Agriculture officials in multiple states issued warnings Monday about unsolicited shipments of foreign seeds and advised people not to plant them.
People from 17 states who travel to Chicago will now have to quarantine for two weeks upon arrival starting Friday.
Cadaver dogs have allegedly picked up on human remains at an Oklahoma zoo formerly owned by Joe Maldonado-Passage, AKA Joe Exotic, according to TMZ.
The incident happened at a Skechers store in Oklahoma.
A reporter who attended the Trump rally is among those who have tested positive for COVID-19, along with six of Trump's campaign staffers and two members of the Secret Service who worked in advance of the rally.
An Oklahoma Highway Patrol officer had a close call with mother nature along a highway while he helped a crew with some equipment that had fallen off a trailer July 2.
Two Oklahoma police officers were arrested on second-degree murder charges Wednesday for the 2019 death of a 28-year-old man who was allegedly tased over 50 times.
The president's campaign did distribute thousands of facemasks at the Tulsa rally over the weekend, but few supporters wore them. An outspoken Illinois lawmaker thinks they made the right decision.
At least six other campaign staffers who helped set up the event also tested positive for the coronavirus prior to the rally and did not attend.
An earthquake in northern Oklahoma on Saturday night rattled the entire state, including in Tulsa just after President Trump finished his return to the campaign trail before thousands of supporters.
President Donald Trump spoke to fans in Tulsa on Saturday, in an arena that had empty space on the floor and empty seats in the higher levels. Trump campaign officials claimed that protesters prevented fans from entering the stadium.
Supporters of President Donald Trump are lining up outside the Tulsa stadium where the president will hold his first rally in months.
The campaign's communications director, Tim Murtaugh, said in a statement that “quarantine procedures” were immediately initiated and no staff member who tested positive would attend the event.
The groups gathering in Tulsa are taking loyalty to a new level, though some called the coronavirus threat "an exaggeration."
More than two days before the president is set to take the stage in Oklahoma for his first rally since the coronavirus lockdowns, ardent Trump supporters are already lining up to camp outside the venue.
Amid renewed fears of an overwhelming coronavirus resurgence, President Donald Trump plans to rally his supporters June 20 in Tulsa for the first time since most of the country was shuttered by the novel coronavirus, despite warnings from medical experts and local officials.
The sign-up page for guests to register for tickets for President Donald Trump’s rally next week in Tulsa, Oklahoma contains a disclaimer stating attendees “voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19” and agree to not hold Trump’s campaign, the venue or any affiliates liable for any illness or injury.
An Oklahoma father accused of the deaths of his young son and daughter after they spent five hours in a hot truck was released after surveillance footage showed the children had climbed into the vehicle on their own, authorities said Monday.
An Oklahoma Father who was previously held on $750,000 bond after his two young children were found dead inside a hot truck was released after new video surfaced of his two children entering the car on their own.
The Trump campaign is making all June 20 rally attendees sign waivers "acknowledging that an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present."