Police are asking for the public’s help with bringing “this nerf-herder” to justice.
“The owner was beyond grateful,” the Tulsa Fire Department wrote Thursday.
The vulnerability of health care facilities was highlighted by a shooter who killed four people and then himself Wednesday at a hospital in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
The Tulsa shooter who opened fire at a medical office had purchased an AR-style rifle hours before fatally shooting four people.
A gunman carrying a rifle and a handgun killed four people on Wednesday at a Tulsa, Oklahoma, medical building, police said.
The library in Oklahoma said the book was checked out in September 1976 — nearly five decades ago.
The shooting in Taft is the latest in a string of gun violence across the United States.
Authorities said the driver saw the grenade rolling around and jumped out of the van to safety. The van was still in motion and continued down the street, crashing into several objects.
Many states only offer male or female gender options on birth certificates.
The Oklahoma bill makes it a felony to perform an abortion, punishable by up to 10 years in prison.
Oklahoma's abortion bill just passed the legislature. It would make abortions illegal, with only one exception.
The six victims, all girls, were students at the same high school in Tishomingo, a rural city of about 3,000. “Our hearts are broken,” the superintendent said.
Tishomingo Public School Superintendent Bobby Waitman said in a Facebook post that the district had “a great loss” involving students from the district's high school.
A meteorologist in Oklahoma is making forecasting more accessible and inspiring the next generation of meteorologists along the way.
“Tiger King” Joe Exotic was resentenced to 21 years on Friday in Oklahoma City for a murder-for-hire conviction.
The U.S. Department of Justice said a Black mother and daughter were denied housing in Lone Wolf, Oklahoma, due to their race.
Davyon Johnson, 11, earned a key to the city of Muskogee, Oklahoma for saving a choking student and helping an elderly woman escape a burning house in the same day.
Police in Oklahoma gave an 11-year-old boy a certificate, honoring him as a deputy after he saved a choking classmate and a woman escaping a house fire on the same day.
Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt has agreed to commute the death sentence of condemned inmate Julius Jones, who was convicted of murder for a 1999 killing.
A dispute between the Oklahoma governor and the Pentagon over the COVID-19 vaccine mandate is setting up the first critical test of the military’s authority to require National Guard troops to get the shot. It's also laying the groundwork for potential protests from other states.