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  • Lorrie from Yukon won a storm shelter

    Lorrie from Yukon won a shelter and you have a chance Friday night

    YUKON, Okla. –Lorrie lives in Yukon and has 11 grandchildren.  She is always thinking about their safety, especially during severe weather season. She also was thrilled to have won a new Tornado shelter from Thunder Ground Storm Shelters and NewsChannel  4. “I think about my grandkids all the time. I know how bad our weather can be and the tornado shelter means peace of mind,” said Lorrie. She’s also a big 4 Warn Storm Team fan and enjoys watching Mike […]

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    Oklahoma Strong Run registration is open, event is May 16

    MOORE, Okla.– The second Annual Oklahoma Strong Run will take place on Sat. May 16 at Marketplace Drive in Norman, which is located at the Andy Alligator/HeyDay Entertainment complex at I-35 and Indian Hills Road. The run starts at 8 a.m. with a one-mile Fun Run/Walk. The sanctioned 5K begins at 8:30 a.m. Registration is open at oklahomastrongmonument.com and also open on-site, the morning of the run starting at 7:15 a.m. The 5K run fee is $35 and the Fun […]

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    NBC’s Fall TV night-by-night: Monday has a ‘Voice’ and a ‘Blindspot’

    NBC has announced its fall 2015 TV schedule. While many NBC shows got the ax recently, the ones that were renewed are mostly staying put. The biggest change from the spring is that medical drama  “The Night Shift” is being held for midseason, and the new Greg Berlanti drama “Blindspot” is launching in the coveted post- “Voice” timeslot at 10 p.m. ET/PT on Monday nights. “Undateable,” which is doing all live shows for its third season, is moving to anchor Friday nights. […]

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    New $15 Million dollar Salvation Army Chesapeake Center of Hope opens in Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY– Under beautiful and sunny Oklahoma skies, the brand new Salvation Army Chesapeake Energy Center Of Hope was officially opened in Oklahoma City. This beautiful building cost a little more than $15 million dollars. Major Carlyle Gargis, area commander of Central Oklahoma for The Salvation Army praised the generosity of Oklahomans.  “You can tell the heart of a community by how much they care and reach out to the people most in need,’ said Gargis. The largest sponsor was […]

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    Storm damage update from May 6 Oklahoma severe weather

    The preliminary damage assessment from the May 6, 2015 storms surveyed a 70-square mile area of south Oklahoma City in the wake of a tornado, floods, hail and damaging winds. The final numbers are likely to change as the assessment is finalized. The preliminary damage assessment shows: 96 buildings/recreational vehicles destroyed 3 businesses 86 mobile homes (including 68 recreational vehicles) 6 single-family residences 1 public building (Maranatha Assembly of God, 5600 S Eastern Ave.) 76 buildings with major damage 6 […]

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    Blog: Oklahoma hail, thunderstorms and flash flooding

    Flash flooding and hail pounded Oklahoma on Friday.

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    The Voice is coming to Oklahoma, you could win a *front of the line* pass

    OKLAHOMA CITY– Big news! The hit NBC show The Voice is coming to Oklahoma! If you think you have what it takes to be a contestant, now is your time to shine. Producers from The Voice will be looking for talented Oklahomans to be on the show. Beginning Monday, May 11, you can win a chance to be at the *front* of the line. Imagine not having to wait days or hours in line to show-off your skills? We have […]

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    ‘This tornado shelter means peace of mind,’ An Oklahoma family hit hard in 1999 wins underground storm shelter

    OKLAHOMA ITY–Jim Earp has seen dangerous weather in Oklahoma. His home in Moore was hit by a tornado on May 3, 1999. He and his family took a chance and entered the Thunderground storm shelter giveaway on KFOR and he won! “This tornado shelter means peace of mind. We have neighbors who have shelters, but having our own tornado shelter will be very handy,” said Mr.  Earp. Sheila Earp, Jim’s wife added that she watches Mike Morgan all the time. […]

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    KFOR transmitter in northwest Oklahoma damaged in storms

    A KFOR NewsChannel 4 transmitter in Seiling was damaged by lightning in the May 6 severe weather. This transmitter also sends the KFOR on-air TV signal to the areas of Woodward, Gage and Alva. We are aware of the situation and are working diligently to fix the problem. Our engineers are working now to restore the signal. You can still watch the KFOR NewsChannel 4 live stream when we are in a newscast or on continuous coverage of severe weather […]

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    Stay ahead of storms by downloading the KFOR 4WarnMe weather app

    Introducing the all-new, turbocharged KFOR 4WarnMe weather app! Using this new tool is the easiest way to track the forecast on your smartphone or tablet wherever you may be – with enhanced features to keep your family safe, including live interactive radar and live streaming. The 4WarnMe app can track storms in your neighborhood. Be 4Warned First with 4WarnMe           The 4WarnMe app powered by KFOR  includes these features: Get breaking weather alerts Highest resolution radar […]

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    ‘It will make my family safer,’ The Lacey family won a storm shelter from KFOR and Thunderground

    OKLAHOMA CITY–The Lacey family of Oklahoma City won a tornado shelter from Thunderground Storm Shelters and NewsChannel 4.  Mr. Lacey said he couldn’t believe it when he found out he had won. He was surprised but very thankful. “In Oklahoma, you know a storm shelter is a need and it will make my family safer,” said Mr. Lacey.  He and his wife, Alma, have four beautiful children who were excited about hearing the news of winning a new tornado shelter. […]