Porsha Riley, KOCO-5 Oklahoma City

Porsha Riley

KOCO-5 Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City, OK, United States

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  • KOCO-5 Oklahoma City
  • WVTM 13
  • WMTW TV
  • WLKY
  • WYFF News 4
  • KETV NewsWatch 7
  • KAKE News

Past articles by Porsha:

ACLU calls anti-abortion bill moving through Oklahoma Capitol dangerous

A House committee on Wednesday passed a bill that would outlaw abortion in nearly all circumstances in Oklahoma, putting it one step closer to becoming law. → Read More

Group expanding services to help youth experiencing homelessness in Oklahoma City

A local organization is expanding its services to help youth experiencing homelessness in the community. → Read More

Group calls for better conditions at Oklahoma County Jail week after deadly hostage situation

The incident has led to calls for better conditions inside the jail after claims that conditions at the Oklahoma County Jailcaused the hostage situation. → Read More

Gov. Stitt supports committee's recommendation of Dr. Kayse Shrum as OSU's next president

Dr. Kayse Shrum has been selected to be Oklahoma State University’s next president. → Read More

Deaf man thankful to be alive after separate fires in same month spark at house, apartment

This month has been one of the toughest for Billy Ford. → Read More

ACLU attorney says OKC wasted money on legal fees in fight to reinstate panhandling ordinance

Oklahoma City’s effort to have the U.S. Supreme Court reinstate a 2015 panhandling ordinance that would place restrictions on panhandling from street medians has failed. → Read More

Man remains positive after losing home, apartment in back-to-back fires

A deaf man escaped the fire near Northwest Fourth Street and Robert S. Kerr Avenue, as well as another fire less than one month ago. → Read More

OKLAHOMA SCHOOL DISTRICT RECOGNIZED: US Education Dept. recognizes Oklahoma school district for its COVID-19 response

A public school district in Oklahoma was among a handful of districts in the country that was recognized for its COVID-19 response. → Read More

COVID-19 VACCINE ELIGIBILITY IN OKLAHOMA: All adults in Oklahoma eligible for COVID-19 vaccine starting Monday

Health officials have urged Oklahomans to do their part by getting their first COVID-19 vaccine shot starting this week, putting the state one step closer to beating the virus. → Read More

STOP AAPI HATE: OKC community gathers to honor victims of Atlanta shooting, stop AAPI hate

People gathered at Wesley United Methodist Church in Oklahoma City on Wednesday to pay their respects and bring awareness to recent violence against Asian Americans. → Read More

Senate bill aimed to protect drivers who hit protesters stalls at Oklahoma Capitol

A bill that would provide criminal and civil protections for drivers who hit protesters while fleeing a riot stalled at the Oklahoma state Capitol with a 4-4 vote Wednesday. → Read More

STIMULUS FUNDS: IRS says some may have to wait a year for funds

People across the country are claiming to have received only a portion of their most recent stimulus check → Read More

VACCINE EVENT: Tribe to hold mass vaccination event, open to all

The Muscogee (Creek) Nation is hosting a mass vaccination event → Read More

Local groups offering help to members of Asian community in wake of Atlanta mass shooting

The Asia Society of Oklahoma and the Oklahoma State Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services want people to know help is available. → Read More

Doctors looking at the effects of COVID-19 on the brain

Doctors are discovering the effects of COVID-19 on the brain and how inflammation from the virus plays a role. → Read More

RACIST COMMENTS MADE TOWARD TEAM: Norman standout discusses winning state title after announcer made racist comments toward team

Standout forward Chantae Embry spoke with KOCO 5 about ending her high school career with such a big win after an announcer directed racist comments at her and her teammates this week. → Read More

Groups celebrate death of bill they say would have been detrimental to LGBTQ+ community

Local organizations like Freedom Oklahoma are celebrating the death of a House bill that would have prohibited state entities from conducting gender or sexual diversity training or counseling. → Read More

RACIST REMARKS AT BASKETBALL GAME: Man behind racist remarks blames diabetes

A racist rant at an Oklahoma high school basketball game was caught on a live feed. → Read More

RACIST REMARKS AT BASKETBALL GAME: Man behind racist remarks at Oklahoma HS girls basketball game apologizes, initially blames diabetes

A racist rant at an Oklahoma high school basketball game was caught on a live feed. The man on that recording spoke to KOCO 5 and apologized for his racist remarks, fully admitting to saying the slurs aimed at teenage girls. → Read More

PROTECTING DRIVERS DURING RIOTS: Oklahoma House passes bill aimed at protecting drivers who hit protesters while fleeing riot

The Oklahoma House of Representatives passed a bill aimed at protecting drivers who hit protesters while fleeing a riot. → Read More