Not taking care of your lawn can bring fines
Tuesday night two young boys tossed a baseball in their front yard, working on their fielding, "grounders or pop flies," one of the boys said.
Troopers continue search for escaped convict
Law enforcement agencies continue to search for a Haskell County jail escapee.
Oklahoma Senate passes domestic violence bill
The Oklahoma Senate has passed a bill unanimously in support of new domestic violence protocol.
New Jersey school sued over 'under God'
A family is suing, contending the phrase "under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance discriminates against atheist children.
Trial to begin in QuikTrip double murder
Prosecutors are set to deliver opening statements in a double homicide trial.
Small earthquakes recorded in central Oklahoma
Two small earthquakes have been recorded in central Oklahoma near Edmond and near Langston.
School exams resume, issues reportedly resolved
School testing is expected to resume Tuesday across the state, one day after server outages put a halt to the mandatory standardized exams.
KJRH awarded two regional Murrow awards
The Radio Television Digital News Association has awarded KJRH two 2014 regional Edward R. Murrow Awards.
Students get lesson on preserving Mother Earth
Students with Oral Roberts University are helping to preserve and study the Creek Turnpike Wetlands, an important part of our ecosystem.
Funds raised to replace HS team's stolen gear
The community is responding after a local high school baseball team had equipment stolen over the weekend.
Economic boom may slow statewide
Budget cuts may stall Oklahoma's economic boom in the coming year.
Missing teen's car found in Edmond
The car of the teenage girl reported missing from the Oklahoma City area has been found in Edmond.
9 Tax Day freebies April 15
John Matarese reports on some great freebies to help celebrate the end of tax season.
Toyota owners unhappy over settlement
Toyota is opening its wallet after settling a massive criminal investigation into the disclosure of faulty brakes and gas pedals in millions…
Check your Amazon account for e-book refunds
John Matarese shows why you may find a small refund in your Amazon account
City employee suddenly retires after suspension
A city maintenance manager suddenly has retired. It comes just a day after a committee agreed he should be disciplined. He is accused of poor…
City of Tulsa employee's suspension upheld
Disciplinary action against a City of Tulsa employee will stand.
NASA chief faces questions about travel
Rep. Frank Wolf cited “serious problems” with some of NASA's fiscal decisions, including travel spending reported in annual…