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    Executive Producer

    KFOR-TV/KAUT-TV, Oklahoma City’s market leader and one of the top NBC affiliates in the country has an immediate opening for an Executive Producer.  The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of leadership, creativity and collaboration skills to increase the depth and reach of our newscasts and digital platforms while building new audiences and enhancing the user experience.   The Executive Producer will execute best practices in this aggressive breaking news/ severe weather market. Experience: This position requires someone who […]

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    Agreement reached with AT&T keeps KFOR & KAUT on U-verse

    We have an important update to pass along to you! AT&T and Tribune Media have reached an agreement that will cover *multiple* years and allow the KFOR and KAUT signal to be brought to you on AT&T U-verse and Direct-TV. The agreement also means you’ll be able to see Tribune’s cable network, WGN America, if you are an AT&T U-verse or Direct-TV subscriber! We appreciate our loyal KFOR and KAUT viewers.

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    #Stillwaterstrong and #Prayersforpokes trending on Social Media after tragedy at OSU homecoming parade

    STILLWATER, Okla.- As stunned parade-goers looked on after a car crashed into spectators just at the end of the Oklahoma State University homecoming parade, many took to social media to send out details and messages of hope for the victims. Around 10:30 A.M. Saturday morning police say Adacia Chambers, 25, was driving south on Main when she hit an unmanned police motorcycle and then slammed into the parade crowd. She was arrested on suspicion of DUI. There is now an […]

  • Adacia Avery Chambers

    Police: Suspect in deadly OSU homecoming parade crash held on upgraded 2nd degree murder charges

    STILLWATER,Okla.– Adacia Avery Chambers is being held on additional charges of second degree murder (four counts). Chambers, a 25-year-old Stillwater resident, was arrested on Saturday, Oct. 24 for driving under the influence after a collision with a crowd of spectators at the Oklahoma State University Homecoming Parade. Three victims were pronounced dead at the scene and one victim, a two year old boy, died at the hospital as a result of his injuries. Forty-six other people were injured in the […]

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    Attorney for OSU homecoming parade crash suspect says ‘Miss Chambers suffers from a mental illness’

    OKLAHOMA CITY– The attorney representing the woman arrested in the deadly OSU homecoming parade crash says she was not intoxicated and suffers from mental illness. Adacia Chambers, 25,  is charged in connection with plowing her car into a crowd of people watching the end of the OSU homecoming parade Saturday morning. Dozens were injured and 4 died as a result of the crash. Tony Coleman spoke Sunday and says he spent a little over an hour with Chambers Saturday night. He […]

  • Mark McNitt, stepfather Leo Schmitz injured in OSU homecoming parade crash

    ‘It came from behind us,’ one of the OSU homecoming crash victims talks about the ‘chaos’

    OKLAHOMA CITY– Mark McNitt says he and his wife along with his mom and stepfather were enjoying the parade in Stillwater Saturday morning. McNitt says at the end of the parade he felt a gush of wind and the then a sound. He said it sounded like a bomb and then there was chaos. He is talking about the moment a car driven by 25 year old Adacia Chambers slammed into the parade crowd. McNitt says his stepfather, Leo Schmitz […]

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    UCO student among the dead following OSU homecoming parade incident

    OKLAHOMA CITY- An MBA student attending the University of Central Oklahoma was among those killed during a homecoming parade in Stillwater on Saturday. UCO President Don Betz confirms, Nikita Nakal of Mumbai, India died.   She was at the parade when police say 25 year old Adacia Chambers slammed her car into the parade crowd after hitting an unmanned police motorcycle. She was arrested on the suspicion of DUI. Four people have died and the number of injured has grown […]

  • Marvin Stone

    OSU mourns loss of members of the university community

      STILLWATER, Okla. — Oklahoma State University is mourning the loss of those who died in Saturday’s Homecoming parade tragedy, including three members of the OSU family. “We extend our heartfelt sympathies to the families and friends of these wonderful individuals,” said OSU President Burns Hargis. “Marvin and Bonnie Stone were dedicated OSU employees who will be missed by their many OSU friends. Nicolette Strauch is an OSU student-employee devastated by the loss of her two-year-old son Nash. “We offer our […]

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    The OSU Cowboys are mourning once again

    STILLWATER, Okla.-This is not the first time the OSU Cowboy family has been touched by tragedy. This is a tribute to the Cowboy Nation and here is a special message to all of those hurting from the tragedy that happened during the homecoming parade that left 4 dead and dozens injured. The OSU cowboys are mourning once again. The unthinkable has found us. We are shaken. How much can one family take? How many times must will we bear this […]

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    Skiatook girl injured in OSU homecoming parade incident and another victim identified

    STILLWATER, Okla.- Her mother’s Facebook post says her daughter was spending time in Stillwater to experience homecoming but instead became a victim to a horrific crash. Her mother, Tasha Atwell, writes: She was supposed to get to go to her first OSU football game today. Instead she took her first helicopter ride as she was life flighted from the homecoming parade in Stillwater to OKC. KFOR has learned the girl has internal bleeding, five broken ribs, and a bruised lung. She […]

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    Four dead and dozens injured, one in custody after wreck during OSU homecoming parade in Stillwater

      STILLWATER, Okla.- A homecoming parade in Stillwater turned tragic after an incident that left at least 4 people dead and dozens injured. An alleged drunk driver drove a car into the crowd who were watching the end of the homecoming parade. Three people died in Stillwater at the scene of the incident and a 2-year-old child died at OU Medical Center after being transported. Stillwater Police said the list of injured has grown to 44. Stillwater Medical Center says […]