Ashley Moss, KFOR

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Past articles by Ashley:

Homeowners out thousands of dollars after botched renovation

One metro area family said their home was left in shambles after a months long renovation worth thousands of dollars. → Read More

Principal hit with strip search lawsuit at area middle school

A principal in Edmond Public Schools faces a lawsuit after allegations of an unlawful strip search for a student back in 2021. → Read More

Oklahomans address public safety ahead of marijuana vote

Oklahomans will head to the polls Tuesday to decide whether to legalize recreational marijuana in the state. → Read More

Class action lawsuit detail jail mental health crisis

The State Department of Mental is at the center of a new lawsuit, claiming they aren’t giving inmates access to mental health resources fast enough. → Read More

Man says funeral home held father’s body for months

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. (KFOR) – An Oklahoma City man trying to make funeral arrangements for his father said a local funeral home held the body for nearly three months. Mateo Rosas said his family worked with the Heritage Funeral Home in OKC to transport his father’s body back to his hometown in Mexico shortly after […] → Read More

Renter shocked at bills for home repairs

One KFOR viewer said she took steps to protect her property, including letter water drop and leaving cabinet open, even putting a space heater near the pipes as the landlord suggested, to help protect them from freezing. → Read More

Oklahoma recreational marijuana advocates and opponents prepare for upcoming special election

Oklahoma voters are just a couple of weeks away from voting on legalizing recreational marijuana in the Sooner State. → Read More

EL Reno police stop robbery suspects headed the wrong way

A late night bolo for a car driving the wrong way along I-40 led El Reno Police to an arrest. → Read More

‘Holy smokes’: Couple says good Samaritan helped put fire out with feet, then vanished

An Oklahoma City family is searching for a man they said helped quickly put out a fire that suddenly broke out in their backyard over the weekend. → Read More

Hall of Fame removed from Dept. of Education

Oklahoma educators around the state were shocked to learn that the Oklahoma Educators Hall of Fame was removed from public display following a call from State Superintendent Ryan Walters for the portraits to be removed. → Read More

State law puts wrong name on birth certificate

Donnell Teal said from the day she was born, there’s never been any question that he was Lillian’s father. “The first time I held my daughter in my arms I cried,” he said. → Read More

Life sentence modified for man convicted in 2015 death of 6-year-old boy

The man convicted in a deadly 2015 head-on crash in north Oklahoma City had his life sentence modified in a Oklahoma County court. → Read More

Man fights for back wages from fast food chain

It’s ‘no bueno’ at Taco Bueno for some employees at the certain locations for the tex-mex chain across the metro. → Read More

Oklahoma deputy describes being “hunted” by suspect who allegedly killed partner

An Oklahoma deputy says she is lucky to be alive after a gunman shot two of her coworkers and then set his sights on her. She says if it wasn’t for a kind stranger, she probably would not have survived. → Read More

Competing priorities dominate 2023 legislative session

In the past Governor Stitt prioritized issues like taxes, education, marijuana and jobs. He shifted his focus for this 2023 agenda, but not all lawmakers seem to be on board. → Read More

Federal fund will replace stolen SNAP benefits

Help could be on the way for Oklahomans who have had their food stamp benefits drained right out of their bank accounts. → Read More

Lease feud stalls stadium build for semi-pro team

Instead of tossing footballs, representatives for Crossroads Mall and the United Football League are tossing serious accusations instead. → Read More

Oklahoma lawmakers propose changes to citizen-led petitions

In a Senate Judiciary committee meeting Tuesday, lawmakers voted affirmatively for Senate Bill 518, pertaining to the state’s initiative petition process. → Read More

‘He’d rather kill her’: Friend speaks out about Edmond murder victim

Dimithy McMillan said his friend, Demetria Jordan, was a person who cared deeply for others. → Read More

Oklahoma Tourism courting new restaurants for state parks

The Oklahoma Tourism & Recreation Department held its fifth open house to gather responses from all parties or suppliers interested in providing restaurant services at Oklahoma State Parks. → Read More