Curtis Wickham, 26, was found severely mauled by three pit bulls at a home in west Tulsa Thursday morning.
Louisiana, Oklahoma, Virginia and Hawaii have each seen a drop in new infections per capita in recent weeks.
Thomas Evans Gates, 42, and Bobby Lee Allen, 53, were arrested as they tried to visit the victim in the hospital.
Lesley Hendrix had been behind bars in Oklahoma since 2016 awaiting trial after being charged over the death of 23-month-old Isabella Little Elk.
Several states in the Midwest of the country, including North and South Dakota, have reported the highest number of infections per capita in the last week.
A health executive pointed to patient transfers from rural areas where people wearing masks "are laughed at."
Police officers found the deceased woman inside a residence in New Boston, Texas. The woman who allegedly attacked her has been arrested in Oklahoma.
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Around 40 percent of those currently hospitalized were reported to be in ICU on Thursday.
There's an unlikely frontrunner for the Heisman Trophy, a shakeup in the Big 12, defending champs going down in a loss, two ACC teams that can beat Clemson and a new set of weekly rankings, with a new No. 1.
After kicking off their season with a dominating win over Missouri State two weeks ago, the Sooners face their first Big 12 matchup of the campaign on Saturday.
An amendment for the City of Norman, the site of the University of Oklahoma, extends the definition of "public setting" to include private homes when there are more than 25 people gathering.
What was originally just a stop for a seat belt violation led to a high speed chase when police found that the woman had a warrant out for her arrest.
State Rep. Kevin McDugle said the death sentence of Richard Glossip was "perhaps the most unsettling" in Oklahoma due to inconsistent evidence given by a key witness.
Clemson and Oklahoma begin their season on Saturday, with another five top-25 ranked programs also in action.
Nearly 50,000 spectators are reportedly expected at a pro-Trump boat parade in San Diego Bay, among several others taking place this weekend.
Nearly 40 other students in Oklahoma were also quarantined last week after a middle school volleyball player tested positive.
"Masking is working," wrote the city's mayor in a Facebook post. "The new data speaks for itself in the charts."
A new report by the American Academy of Pediatrics and Children's Hospital Association showed a 40 percent increase in COVID-19 cases diagnosed among U.S. children during the last two weeks of July.
Yukon, Oklahoma, Mayor Shelli Selby recently accused a Republican State Representative of making threats and harassment over her recent emergency proclamation requiring masks for restaurant and bar workers.
Mississippi, Missouri, Alaska, Oklahoma and Louisiana have each seen an increase in the average daily new cases reported over recent weeks.
Police in Ponca City arrested the man last week and charged him with outraging public decency, a misdemeanor in Oklahoma.
"Bless those who persecute you; bless and do not curse them," Brad Parscale wrote on his Twitter account Thursday, quoting from the Bible's Romans 12:14.
The Oklahoma State Election Board said the rapper had qualified for the ballot after submitting a filing on deadline day.
The Republican governor announced he tested positive for the virus during a news conference with reporters on Wednesday.
Police were alerted of possible human remains during the filming of an episode for the television show "Ghost Adventures."
Russell Owens recovered from COVID-19 only to discover his wife of 52 years had died from the same virus down the hall in the hospital from him.
A video shared to Twitter on Wednesday showed an Oklahoma City Skechers customer throwing two boxes of shoes at an employee before exiting the store.
"If Congress wishes to withdraw its promises, it must say so," Justice Neil Gorsuch wrote in the Supreme Court's opinion for McGirt v. Oklahoma.
"Entry is on a first come, first served basis and prior registration is not required," the campaign told Newsweek.