Patty Santos, KOCO-5 Oklahoma City

Patty Santos

KOCO-5 Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City, OK, United States

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Past articles by Patty:

Man arrested after kidnapping girl, 12, during carjacking

A 12-year-old Oklahoma City girl is home safe after her short kidnapping sent people on a desperate search to find her. → Read More

Man convicted of swindling 2013 Moore tornado victims sentenced

A man convicted of conning victims of the 2013 Moore tornado out of thousands of dollars has been sentenced. → Read More

Norman business owners concerned construction project could take longer than expected

Business owners along Lindsey Street in Norman have been waiting about two years for a bridge and highway project to be completed. → Read More

Victims of storm damage urged to be on lookout for potential scammers

Consumer Protection Unit workers in the state attorney general’s office are warning recent storm victims about fake roofers and tree trimmers arriving at your door. → Read More

Police file warrants in killings of northwest OKC woman, boy

A double homicide case from December is getting some traction this week after Oklahoma City police filed several search warrants. → Read More

Grady County man holds intruder at gunpoint until officers arrive

GRADY COUNTY, Okla. - An intruder was arrested after a Grady County homeowner held him at gunpoint until deputies arrived. → Read More

Body camera shows homeowner holding intruder at gunpoint until officers arrive

The Grady County Sheriff’s Office has released body camera footage of an incident involving a homeowner holding an intruder at gunpoint. → Read More

2 children attacked by dog at metro-area elementary school

Two students were injured at a metro-area elementary school last week when a dog entered their pre-kindergarten classroom and attacked them, school administrators said. → Read More

Moore police still searching for clues in woman’s disappearance

Moore police are still looking for clues in the disappearance of a 30-year-old woman who went missing nearly a year ago. → Read More

Norman attorney’s memory lives on with passage of bill to protect students

A murdered Norman attorney is helping protect students with special needs. → Read More

Daughter of woman killed by vicious dogs wants to strengthen state laws

An Oklahoma City dog owner charged with manslaughter after police said his dogs attacked and killed his neighbor is out on bond. → Read More

Thousands of Oklahomans wait to see how Congress votes on Affordable Care Act

More than 130,000 Oklahomans are waiting to see what action Congress will take on the Affordable Care Act. → Read More

Woman says quick walk at Lake Hefner cost her thousands

An Oklahoma City woman is warning trail users at Lake Hefner to be on the lookout for car burglars. → Read More

New law requires Oklahoma massage therapists to have state license

The state is taking steps to stop illegal massage businesses. → Read More

Author details nightmare of working with Tate Publishing

An Oklahoma author shared her story about dealing with Tate Publishing and her surprise at the arrest of the company owners. → Read More

Summer music program aimed at helping underprivileged children in jeopardy

A metro summer school music program for underprivileged children is in danger of not meeting its fundraising goals to make the workshop happen this year. → Read More

Tate Publishing CEO speaks after being accused of fraudulent business practices

The founder and CEO of a Mustang Christian-based publishing and music record company were arraigned Thursday on several complaints of fraudulent business practices. → Read More

ODOT forced to put brakes on highway construction projects

OKLAHOMA CITY — A cut in funding to fix roads across the state could end up costing Oklahomans millions more in contract penalties and lost federal funds. → Read More

4 charged with first-degree murder in deadly shooting of OU student

Four people, including two 17-year-old males, are facing first-degree murder charges in the death of University of Oklahoma student Nathan Ewing. → Read More

Expert offers tips for how to get rid of tree debris left behind by storms

The damage caused by the weekend storms will draw in companies and people with questionable intentions, and homeowners need to be on the lookout. → Read More