Crystal Price, KOCO-5 Oklahoma City

Crystal Price

KOCO-5 Oklahoma City

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Past articles by Crystal:

Residents voice concerns over proposed oil and gas well in southwest Oklahoma City

A group made a request to put more limits on oil and gas activity in Oklahoma City during Wednesday's City Council meeting in response to a company wanting to place a horizontal well near Southwest 29th Street and Czech Hall Road. → Read More

Woman accused of running counterfeit operation at metro sober-living home

An Oklahoma City woman is in trouble after police said she was running a counterfeit operation out of the sober-living home where she was staying. → Read More

Woman caught on camera stealing pairs of glasses from Yukon store

Police are searching for a woman caught on camera sneaking three pairs of glasses into her purse at a metro store. → Read More

OU professor creates Instagram account to help sexual assault victims

Meredith Worthen teaches a class called Sexual Deviance and Society at the University of Oklahoma, and she said her students often will share their stories of sexual assault and harassment. → Read More

Proposed bill prohibits use of taxpayer dollars to pay superintendents' salaries

Where should Oklahoma superintendents' pay come from? → Read More

OCPD: Victim robbed by 2 men after arranging to meet woman through dating website

The website has become a place many people turn to in hopes of finding love. → Read More

'God is just working wonders,' woman says after prison sentence commuted

Gov. Mary Fallin this week commuted nine sentences for inmates serving 10 years or more for a crime that carries no prison time or a significantly shorter prison term now. → Read More

Norman business owners concerned by railroad repairs

Some much-needed improvements are coming to the railroads in downtown Norman, but those repairs mean Main Street will be closed. → Read More

Family scared after neighbor's pit bulls jump fence, attack dog in Mustang

A Mustang family is concerned for the safety of their neighborhood after members of the family said their dog was attacked by two neighboring pit bulls. → Read More

Doorbell cameras help catch porch pirates hitting Moore homes

Thief after thief have been caught on camera stealing packages off porches in Moore. → Read More

Norman mother fed up with drivers speeding past stopped school bus dropping off children

A Norman mother is fed up with drivers who aren't yielding to a stopped school bus letting off children, and she has a recent incident caught on camera. → Read More

Man caught on camera stealing Purcell gas station's donation jar meant for children

Police are searching for a man who was caught on camera stealing a Christmas donation jar from a gas station in Purcell. → Read More

Woman pleads for thieves to return late parents' wedding rings

Stancie Russell is still shaken up after she and her two children found their Cedar Lake home had been broken into over the weekend. → Read More

Proton therapy provider's bankruptcy puts future cancer patients' treatment in doubt

Hauli Gray said she might not be alive if it weren't for ProCure, a cancer treatment facility in Oklahoma. → Read More

Woman sought for string of car burglaries in 1 hour at 3 Moore day cares

Police are searching for a woman believed to be connected with three car break-ins at three day cares within one hour in Moore. → Read More

Proposed marijuana ordinance could drop jail time, save city of Norman money

With the passage of medical marijuana legislation, several cities in Oklahoma are taking steps to decriminalize possession of marijuana for everyone. → Read More

Proposed pet spay, neuter ordinance to address Norman's animal overpopulation problem

The city of Norman has experienced an animal overpopulation problem for some time, but a proposed ordinance could fix that. → Read More

Man finds meth, stolen property inside recovered stolen car not searched by police officers

Just two days after Michael Carson's dad's Suburban was stolen, he and his brother spotted the vehicle at a gas station in the small town of Pink. → Read More

Group hopes lawmakers can pass optometry bill that failed as state question

When it comes to taking care of your eyes, optical company owner Tim Tippit argues that Oklahomans pay 15 to 16 percent more than they should. → Read More

OKC police chief responds to FOP calling for him to be placed on leave

The Oklahoma City Police Department's chief is speaking out for the first time since the Fraternal Order of Police called for him to be put on administrative leave. → Read More