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  • Follow the mystery of the Oklahoma tornado Bible

    MOORE, Okla. –Oklahomans know tornadoes show no mercy when it comes to the destruction they unleash. In a matter of seconds, homes can be reduced to splinters. Precious belongings can be scattered for miles with no hope of ever being returned to the rightful owner. However, there are times when items are lifted and moved by the storms powerful strong winds, but they remain intact. Once such item was found after a devastating tornado and we pick up the story […]

  • KFOR reporter passes out during live coverage of Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon (she’s OK)

    During Sunday’s coverage of the Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon, one of our NewsChannel 4 reporters found herself in a little trouble. It was just before 7 a.m. when Kevin and Linda tossed to Chellie Mills, who was live at “Gorilla Hill” at NW 40th and Shartel. As Chellie began her live report her speech slurred and she suddenly stopped talking. The only other sign something was wrong was the look on the young man’s face she was about to interview. […]

  • Terry from Ninnekah won a tornado shelter

    KFOR Tornado shelter winner says this prize will bring her peace of mind

    OKLAHOMA CITY– Terry C. from Ninnekah won the first tornado shelter in the NewsChannel 4 Tornado Shelter Giveaway sponsored by Thunder Ground Storm Shelters. Terry said that winning a tornado shelter will bring her peace of mind. “I’ve never been caught in a tornado but I’ve seen one close by. It’s scary. I have some friends who lost their home in one, so I know what a tornado can do,” said Terry. For your chance to win a tornado shelter […]

  • Special Report: Surgery-free back pain relief

    OKLAHOMA CITY- Neck and back pain are a major issue for thousands of Oklahomans. Treatment can be intensive, surgery in many cases is the only hope for relief, but there’s a fairly new, outpatient option with very little downtime. Joe Berry is an active guy. He is an EMT and spends his days lifting and transporting patients around the Sooner State. “I ate Excedrin like it was candy for a long time,” berry said. Recently Joe found himself in constant […]

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    Here is how to find KAUT Freedom 43 on cable or satellite

    Here is the channel information for our sister-station KAUT Freedom 43 Over the air — 43.1. On Cox Cable — channel 16 or 714. Dish, Direct TV, ATT Uverse –channel 43. Suddenlink –channel 2.

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    A Place to Call Home links

    Here is a link if you have questions about adoption like how long the process takes, paperwork and costs.   You can also call 405-522-4176      

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    Oklahoma’s new website dedicated to earthquakes

    Here is a link to the newly created State website dedicated to earthquakes.

  • Teacher speechless when told she is the center of our Pay it 4Ward

    Her students at Dove Science Academy in Oklahoma City look forward to her classes every day. For one young boy, Peter, Ms. Jenkins is much more than just his teacher. Judge Cindy Truong came to America from a little village in Vietnam and says so many kind-hearted and generous Oklahomans helped. “I had wonderful teachers who taught me English and soon I was making straight A’s. They were so caring and went out of their way, especially when my parents […]

  • ‘We should all live by the Oklahoma Standard’, President Bill Clinton remembers April 19, 1995

    Words of comfort, remembrance, hope and resilience were spoken by former President Bill Clinton as he spoke at the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum Remembrance Ceremony. Clinton was president when the bombing happened, and he traveled to Oklahoma days after the event. He has returned often to pay tribute to those who died, survived, rescue personnel and to all affected by the bombing. “You reminded us we should all live by the Oklahoma Standard,” said Clinton during the remembrance ceremony on […]

  • ‘You were strong. You were unbending,’ FBI Director speaks of Oklahoma’s courage during bombing 20 years ago

    As a special guest of the remembrance ceremony marking the 20th anniversary of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building bombing in Oklahoma City, FBI Director James Comey recalled the courage of Oklahomans.  “You were strong. You were fearless. You understood, even in the face of such terrible hatred, that courage is stronger than fear, love is stronger than hatred, and hope is stronger than grief,” said Comey.  The ceremony was held at The Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum. It […]

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