A Coweta, Oklahoma, man was killed when his car was rear-ended by a driver suspected to be under the influence of meth.
The estate of a man killed in an accident and the city council in Oklahoma City have settled a claim related to the man's death.
Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt has signed into law a bill that, in most instances, ban antipsychotic drugs from being given to residents of nursing homes – an action that drew the applause from AARP Oklahoma.
An Oklahoma state law that limited damages for pain and suffering in a personal injury lawsuit has been rejected by the state's Supreme Court.
A bicycle is a great way to get out and get active this summer. It's a fun, low-impact injury that also gives you another mode of transportation and a way to explore the wide open spaces of Oklahoma. It's a great hobby.
One sign of spring around Tulsa is the return of motorcyclists to the highways. It was a long winter, and riding enthusiasts are eager to get out onto the roads and roar away on their two-wheelers.
The onset of spring means a busy time for Oklahoma high school students. There are final exams and the completion of term papers, as well as the fun of prom, graduation and parties.
The arrival of a beautiful Oklahoma spring means better weather and the chance for kids who have been cooped up to get out and play. They're clamoring for a trip to the playground.
Driving safe, in a way that avoids the threat of car accidents and injuries, should be the highest priority of every motorist. But look around at your fellow drivers on the road, and you'll quickly discover that most motorists are not doing what it takes to stay safe. Instead, they're doing the opposite: They're speeding, using smartphones, eating, putting on makeup, not using seat belts, speeding through yellow lights, tailgating and more. These bad driving habits are putting everyone on the road at risk of getting hurt.
An Oklahoma school principal is alleged to have been using his cellphone when the bus he was driving crashed and left 27 adults and children injured.