This is that time of year where we, and other news outlets, remind you of the fatal consequences that occur when you leave your kids or pets in hot cars. But two Ohio parents now face charges after their baby died during a hot drive through Oklahoma.
Can a car ever be considered a hero? There are some people in Moore, Oklahoma who might see the bright orange 2012 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon known as "Stomper" that way. Though the Jeep was badly damaged, its owner reportedly used it to rescue people from the devastating storm. And now Stomper is getting a full rebuild.
This Mustang got wrapped around a tree by the EF5 tornado that hit Oklahoma. The tornado couldn't kill the car though, and it didn't stop it from doing a burnout.
And he's still driving it.
See the little blue arrows in that video? Those are storm chasers in their vehicles. Now see that big white blob that moves across the screen? That's the tornado in El Reno, Oklahoma that is considered the widest one in U.S. history and killed four storm chasers on Friday.
On May 31st, storm chaser Chris Novy was driving around the Oklahoma tornadoes when he saw the road ahead of him was flooded. He pulled a u-turn to get out of the way, but plunged into a hidden embankment. His dashcam recorded the horrifying drop.
Three members of the TWISTEX storm chasing team including Tim Samaras, his son Paul Samaras, and chase partner Carl Young were killed on Friday in El Reno, Oklahoma when a tornado made a direct hit on their vehicle. The storm's total death toll now stands at 12.
Storms pummeled Oklahoma again yesterday as the full weight of tornado season bears upon the state, and the pressure was too much for one road in the eastern part of Oklahoma County. The whole side of the road appears to have completely collapsed into the gaping maw of a giant sinkhole.
We just received this tweet from a storm chaser following the same storm as The Weather Channel, we're waiting to see if there are more tweets from TWC or Jim Cantore confirming everyone was ok.
A man in Moore, Oklahoma had his Chevy pickup thrown and rolled completely across the street by a tornado, but amazingly the truck's engine still ran. That's something the owner can be proud of.
Torque steer is a bitch. I once almost planted a Mazdaspeed3 in Lake Michigan after I enthusiastically laid my Onitsuka Tigers on the go pedal up a Lakeshore Drive onramp. I don't know how this teenager managed to plant his Mazdaspeed3 in the ground, but I've got a good guess.
Saturday was just another day on the job for a sheriff's deputy in Oklahoma and his canine partner — until they were hit head-on by a drunk driver in broad daylight. Everyone survived, but as this video shows, it wasn't just a fender bender.
Exhausted after years of attempting to fight crime and corruption through extralegal means, Batman's running for City Council in Tulsa, Okla. It's an unlikely journey for Mike Batman, who went from Syrian immigrant to dishwasher to car salesman to, hopefully, elected official.
America's mugshot photographers rarely have quite as much mystery to work with as in this case from Oklahoma, where this ninja allegedly dragged a pedestrian 100 feet before fleeing. Rodeo clown? Juggalo? Mime angry that he lives in Oklahoma?
If you're gonna speed on public streets don't tape it. If you do tape it, don't upload it to YouTube with the title "1000+ HP Corvette Doing 195+ mph." Otherwise, you'll end up in handcuffs like this 30-year-old from Oklahoma.
After eluding numerous spike strips and attempts by a Dodge Charger Police Edition to run them off the road, the brothers behind the helm of this Mitsubishi Galant raced off the Oklahoma highway and into a Chili's parking lot. Once inside the parking lot they were easy pickin's for the state troopers, slamming into a…
Mike Ward, CEO of Tiger Truck LLC, thinks his Chinese-designed, Oklahoma-built Tiger Champ truck is just what Oklahoma farmers need — particularly with 37 MPG from its Caterpillar-sourced three-cylinder diesel engine. With a retail price of about $13,000, the price point is certainly right. So why isn't the nation…
An undetermined brown-red spray showered a cadre of classic cars at the 35th annual Pontiac Oakland Convention in Tulsa, Oklahoma. They've yet to determine the makeup or the source of the airborne spew, but it damaged most of the 369 vehicles involved in the show. And given that the judging process required at least…
Step up, R. E. Humbertson (or his heir; Mr. Humbertson would be 85 if he's still around)- Tulsa has a Belvedere with zero miles for you! Sure, there's a bit of water damage, but we bet the eBay value of the intact parts (there should be something intact) must be worth having. The deal back in '57 was that whoever…