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  • Reports: Car crashes in Times Square hitting people, one dead

    MANHATTAN, NY–A car crashes into crowds in Times Square according to witnesses leaving one dead and others injured. A law enforcement official reports at least 20 are injured. WNBC reports one person has died. The driver is in custody and it is believed this is not tied to a terrorist attack but the investigation is ongoing. President Trump is “aware” of the Times Square incident and will continue to receive updates, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer tweeted on Thursday.   […]

  • Severe Weather Coverage: Damage reports coming in from western Oklahoma

    OKLAHOMA- Severe weather produced large hail, high winds, heavy rains and tornadoes. One person has died and many more are injured.  

  • Update on ongoing Oklahoma road construction projects

    OKLAHOMA- Here are some construction updates from the Oklahoma Department of Transportation. The projects below are weather permitting: I-240 narrows near I-35 Wednesday night Drivers can expect various lane closures on east and westbound I-240 between I-35 and Santa Fe Ave. from 7 p.m. Wednesday to 6 a.m. Thursday for lane striping. I-240/I-35 interchange work continues through mid-May Drivers can expect the following lane and ramp closures as part of ongoing I-35/I-240 Crossroads interchange reconstruction: • The right shoulder of […]

  • Yukon teacher awarded $500 for her work in the classroom

    YUKON, Okla.– One Oklahoma teacher making the grade is from Yukon. KFOR’s cameras were there when McDonald’s recognized one educator as Teacher of the Year! Ranchwood Elementary’s Colleen Iasiello was given a prize of $500.00 for the award. She was cheered on during a school assembly.    

  • OKC Auto Show donation to 10 Strong

    OKLAHOMA CITY–Revenues raised from two features during the 100th Anniversary Oklahoma City Auto Show were donated during a ceremony Wednesday to local charity, 10 Strong. A total of $23,561.44 was donated through proceeds from the OKC Auto Show Gala and the 18-Hole Mini-Golf Course Experience. The check was presented to 10 Strong, which has a mission to support and encourage families currently going through cancer treatment on the 10th floor of the OU Children’s Hospital. “It was such a great […]

  • Multi-Media Journalist

    OKLAHOMA CITY–Contribute any way necessary in the content gathering, reporting, shooting, editing and producing for KFOR-TV, KAUT-TV, KFOR.com and our various social media platforms PRINCIPAL FUNCTIONS ESSENTIAL TO THE JOB: • Engaging on-air and online personality • Ability to write web, text and social-media versions of news stories • Ability to shoot and to edit video and sound • Ability to enterprise news stories • Ability to write and to interpret broadcast-news copy • Ability to report live-breaking news • […]

  • 17th Annual Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon #RuntoRemember

    OKLAHOMA CITY- The 17th annual Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon welcomes more than 26,000 runners. The 26.2 miles runs through various parts of Oklahoma City, through business districts and beautiful neighborhoods with cheering crowds along the route. The course begins at the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum and ends back at the Gates of Time. Along the way, runners pass 168 banners, each bearing the name of one of the 1995 Murrah bombing victims. Follow along in this Live Blog […]

  • The Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon, A celebration of life

    OKLAHOMA CITY–A stunning four time winner, a course record, rain, sunshine, wind and a marriage proposal – those were just a few things that happened at the 17th Annual Memorial Marathon on Sunday. The Run to Remember symbolizes a celebration of life, remembering the lives of the 168 persons killed in the OKC bombing, the survivors, first responders and those who have overcome challenges in their own lives. It was a cold, windy start but the weather could not dampen […]

  • Update: Traffic flowing on I-40 at Amarillo Junction after morning shutdown

    OKLAHOMA CITY–All lanes of the Amarillo Junction were closed due to downed power lines. Overnight storms with high winds knocked down the lines across the roadway OHP says Traffic was diverted on I-44 at SW 15th and on I-40 at Penn. Crews worked for hours to get traffic moving Live interactive traffic

  • All systems are Go for the Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon

        OKLAHOMA CITY–Thanks to the efforts of many including the City of OKC and OG+E, the Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon will go on as planned tomorrow, Sunday morning at 6:30a.m.despite the weather and storm damage. Some important things to keep in mind: Plan to leave early and build in extra time for your drive to downtown Oklahoma City. The NW 10th and NW 6th exits from the Broadway Extension will be closed at 6:00a.m. You will not be able […]

  • Photos: High winds and flooding leave downed trees and other damage

    OKLAHOMA– Severe weather pounded Oklahoma Friday night into Saturday morning leaving a path of flooding, downed power lines and debris.