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  • Oklahoma Supreme Court Denies Injunction To Halt Permitless Carry Law From Going Into Effect

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – The Oklahoma Supreme Court has denied Oklahoma Lawmakers their request for an emergency stay and injunction in the hopes to stop the new permitless carry law from going into effect tomorrow. In February, Gov. Kevin Stitt signed House Bill 2597 into law. “We want to make sure that we let Oklahomans know that we are going to protect their rights to bear arms,” Stitt said. The law allows Oklahomans who are over the age of 21 to […]

  • Oklahoma State Veterinarians Encouraging Cattle Producers To Test For Parasite Resistance

    STILLWATER, Okla. (KFOR)- Cattle producers across the state are being encouraged to pay attention to something that might be internally affecting herds across the state. Officials say that while cattle producers and veterinarians have been able to use highly effective internal parasite control products for many years, but they stress that they may not be sustainable options in the future. Frequent, long-term use of deworming products can lead to resistant parasite populations, meaning those parasites are no longer killed by […]

  • Winter Weather Arrives Early For Parts Of Oklahoma

    WOODWARD, Okla. (KFOR) – When you think of October weather, leaves, cool temperatures and sunshine may come to mind. However, that was not the case for some Oklahomans on Thursday. Most of Oklahoma, including southern, northern, central and eastern, saw rain on Thursday. Western Oklahoma, on the other hand, got an early taste of winter, with some parts receiving more than four inches of snow! The snow mainly fell in the Oklahoma panhandle. The neighboring Texas panhandle also got the […]

  • Oklahoma City Guests Can Tour, Take Flight In Rare World War II Bomber

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – A rare World War II bomber will be making a stop in Oklahoma City next week, and visitors have a chance to take a tour of the historic aircraft. The B-29 Superfortress known as Doc will bring its B-29 Doc Flight Experience and Ground Tour to Oklahoma City on Monday, Oct. 28. Organizers say the aircraft will arrive at Wiley Post Airport on Monday afternoon and will be available for cockpit and ground tours. Gates will […]

  • Arkansas-Based Tacos 4 Life Opening First Oklahoma Store Next Week

    TULSA, Okla. (KFOR) — An Arkansas-based restaurant is about to open its doors in Oklahoma for the first time. Tacos 4 Life announced on Facebook that its newest store, located at 10732 Memorial Drive in Tulsa, will open Oct. 25. It’s the first store in Oklahoma for the Conway, Ark.-based franchise, according to our Oklahoma City affiliate KFOR. The restaurant has a “Meal 4 Meal” mission in which it donates $0.22 for for every taco, rice bowl, quesadilla, salad purchased. […]

  • Student Dismissed From Oklahoma Christian University After Guns Found In On-Campus Residence

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – A student was dismissed from a metro college after campus police found two guns in the student’s on-campus residence. According to officials at Oklahoma Christian University, on Tuesday, campus police were alerted of a student on campus who had a handgun and semi-automatic weapon in their on-campus residence. The student was dismissed from OC, is no longer in housing and will not be allowed on campus, the university says. Officials say the student handbook states, “possession […]

  • Police Investigate Possible Gunshots Near OSU Campus Library

    UPDATE: Officials have given the all-clear for OSU after reports of gunshots near Edmon Low Library on the Oklahoma State University Campus were determined to be unfounded. STILLWATER, Okla. (KFOR) – Officers are investigating reports of possible gunshots at Edmon Low Library on the Oklahoma State University Campus. According to the OSU PIO, there is construction going on near the library and that has been the cause of loud noises before, but as a precaution, officers are responding to the […]

  • OHP: Approximately 200 Lbs. Of Trash Recovered From Tenkiller Lake

    SEQUOYAH COUNTY, Okla. (KFOR) — A trash cleanup dive from the Oklahoma Highway Patrol Dive Team resulted in the recovery of around 200 lbs. of trash from Tenkiller Lake. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol posted about the dive on Facebook on Tuesday. The dive team decided to do an evidence search scenario during their final two-day training of the summer and combined it with a trash cleanup dive in Party Cove. Divers brought up around 200 lbs. of trash, mostly beer […]

  • Teen Arrested After Allegedly Raping Another Student At Oklahoma High School

    WARR ACRES, Okla. (KFOR) – A juvenile was arrested after allegedly raping another student at Putnam City High School. According to a police report, the two students were inside an office together last week when the male student shut the office door and grabbed the female student. The report states the male then allegedly raped the girl, who repeatedly told the male to stop. The victim was able to get away and called friends to take her home. She told […]

  • Police: Man Found Dead On Burning Couch In Oklahoma Field Identified

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Oklahoma City police have released the identity of a man who was found dead on a burning couch in a field. Around 5:30 p.m. on Sept. 26, Oklahoma City firefighters were called to a field near NE 50th and Sooner Rd. after a caller reported seeing a couch on fire. When firefighters arrived, they found a body on the burned couch. A week later, police released a sketch of the victim, asking the public for help […]

  • One Year Later: $13.7 Million In Revenue Reported From New Oklahoma Alcohol Laws

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – One year after new alcohol laws went into effect across Oklahoma, we’re getting a look how they affected local businesses. While many liquor store owners say they are struggling after the passage of a modernized alcohol law, beer distributors say they have seen a drastic jump in business. State Question 792 removed the distinction between low-point beer and ‘strong’ beer, allowing stores to sell refrigerated ‘strong’ beer and wine. Previously, liquor stores were the only places […]

  • Oklahoma City Police To Still Enforce Ban On Topless Women In Public

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Authorities in Oklahoma City are warning residents that they will still enforce a city ordinance, even after a recent court decision in Colorado. Recently, there has been a lot of news regarding a recent court decision regarding an ordinance that bans women from appearing topless in public. In February, the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a federal judge’s conclusion that the law was unconstitutional because it discriminated against the female population. The court concluded that […]

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