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  • Galen Culver celebrates 25 years

    KFOR’s Galen Culver celebrates 25 years– You pick which ‘Is This a Great Sate or What’ is your favorite

    OKLAHOMA CITY–The talented Galen Culver celebrates 25 years of telling amazing tales in and around Oklahoma. These memorable tales have introduced us to some characters, touched our hearts, made us laugh and cry over the years. Below are some of the best of the best. Vote for your favorite. Duffy Martin owned several golf courses near Guthrie, Oklahoma but might have been most famous for a small, hand held invention. Brittany Krehbiel lost her father too early. But her tribute […]

  • Hydraulic fluid spill SW 15th and I-44

    Traffic Alert: Fuel spill shuts down part of SW 15th in Oklahoma City

    UPDATE: The westbound I-40 ramp to westbound I-44 (runs south) is now open after clean up of the spill. The WB I-44 exit to SW 15th remains closed.   OKLAHOMA CITY- Hydraulic fluid  spilled onto southbound I-44 and the SW 15th street exit. The fluid is also on parts of SW 15th forcing part of that road to be closed. A clean-up crew is on scene. Avoid the area if possible.      

  • Road closed in S.E. 15th St.

    Traffic Alert Update: Covell Rd closed due to water main break

    EDMOND, Okla.– A water main break has forced officials to close Covell Road between Air Depot and Midwest Boulevard. The break caused significant erosion next to the road at Coffee Creek Bridge. Officials say this project is taking longer than anticipated to complete. The road will be closed though early next week. Local traffic will be able to get through for businesses and homes but all others need to find an alternative route.  

  • KFOR evacuated after early morning fire

    KFOR evacuated after early morning fire, forced off the air

    OKLAHOMA CITY- A fire forced the evacuation of the KFOR staff Wednesday morning. So…about that time there was smoke in the weather center….where's my husband when I need him? 🚒🚒🚒 @Kfor 4AM — Emily Sutton (@emilyrsutton) July 20, 2016 The crew was able to get out of the building until fire crews could arrive. The station was off-the-air for about an hour and a half. No one was injured. The KFOR team utilized Facebook Live to let early morning […]

  • Mr. Food Test Kitchen Cookbook

    Mr Food Cookbook Giveaway! Join the fun now

    OKLAHOMA CITY- Roll up your sleeves and get in the kitchen for a chance to win the newest cookbook from the Mr. Food Test Kitchen! All you have to do is snap a picture of your favorite recipe or what you are having for dinner, lunch, or breakfast. Send us that pic with the subject line ‘Mr. Food Giveaway’ You can also post the picture to Instagram and tag @KFORTV4 and use #KFORgiveaway #KFORrecipes That will enter you to […]

  • fans

    Fans 4 Oklahoma! You can help right now

    All summer long we’ve been collecting new fans for needy families, but they’re flying off the shelves. The Salvation Army can’t keep up with the demand! They’re having to turn away families, because they don’t have any more fans to give families.  There is an urgent need. If you would like to help, you can drop off a new fan at the Salvation Army’s Center of Hope at 1001 N. Pennsylvania during normal business hours. You’ll also be able to donate […]

  • Peach Salsa

    With peaches in-season, here is an easy and yummy peach salsa recipe

    OKLAHOMA CITY–Chef Kyle Anderson is sharing an easy peach salsa that is perfect this time of year! Enjoy it as a side-dish during these summer months! Fresh Peach Salsa  1.5 lbs fresh peaches, diced (I leave the skin on) 1 lb fresh tomatoes, seeded and diced 1 large red bell pepper, seeded and diced 1 medium red onion, diced 1/2 bunch Cilantro, chopped 1-2 jalapeno pepper(s) seeded and diced 2 T fresh lime juice 1/4 t ground chili powder 1 […]

  • WASHINGTON, DC - MARCH 18:  Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg (L) and Robbie Myers, Editor-in-Chief, ELLE, attend the ELLE and HUGO BOSS Women in Washington Power List Dinner at The Residence of the German Ambassador on March 18, 2015 in Washington, DC.  (Photo by Paul Morigi/Getty Images for ELLE)

    The Rant: Ginsberg Blasts Trump, we want to know what you think

    The headline reads “Ruth Bader Ginsburg horrified by possible Donald Trump presidency”. In an interview the outspoken U-S- Supreme Court Justice said: “I can’t imagine what this place would be; I can’t imagine what the country would be; with Donald Trump as our president. I don’t want to think about that possibility, but if it should be, then everything is up for grabs.” What do you think of comments like this from someone on the nation’s highest court?

  • To honor the four Marines and one sailor killed in Chattanooga, Tennessee on Thursday, July 16, 2015, President Obama ordered flags to be flown at half-staff.

    Flags to be flown half-staff and Capitol will turn blue in wake of Dallas attack

    OKLAHOMA CITY– Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin has ordered flags to be flown at half-staff on state property after the tragedy in Dallas. This order will remain in place through 8:00 p.m. Wednesday, July 13. Oklahoma City Mayor Mick Cornett has made the same order for city property through Tuesday, July 12 at 5:00 p.m. This is in accordance with the Presidential order to lower flags as a mark of respect for the victims of the attack on police officers in […]

  • Eric Garner / Black Lives Matter Protest

    Rallies, vigils after killings by police, Dallas ambush

    People across the United States are planning to come together Friday and this weekend in reaction to back-to-back police shootings caught on video this week and Thursday night’s deadly shooting of five Dallas police officers. The Dallas killings took place during a street protest over police violence. Videos showing two African-American men shot by police earlier this week in Louisiana and Minnesota spurred protests and debate over police use of force. Here’s a look at some of the planned rallies: […]

  • Norman SWAT Standoff

    Swat Team responded to a standoff in a Norman neighborhood

    NORMAN, Okla.– A SWAT team was called to a Norman neighborhood after police responded to a welfare check. Police say the man had barricaded himself inside a home in the 800 block of Coopershawk. The standoff has ended peacefully and the man has been taken by ambulance for evaluation.