.
A 20-year-old man in Oklahoma City has been arrested and accused of decapitating his grandparents.
An Oklahoma couple is accused of severely abusing Stevens’ 5-year-old son, causing him to suffer multiple seizures, police say.
If you watch one college basketball game this week, it should probably be this one. This one is going to be good. Here’s how to catch the Oklahoma-Kansas tilt.
A No. 1 vs. No. 2 matchup in January? Sign. Us. Up. Here’s how to watch Oklahoma square off against Kansas on Monday night, even without a TV nearby.
Craig Strickland, the lead singer of the country band Backroad Anthem whose boat capsized during a hunting trip, has been found dead. His friend also died.
Craig Strickland, lead singer of the country band Backroad Anthem, has been found dead after disappearing during a hunting trip. His friend also died.
Traditional power Oklahoma is making its first appearance in the College Football Playoffs. Get your sooners CFP gear, including hoodies, shirts and hats, here.
Bedlam has a bit more meaning this year for the Oklahoma quarterback. His girlfriend goes to Oklahoma State.
Bonnie and Marvin Stone, who were both longtime employees of Oklahoma State University, were killed when a car crashed into the school’s homecoming parade.
Nash Lucas, 2, was among four killed when a car crashed into the Oklahoma State homecoming parade. He was with his mother, Nicolette Strauch, who was injured.
Nikita Prabhakar Nakal, a 23-year-old student from India, was among four people killed in a crash at Oklahoma State University’s homecoming parade.
Attorney Tony Chambers spoke on behalf of Adacia Chambers Sunday evening and revealed new details about Adacia’s mental state.
A cell phone video shows the moment a car, driven by a woman later charged with DUI, crashed through a crowd of people at Oklahoma State’s homecoming.
Richard Glossip’s scheduled execution has been stayed until November 6 by Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin over concerns about lethal injection drugs.