Chase Horn, KFOR

Chase Horn


Huntsville, AL, United States

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Past articles by Chase:

CVS: 27,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered at 176 nursing homes across the state

So far, CVS has immunized around 27,000 people in 176 long term care facilities across Oklahoma. → Read More

People waiting on the vaccine frustrated with lack of communication

First responders started getting their COVID vaccines this week as part of phase two of the State Health Department's distribution plan, but other groups in the later parts of phase two say they aren't being told anything about when and where to get a shot when it's their turn. → Read More

OSDH says over 40,000 Oklahomans have received the COVID-19 vaccine, Phase 2 distribution plan released

The Oklahoma State Department of Health says it's already gone through its first shipment of the COVID-19 vaccine. The Phase 2 roll out plan is released → Read More

First Oklahoma long term care resident receives COVID-19 vaccine

As health leaders continue to worry about the consequences regarding COVID-19 and the Christmas holiday, officials are moving forward to continue vaccinating the state’s most vulnerable to the disease. → Read More

Seminole Nation attempting to tax oil producers in Seminole County, AG Hunter says it’s not legal

The landmark Supreme Court McGrit decision focuses primarily on criminal jurisdiction, but now it looks like the Seminole Nation is trying to tax oil producers in Seminole County, something Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter says is illegal. → Read More

One of Oklahoma’s first frontline fighters to get COVID-19 vaccine reports no ill effects

On Monday, the first healthcare workers in Oklahoma received the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, and one of the very first Oklahomans that received the vaccine says so far, she’s had little to no side effects. → Read More

Oklahoma hospitals begin distributing COVID-19 vaccine to healthcare workers

The 33,000 doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine that Oklahoma received on Monday are heading to hospitals across the state, but from there it's up to the hospitals to decide the best way to get that vaccine to their healthcare workers. → Read More

Epic battle: Former State Virtual Charter School board member levels charges against Governor and Epic co-founder

In a letter first published in the Tulsa World, former head of the State Virtual Charter School Board John Harrington says EPIC Charter Schools co-founder David Chaney told him the Governor wanted the board and EPIC to work things out in private, instead of in open meetings. → Read More

Oklahoma doctors plead with Oklahomans to continue to wear masks and slow the spread

Oklahoma doctors are predicting the state could see 2,000 new people in the hospital, and 42 Oklahomans dying each day for a New Year’s peak of COVID-19. → Read More

OESC announces the State Extended Benefits Program will end on Saturday

On Friday, the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission announced the State Extended Benefits program was ending December 12. → Read More

Oklahoma City couple still able to donate convalescent plasma 8 months after recovering from COVID-19

An Oklahoma couple that was one of the first in the state to test positive for COVID-19 still has enough antibodies in their system to make useful convalescent plasma donations. → Read More

Lab that provides free COVID-19 tests running short on state funds

The holiday testing surge put a strain on facilities across the state that offer free COVID-19 tests. → Read More

Gov. Stitt donates plasma, encourages others that have recovered from COVID-19 to do the same

In an effort to help Oklahomans battling COVID-19, Gov. Kevin Stitt made his second convalescent plasma donation on Tuesday. He also encouraged other Oklahomans who have recovered from the virus to do the same. → Read More

40-foot tall leg lamp from ‘A Christmas Story’ stands in Chickasha in ‘indescribably beautiful’ glory

The City of Chickasha is known for its 'Festival of Light' display, but now there's hope it will also be known for a giant leg lamp from the holiday classic 'A Christmas Story'. → Read More

Moderna COVID-19 vaccine volunteer loses a friend to the virus

Shelley Stutchman is one of Moderna's volunteers for the Oklahoma City phase-3 COVID-19 vaccine trial. She says the vaccine has given her a sense of security in these uncertain times. → Read More

Governor Stitt replaces Virtual Charter School Board President two months before EPIC hearing

The hearing to decide if EPIC Charter Schools violated its contract with the State Virtual Charter School Board is scheduled for January 20, 2021, but Governor Stitt recently made the decision to replace Board President John Harrington. → Read More

Debate over Oklahoma State Question 805 continues as early voting begins

Early voting started Thursday, and one of the most highly debated items on the ballot is Oklahoma State Question 805. → Read More

Woman FaceTimes her daughter during attempted home invasion

Moore police say an elderly woman and her husband were home when someone attempted to kick down their door and break in during the middle of the day. → Read More

AAA working hard to help drivers with car trouble during icy conditions

Tuesday was a busy one for AAA. Crews answered more than 300 calls before lunch, and not just for accidents. → Read More

Preparing for Oklahoma winter weather and ice storms

It's easy for a cold front with freezing temperatures in October to catch you off guard, but if that means you're scrambling around to prepare, it's important to do it safely. Whether it's a chimney or a furnace, the Oklahoma City Fire Department recommends having professionals check them out to make sure they are in proper working condition. “We had a call this morning. One of our crews went… → Read More