A former Oklahoma Christian University student was aboard that ill-fated Malaysia Airlines flight that disappeared between Kuala Lumpur and the Vietnam coast. 50-year-old Phil Wood was a 1985 graduate of the school. He was living in Malaysia.
Interpol says no country checked its database that held information about two stolen passports that were used to board an ill-fated Malaysia Airlines flight with 239 people on board.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — After nearly two decades and $95 million already spent, supporters of planned Native American museum in Oklahoma City are pushing for the final $40 million in state funding they say is needed to finish the project.
But whether construction resumes on the mothballed project at the busy crossroads of Interstates 35 and 40 will come down to the 72 members of the House Republican caucus.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Authorities are searching for a telephone service employee who's suspected of stealing more than $40,000 from phone terminals in the Oklahoma County jail.
The sheriff's office says investigators are searching for 65-year-old Thomas Caldwell on felony embezzlement complaints. Caldwell was last seen March 3 by video cameras leaving the jail's rear entrance after removing cash from the terminals.
PRYOR, Okla. (AP) — The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation says evidence from the slayings of three Girl Scouts in eastern Oklahoma more than 30 years ago is undergoing new testing.
The OSBI says its Cold Case Unit began reviewing the case three years ago and identified evidence that may reveal clues and those items were sent to a private lab for tests the OSBI is unable to perform.
Ground was broken on Friday for a new $2.9 million addition to the Mitchell Elementary School. The school's new library will be built as a tornado safe room. The additional construction added $300,000 to the cost of the building.
Mitchell is located in a north side neighborhood, just north of the Admiral Twin Drive In.
School safe rooms became an issue last year after a tornado killed seven students at a Moore, Oklahoma, elementary school.
22-year-old Willie Wise will be headed to prison for the rest of his life. He was convicted of two counts of First Degree Murder yesterday for Tulsa’s Best Buy murders.
Wise was charged with killing Scott Norman, a reputed rival gang member outside of the I-44 and Darlington store. A stray bullet struck and killed 58-year-old Wes Brown who was shopping inside the store with his daughter.
The City of Broken Arrow is offering an amnesty program for those people wit active non-violent warrants.
From March 10th through March 14th 2014, individuals with active warrants through the City of Broken Arrow will have the opportunity to participate in a warrant amnesty program. Anyone interested in participating will need to contact the Broken Arrow Court Clerk’s office between the hours of 8 am and 5 pm during amnesty week. The Court Clerk’s location is 2304 S. 1st Place in Broken Arrow and they can be reached by phone at 918-451-8558 for further information.
Oklahoma Soccer Association President Tom Wedding (left) announces Tulsa's Mohawk Soccer Complex will host the 2015 U.S. Youth Soccer National Championship. Mayor Dewey Bartlett was among the local officials in attendance Friday.
Tulsa will host next year’s U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships.
The weeklong, 96-team tournament will be held at Mohawk Soccer Complex.
The Tulsa Sports Commission has worked more than two years to land the event, and Oklahoma Soccer Association President Tom Wedding said local residents played an important part.
"Thank you to the citizens of Tulsa for passing the Vision 2025," Wedding said during the announcement. "Those funds have allowed us to recruit tournaments to this magnitude at a local impact of more than $4 million to the city of Tulsa."