Debra Worley, KWCH Eyewitness News

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Recent articles by Debra:

TSA agents find cat stowed in checked luggage

A TSA officer was shocked to find a family’s pet stowed inside a checked bag at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York. → Read More

‘A Christmas Story’ house is listed for sale

The house, located at 3159 W. 11th Street, was built in 1895. It was purchased on eBay in December 2004, according to the listing, and restored to its original movie glory. → Read More

Major retailers closing on Thanksgiving 2022

In years past, several big-box retailers began opening on Thanksgiving to extend deals typically reserved for Black Friday, but the COVID-19 pandemic changed that for a lot of stores in 2020. → Read More

PHOTOS: SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket blazes trail across the sky

SpaceX launched 53 Starlink broadband satellites and a Falcon 9 rocket from the Vandenburg Space Force Base in California shortly after 6 p.m. → Read More

Pickup truck plows into the side of Walmart

The front half of the truck broke through the outer wall of the store and came to a stop inside the Walmart, while the back half remained outside of the building. → Read More

Iconic Charlie Brown holiday classics won’t be on TV this year

Apple TV+ became the exclusive home to the franchise in 2020 and will be the only outlet airing the iconic specials. → Read More

Teen loses parents, sister in fiery crash driving home from his football game

A 15-year-old's parents and sister were killed in a fiery crash on the way home from his football game. → Read More

6-year-old boy severely burned trying to protect younger brother in car fire

A 6-year-old boy was severely burned as he tried to shield his 4-year-old brother from flames when their mother’s car caught fire in a parking lot. → Read More

Senior girls step in to save high school football game from forfeiting

A high school football team in a small town in Oklahoma nearly had to forfeit their game due to the lack of players. → Read More

Woman celebrates earning honorary GED at 90 years old

Ellouise Lewis dropped out of high school in the 10th grade and said she regretted that decision throughout her adult life. → Read More

Chick-fil-A employee recognized for heroic actions to thwart carjacking attempt

Mykel Gordon ran to a woman who was screaming for help when authorities say William Branch, 43, approached her wielding a stick and demanding her keys. → Read More

Endangered okapi calf born at Oklahoma City Zoo

The Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden is celebrating the birth of a rare, endangered okapi calf. → Read More

Youth football player dies unexpectedly after fulfilling dream of playing under the lights

Treven Ball played for a youth football team in Indiana. His family said he loved his friends, family and football. → Read More

Border patrol horse dies in the line of duty

Jayce, the agency’s mounted patrol partner, was on patrol near Carrizo Springs when he came in contact with a downed power line. → Read More

Woman, 88, befriends young man who she says saved her life

Despite having only met a few days ago, Sanks said meeting Kimbro has changed his life. → Read More

Gas prices continue to drop for the 12th week in a row

The national average price of gas has fallen to $3.75, which is down 29.5 cents from a month ago but is still 57.6 cents higher than a year ago. → Read More

Circle K offers 40-cent discount in special event Thursday

Many Circle K gas stations across the country are cutting fuel prices for drivers during a special three-hour event Thursday afternoon. → Read More

Girl, 9, trapped under 1,000-lb. hay bale airlifted to children’s hospital, recovering

Grahl said she walked into the barn and found her daughter's head and neck trapped between two bales of hay that were stacked on top of one another. → Read More

Buying canned whipped cream will now require ID in New York

The goal of the law is to combat the use of whipped cream chargers, also known as “whippits,” as a way to get high. → Read More

LISTEN: 8-year-old uses dad’s amateur radio to chat with astronaut aboard the ISS

Her call was answered by NASA astronaut Kjell Lindgren, commander of NASA SpaceX Crew-4, which launched on April 27 for a planned six-month mission. → Read More