Austin Breasette, KFOR

Austin Breasette


Oklahoma City, OK, United States

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Past articles by Austin:

Amazon shows off new electric delivery vehicle in Oklahoma City

Amazon’s new electric delivery vehicles are out in full force in Oklahoma City and KFOR got a closer look on Wednesday. → Read More

Oklahoma woman to serve as DEI practitioner for NASA

An opportunity to work for NASA doesn’t come around often, but one Oklahoma woman has been selected to help the agency with diversity, equity, and inclusion. → Read More

Norman set to start debris cleanup Monday after last week’s tornado

Several residents in Norman might be thinking about what they need to do after a tornado scattered debris in several areas of town last week. → Read More

Court date set for man accused of leaving scene of fatal collision

A man accused of leaving the scene of a deadly crash back in November made his first court appearance Thursday morning. → Read More

Woman injured in dog attack says owner left the scene

A woman was injured in a dog attack Friday in southwest Oklahoma City that left her with open wounds on her arm and leg that had to be stitched up. → Read More

Northwest Oklahoma City restaurant investigated, authorities find illegal alcohol and drugs

It’s a big bust KFOR first brought to you in mid-February. A restaurant thought to be normal, until a complaint came in and authorities investigated it. → Read More

Calumet home explosion sends woman to hospital with half her body burned

A home explosion in Calumet left an entire home in shambles and one woman severely injured Monday evening. → Read More

Oklahoma woman becomes first female to issue official tornado watch for NWS Storm Prediction Center

A recent groundbreaking forecast by one of the National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center’s employees made history. → Read More

Cleveland Co. deputies arrest two men for drugs, stolen items, leaving child in ‘deplorable conditions’

The Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office says stolen items in the southern part of Cleveland County have been a problem for investigators for the past couple months. → Read More

Multiple agencies announce effort to save lives of trauma patients in Oklahoma City

Emergency crews in Oklahoma City announced the acquisition of a very important tool Wednesday needed to stabilize trauma victims while they are transported to the hospital. → Read More

Couple drives from Dallas to Oklahoma County to wed on Valentine’s Day

Love was in the air at the Oklahoma County Courthouse Tuesday as the marriage license office was booked with appointments, which gave one couple the opportunity to seal the deal on Valentine’s Day. → Read More

Metro fifth grader wins contest, story gets published in NYT best-selling book

A metro fifth-grader was honored at his school Monday morning after his writing was featured on the national stage. → Read More

Nearly 30 people granted U.S. citizenship during naturalization ceremony

Citizenship was granted to multiple people during a naturalization ceremony in downtown Oklahoma City Friday morning. → Read More

Interim Oklahoma County Jail CEO talks low staffing levels, employee searching

The new interim CEO said they’re trying to get back to normal numbers but claims staffing issues are the main source for most incidents that have happened there. → Read More

OKC crime rate continues decade-long downward trend

Crime rates in Oklahoma City have continued their steady decline over recent years. Officials with the Oklahoma City Police Department told KFOR they believe it’s for a variety of reasons. → Read More

Police urge citizens to lock guns away after recent firearm thefts from vehicles

Since Jan. 1, officers have investigated 57 firearms being stolen out of vehicles. → Read More

Piedmont softball player becomes first Native American high school athlete in US to ink NIL deal

15-year-old Taybor Moss has become only the second prep player in Oklahoma, and the first Native American High School Athlete in the country to ink a name, image, likeness, or NIL deal. → Read More

State school board shuffle: Proposed law seeks changes to who can be appointed to the board and how

A proposed law for the 2023 legislative session seeks to change who can be appointed to the State Board of Education and how they can be appointed. → Read More

Crews battle blaze in NE OKC home, officials say it was a hoarding situation

Oklahoma City fire crews battled a blaze in northeast Oklahoma City Wednesday morning that officials on scene called a hoarding situation. → Read More

Local grocery store working to knock down prices of 100 items in store

There’s a push to knock down the prices of 100 items inside a local grocery store in northeast Oklahoma City. → Read More