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  • Mark Costello, Oklahoma Labor Commissioner

    Funeral services set for Oklahoma Labor Commissioner Mark Costello

    OKLAHOMA CITY- The family of Oklahoma Labor Commissioner, Mark Costello, released information on funeral services. He was killed Sunday after being stabbed in a metro area restaurant parking lot. There will be a Rosary and Funeral Mass. Rosary  St. Monica Catholic Church 2001 N Western in Edmond, Friday, August 28 at 6:30 p.m. Funeral Mass St. Monica Catholic Church 2001 N Western in Edmond, Saturday, August 29 at 10:00 a.m. Body to lie in repose The body of Oklahoma Labor […]

  • Glossip

    U.S. Supreme Court denies new hearing for Oklahoma death row inmate, Richard Glossip

    Oklahoma death row inmate Richard Glossip’s request for a new hearing has been denied by the U.S. Supreme Court.  The court handed down the one-line order on Friday. Richard Eugene Glossip, 52, is scheduled to die by lethal injection on Sept. 16. He was convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to death for the 1997 beating death of Oklahoma City motel manager Barry Alan Van Treese. A co-defendant, Justin Sneed,  who is serving life in prison without parole confessed to beating […]

  • Christian Costello arraignment

    Son accused of murdering father, Oklahoma Labor Commissioner denied bond at first court appearance

    OKLAHOMA CITY-Christian Costello was denied bond at a hearing Tuesday in connection with the stabbing death of his father, Oklahoma Labor Commissioner, Mark Costello. Christian Costello appeared nearly emotionless as he appeared before Special Judge Russell Hall. He listened to the charge and bond was denied. Christian,26, is charged with the first-degree murder of his father Mark Costello. Police say the two had agreed to meet on Sunday at an Oklahoma City Braum’s. Witnesses say Christian attacked his father with […]

  • Project Life Run

    Run in this race and you could help buy smoke alarms for fellow Oklahomans

    OKLAHOMA CITY- The 3rd annual ‘The Project Life Run is coming up on September 19. The event is hosted by the Oklahoma City Fire Department and the money raised will buy smoke alarms for Oklahomans. The event consists of a 5K and a 1 Mile fun run. There are still spots open. OKCFD Project Life Run Saturday, September 19 Regatta Park- 701 S. Lincoln, Oklahoma City 1 Mile fun run starts 8:00 a.m. 5K run starts at 8:30 a.m. Here […]

  • Oklahoma City Ballet excited about upcoming season, here is a preview of what is in store

    OKLAHOMA CITY- The Oklahoma City Ballet is about to open its new season with the season’s first performance. The troupe will stage ‘Exurgency’. Yui Sato and Amy Haley joined the KFOR morning team for a preview of this show and the exciting season ahead. Exurgency will open September 18. For ticket information on this and all Oklahoma City Ballet performances click here. 

  • Harry Volkman, former WKY (KFOR) meteorologist

    Oklahoma weather pioneer, Harry Volkman dies

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Former WKY meteorologist Harry Volkman, 89, who had been ill, has passed away. Volkman is credited with being the first person to broadcast a public tornado alert on in 1952. Although it was against the rules of the government, Volkman issued the first official televised tornado warning right here at NewsChannel 4 when it was known as WKY-TV. He stayed in Oklahoma City for a decade before he moved to Chicago where he dominated television ratings for […]

  • Steven Clark Courtesy: Seminole County Sheriff's Department

    Man pleads guilty to manslaughter in crash that killed an Oklahoma Highway Trooper

    SEMINOLE COUNTY, Okla. – In a move that surprised prosecutors, a man accused of hitting and killing an Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper pleaded guilty to first-degree manslaughter. On Thursday, Steven Clark entered the plea in Seminole County Court. Trooper Nicholas Dees was killed in a crash earlier this year while responding to an overturned semi-truck along I-40. According to court documents, Clark admitted to OHP investigators that he saw the troopers’ flashing emergency lights but didn’t slow down. Instead of merging […]

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    Experts: Cheating website ‘Ashley Madison’ massive data hack is the real deal

    Tech experts say hackers who targeted cheaters’ dating site Ashley Madison have published stolen data from more than 1 million users. At first it was thought the reported leak might be fake but independent security experts say it is real. However, the chief technology officer of Ashley Madison says his team has found no evidence that the breach is authentic.    

  • Andrew Macias, 4

    4-year-old tries to be brave, tears up when reporter asks about first day of school

    LOS ANGELES — A reporter at KTLA made a 4-year-old boy cry when she asked him about his first day of pre-kindergarten. Andrew Macias, 4, answered a few questions as he made his way into school on Tuesday. When Courtney Friel asked Andrew if he would miss his mom during his first day at City Terrace Elementary School, the young man firmly said “No,” then paused a second and began to tear up. A few seconds later, Andrew’s mom gave him a […]

  • Court documents: Former Subway spokesman Jared Fogle engaged in sex with minors, distributed child pornography

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Jared Fogle, the former Subway spokesman, entered a federal courtroom on Wednesday in Indianapolis. It was first reported he would plead guilty to charges in connection with a plea agreement, according to WXIN. It is expected that Fogle will plead guilty to charges of possessing and distributing child pornography, and crossing state lines to pay for sex with minors, a defense attorney said, following Fogle’s initial court appearance in federal court. Fogle “has notified the court that […]

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    Apps to help with back-to-school

    Here are links to the back to school apps Quizlet  iOS     Android Kahn Academy  iOS    Android  EasyBib   iOS    Android Fast Scanner Pro    iOS     Android  StudyCal  iOS iHomework  iOS