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    Oklahoma’s Harn Homestead in need of volunteers to save Christmas

    OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – Harn Homestead has a place in the hearts of many across the state. From visiting as a child to later taking your own children to visit, memories at the museum are part of what it means to be an Oklahoman. One of the fond memories may have taken place at Harn Homestead’s popular Territorial Christmas. The annual event includes tours, hayrides, holiday crafts and even a visit with Santa. Unfortunately, this year’s Territorial Christmas is at the risk of […]

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    We want to get social with you! Being able to connect with you is important to us. Send us your story ideas, pictures or videos. So! Please be sure to follow and like our professional pages.   KFOR-    Facebook    Twitter    Instagram 4WarnStormTeam    Facebook    Twitter KFORSports        Twitter Linda Cavanaugh    Facebook    Twitter Kevin Ogle    Facebook    Twitter Mike Morgan    Facebook    Twitter Lance West    Facebook    Twitter Marianne Rafferty […]

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    Brad Edwards’ Warmth 4 Winter coat drive

    The cooler weather is here and that means it’s time for the KFOR Brad Edwards Warmth 4 Winter coat drive. The late Brad Edwards worked tirelessly as a consumer advocate and started the In Your Corner segments helping Oklahomans. He wanted to help ensure every child had a warm winter coat and we are working to carry on the mission. Edwards, who was always In Your Corner, was driving to work about 30 years ago when he noticed children walking outside […]

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    Oklahoma road conditions

    OKLAHOMA — Temperatures are a bit higher Sunday, but drivers should be alert to black ice as temperatures are still low. Drivers should also remain alert to downed trees and limbs or power lines blocking highways, and never attempt to drive over a power line. While highways have improved today in central Oklahoma and the Oklahoma City metro area, drivers should be aware of black ice developing on bridges as refreezing likely occurred overnight. I-35 from the metro area south to […]

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    NFL bad behavior crackdown? Time to Rant!

    Great time of year for Oklahoma football fans  with Bedlam this weekend but, on the NFL-level, bad behavior is getting the headlines today. Johnny Manziel in trouble again after video of him surfaced partying with alcohol. His past has involved rehab and former Sooner star Frank Alexander suspended for a year after violating the NFL drug policy for the 3rd time. Of course, they are not the only ones…just the most recent. What do you make of all these violations? […]

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    It is best to start thinking about planting bulbs right now and the more the better

    OKLAHOMA CITY- If you want to plant bulbs, now is the time. KFOR’s gardening guru says don’t think small, the more— the better! She says it is all about impact. The types of flowers you get from bulbs really need to make a statement and that requires thinking BIG. Watch the video for helpful tips and tricks to successfully grow bulbs in Oklahoma.

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    Fall is the best time for juicy, tasty apples!

    OKLAHOMA CITY– Apples are good every day! In fact, they can help keep the doctor away. They are at their best in the fall. KFOR’s gardening guru, in the video Linda Vater shows you some different varieties to try while they are at their peak.  

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    Starbucks Serving Up A War On Christmas??

    Retailers already planning their door buster sales and extended hours for Black Friday. Now a few companies are taking a stand against the shopping madness. R-E-I will close all stores and *pay* employees to take Black Friday off! D-S-W also says they will not open before 7 a-m on Black Friday. Great idea or bad business practice?    

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    UPDATE: Edmond construction worker dies after being trapped in trench

    EDMOND, Okla. – Tactical teams were working into the night to recover the body of a person who was trapped inside a trench when it collapsed. Deputy Fire Chief Chris Denton said crews had been working in a utility easement near the road when the side of a 20-foot trench partially collapsed. The fire department responded at around 4:25 p.m. Friday afternoon, finding a couple of workers trying to dig the trapped worker out. “This is going to be a very difficult […]

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    Inside the Bataclan: Witness describes Paris attacks as “a bloodbath”

    It was “a bloodbath,” said Julien Pearce. The radio reporter was at the Bataclan, an oriental-style theater and concert hall in Paris’ 11th district Friday night, listening to an American rock band perform when gunmen stormed the venue. “People yelled, screamed,” Pearce told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer Friday on ‘The Situation Room.’ “It lasted for ten minutes. Ten, horrific minutes where everybody was on the floor covering their head.” The theater has a capacity of 1,500, Cyril Vanier, a reporter with France […]

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    OKLAHOMA CITY- KFOR/KAUT–The primary purpose of the News Producer is to write and manage content/graphics while making important decisions under deadline. You will lead a vibrant and critical team. Experience: MINIMUM KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED: 1. One year minimum producing experience 2. Top notch showcasing skills and superb writing and communication skills 3. Must be extremely flexible to work different shifts throughout the year 4. Ability to work under extreme pressure and deadlines 5. Must keep up on local, […]