Lauren Daniels, KFOR

Lauren Daniels


Oklahoma City, OK, United States

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Past articles by Lauren:

Oklahoma City Museum of Art offers exhibit for blind, low-vision visitors

Right now, the Oklahoma City Museum of Art has an exhibit that makes art accessible to the blind and low-vision community. → Read More

Longtime NFL groundskeeper claims blame for Super Bowl slips doesn’t lie with OSU-developed turfgrass

Call it “turf wars” or “grass-gate” – there’s been an update in the ongoing saga regarding the turf in this year’s Super Bowl that OSU had a role in developing. → Read More

City of El Reno working on hole in road causing safety concerns

An El Reno resident reached out to News 4 concerned about a hole in the road causing problems for months. → Read More

Oklahoma City leaders break ground on new fairgrounds Coliseum

It’s a major step forward for a venue that means so much to not just Oklahomans – but people around the world. → Read More

Oklahoma City researcher finds link between certain vegetables, macular degeneration prevention

We’ve always been told to eat our carrots to keep our eyes sharp, but a local scientist says there’s evidence certain veggies really are the key to better vision. → Read More

Oklahoma Highway Patrol hoping to fill hundreds of open positions in upcoming academies

Across the country, law enforcement agencies are looking for people willing to step up to serve and here in Oklahoma, OHP is no exception. → Read More

Group claims only 3 of 36 Oklahoma hospitals are complying with price transparency law

Two years ago, a national law went into effect requiring hospitals provide clear, accessible pricing information online for patients, but a new study shows less than 10% of Oklahoma hospitals aren't in compliance. → Read More

SWOSU, Rose State College partner to foster more pharmacists as job demand grows

As a nationwide shortage of pharmacists impact trips to the drug store, two local universities hope to offer a solution. → Read More

SSM Health St. Anthony, Oklahoma City University hope to address state’s nursing shortage with new program

A hospital system and local university are teaming up – hoping to help alleviate our state’s critical shortage of nurses. → Read More

Group projects recreational marijuana legalization would bring billions in revenue to Oklahoma

A group supporting the legalization of recreational marijuana in Oklahoma claims it would bring billions of dollars to the state over the next several years. → Read More

Close call for Oklahoma semi driver serves as reminder on icy roads

Alarming dashcam video from OHP shows the dangers of not taking it slow on icy roads. → Read More

Expired tags on Oklahoma roadways may lead to problems for drivers

An Oklahoma man is raising questions about the amount of out-of-date car tags on the road. → Read More

Work underway to keep Oklahomans warm in winter storm

From electric companies to city shelters, there’s much work underway right now to keep Oklahomans warm through this winter weather. → Read More

Langston leadership working to revitalize town

“I mean, anybody would love to see their name on a street, right?” Mary Boyles said. → Read More

Lawsuit claims Oklahoma City Police Department unfairly targeted Muslim American Air Force Veteran

Oklahoma’s Council on American-Islamic Relations has filed a lawsuit against the Oklahoma City Police Department, claiming a American Muslim Air Force veteran is being targeted by the department. → Read More

All Oklahoma veterans now have access to free mental health crisis services

Veterans in Oklahoma and across the country can now get free, life-saving mental health services in times of crisis. → Read More

Oklahoma City professor, student transforming hospital rooms for young patients

A local nurse and a nursing student are on a special mission to brighten the days of children who are in the hospital. → Read More

Wildlife removal experts provide tips to keep unwanted pests out of Oklahoma homes

Kayla Jobe with the Wildlife X Team puts a lot of miles on her company pickup - helping OKC metro residents kick out unwanted guests of all shapes and sizes. → Read More

Edmond family receives trip of a lifetime after daughter’s health challenges

A deserving local girl and her family just received the surprise of a lifetime: an all-expenses paid trip to Florida’s major theme parks. → Read More

Warm January days lead to issues for Oklahoma allergy sufferers

These warm January days have been nice, but come with a cost for many allergy sufferers. → Read More