Chicken-Fried News: Dam problems

Oklahoma’s got at least 1,400 problems, and dams are all of them.

Chicken-Fried News: Ashes to ashes

There are many ways to honor the memory of the dearly departed.

Chicken-Fried News: Pup-charging

Beginning July 1, OKC’s formerly free Paw Park, 3303 NW Grand Blvd., became a members-only dog park operation charging a $10 monthly usage fee.

Chicken-Fried News: G.O.A.T. lawn care

Oklahoma City’s most unusual, cutest and — face it — coolest employees are back in action.

Chicken-Fried News: Fine, fine

If you have been avoiding paying fines for traffic violations in Oklahoma City for two years or more, congratulations — your strong-arm negotiation tactics are finally paying off.

Chicken-Fried News: Kings Road

There very well might come a day in our future where you are hailing a rideshare app on Kings of Leon Lane in downtown Oklahoma City.

Chicken-Fried News: Sculpted by Angel

Donald Trump officially announced his bid for re-election with all the expected bells and dog-whistles on the border wall, the “witch hunt” and the “angry, left-wing mob.” He even went back to his roots, obsessing over Hillary Clinton and prompting “Lock her up” chants.

Chicken-Fried News: H2OMG

Welcome to another hilarious edition of Oklahoma’s Wackiest Criminals.

Chicken-Fried News: Sick vape, bruh

The offices at Chicken-Fried News are constantly inundated with many of those lists that rank the 50 states, and Oklahoma’s position is usually the same: near the bottom of the good ones and at the top of the bad ones.

Chicken-Fried News: Parks & Weather

Oklahoma meteorologists catch a lot of flack when they get their forecasts wrong, but it seems like the state has a new team to rely on for the most accurate information.

Chicken-Fried News: A for Ally

Oklahoma is in a unique position to have its interesting news and images go viral across the country and world because the vast majority of outsiders think the state — especially rural areas — is lucky to have electricity or monolithic conservative viewpoints.

Chicken-Fried News: Funky town

In our younger and more vulnerable years, Chicken Fried News’ father gave us some advice that we have been turning over in our minds ever since: “Whoever smelt it,” he said, “dealt it.” Following flooding in the Tulsa area, however, Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (ODEQ) reportedly offered residents a somewhat different suggestion.

Chicken-Fried News: Skeeter season

Heavy rain and flooding in Oklahoma has stirred up more than our meteorologists.

Chicken-Fried News: Climate cowboys

Much of Oklahoma’s history was made on horseback.

Chicken-Fried News: Justice delivered

On April 26, Hugo police detectives attempting to apprehend a robbery suspect accused of taking $398 from a Pizza Hut opened fire on a pickup truck, wounding three children in the back seat.

Chicken-Fried News: Laverne, squirrelly

After a powerful tornado bypassed the Oklahoma panhandle town of Laverne on May 23, KFOR chief meteorologist Mike Morgan used strikingly unscientific language to describe the event.

Chicken-Fried News: Rank behavior

Despite the all-encompassing name U.S. News & World Report, the only thing most people know about the publication is its annual university rankings.

Chicken-Fried News: Sutton warning

Oklahoma’s weather the past few weeks has been pretty crazy.

Chicken-Fried News: Ten Amendments

A new monument at the state Capitol has been approved, but do not roll your eyes just yet — it will have nothing to do with any religion.

Chicken-Fried News: Spot on

Measles was declared eradicated in the United States in the year 2000, but the disease has its highest infection rate in the U.S. since 1994, thanks to rising misinformation surrounding vaccinations.

Chicken-Fried News: Teacher strikes

While everybody was abusing the new “gender swap” filters, a Del City High School teacher was captured on Snapchat taking down a student.

Chicken-Fried News: Snake eyes

Doorbell cameras are an important line of home security, allowing people to see who is at the door even when they are not at home.

Chicken-Fried News: Still smokin’

Thanks to Oklahoma’s Legislature, which Fox 25 reported failed to pass the Oklahoma Workplace Clean Air Act this session, we will continue to be among the dwindling number of cool states that allow you to smoke inside bars.

Chicken-Fried News: Accompanied minors

Parents in search of a good bottle of wine or a high-end selection of spirits will no longer have to leave their kids tied up outside the liquor store.


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