The U.S. Geological Survey released data on man-made earthquakes related to wastewater injection from oil and gas drilling.
Emergency visits to the dentist skyrocket right after St. Patrick's Day because so many people get their teeth knocked out.
Bill Citty, Oklahoma City police chief, gives an update on the investigation into the death of former Chesapeake CEO Aubrey McClendon on March 2, 2016.
Forecasters say major river flooding is expected to continue for many days.
Several food items have been recalled this week, including junk food favorites like pizza and chicken nuggets.
The fast food giant is testing the larger menu in Oklahoma and North Carolina
A band of thunderstorms might produce tornadoes in the states of Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana, NBC News reports.
More than 15 million Americans face the threat of a severe thunderstorm capable of producing tornadoes.
Breakfast sandwiches at Starbucks in Arkansas, Texas and Oklahoma have been recalled on listeria concerns, NBC News reports.
Life and "key man" insurance policies have special rules regarding suicide.
Natural gas is the cheapest it's been in nearly two decades, and it could get even cheaper, thanks to U.S. shale drillers.
It's not clear if the alleged co-conspirator of the former Chesapeake Energy CEO will now be prosecuted.
McClendon's business dealings are still under question, but Oklahomans are showing an outpouring of gratitude for his accomplishments.
Greg Zuckerman, The Wall Street Journal, discusses the Justice Department's charges against former Chesapeake Energy CEO Aubrey McClendon with conspiring to rig bids to buy oil and gas leases in Oklahoma.
Aubrey McClendon was indicted on federal charges of conspiring to rig bids for oil and natural gas leases.
Donald Trump is the projected winner of GOP primaries in six states, and the apparent winner of another, according to NBC News.
Vermont U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders showed his campaign still has signs of life on Tuesday, as he notched four wins in his favor.
Oral Roberts University announced earlier this month that all first-year students must wear a fitness tracker device.
A college in Oklahoma is making this piece of technology mandatory for all of its incoming freshman students. NBCNews reports.
The Golden Arches will start offering an expanded all-day breakfast menu.