Here are some of today's top stories.
The condition of a firefighter that was injured in a natural gas explosion last week in west Tulsa is improving.
The Tulsa Fire Department says Captain Greg Delozier has been moved from the intensive care unit into a regular room.
Doctors say he is healing well and could be sent home in a little over a week.
Four other people including ONG workers were also hurt in that incident.
The University of Oklahoma's new president says the school is losing millions of dollars each year.
The Oklahoman reports that Jim Gallogly says the school is losing $36 million a year because it's spending more than it's bringing in.
Gallogly says the total debt is nearly $1 billion and paying on that debt costs almost $70 million a year.
When he takes office next month, Gallogly says his focus will be on "putting money into the right places."
Drivers trying to pay fines or fees to the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority may have had some trouble.
The OTA says they've been experiencing network outages as they upgrade their hardware.
Officials say they are working to restore the website and call center.