MEAD, Okla. — A tip led Bryan County authorities to uncover a large number of marijuana plants inside semi-truck trailers.
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MEAD, Okla. — The Oklahoma Highway Patrol Marine Enforcement Division is investigating a boat explosion that happened at 5:30 p.m. Friday.
Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin declared a state of emergency for 25 counties on Thursday after severe storms tore through the state with fierce straight-line winds and tornadoes that killed one person, injured others and destroyed buildings.
At least one person is confirmed dead after a series of tornadoes swept through Oklahoma.
Even though the Oklahoma Highway Patrol has yet to issue a final report on the bus accident that left four dead near Davis last fall, three of the lawsuits filed in connection with the incident have been either dismissed or settled.
As crowds flock to shores of Lake Texoma for spring break, officials with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers are reporting that water levels are significantly up since last year.
EDMOND, Okla. — A 16-year-old former student who police said threatened to cause mass casualties at Edmond North High School remained in an inpatient mental health facility Friday after his home was searched and bomb-making materials were found.
More than a dozen protesters marched outside the northwest Dallas home of a former University of Oklahoma student caught in a racist fraternity video, offering chants of their own against racism.
National leaders of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity and University of Texas officials are investigating whether the racist chant used in Oklahoma has been sung by members of other chapters.
NORMAN, Okla.—The University of Oklahoma, which expelled two Sigma Alpha Epsilon members Tuesday for leading a racist chant, may have infringed on the students’ right to free speech, some legal experts said.