Thunder Snap Mavericks' 6-Game Win StreakOklahoma City Thunder rallied from a double-digit third-quarter deficit to beat Dallas 117-114.
Missing Church's Chicken Franchise Owner Found In Farmers BranchTulsa Police Department has canceled his missing and endangered person alert.
Blue Bell Returns To DFW On November 2Get your spoons ready, North Texas. Blue Bell Ice Cream announced on Thursday that the second phase of their five-phase rollout will begin on November 2.
Big 12 Future Sites Familiar For Basketball, BaseballThe Big 12 is keeping its men's basketball tournament in Kansas City through at least 2020, and the conference plans play the baseball and for women's basketball tournaments in Oklahoma City for multiple years.
Tornadoes & Flooding Upend OklahomaAuthorities are investigating the damage left behind by spring storms carrying more than a dozen suspected tornadoes that swept across the southern Plains, bringing floods, forcing the evacuation of an international airport and destroying homes near Oklahoma City.
Dallas Residents Return To Oklahoma City To Remember Federal Building BombingCBS 11’s Steve Pickett was born and raised in Oklahoma City and returned to his hometown Sunday, to remember lives lost one devastating day.
Mavs Beat Thunder 135-131 Despite Westbrook Triple-DoubleThe Dallas Mavericks withstood a triple-double from Russell Westbrook to beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 135-131.
Former OU Student, Racist Chant Leader To Speak PubliclyThe former University of Oklahoma student caught on camera leading a racist chant will speak publicly Wednesday.
Police: Woman Beheaded At Oklahoma WorkplaceFBI has been asked to aid in the investigation and look into the suspect's background.
Authorities: Blue Mound Man Stabbed Oklahoma Police DogAuthorities have identified the man accused of fatally stabbing an Oklahoma City police dog before he was shot to death by the dog's handler.
Spurs Try To Avoid Collapse Against ThunderIn 2012, the Spurs won the first two games of the Western Conference finals against the Thunder, then lost four straight and were bounced from the playoffs.
NBA Playoffs Looking More Wide-Open Than ExpectedBefore the season started, a poll suggested that the Miami Heat were the overwhelming favorite to win the NBA title, collecting a whopping 76 percent of ballots cast.