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  • High School Senior Athlete of of the Week: Jordan Edwards

    Jordan has over a 4.0 GPA. He has over 500 service hours since he entered high school. He has been a starting varsity football and baseball player since he was a sophomore in high school. He is a great athlete and a great person. He has devoted time to working at Infant Crisis Services where he has participated in their Summer Teen program for four years in a row. He has been a member of the Infant Crisis Teen Advisory […]

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    ‘Nasal Ranger’ patrols for pot smells in Denver

    DENVER — One man uses a secret weapon to make sure the smell of marijuana doesn’t overpower local neighborhoods. Cultivating marijuana has the potential to make growers a lot of money. But growing it, even with special filtration systems, can emit a skunky smell that spreads for blocks. Certified odor observer Ben Siller’s job is to check out odor complaints the city of Denver receives. “When medical marijuana first started that was some of the calls we were getting is […]

  • Mike’s Winter Forecast: To be cold but mild

    Mike shares his expertise; will it be “Mild or Wild?” We all know what it’s like dealing with harsh winter weather. 4 Warn Storm Team Chief Meteorologist Mike Morgan shared his prediction for the upcoming months. Will it be a calm winter with few days of cold temps and little precipitation or will it be bitterly cold for many days with snow and ice storms?

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    Pay it 4Ward: Couple makes Christmas boxes for those halfway around the world

    BLANCHARD, Okla. — In this week’s “Pay it 4ward” we honor two Oklahomans. A husband and wife team who give their effort, money and passion to the Operation Christmas Child Program. In fact the wife uses her retirement money to help fund this mission that brings Christmas and its message to needy children around the globe. In some of the most desperate places on earth planes are flying in carrying a shipment of love and caring. The cargo is thousands […]

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    Officer fired after he was caught drag racing while on duty

    MONTGOMERY, Ala. – A Montgomery police officer was caught on camera drag racing, and it has cost him his job. Montgomery resident Lawrence Lee Spillers recorded the video with a camera attached to his motorcycle helmet Sunday afternoon and posted it on YouTube. The five-minute video starts out with Spillers and the uniformed officer stopped at a red light on Eastern Boulevard in Montgomery. Spillers asks the officer if he wants to race. “I got turbo,” the unidentified officer responds. […]

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    Survey says mature drivers catching up to phone-obsessed youth

    The holiday travel season is upon us, and State Farm today released its annual research report on distracted driving, with troubling findings. Though cell phone use and texting while driving remain a serious concern on the nation’s highways, with increasing frequency drivers admit to other distracting behaviors, particularly accessing the internet while driving. The July 2013, survey of nearly 1000 motorists highlights a growing safety concern: a significant increase in the percentage of drivers who own smart phones, particularly among […]

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    Huge traffic tie-up on I-44

    OKLAHOMA CITY — A small accident is causing a traffic nightmare for those on I-44. The tie-up is near S.W. 15th and I-44. Chopper 4 is over the scene and we will have more information as it comes in. Stay with KFOR.com and KFOR-TV for the latest.

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    The Blake Shelton Lost Tapes: Blake shares his experiences on the road

    OKLAHOMA CITY — Ask country music superstar Blake Shelton about his career and he’ll tell you that long before he starred on NBC’s hit show “The Voice,” he starved in Nashville for eight years before things started looking up. We were with him when they did. Twelve years ago, we followed Blake for two days on a road tour. He’d just had a couple of hits; crowds were starting to come to concerts but his future was far from certain. […]

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    Boat catches fire on Lake Arcadia

    EDMOND, Okla. — Edmond fire fighters were dealing with an unusual blaze Tuesday night. A boat on Lake Arcadia caught fire. Capt. Richard Ragland says a man was winterizing his parent’s boat on the launch ramp with he heard a loud popping noise.That’s when the fire started. The man jumped off and pushed the boat into the water. Capt. Ragland says that’s not such a bad idea, but it did pose problems. “Safest thing to do is try to put […]

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    Bundle up! Wind chills in teens giving Oklahoma a taste of winter

    Arctic air continues to blast through our state plummeting temperatures and giving us a taste of winter! Temperatures tonight will drop to the low to middle 20s with wind chills to the middle teens. We will wake up to widespread freezing temperatures on Wednesday with afternoon highs well below normal around 50. Milder air moves in late in the week. Rain chances go up again late in the week and over the weekend. Another powerful cold front is possible next […]

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    ‘Biggest Loser’ trainer Jillian Michaels breaks the rules, Ruben Studdard returns

    “Biggest Loser” viewers who were shocked by last week’s ouster of fan favorite Ruben Studdard were no doubt even more surprised about the turn of events that rocked Tuesday night’s episode — but at least they won’t be missing Ruben anymore. That’s because near the end of the episode, as players filed in for the weekly weigh-in, it was revealed that a big scandal involving trainer Jillian Michaels called for a big do-over. “Before you all step on the scale, […]