The Oklahoma Supreme Court has ruled that cities may approve some regulations of the medical marijuana industry.
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Oklahoma law enforcement arrested a 48-year-old woman Tuesday and charged her with the stabbing death of her husband on Sunday, the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation said (OSBI). Shonda Johnson-Williams is charged with first degree murder in the deat
OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - A metro woman came home to find a surprise on her camera system. A strange man is seen breaking into her home and taking thousands of dollars worth of belongings from her bedroom.
OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - Firefighters have a warning about a little-known hazard that could be in your kitchen. While you may think you're just trying to keep your oven clean, an oven liner could present a potentially deadly danger.
OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – For the past two months, the Oliver Hodge building, which houses the Oklahoma Department of Education, Office of Management and Enterprise Services, Oklahoma Teacher Retirement and the Statewide Virtual Charter School Board, has b
Tulsa has backed out of the running to host the 2021 Bassmaster Classic, and the Tulsa Regional Chamber blames an ongoing lawsuit it said is keeping the city from getting money from a new hotel tax.
OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - A 60-foot Christmas tree will soon be lit in Oklahoma City. An inaugural outdoor Christmas tree lighting event will be held on the 7725 CONNECT campus for campus tenants and family of employees.
Deer gun hunting season will open Saturday, Nov. 23, and the state's big game biologist is urging hunters to harvest more antlerless deer this season to improve the white-tailed deer
OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - A new state law allows DUI offenders to keep their license if they get a certain device installed in their vehicle. Those new changes, which became part of state DUI laws on Nov. 1, allow offenders to keep their driver's licenses.
OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - The Oklahoma History Center has a new way to train Oklahoma geography teachers. Giant maps are helping teachers with ideas on how to better engage their students. https://www.facebook.com/okhistorycenter/posts/10157163352315787 Dr.
https://youtu.be/HwLOz41GGng OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - Each year, more than one out of four seniors fall, making it the leading cause of both fatal and nonfatal injuries for those age 65 and older. While a fall can happen anywhere, 80 percent of all home fal
OKLAHOMA COUNTY, Okla. (KFOR) - The Tulsa County Commission made a unanimous decision to let voters decide if liquor stores can be open on Sunday. Vance Gregory, the owner of Edmond Wine Shop, is hoping a measure like that will come to Oklahoma County.
EDMOND, Okla. (KFOR) – It was a busy Wednesday morning for some residents in Edmond who had to be evacuated from their homes as a grass fire crept toward their properties. Around 12:30 a.m., several fire departments were called to a grass fire near Coff
OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - Pamela Smith says she is simply seeking justice for a crime that happened decades ago. In the 1990s, Smith says she was repeatedly raped by an Oklahoma state government official while she was in custody.
He was arrested in Florida after being accused in a federal indictment of laundering dirty money into the United States from a Venezuelan bribery and corruption scheme.
OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - A new search and rescue canine will join Oklahoma Task Force 1 in a 'Passing of the Leash' ceremony on Friday. Task Force 1 received the canine, Indy, a newly-trained Golden Retriever, as a gift from Express Employment International
The new ad includes photos of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, of California, and U.S. Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, of New York, and Adam Schiff, of California — all unpopular Democratic figures
OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - An Oklahoma City Police Department officer was injured in a crash at the end of a chase, Wednesday evening. The officer, whose name was not revealed, was taken to a hospital to be treated for injuries.