Hunter McEachern, KFOR

Hunter McEachern


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Past articles by Hunter:

Mega bill giving tax incentives to big business headed to Oklahoma Governor’s desk

A mega bill passed in record time. Just days ago, Governor Kevin Stitt first brought up the deal in a press conference, and now, House Bill 4455 is headed to his desk. → Read More

Oklahoma lawmakers advance bill requiring insurance coverage of diagnostic mammograms

A bill that would require insurance companies to cover diagnostic mammograms is one step closer to becoming Oklahoma law. → Read More

Proposed Senate alcohol bills one step closer to amending Oklahoma laws

The Oklahoma House of Representatives passed two proposed alcohol bills on the floor Wednesday that would amend current state law. → Read More

House advances “mega deal” bill touted by Gov. Stitt to incentivize companies moving to Oklahoma

The Oklahoma House of Representatives voted to advance a bill that would increase tax breaks for companies. → Read More

Easter 2022: Here’s the holiday’s top ranked candy

Easter is nearly here and for many that also means enjoying some favorite holiday candies. → Read More

Discounted rain barrels for sale to conserve water, reduce pollution across Oklahoma

Oklahoma residents are being encouraged to conserve water and reduce pollution. To help make that possible, the several municipalities in the state and the Central Oklahoma Storm Water Alliance (COSWA) are offering discounted rain barrels. → Read More

Oklahoma City councilman to host town hall regarding ACCESS Oklahoma turnpike expansion

Oklahoma City Ward 4 Councilman Todd Stone is set to host a town hall on April 14 regarding the planned turnpike expansion. → Read More

‘Pioneer Woman’ Ree Drummond to speak at Oklahoma State University’s 2022 Commencement

‘Pioneer Woman’ Ree Drummond will be the commencement speaker at Oklahoma State University’s commencement next month. → Read More

Francis Tuttle Technology Center to host job fair with 70+ employers

Looking for your next career? Look no further than Francis Tuttle. The Technology Center is hosting a community job fair April 29. → Read More

Oklahoma music festival and BBQ competition to raise money for Nicoma Park Fire Department

It’s a good time for a good cause… It’s the Highway 62 Music Fest & BBQ Competition! → Read More

Oklahoma man pays over $100k for allegedly using deceased’s Social Security benefits

An Oklahoma City man has paid almost $123,000 to settle claims that allege he wrongfully obtained social security benefits for someone else. → Read More

Lawton man sentenced to 120 months in federal prison after robbing an Oklahoma bank with a fake bomb

A federal judged has sentenced a Lawton man to 120 months in prison for robbing a bank with a fake bomb. → Read More

New at the OKC Zoo! One-of-a-kind exhibit to feature toy brick animals

The Oklahoma City Zoo has a brand new experience for the community to enjoy and it’s called BRICKLIVE Animal Paradise! → Read More

Belle Isle Library reopens to the public; here’s what’s new after the $7.8 renovation and expansion

The doors are back open at the Belle Isle Library in Oklahoma City after a $7.8 million renovation and expansion. → Read More

L.A. man who caused flight diversion to OKC pleads guilty

A man who caused a flight to be diverted to Oklahoma City in December 2021 has pleaded guilty to interference with a flight attendant. → Read More

House committee advances bill preventing nonbinary designation on Oklahoma birth certificates

A House committee has advanced a bill that would prevent nonbinary designation on Oklahoma birth certificates. → Read More

Bill amending student driving procedures in OK fails in Senate committee

The Hope Shaffer Act, a House bill regarding student driving in Oklahoma, failed Monday in a Senate committee meeting. → Read More

No charges filed for dog hit by car, assault caught on camera in Okemah

A dog hit by a car, a woman hit in the face and a gun pulled on a group of people, all caught on camera. → Read More

Senate committee approves bill to incentivize teaching field in OK

The Senate Education committee approved a House bill Tuesday that would develop a scholarship program in hopes to incentivize students entering the teaching field. → Read More

Senate approves bill to remove cap on OK adjunct teachers

The full Senate voted to advance a bill that will help fill Oklahoma’s current teacher void. → Read More