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Past articles by Kaylee:

‘Unsure times’: City of Clinton takes first steps to reopen hospital after months

Clinton Regional Hospital has been closed for over three months, forcing residents to drive at least 15 minutes to the nearest healthcare facility. After last week's election, the ball to reopening the hospital is on the move. → Read More

‘Overreach of the state government’: Senate passes bill limiting reading materials in schools, public libraries

“No print or nonprint material or media in a school district library, charter school library, or public library shall include content that the average person eighteen (18) or older applying contemporary community standards would find has a predominant tendency to appeal to prurient interest in sex,” SB397 reads. → Read More

‘We should be expanding gun rights’: OK legislator proposes eliminating gun-free zones in schools

Protestors flooded the Capitol steps Monday morning to voice their concerns of needing more gun safety measures. Meanwhile, one state legislator says gun rights need to be expanded. → Read More

‘You’re attacking the livelihood of my family’: OK disabled veteran overcharged on water bill by $1000s

A disabled veteran and his wife received their February water bill only to find out they owed Logan County Rural Water District 1 $3,014.44. → Read More

Customer searches for truck after Oklahoma repair shop closes

Brotherhood Garage permanently shut down its Yukon location October 1, but a frustrated customer says they still have his truck even six months after closure. → Read More

‘Major violations’: Pink Parrot surrenders liquor license after being cited by ABLE Commission

The Pink Parrot has surrendered its liquor license following a stabbing that landed eight people in the hospital Saturday. → Read More

‘Better safety, security, and comfort’: Unaccompanied minors no longer allowed in Bricktown after 9 p.m.

The curfew was set for a public hearing Tuesday with a vote on March 14, but it was instead voted on Tuesday by emergency resulting in the approval of the 9 p.m. curfew change. → Read More

‘Everything is gone’: Tornado devastates Cheyenne community, killing one

A late night tornado made a direct path through Cheyenne on Sunday, leaving behind a trail of destruction and heartache. → Read More

‘Very happy’: Oklahoma couple reimbursed one year later for custom table that never showed up

Jarrod Rees and his wife purchased a custom table last year, but it never showed up on the delivery date. They were still fighting to get their money back a year later, but with the help of KFOR’s In Your Corner team, they were fully reimbursed this week. → Read More

‘Cedar has been really high’: Allergists on high alert as loads of pollen blow through Oklahoma

A local allergist says because of the cold weather and strong winds the metro has recently had, cedar trees are producing a ton of pollen which is landing several people in a doctor’s office. → Read More

‘I don’t want to believe it’: OK family in shambles after fatal skydiving accident

44-year-old Heather Glasgow went skydiving at Adventure Skydiving Center in Sallisaw Saturday afternoon, but hit the ground and later passed away due to her injuries. → Read More

OK couple pays local furniture builder $1000s, says store owner ‘ghosted’ them shortly after

A metro couple paid a $1,900 deposit to Jameson Brothers Designs almost a year ago, but they say they were essentially “ghosted” shortly after making that payment. → Read More

‘Overwhelming, exciting’: Grand opening of Oklahoma’s largest Catholic church attracts 1000s

Thousands of people filled the sidewalks outside of the Blessed Stanley Rother Shrine Friday morning to witness history. → Read More

“Part of my parents’ retirement”: OKC jewelry heist costs two businesses close to $1M

The owners of Moncada’s Gold Jewelry and Joyería Luz Mari were walking into their flea market booths Sunday morning when they found their safes had been cut through and everything inside of them had been stolen. → Read More

Wellston church members concerned if they can afford repair costs after multiple break-ins, vandalism

The Cornerstone Baptist Church off Highway 102 has been vandalized four times in as many months – including a break-in just after 4 p.m. Wednesday. → Read More

‘It’s like my lifeline’: Bad gas at Anadarko gas station leaves several drivers without their cars

Several Anadarko drivers say shortly after fueling up at Apache Market Two, their cars started to sputter and then completely shut down. → Read More

Norman esthetician under investigation for embezzlement, allegedly performing unlicensed services

Norman Police and the Oklahoma State Board of Cosmetology are currently investigating The Beauty Bar Aesthetics and Lasers after receiving complaints of fraudulent charges as well as allegedly performing services they’re not licensed for. → Read More

‘We were just being played’: Handful of vendors pull out of Crossroads Mall, ownership unsure of reopening date

Crossroads Mall told KFOR in October their plan was to reopen before Christmas, but now halfway through February and they’re unable to lock in a date. → Read More

Two young children found living in OKC home filled with animal feces and urine

The Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office served an eviction notice to a family Wednesday morning, but when they looked inside the home, an investigation emerged. → Read More

Oklahoma caretaker scares off bogus lawyer who nearly conned 87-year-old out of $12k

An Oklahoma grandmother was nearly conned out of $12,000 by someone posing as a lawyer allegedly trying to get her grandson out of jail for a hit-and-run. → Read More