Kaitor Kay, KFOR

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VIDEO: Pursuit following shooting at Hobby Lobby Distribution Center

On Monday, the Logan County Sheriff’s Office released deputy body cam video of the chase that followed a deadly shooting in Oklahoma City. → Read More

$50,000 reward for tips solving armed robbery of mail carrier

The United States Postal Inspection Service is offering an award of up to $50,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of a gunman who robbed a Stillwater mail carrier last week. → Read More

Norman woman’s mailed check altered by a thief

A Norman woman says she’s feeling skeptical about using outdoor collection boxes at the post office after her mail was stolen. She only learned a check she mailed was taken by a thief after her bank notified her. → Read More

Police investigating thefts at Oklahoma City Public Schools

The Oklahoma City Police Department is asking for the public’s help finding burglars who allegedly broke into two Oklahoma City schools and took off with thousands of dollars in electronics. → Read More

Two workers saved from trench collapse in Elk City

A trench collapse created scary moments in Beckham County Friday. For about an hour, two construction workers found themselves trapped under dirt as the Elk City Fire Department dug them out. → Read More

Norman family reunites with paramedic after post-tornado rubble

A very special moment took place Thursday afternoon – A Norman family who was trapped after a tornado destroyed their home was reunited with the paramedic who saved them from the rubble. → Read More

District attorney: Oklahoma man charged with murdering stranger

Dark new details have been released about a woman’s body found at Lake Thunderbird in mid-February. → Read More

Norman neighborhoods continue to deal with tornado aftermath

Several neighborhoods in Norman were rocked by a tornado Sunday night, and the Monday aftermath is one of heartbreak, frustration, and financial assessment. → Read More

Man accused of murdering suspected burglar sentenced to 10 years probation

An almost three-year-old case involving an Oklahoma City man shooting a suspected burglar has come to an end. 36-year-old veteran LaRue Bratcher was facing potential prison time but has now been sentenced to ten years of probation. → Read More

Community minds, hearts, and organizations commit to serving schools in Spencer

Faculty and staff at schools in Spencer say they desperately need support and encouragement from the community, and that their students are at great risk if they don’t get more help. Thursday evening, the community proved they had their back. → Read More

Bill reducing cockfighting punishment advances

Despite an animal advocacy group outcrying that Oklahoma is the cockfighting capital of the country, a bill that would lessen the punishment for the act is made progress at the state Capitol Wednesday. → Read More

Oklahoma House to vote on $2,500 teacher pay increase

The Oklahoma House floor is scheduled to vote Wednesday on House Speaker Charles McCall’s House Bill 2775 that would increase all active public teacher salaries by $2,500. → Read More

Oklahoma Senate to vote on NIL clarification bill

A big vote is headed to the Oklahoma State Senate floor modifying the state’s Student Athlete Name, Image and Likeness Rights Act. → Read More

Sperm donor granted custody of Oklahoma boy in case involving lesbian couple

When the child was born in August 2019, both Wilson and Williams were listed as mothers on the birth certificate, and the couple would raise the boy for a little more than two years until their marriage fell apart. → Read More

83-year-old woman scammed trying to claim $150k prize

An elderly Oklahoma City woman said she’s feeling embarrassed that she fell for an online scam promising her $150,000. In the end, she lost hundreds of dollars, but she’s sharing her story to keep others from falling for the same hustle. → Read More

Woman says OG&E won’t pay her promised reimbursement for broken gas line

A former Mustang homeowner is saying OG&E owes her money and they’re giving her the runaround. → Read More

Sooners fans react to talks stalling for OU’s early entry into SEC

Sooners fans itching to see the University of Oklahoma make its Southeastern Conference debut early should get comfortable waiting. Reports say that negotiations of OU and University of Texas at Austin leaving the Big 12 for the SEC ahead of 2025 have stalled. → Read More

Oklahoma awarded $23 million to prevent roadway deaths, injuries

Communities across Oklahoma are set to receive more than $23 million dollars of federal grant money to prevent roadway deaths and serious injuries. → Read More

OG&E, Norman working after voters reject franchise agreement

This week, the two parties announced to residents they’re working “diligently” to avoid significant consequences, such as the city losing $3 million in revenue. → Read More

Lawmaker seeks to clarify Oklahoma’s abortion ban

State Senator Julie Daniels, R-District 29, hopes the specific language in Senate Bill 834 would make it crystal clear what is and what isn’t considered a legal abortion in Oklahoma. → Read More