Leslie Rangel, KFOR

Leslie Rangel


Oklahoma City, OK, United States

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Past articles by Leslie:

Shielding your home during earthquakes

OKLAHOMA CITY - The moving and rattling continues in our state. In less than six hours, three earthquakes greater than 3 magnitude hit. With earthquakes, it's hard to predict when or how hard they'... → Read More

Mail stolen from N.W. Oklahoma City home, owners believe thieves were tipped off about delivery

OKLAHOMA CITY – A shopping spree with a stolen credit card. Thieves stole the card right out of the mailbox of a northwest Oklahoma City home. It was all caught on video. And, something on that vid... → Read More

NTSB: Truck driver high on synthetic marijuana claims lives of four college students

OKLAHOMA CITY - Four people were killed and five others were seriously injured, when a semi plowed across a median and slammed into a bus of college students. It happened in September of 2014. Tues... → Read More

Oklahoma dad says God’s shield saved his son during Paris attacks

OKLAHOMA CITY –The Paris attacks have hit home for many people, for some, much closer than others. Mike Corsaut of Oklahoma City says his son is a missionary planting churches in Paris. Cors... → Read More

“Keeping people in the dark is not democrat or republican. It’s just bad government,” Oklahoma democrats asking for more transparency

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. - Governor Mary Fallin has been under much scrutiny in recent weeks, and now the Oklahoma Democratic Party is filing formal complaints against her office. They've also proposed... → Read More

Veteran’s special work boots stolen from front porch

PONCA CITY, Okla. – On a day where veterans are thanked for their services, one man is searching for the person that stole a pair of boots from his front porch. The boots had special inserts for th... → Read More

Community rallies to rehire Piedmont softball coach, school board launches investigation

PEIDMONT, Okla. -- Monday night, a groups of students, parents and supporters banded together to demand a coach get his job back. The Piedmont softball coach says he was forced to resign by his sup... → Read More

Blanchard mother says 5-year-old son with autism assaulted on school bus

BLANCHARD,Okla.- A kindergartner is recovering from bruises after his mom says he was attacked on the bus by a 6th grade boy. Suzan Parks says her son told her an older boy sat on his "tummy" and s... → Read More

OU president lets OGS have $200,000 grant to improve earthquake research

OKLAHOMA - The Oklahoma Geological Survey will now receive the total amount of a grant given to them by State Energy and Environment secretary Michael Teague. Right now, the heart of earthquake mon... → Read More

OSU Cowyboys gather for Homecoming Parade Memorial

STILLWATER, Okla. - It was an emotional but beautiful evening Tuesday night at Gallagher-Ibam, as people gathered to honor lost lives, saved lives and to thank the people supporting the Cowboy fami... → Read More

Chesapeake, Devon Energy face federal lawsuit over waste water injection wells

OKLAHOMA CITY - Two earthquakes struck central Oklahoma Monday, Nov. 2. The larger of the two near Langston, the other centered near Guthrie, Oklahoma. One group is calling out energy companies. An... → Read More

“I think these pictures depict the brutality and the true strength of the officer,” Attorney of 16-year-old assaulted student speaks out

OKLAHOMA CITY - An Oklahoma City teen allegedly punched in the face by a school resource officer is back at school. MSgt. Thomas Jaha said he hit the student in self defense, after the teen alleged... → Read More

"I\'m like, \'Oh, this is a Halloween prank\'" Witness says he saw woman carrying stick with butcher knife on end

OKLAHOMA CITY - Halloween tricks are not unusual this time of year, but police said this crime scene was anything but funny. One man mistook an armed robbery for a seasonal prank. The father of fou... → Read More

“There’s really nothing else they could do for her,” Adacia Chambers’ father tried to get help

OKLAHOMA -- Much talk has surfaced about whether Adacia Chambers was suffering from mental illness or not. We know Adacia has been treated and released for mental illness in the past. In just one y... → Read More

Crescent ambulance service to shut down

CRESCENT, Okla. -- The town of Crescent is being forced to suspend their ambulance service. First responders could come from nearby Guthrie, located 15 miles away, with an approximate 18-minute dri... → Read More

Rooster makes a home inside Oklahoma City fire station

OKLAHOMA CITY -- Fire stations are known for having four-legged dalmatian mascots, but here in Oklahoma, we like to change things up. It was a two-legged mascot that wondered into a metro fire stat... → Read More

Walmart proposal for N. Edmond store fails

EDMOND,Okla. -- In a split decision, the Edmond Planning Commission voted 2 against 2 in a decision that will not allow a Walmart to be put next to an Edmond neighborhood. The original proposal was... → Read More

Neighbors say new Edmond Walmart is breaking rules, encroaching on neighborhood property

EDMOND, Okla. --The retail giant's plan is to build on the corner of Covell and Coltrane. Now, the city is saying Walmart has overstepped their limits and removed too many trees. The rules state th... → Read More

Cats vanishing from Mesta Park homes

OKLAHOMA CITY,Okla. - A mystery in the Mesta Park neighborhood. Residents said their pet cats are disappearing and fear it has some connection with Halloween that's just around the corner. Mesta Pa... → Read More

“It has been emotionally draining for us,” Chief opens up about Kirsten Hatfield case

MIDWEST CITY, Okla. - Midwest city's police chief is opening up about the case that has haunted him for the last 18 years. For almost two decades, Chief Brandon Clabes has been searching for answer... → Read More