Andy Weber, KOCO-5 Oklahoma City

Andy Weber

KOCO-5 Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City, OK, United States

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Recent articles by Andy:

US Senate to cast final vote on bill protecting same sex marriage

Oklahoma lawmakers reacted as the U.S. Senate will cast their final vote on a bill that would protect same-sex marriage. → Read More

Oklahoma department announce nonprofit apply for financial relief

The Oklahoma Department of Commerce announced nonprofits will now be able to apply for financial relief. → Read More

Oklahoma lawmakers want to know what is legal after abortion ban

Months after Oklahoma’s abortion ban went into effect, some lawmakers still want to know what exactly is legal. → Read More

Oklahomans can avoid Thanksgiving foodborne illnesses with tips

Leaving food out for too long or consuming undercooked meals can lead to foodborne illnesses, which could potentially be dangerous. → Read More

Grants offer tribes help cleaning up abandoned oil and gas wells

There are several thousand of these wells on tribal land. When left unsealed, they can contaminate groundwater and harm wildlife. → Read More

Oklahoma counselor tips to ensure Thanksgiving is positive

An Oklahoma counselor provided tips to ensure Thanksgiving is a positive experience for everyone. → Read More

Group pushes to make abortion a constitutional right in Oklahoma

As a group pushes to make abortion a constitutional right in Oklahoma, there’s new attention on the process they’re trying to use. → Read More

Some shoppers swearing off Oklahoma mall after gallery display

This occurs after art portraying prominent politicians and media personalities as Nazis was displayed out in the open. → Read More

Electric vehicle maker closer to $1M incentive package from OKC

Canoo, the electric vehicle maker, is one step closer to receiving a $1 million incentive package from Oklahoma City. → Read More

Electric vehicle maker seeking $1M from Oklahoma City

An electric vehicle maker is seeking $1 million from Oklahoma City. → Read More

Oklahoma commissioners join litigation against e-cig company

Oklahoma County commissioners agreed to join litigation against e-cigarette manufacturers. → Read More

Oklahoma can wait decades to execute death row inmates. Here's why

Richard Fairchild's execution renewed questions about why the death penalty process is so long — and expensive. → Read More

Oklahoma group discusses complaint that led to DOJ investigation

The DOJ announced this week that it is investigating Oklahoma, Oklahoma City and the Oklahoma City Police Department following a complaint from the Oklahoma Disability Law Center → Read More

Inhofe farewell speech as Oklahoma’s longest serving senator

Sen. Jim Inhofe delivered his farewell speech as Oklahoma’s longest-serving senator. → Read More

Cherokee Nation wants Congress to honor treaties made years ago

The Cherokee Nation called on Congress on Wednesday to honor treaties made nearly 200 years ago. → Read More

Tulsa King, starring Sylvester Stallone, officially premieres

Oklahoma City is now on the streaming screen. → Read More

Who has the right to make gaming compacts with Oklahoma tribes?

Who has the right to make gaming compacts with Oklahoma tribes? → Read More

Oklahoma tribal veterans are invited to history-making project

The First Americans Museum invited veterans and those active in the military who are tribal citizens to participate in the second annual Making History Project. → Read More

Oklahoma lawmaker wants to get rid of straight party voting

Democrat lawmakers have already tried once to do away with straight-party voting, but it didn't get past committee. → Read More

Oklahoma City will house plant for electric vehicle company Canoo

Canoo announced Thursday that the plant will be able to produce 20,000 cars a year → Read More