Peyton Yager, KFOR

Peyton Yager


Oklahoma City, OK, United States

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Past articles by Peyton:

Pregnant woman recovering after shooting outside Oklahoma City metro area apartment complex

A woman and her newborn baby are recovering inside an Oklahoma City hospital after police say she was shot multiple times in the back. Meanwhile, police are still searching for the alleged shooter. → Read More

Memorial unveiled at Moore High School to honor students killed in February 2020 hit and run

A ceremony took place at Moore High School on Wednesday afternoon to officially reveal a park dedicated to the three young lives taken in a hit and run in February 2020. → Read More

Wanted man allegedly on meth sneaks into an Edmond hotel room and steals teenage girl’s cell phone, according to EPD

A strange call came into Edmond 9-1-1 from a man claiming he needed a ride from a hotel. Turns out, police say the phone was stolen and the man was wanted out of Kingfisher County. → Read More

“This is a big step for Oklahoma,” Phase Three of vaccine eligibility will begin Tuesday morning

State officials announced Monday afternoon Phase Three of Oklahoma's vaccination plan will begin starting Tuesday, March 9, including all essential workers and staff and students outside of Pre-K through 12. → Read More

Enid teen stabbed during robbery at work speaks out while suspects are still on the run

An 18-year-old Enid High School student who was stabbed during a robbery while at work, sat down with KFOR after being released from the hospital, and as Enid detectives continue investigating a new lead in the case. → Read More

Oklahoma bill could make it illegal to post threatening content of police online

Senate Bill 6 and House Bill 2273 both state someone could be arrested if they post to an online site "the information of a law enforcement officer with the intent to threaten, intimidate, harass, or stalk." → Read More

‘It’s piece of closure knowing they caught him’ – Choctaw teen’s accused killer arrested seven months after shooting

A 25-year-old man was arrested Thursday night in connection to the July killing of an 18-year-old recent Choctaw High School graduate, according to Choctaw police. → Read More

‘Somebody has got to do something!’ – Nichols Hills residents on edge as gun rights activists march through park

Multiple well known ‘Second Amendment Auditors' walked through the streets of Nichols Hills Wednesday night, causing families and children to fear for their safety. → Read More

Edmond Public Schools launches investigation after teacher allegedly questions student’s ‘Black King’ T-shirt

A 13-year-old Edmond student says he was confused and embarrassed when his middle school teacher told him his T-shirt with ‘Black King’ emblazoned on it was racist in the middle of class. → Read More

9-1-1 CALL: A neighbor’s call to police reporting a burglary sparked manhunt suspect to lead deputies on chase

The Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office and Nicoma Park Police Department are releasing more information after they say a 26-year-old man took off from police in a stolen pickup with black tar heroin inside. → Read More

“She had a heart of gold,” Family remembers metro mother allegedly murdered by her husband

Family members are remembering a vibrant metro mother of two after police say her husband killed her inside their Oklahoma City home. → Read More

DASH CAM: Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers save Perry grandmother trapped in icy creek

A Perry woman is recovering in the hospital after her car crashed into an icy creek, leaving her stranded in subzero temperatures. Dash cam footage shows a pair of OHP troopers trekking up a snowy embankment with the woman on their backs. → Read More

To boil or not to boil? DEQ warns more boil orders are likely coming as pipes begin to thaw

The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality announced it leaves the decision of a precautionary boil order up to individual cities and their water systems. However, the DEQ tells KFOR even if you don't have an advisory, you should boil your water if it has been affected in any way. → Read More

Oklahomans without water for days as overwhelmed system attempts to keep up with demand

City officials announced Oklahoma City's water storage tanks are low due to the demand of dripping faucets coupled with line breaks, admitting the system isn’t built for these extreme weather conditions. → Read More

Despite rolling blackouts pause, several Oklahomans still without power during Tuesday’s storm

Several Oklahomans are still without electricity and water heading into Tuesday night, as OG&E officials tell KFOR they are encountering several weather-related issues on their grid. → Read More

After first round of rolling blackouts, OG&E warns more could be on the way with second winter storm

OG&E tells KFOR if it's forced to start rolling blackouts again, there will be zero warning when your power could be cut. → Read More

‘I closed my eyes, and I was upside down’ – Young metro mom-to-be saved by stranger after icy crash

A hero was ready to jump into action when a 20-year-old mom-to-be was stuck upside down in her car after she slid on an Oklahoma City bridge. → Read More

Death row inmate’s attorney claims possible crucial evidence sits inside Oklahoma County District Attorney’s office

An attorney for convicted murderer Richard Glossip believes potential new evidence could lead to his client's innocence. The death row inmate's legal team addressed a letter to Oklahoma County District Attorney David Prater Thursday morning demanding access. → Read More

‘They are in bad shape’ – icy road conditions cause Kingfisher brothers to crash their truck into moving train

Two Kingfisher teens are recovering in the hospital after icy road conditions caused them to crash their truck straight into a moving train. → Read More

‘She didn’t deserve this’ – Newkirk woman killed in early morning 6-vehicle collision due to black ice

According to Oklahoma Highway Patrol, a 51-year-old woman from Newkirk was killed early Monday morning after black ice caused a multivehicle wreck on the Cimarron River Bridge. → Read More