Oklahoma Headlines 

Oklahoma police are investigating a nonbinary teen's death after a fight in a high school bathroom

Police in Owasso, Oklahoma, are investigating the death of a 16-year-old student who died after being involved in a fight with other students in a high school bathroom.

14 GOP-led states have turned down federal money to feed low-income kids in the summer. Here's why

Most Republican governors turned down federal money to provide grocery help for low-income families with school-age kids over the summer.

Georgia Republican Gov. Brian Kemp sets the stage to aid Texas governor's border standoff with Biden

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp is poised to offer aid to Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s effort to control illegal crossings on the U.S.-Mexico border.

Man sentenced to life in prison for killing 4 workers at Oklahoma pot farm

A man has been sentenced to life in prison after pleading guilty to killing four workers at an Oklahoma marijuana farm in 2022.

Winter storm system hits eastern New Mexico, headed next to Texas Panhandle and central Oklahoma

A winter storm advisory has been issued for eastern New Mexico including the city of Roswell, which got its first notable snowfall of the season.

Republican lawmakers are backing dozens of bills targeting diversity efforts on campus and elsewhere

Diversity initiatives would be defunded or banned from universities and other public institutions under a slate of bills pending in Republican-led legislatures, with some lawmakers counting on the issue resonating with voters in this election year.

Arkansas police find firearms, Molotovs cocktails after high speed chase of U-Haul

Two Michigan men are being held on multiple charges after police said the pair led officers on a high-speed case through Oklahoma and Arkansas in a stolen U-Haul.

Toby Keith wrote all kinds of country songs. His legacy might be post-9/11 American anger

Country music fans are celebrating Toby Keith's rich collection of songs in the wake of his death from stomach cancer.

An Oklahoma judge who sent more than 500 texts during a murder trial resigns

An Oklahoma judge who sent more than 500 texts to her bailiff during a murder trial will resign.

Oklahoma grand jury indicts barbecue restaurant owner over deal with state parks agency

The owner of an Oklahoma barbecue company that landed a sweetheart deal to build restaurants at several state parks has been indicted on conspiracy and fraud charges.

Trade deadline day: The Knicks took a big swing, and some shooters are now in the playoff race

Bojan Bogdanovic left Detroit to join a now even-more-formidable contender in New York.

Abandoned by his colleagues after negotiating a border compromise, GOP senator faces backlash alone

A former youth minister in the Baptist church, Oklahoma Sen. James Lankford is known as one of the most sincere and well-liked members of the Senate.