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  • Pics: Oklahoma wildfires continue to rage as the fire threat remains high

    OKLAHOMA- Critical fire danger continues to plague much of Oklahoma. Relative humidity of less than 10%, highs in the mid to upper 90s and southwesterly winds gusting to 40 mph will create hazardous fire conditions. Once again, a wind shift tonight will complicate the firefight. The Oklahoma City Fire Department, in coordination with the Governor’s Burn Ban which includes 36 counties, is issuing a burn ban for the entire City of Oklahoma City until further notice regardless of county. The […]

  • OU President David Boren suffers minor stroke during Bob Stoops’ statue unveiling 

    NORMAN, Okla. – OU President David Boren was taken to the hospital Saturday morning after suffering a minor stroke. Boren was attending the unveiling of a statue of former football head coach Bob Stoops. Witnesses say Boren was having trouble speaking at the event and also had trouble sitting down. After speaking with paramedics around 10;45 a.m., Boren was put on a stretcher and taken to the hospital. Joe Castiglione, who finished the speech, says Boren was taken to the […]

  • United Voice: ‘You’ll either move or I’ll get the bus driver,’ an emotional look back for one Oklahoma man

    OKLAHOMA CITY- KFOR is thrilled to be part of a groundbreaking initiative. For more than a year, KFOR has been organizing a project called “United Voice.” This is about promoting a healthy dialogue on race relations in Oklahoma City. Here is a touching memory from Lieutenant Wayland Cubit with the Oklahoma City Police Department. Please watch and share this video. “My grandmother has experiences that still resonate with me today.  My grandmother tells this story from 1942, where she was traveling […]

  • United Voice: Oklahoma City Police officer asks ‘How would you grade OKC on race relations?’

    OKLAHOMA CITY-An ongoing and groundbreaking project is underway called United Voice. KFOR is proud to be a leading partner in this many-faceted initiative to encourage and lead health discussions on race relations in Oklahoma. Oklahoma City Police Officer, Lieutenant Wayland Cubit shares his story on an important poll he conducted several years ago. Please share this message with your friends and family.     “I did this unofficial poll three or 4 years ago and I asked every one of my […]

  • Oklahoma students explain why they are Dr. King’s dream 50 years after his assassination

    OKLAHOMA CITY-This year is the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. While Dr.  King’s life may have ended 50 years ago this week, but his legacy continues to inspire generations. The civil rights icon died while fighting against racial injustice. It is a message that resonates today just as clearly as it did half a century ago. It is also resonating with a group of Oklahoma high school students who came to KFOR to tell […]

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  • Step-by-step directions on how to download everything Facebook knows about you

    OKLAHOMA CITY-Facebook continues to be under pressure since it was revealed user profile information was taken by a British analytical data firm. Now the social media giant is urging you to tighten up security on your accounts. A few of the things you can do is stop taking quizzes through the app. You can stop signing into other apps through Facebook even if it is easy. And you can configure how you want ads to be shown to you based […]

  • Live Goose Cam outside KFOR studios

    OKLAHOMA CITY-KFOR has a Live camera focused on a momma Canada Goose. We will watch along with you as she cares for the six eggs in the nest. They have hatched!!! Check out the babies. Be sure to subscribe to KFOR’s YouTube channel!

  • Scholarships available through Folds of Honor but deadline is near

    OKLAHOMA CITY-Thousands of dollars in scholarships are available to some Oklahomans, but the deadline to apply is quickly approaching. The Folds of Honor organization is dedicated to providing educational scholarships to spouses and children of America’s fallen and disabled service-members. Because of that different types of scholarships to help offset the expense are available but you must submit your application by March 31, 2018. The scholarships will help with tuition, books, room and board, along with other items. These scholarships […]

  • Oklahoma City Streetcar route map

    Here is a map of the new Oklahoma Streetcar routes.  Here is a link to some history of the city vote funding the project

  • At least 2 dead after helicopter crashes into East River

    At least two people were killed after  helicopter went down in the East River Sunday night, officials said. It wasn’t immediately clear how many people were on the helicopter. At least one person survived the crash. The water is about 40 degrees. “We are monitoring the situation and our thoughts and hope for safe recovery are with those who were aboard,” Gov. Andrew Cuomo tweeted. “We are thankful for our first responders at the scene.”   The helicopter is a Eurocopter […]