Erin Beu, KOCO-5 Oklahoma City

Erin Beu

KOCO-5 Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City, OK, United States

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Past articles by Erin:

STEM LEARNING: OKC Memorial and Museum teaches about STEM

Metro students are learning how important STEM careers were in Oklahoma City on April 19, 1995 → Read More

SAD STORY: Rain leaves home near collapse and insurance won't pay

Another chance of rain makes a local man even more desperate for someone to save his house → Read More

ILLEGAL MARIJUANA GROW: Man sought in connection with several illegal marijuana grow operations in OKC metro

Authorities have issued an arrest warrant for a man accused of having several illegal marijuana growing operations across the Oklahoma City metro. → Read More

Homeowner glad no one was hurt when suspect crashed into Yukon pool during police chase

A person was taken into custody after a pickup truck crashed into a swimming pool during a police chase Tuesday morning in Yukon. → Read More

Security guard shoots man during altercation outside restaurant near downtown OKC

A security guard shot a person during an altercation Friday night outside a Taco Bell near downtown Oklahoma City. → Read More

DHS warns people of text message scam targeting Oklahomans on food assistance programs

A text message scam going out across Oklahoma is targeting those who get government assistance, specifically people on food assistance programs. → Read More

OSU expert urges horse owners to get their horses vaccinated for West Nile virus

Experts at Oklahoma State University are warning horse owners to get their horses vaccinated against the West Nile virus. → Read More

Oklahoma City to get 577 acres zoned for new industries as part of land swap

A land swap between the Oklahoma Industries Authority and the Commissioners of the Land Office is expected to provide Oklahoma City with 577 acres to lure new industries. → Read More

BACK-TO-SCHOOL VACCINATIONS: OKC-County Health Dept. reopens northeast clinic for back-to-school vaccinations

The Oklahoma City-County Health Department reopened its northeast clinic for back-to-school vaccinations. → Read More

HOMELESSNESS IN OKC: Task force releases plan on how to help end homelessness in Oklahoma City

The Oklahoma City Mayor Task Force released its plan to help end homelessness. → Read More

Logan County emergency manager's quick thinking helps protect children, adults during chase

A wild, high-speed chase in Logan County ended in a crash involving a deputy. Authorities said nobody was hurt likely because of an attentive first responder who told KOCO 5 he was at the right place at the right time. → Read More

EDMOND LIBERTYFEST FIREWORKS SHOW: Man in charge of Edmond LibertyFest's fireworks show excited for celebration's return

Many towns and cities across the country had to cancel their Fourth of July celebrations in 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Oklahoma dispensary owners, growers frustrated over new medical marijuana tracking system

Confusion and frustration are growing in Oklahoma's medical marijuana industry as businesses were supposed to start using new software to track plants in the Sooner State → Read More

MAX TOWNSEND TRIAL: Mother of Moore HS crash victim feels huge weight lifted off shoulders after Townsend conviction

A jury rendered a guilty verdict Friday for Max Townsend, the man accused of hitting a group of cross country runners, killing three, in February 2020 outside Moore High School. → Read More

Expert says accidents like girl being run over, killed at Stillwater apartment can be prevented

In the wake of what police officials have called an unfortunate accident, a group told KOCO 5 this happens too often but can be prevented. → Read More

Oklahoma doctors see severe spike in RSV cases in babies, children

A scary spike of respiratory syncytial virus cases has been reported in babies and young children. → Read More

Drowning of 18-year-old Deer Creek High School graduate at residential pool under investigation

Law enforcement officials released more details on the investigation into the 18-year-old Deer Creek High School graduate who drowned in a residential pool last week in Edmond. → Read More

TOKYO OLYMPICS: Swimmer hopes to inspire other Oklahoma swimmers after making US Olympic Team

An Oklahoma swimmer is going for the gold after qualifying for Team USA's Olympic swim team. → Read More

DRUG BUSTS IN OKLAHOMA: Growing number of drug busts being made across Oklahoma

Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics officials say they have investigated thousands of drug busts in the past six months, with the latest being a meth investigation near Lawton that led to 18 people being arrested. → Read More

JUNETEENTH CELEBRATION IN OKC: Girls inspired by community during Juneteenth celebration in northeast Oklahoma City

Hundreds of people gathered for the Juneteenth on the East Festival in northeast Oklahoma City, where people celebrated, learned and grew as a community. → Read More