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Past articles by Taylor:

Oklahoma City Police investigating fatal shooting, looking for two suspects

Oklahoma City Police are investigating a fatal shooting in South Oklahoma City Monday morning. → Read More

Muslim Day at the Capitol takes place nearly a week after chaos at Oklahoma State Capitol

The Oklahoma chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations [CAIR Oklahoma] is hosting its 9th Annual Oklahoma Muslim Day at the Capitol Monday. This also comes almost a week after the chaos at the Capitol between trans-rights activists, a Muslim lawmakers and state troopers. → Read More

Exclusive interview with security guard shot while working at Taco Bell in downtown Oklahoma City

The security guard who was shot in the leg at the Taco Bell in downtown Oklahoma City Sunday is sharing his story with KFOR. Authorities say the suspect took the guard’s gun and shot him. → Read More

OK Count Deputy Jeremy McCain listed in critical condition after gate incident

The Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office is now releasing the name of the deputy who was critically injured while leaving a parking lot Friday night on Oklahoma Christian School’s campus. On Saturday, the community came together for communal prayer. → Read More

You Decide: Oklahoma votes on recreational marijuana March 7

On Tuesday, Oklahomans will head to the polls to decide whether to fully legalize marijuana use. → Read More

OSBI seeing increase in Oklahoma children being targeted online

The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is seeing an increase in Oklahoma children being targeted online. → Read More

Update to suspect arrested in violent spree across the Oklahoma City metro

Oklahoma City Police have arrested the man involved in a violent spree that spanned across the metro. He was involved in two car crashes, a carjacking and a physical fight in South Oklahoma City. → Read More

Animal advocacy group says law enforcement takes little action on cockfighting

As a bill that would reduce the cockfighting punishment advances into legislature, animal advocacy groups who are against the act are coming together. → Read More

Fight at Oklahoma high school basketball playoff game caught on camera

Video shows a fight breaking out at an Oklahoma high school girls’ basketball game Friday night that involved players, cheerleaders, fans and parents. → Read More

Oklahoma City Police arrest 19-year-old in Bricktown stabbing which left eight people injured

A large fight broke out at a nightclub around 1:30 a.m. Saturday morning in Bricktown leaving several people injured due to a stabbing. Oklahoma City Police have arrested the suspect, 19-year-old Derick Walker, and he was taken into custody. → Read More

Oklahoma man says he’s getting help after AT&T broke sprinkler nearly 2 years ago

A Midwest City man claims AT&T workers broke his sprinkler system almost two years ago after moving his water meter. → Read More

Oklahoma recreational marijuana advocates and opponents prepare for upcoming special election

Oklahoma voters are just a couple of weeks away from voting on legalizing recreational marijuana in the Sooner State. → Read More

Bystanders keep potential suspect at scene after car crash leads to carjacking, another crash

The Oklahoma City Police Department says one man is arrested after allegedly crashing his car into someone else’s, stealing the car he crashed into, and then crashing that car into another one. → Read More

Police arrest suspect in SW OKC after shooting at Brickell Apartment Complex, victim in hospital

A person has been found with multiple gunshot wounds at an apartment complex near West I-240 Service Road. Police arrested the male suspect Sunday afternoon. → Read More

One person dead in Norman after house fire, neighbors react

NORMAN, Okla. (KFOR) – On Saturday morning, one person died after a housefire in Norman. Crews responded just before 7:00 Saturday morning. Officials told KFOR they were … → Read More

Earlier curfew proposed for minors in Bricktown

Oklahoma City Council is considering lowering the curfew for the Bricktown Entertainment District from 11 p.m. to 9 p.m. for minors under the age of 18 who are unaccompanied by a parent, guardian or responsible adult. → Read More

Edmond man claims he’s out thousands of dollars after AT&T broke his sprinkler line

An Edmond man claims AT&T workers broke his sprinkler line last June. He also said they’ve had to install three new lines altogether. The last one was installed months ago and hasn’t been buried under the ground. → Read More

OKC woman without home after her trailer exploded, her husband’s ashes only thing that survived

An Oklahoma City woman now without a home after her trailer exploded. She lost everything, except her husband’s ashes. → Read More

Residents at Yukon apartment complex evacuated while crews battle fire

Sunday afternoon the Yukon Fire Department responded to yet another fire this weekend. It happened at the Windsor Gardens Apartment complex on Ranchwood Boulevard. → Read More

Grassfire in Yukon quickly spreads to home and then their neighbor’s home

A grassfire in someone’s backyard quickly spread to their home and then their neighbor’s home. → Read More