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State rep warns OKC Thunder players against kneeling during National Anthem, threatens Thunder tax benefits

State rep warns OKC Thunder players against kneeling during National Anthem, threatens Thunder tax benefits

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – An Oklahoma state representative issued a statement warning Oklahoma City Thunder players against kneeling during the National Anthem, and threatened to reexamine the Thunder’s tax benefits if players kneel.Rep. Sean Roberts (R-Hominy) released the statement on Friday. In the statement, he describes NBA players kneeling during the National Anthem as an “anti-patriotic act” that shows “disrespect to the American flag and all it stands for.”Roberts went on to say that Black Lives Matter has “ties to Marxism” and is trying to “destroy nuclear families.”He then issued a...

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Altus mayor mandates that face masks be worn in all public places

Altus mayor mandates that face masks be worn in all public places

ALTUS, Okla. (KFOR) – Altus Mayor Jack Smiley has implemented emergency orders requiring community members to wear face masks or face coverings in all public places.The emergency orders, which go into effect at 2 a.m. on Wednesday, July 15, mandate the following:1. Face coverings are required to be worn in all public places, (examples are: retail stores, restaurants, bars, houses of worship and any other businesses serving the public) including all city facilities within Altus city limits; EXCEPT, for those individuals who cannot wear a mask due to medical need or disability. Face coverings...

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Jul 15
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UPDATE: Garvin Co. Sheriff says human remains not found at G.W. Zoo

UPDATE: Garvin Co. Sheriff says human remains not found at G.W. Zoo

UPDATE: Garvin County Sheriff Jim Mullett says that human remains were not found at The Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park.Garvin County Sheriff’s Office deputies, assisted by OSBI officials, investigated at the zoo after receiving a report that human remains had been found.However, the remains turned out to be that of a small animal, Mullett told KFOR.TMZ reported that two cadaver dogs were brought to the park as part of a show called ‘Ghost Adventures’, and that the dogs detected remains in an alligator pit that their trainer believed to be human remains.Mullett confirmed that the...

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Jul 11
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Tulsa police release map of curfew and road closure areas because of Trump rally

Tulsa police release map of curfew and road closure areas because of Trump rally

TULSA, Okla. (KFOR) – The Tulsa Police Department has released a map of curfew and road closure areas in downtown Tulsa in anticipation of President Donald Trump’s rally at the BOK Center.“Expect to see fencing and barricades being erected this evening,” Tulsa police said on Facebook Thursday evening.The roads in the highlighted area in the above map will have the following restrictions:6-19-20 10:00 am NO vehicles allowed in this area6-19-20 3:00 pm restricted pedestrian traffic6-20-20 all day – continued prohibition on vehicles and restricted pedestrian traffic“There is a smaller area...

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Jun 19
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Mayor Holt addresses new rise of COVID-19 in Oklahoma City, stresses precautions

Mayor Holt addresses new rise of COVID-19 in Oklahoma City, stresses precautions

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Mayor David Holt has expressed concern about rising COVID-19 cases in Oklahoma City.Holt issued a statement on his addressing the new rise of COVID-19 cases in the city after progress had been made in minimizing the spread.“An exponentially growing outbreak was tamed when our city collectively took action. The curve was flattened,” Holt said early in the statement.Later in the statement, Holt addressed the rising number of coronavirus cases in the city.“In Oklahoma City, as we advanced into a new phase of our pandemic response on May 1, we were able to maintain our...

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Jun 13
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Mustang police officer shoots, kills suspect after suspect allegedly pointed gun at him

Mustang police officer shoots, kills suspect after suspect allegedly pointed gun at him

MUSTANG, Okla. (KFOR) – A Mustang police officer shot and killed a suspect near a gas station after the suspect allegedly pointed a gun at him, Friday evening.Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is investigating an officer-involved shooting that resulted in the death of a suspect.OSBI officials confirmed that the fatal shooting occurred near the Fast Track in the area of SW 59th Street and Mustang Road.Authorities told KFOR that the officer pulled over a motorist for suspected DUI.Officials said the officer shot the suspect after the suspect brandished a firearm.The officer was not...

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UPDATE: Shooting at OKC McDonald’s over COVID-19 dining room policy leaves 3 injured

UPDATE: Shooting at OKC McDonald’s over COVID-19 dining room policy leaves 3 injured

UPDATE: Oklahoma City police say original reports indicated there were two suspects, however, it was later determined to be only one suspect.One employee was hit in the arm, a second was hit with shrapnel in the neck/shoulder and a third employee was hit with shrapnel in the side. Two of the employees are 16 years old, according to police. They were all taken to the hospital and are expected to be OK.Oklahoma City police say the woman became agitated when told the restaurant’s dining rooms were closed due to COVID-19.Original StoryOKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Oklahoma City police are at the scene...

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Stillwater officials take down public face mask requirement after reported threats of violence against workers

Stillwater officials take down public face mask requirement after reported threats of violence against workers

STILLWATER, Okla. (KFOR) – Alleged violent threats from community members prompted Stillwater officials to retract a recent requirement that community members wear face masks in public establishments to prevent the spread of COVID-19.A statement was issued on the city’s official Facebook page in which Stillwater City Manager Norman McNickle announced that the requirement had been amended out of the emergency proclamation. He also gave a stiff rebuke of the community members who threatened violence, including one threat with a firearm, against local workers.“The City of Stillwater has...

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May 2
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Govornor Stitt asks President Trump to declare coronavirus pandemic an ‘Act of God’

Govornor Stitt asks President Trump to declare coronavirus pandemic an ‘Act of God’

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Gov. Kevin Stitt sent a letter to President Donald Trump asking him to declare the COVID-19 pandemic an ‘Act of God’ so the oil and gas industry can receive aid.Stitt went on Twitter Saturday and shared a letter that he sent Trump.Stitt said he wants Trump to declare the pandemic an ‘Act of God’ so that the government can provide aid to help the oil and gas industry and protect the environment.The tweet and the letter are as follows:Stitt recently announced a to reopen the state’s economy.Suggest a Correction× Close Ad

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Apr 25
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Oklahoma nurse fighting on NYC frontlines urging Oklahoma to stay home

Oklahoma nurse fighting on NYC frontlines urging Oklahoma to stay home

NEW YORK (KFOR) – As Oklahoma nears its April 30TH COVID-19 peak, one Oklahoma man fighting on the frontlines in New York City has a stark warning for those at home.“This virus is not done,” said Josh Reed, an Oklahoma nurse.Reed is at the end of his third week of working at a NYC hospital. He says it’s still extremely difficult.“People are still dying left and right,” said Reed.He says his patients are struggling to survive as 1,400 miles away, Oklahoma businesses are opening their doors.“It’s probably a big mistake,” said Reed.He posted a video to his Facebook last week, pleading with his...

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