In the local news: A 2-alarm fire guts a large section of Tulsa's River Chase Apartments. The State Chamber wants medical marijuana laws clarified. The estate of Amber Hilberling sues the Department of Corrections.
In the local news: Despite increasing student loan debt, a state officials says Oklahoma is still a higher education bargain. The PAC would like your input. Game Wardens make a huge illegal marijuana harvest.
In the local news: PSO will head south, rather than east, to help with storm recovery. Scott Pruitt doesn't metition office perks in disclosure form. Police say a man was shot while breaking into an ex-girl friend's home.
In the local news: Oklahoma roads and bridges are among the worst in the nation. An Owasso man is killed in a Will Rogers Turnpike crash. The seach for a new Tulsa School Board member enters a new phase tonight.
In the local news: Beer could be in short supply at stores before the switch over to strong beer on October 1st. A new arts program is announced for Tulsa. Contractors say they are having a hard time finding skilled workers in Oklahoma.
A quick correction: In this cast we state Cyndi Byrd has won the state auditor's race. While it is true no Democrat filed for the post. There is a Libertarian. The race will be decided in November. Our mistake.
Tulsa mortgage company owner Kevin Stitt, who criticized his opponent as being inadequately supportive of President Trump, won the Republican nomination Tuesday in the race to become Oklahoma's next governor. The 45-year-old owner of Gateway Mortgage Group defeated former Oklahoma City Mayor Mick Cornett and advanced to face Democrat Drew Edmondson and Libertarian Chris Powell in November. "Let's celebrate this victory tonight, because tomorrow we get back to work," Stitt told supporters at...