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Past articles by Taylor:

Oklahoma vets use fish skin to heal badly burned puppy

Dr. Terrel and her team at Bella SPCA plan to use fish skin to help Arlo heal. → Read More

Fact or Fiction: Oklahoma doctors warn against COVID-19 misinformation

Public health officials are sounding the alarm, warning the unvaccinated to change course, but still, so many hesitate to get the vaccine and some continue to listen to misinformation spreading like wildfire on social media. → Read More

Oklahoma City pharmacy donates face masks to Oklahoma County Jail

As COVID-19 cases continue to ramp up around the state, masks are once again being required inside the Oklahoma County Detention Center. → Read More

Deadly stabbing shakes Oklahoma City neighborhood

One person is dead after a stabbing Wednesday morning in Oklahoma City. → Read More

OU Professor goes missing from Nevada hike

A University of Oklahoma professor is missing in Nevada. → Read More

Organization giving away millions of dollars in healthcare to uninsured Oklahomans

“We have a mission to be a catalyst to help individuals gain access to healthcare who wouldn’t be able to otherwise,” said Jeanean Yanish Jones, the Executive Director of the Healthcare Alliance for the Uninsured. → Read More

Oklahoma Christian University, INTEGRIS team up for innovative nursing program

As Oklahoma continues to face a large nursing workforce shortage, Oklahoma Christian University and INTEGRIS are teaming up to create an innovative way to increase the state’s nursing workforce. → Read More

“It’s just nasty,” Raw sewage problems persist at Oklahoma City apartments

A metro apartment in southwest Oklahoma City is plagued with raw sewage problems. → Read More

Oklahoma trooper, self-proclaimed dog whisperer saves pup hiding from the rain

Friday morning, he saved two other dogs along a different highway. Not five minutes after we left the interview, he got another call about three more hunting dogs who needed help. → Read More

State lawmaker says years-long flooding at capitol complex needs to be fixed

The tunnels connecting the buildings in the State Capitol’s North Complex are once again filling with water. → Read More

Thousands of dollars in lawncare equipment stolen from Pay It 4Ward recipient

A Pay It 4Ward alumni says thousands of dollars' worth of lawncare equipment was stolen from his storage unit. → Read More

Flix Brewhouse reopening after months of closure

After months and months of closure, Flix Brewhouse in Oklahoma City is reopening its doors. → Read More

Murder charges filed against 5 inmates allegedly involved in March Oklahoma County Jail hostage situation

Five men are being charged in the deadly hostage situation at the Oklahoma County Jail back in March. → Read More

Skydance Bridge to light up the night sky for pollinators

The Oklahoma City Skydance Bridge will be lit in bright yellow and orange on Monday, June 21 to raise awareness for Monarch butterflies. → Read More

Oklahoma’s economy roaring back as hospitality industry faces critical worker shortage

As Oklahoma’s economy roars back to life, the hospitality industry is facing a new challenge. → Read More

Oklahoma City middle school teacher crowned new Miss Oklahoma

23-year-old Ashleigh Robison was crowned with the title June 12. She teaches Language Arts to seventh graders at F.D. Moon Middle School in Oklahoma City. → Read More

13th annual “PieceWalk” brings awareness to Oklahomans with autism

The walk is Saturday, June 12 at 7 p.m. at Scissortail Park in Downtown OKC. → Read More

Oklahoma health leaders hoping incentives push residents to get vaccinated

The Oklahoma City-County Health Department is hoping businesses will help in the push to get Oklahomans vaccinated. → Read More

What you need to know: Amazon Sidewalk coming to Oklahoma next week

Beginning next week, the Amazon Sidewalk will be active in Oklahoma and across the country. → Read More

Spike in Oklahoma unemployment fraud cases as state nears end of federal extended benefits

“We anticipated seeing a lot more activity because criminals are trying to get as much money as they can before benefits are cut off,” said Oklahoma Employment Security Commission Director, Shelley Zumwalt. → Read More