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    OKC police searching for man connected to armed robbery

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Police say they are searching for a man who is connected to an early morning armed robbery. Just after 11:20 Saturday morning, police were called to the Approved Cash Advance on the 4000 block of NW 63rd street. Oklahoma City’s Public Information Officer says the suspect was last seen wearing a grey hoodie and blue jeans. The man is described as a black male. If you have any information on the crime, call Oklahoma City Police. This is a […]

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    Download: Stay ahead of the storms with Go4It & 4WarnMe free apps

    OKLAHOMA – Storms are starting to pop up in parts of the state. Be sure to stay ahead of the weather with our Go4It and 4WarnMe apps. NewsChannel 4’s weather apps are free of charge! Download: Go4It WarnMe KFOR’s free Go4It and 4WarnMe apps for iPhone, iPad and Android will provide you with the latest weather, news and sports. Stay up to date on the latest severe weather from the 4Warn Storm Team. You can live stream all of our newscasts and live weather […]

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    50 states, 50 jobs, one honeymoon; you won’t believe what this couple has planned

    (CNN) — “Why did you turn off the RV?” Alyssa Padgett recalls asking her husband, Heath, as their 29-foot RV careened off an exit toward the small town of Williams, Arizona. “I didn’t,” he replied. Just 10 days into their cross-country honeymoon, the fuel pump in their camper, lovingly known as “Franklin,” malfunctioned. Then, came the propane leak, the broken refrigerator, the leaking roof and the fender bender in an Oregon parking lot, to name just a few of the […]

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    Authorities: Escaped Oklahoma inmate captured in Arkansas

    Update: Authorities say the inmate who escaped on October 19 is back in authorities hands. Officials say Stewart was captured in Hot Springs, Arkansas. BRYAN COUNTY, Okla. – An inmate is on the loose after escaping from the Bryan County Jail in Bryan County, according to authorities. Officials have confirmed that Raymond J. Stewart, 26, has escaped. Police say Stewart was charged with first degree murder back in March. Officials have not released where they think Stewart may be headed. This is […]

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    Woman claims she was kicked out of church for supporting use of medical marijuana

    BEAUMONT (KBMT) – A Beaumont woman claims she has been cast out of her church for her use of medicinal marijuana. Faith Bodle said she uses cannabis extract, an oil derived from marijuana, to treat illnesses like degenerative spine disease, congestive heart failure and arthritis. Bodle said fellow church members at Beaumont Seventh Day Adventist Church grew concerned after seeing her support the use of marijuana on a report on 12News. 12News first spoke to Bodle at the arraignment of […]

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    New math app a student’s dream or teacher’s nightmare?

    CNN – Say it with us: Kids today have it sooooo easy. A new smartphone app will do their math homework for them, provided it’s not too complicated. PhotoMath by microblink uses a phone’s camera to solve equations and then teaches you step by step method for solving it yourself. The app can do arithmetic: addition, subtraction, division and multiplication. It can handle fractions. It knows what 23 is and can calculate the root of 246. It can even do simple […]

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    How to view partial eclipse this Thursday

    CNN – The Cosmos will cast an afternoon delight over the county on Thursday with a partial solar eclipse. The moon will clip the sun, making it look like a fingernail as it sets in the west for most of the country and Canada. The show will reach its height at 5:45 p.m. ET, NASA says, meaning the Eastern half of the country should get a view before the backdrop of golden twilight hues. People living in the Central Time […]

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    CDC announces travelers returning from Ebola-affected nations to be monitored for 21 days

    The CDC made an announcement regarding those returning from Ebola-affected areas. All travelers returning from Ebola-affected areas will be actively monitored for 21 days starting Monday, CDC Director Dr. Thomas Frieden announced in a telebriefing on Wednesday. Contact information including email, two phone numbers and a physical U.S. address will be gathered from all people coming to the U.S. from Liberia, Guinea or Sierra Leone, Frieden said.

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    ‘Toys for Tots’ officially kicks off next Month

    OKLAHOMA – This year’s Toys for Tots Campaign will kick off on Thursday, November 6 at Toys “R” Us. The annual toy drive, organized by the Marine Corps League, distributes gifts to about 16,000 children in need every year. This marks the eleventh year of the partnership between Toys “R” Us and the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation. As the largest retail partner in the 60-plus year history of Toys for Tots, Toy’s “R” Us has raised more than $35.5 million and […]

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    Attention stargazers: OKC Astronomy Club to host public viewing event

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Get ready stargazers! The Oklahoma City Astronomy Club will host a public viewing of a partial solar eclipse which will be visible from central Oklahoma Thursday afternoon. Club members will set up specially filtered telescopes at Windsurfers Point on the northeast corner of Lake Hefner. The partial eclipse will begin at 4:41 p.m. and reach maximum coverage about 5:49 p.m. The moon will only obscure less than half of the solar disk at maximum, so casual observers […]

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    Unseasonably warm temperatures will dominate most of the week

    Unseasonably warm temperatures will dominate most of this week. Highs today will average 10-15 degrees above normal in the upper 70s to lower 80s. Winds will be breezy in western Oklahoma.  A weak disturbance will bring isolated showers and perhaps a thunderstorm tonight through tomorrow morning. Rain totals will be low. A bigger storm system will move through mid-week. Showers and thunderstorms will start in western Oklahoma Wednesday afternoon and spread east across the state through Thursday. Temperatures will be […]