Monday is the last day to request an Oklahoma absentee ballot to vote in March’s special election to decide if recreational marijuana should be legal in the state.
Muskogee business and city leaders are making it easier for families to put down roots in Muskogee and buy a home.
Osage Nation congressmembers continue to hold hearings looking into whether the former Osage Casinos CEO misspent hundreds of thousands of tribal dollars on lavish personal expenses.
It may look a little daunting to navigate at first glance, but experts—and data—say the Diverging Diamond Interchange design coming to Memorial Drive and the Creek Turnpike is not only safe and easy to navigate, but also reduces time spent in traffic.
A group of hopeful future Tulsa firefighters braved the cold Wednesday morning to climb high into the air on ladders as part of their firefighting academy training.
Oklahoma Highway Patrol (OHP) troopers told FOX23 that as soon as Tuesday’s new round of winter weather hit, so did new calls to respond to crashes.
A Tulsa County judge is expected to rule whether four people will stand trial after they were arrested for the shooting death of a woman at the Center of the Universe in 2022.
The Oklahoma Turnpike Authority’s controversial $5 billion project to build several new turnpikes and remove hundreds of homes throughout the state is back on after the Authority’s board took a unanimous vote Tuesday.
City crews are hitting the streets as early as Tuesday afternoon to start treating roadways ahead of Thursday’s expected winter storm.
Woodland Hills Mall introduced a new Christmas tree Monday to remind everyone the importance of driving sober this holiday season.
The historic $110 million bond issues promised to repair the school facilities and fund a new high school football stadium. It was the largest bond issues in Muskogee Public Schools history. To date, 7 projects have been completed and three are underway. All projects remain on schedule to be completed by the end of 2023.
One of Oklahoma’s U.S. Senators is calling for action after FOX23 reported the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers was threatening to demolish a retired veteran’s home.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is backing off its order for a Lake Eufaula retired veteran to tear down his home after FOX23 brought the issue to light last week.
A veteran living out his retirement on Lake Eufaula says the Army Corps of Engineers is threating to tear down his home that has stood for over half a century without anyone raising an issue.
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