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  • Weatherford paramedic sentenced to prison for tampering with Fentanyl, Ketamine vials

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – A Weatherford paramedic has been sentenced to six months in prison on federal charges for tampering with fentanyl and ketamine vials. 34-year-old Colin Andrew Davis was found guilty of tampering with the medication while working as a paramedic for an emergency air evacuation company in November 2017. According to the affidavit, Davis removed fentanyl and ketamine from vials and replaced them with a sterile saline solution. As a result, patients undergoing emergency air evacuation could have […]

  • Peace Out Cancer: Kid with Courage’s school class helps him ring the remission bell

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – We first told you about Brady Hyle back in August 2018 when the energetic 6-year-old had been diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. At the time, chemotherapy had gotten him into remission within a matter of weeks. Today, he took another big step in his recovery. His classmates did not have school today, so they made a field trip to surprise Brady and watch him ring the bell at the Jimmy Everest Cancer Center. The bell-ringing signifies […]

  • OKCPD search for additional suspect in connection to October quadruple shooting that left two dead

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – The Oklahoma City Police Department has arrested a suspect in connection to an October quadruple shooting that killed two people on the city’s northwest side. Officers arrested 29-year-old Mikel Carter December 4 on a litany of charges following a shooting on October 25 at a home near NW 12th and Penn. Now officials are searching for an additional suspect in connection to the shooting where four people were shot. Investigators say 33-year-old Ashton Wilson’s body was found inside the […]

  • ‘Tis the Season for Porch Pirates: How to keep your holiday deliveries safe

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Whether you are buying gifts for other people or treating yourself with seasonal deals, the holiday season usually means a spike in packages delivered directly to your door, so Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner Glen Mulready wants you to know how to prevent porch pirates. According to a 2017 survey from, almost 26 million Americans say they’ve had a package stolen from a porch or doorstep during the holidays. Here’s what you can do to prevent thieves from running off […]

  • OKCPD identify woman in connection to shoplifting incident

    Update: Officials with the Oklahoma City Police Department say they have identified the woman in connection to a shoplifting incident near I-240 and Penn. OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Officials with the Oklahoma City Police Department say they want to talk to this woman in connection to a shoplifting incident near I-240 and Penn. She has blonde hair, black eyebrows, and a chest tattoo that police say make her very recognizable. Police have not said what was shoplifted nor what store […]

  • Governor Kevin Stitt announces pick for OU Board of Regents

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Governor Kevin Stitt announced today his pick for the University of Oklahoma Board of Regents. The governor says he would like to appoint Michael A. Cawley, pending Senate confirmation. “Mr. Cawley is a successful businessman, attorney and OU alumni, with a career dedicated to serving rural Oklahoma,” Stitt said. “Mr. Cawley served for 20 years as president of The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation, leading a team that raised funds to publish research advancing the agriculture industry […]

  • Pet Travel Safety: What pet owners should know this holiday season

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – If you’re taking your furry friend home for the holidays, veterinarians at BluePearl Specialty and Emergency Pet Hospital want you to know the best options to keep them safe and comfortable. If traveling by car… Don’t allow pets to roam in the car. Not only can pets injure themselves while loose the car, but they can be a distraction to the driver, and even become a projectile that hits human occupants in an accident. Keep pets in a […]

  • ‘Days of Our Lives’ to air early Tuesday morning

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Following NBC’s continuing coverage of the impeachment hearing, a popular soap opera will air early Tuesday morning. Due to today’s preemption of Days of Our Lives, the episode will air at 2:30 a.m. Tuesday on KFOR.

  • Seminole County woman reunites with grandmother she helped save

    SEMINOLE COUNTY, Okla. (KFOR) – A pair of unlikely strangers met by chance after an elderly woman who was involved in a bad car accident was saved by who her family is calling a “guardian angel.” Tricia Hardy went to visit 74-year-old Bernice Spoon at OU Med on Saturday. Spoon has been in the hospital for nearly a week now after breaking multiple bones in a car accident just a few miles east of Seminole on Highway 9. Hardy drove […]

  • Online open enrollment for Home Energy Assistance Program begins Tuesday

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – The Oklahoma Department of Human Services (OKDHS) says online enrollment for winter heating assistance for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) begins Tuesday, Dec. 10. OKDHS wants to help low-income families keep warm this winter by providing assistance with heating bills throughout the season. Only one payment per year per household is allowed for LIHEAP winter heating assistance. Size of Household and Allowable Monthly Gross Income One person:       $1,354 Two persons:    $1,832 […]

  • 76-year-old Mountain Park man killed in auto-ped Saturday evening

    MOUNTAIN PARK, Okla. (KFOR) – Authorities with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol say a 76-year-old man was killed Saturday evening after he was hit by a driver on US Hwy 183. According to the report, a 49-year-old woman was driving on US Hwy 183 near County Road 1596 in Mountain Park around 6:30 p.m. Saturday and hit the man when he crossed into her path. Officials have identified the victim as Steven Parsons. The cause of this collision is still under […]

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