Christine Stanwood, MyNBC5 (WPTZ)

Christine Stanwood


Oklahoma City, OK, United States

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Past articles by Christine:

Mother of Julius Jones thankful her son is off Oklahoma death row

Julius Jones' mother gave thanks to Gov. Kevin Stitt and God that her son's life was spared after he spent more than 20 years on Oklahoma death row. → Read More

Hunters beware: Deer added to growing list of animals that can carry, transmit COVID-19

Hunters beware: Deer added to growing list of animals that can carry, transmit COVID-19 → Read More

Hunters beware: Deer added to growing list of animals that can carry, transmit COVID-19

Hunters beware: Deer added to growing list of animals that can carry, transmit COVID-19 → Read More

Surveillance video released in shooting of Bricktown security guard

Oklahoma City police request the help of the public in identifying a man seen in the surveillance video shooting a security guard in Bricktown over the weekend. → Read More

Edmond police investigate a series of car break-ins at dog park

After several car burglaries at the dog park off E 33rd Street on Sunday, Edmond police are investigating the string of break-ins that resulted in thousands of dollars worth of stolen wallets and purses. → Read More

DEPUTY RECOVERING: Garey Knoles thanks community for support

Garey Knoles says he's working to recover not just for himself and his family, but for all the people throughout his community and beyond who have supported him and prayed for him. → Read More

CHILD VACCINE: COVID-19 vaccine appointments for kids available

Appointments are available now at metro pharmacies, while the the Oklahoma City-County Health Department and state Health Department will have them on a different schedule. → Read More

Pottawatomie County deputy shot 7 times in Bethel Acres speaks with KOCO 5

For the first time we’re hearing from deputy Garey Knoles. → Read More

Oklahoma doctors address parents' concerns about getting children vaccinated for COVID-19

We’re getting the “Facts on the Vaccine.” Now that the FDA has authorized the use of Pfizer’s vaccine for kids ages 5-11. We took your questions to local doctors about vaccinating your kids. Dr. Donna Tyungu from Oklahoma Children’s Hospital OU Health says "the most important message would be that this vaccine has been studied extremely rigorously. It's gone through preclinical trials, phase one… → Read More

‘Badges and Burritos’ fundraiser for deputy shot on Friday

Knoles is still in an Oklahoma City hospital in intensive care → Read More

About 375,000 children in Oklahoma eligible for COVID-19 vaccine

The question remains: 'How soon can parents get their child vaccinated?' → Read More

After tragedy in Bethel Acres, the families speak out

Sarah was found dead inside the home and Braedon was found about 100 yards behind the house. → Read More

Pottawatomie County deputy’s loved ones give update

Now, his loved ones and the sheriff told KOCO 5 about how the deputy is doing today. → Read More

Oklahoma doctors discuss RSV going into the winter months

While the battle with COVID-19 continues, Oklahoma doctors discuss the current trends in pediatric viruses. → Read More

New details emerge about Friday’s manhunt and standoff

In a newly obtained affidavit filed by an Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation agent, the moments leading up to the manhunt on 27-year-old Braedon Chesser are detailed. → Read More

Group reacts to execution of Oklahoma death row inmate John Grant

Protesters and members of a church gathered outside the Oklahoma State Penitentiary in McAlester on Thursday during the execution of death row inmate John Grant. → Read More

One year anniversary of $14.8 million ‘October Ice Storm’

In a future event, Oklahomans are advised to act as quickly as possible. → Read More

Oklahoma is 'not out of the woods yet' with delta variants

In Tuesday’s Healthier Oklahoma update, Bratzler said that though we are coming out of the delta variant surge, we cannot become complacent. → Read More

Edmond police investigate substitute teacher removed from teaching

A student reported inappropriate behavior by a substitute teacher late on Friday at Frontier Elementary, according to parents. → Read More

What parents should know about vaccinations for children under 12

KOCO 5 spoke with Dr. Douglas Drevets, the Chief of Infectious Diseases at OU Health about what parents need to know when it comes to the vaccine. → Read More