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  • Scam alert: Oklahoma realtors warning renters about online scams

    OKLAHOMA CITY – If you are in the market for a new rental home, we have a warning for you. The Oklahoma Association of Realtors wants you to be aware of an online scam happening in the state. Here’s how it works:  The suspect duplicates a listing online, specifically on Zillow, as a rental property. When someone is interested in a listing, they will be asked to send a deposit in exchange for keys, which will be mailed to them. […]

  • Two suspects in Stillwater triple shooting in custody

    STILLWATER, Okla. – Police have arrested two suspects wanted for the shooting in Stillwater that killed one and injured two others. It all began Saturday night when police say someone called saying a body had been found at a home. When officers arrived on scene, there were three people suffering from gunshot wounds. Rodriquez Cortez Johnson, Jr. 19, was taken into custody in New Mexico following a standoff with state police in Raton late Tuesday evening. Stillwater Police and the […]

  • Spring Break day trips from Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY- Spring break is underway for many Oklahoma kids while other districts will be out in the coming weeks. If you are searching for some easy and fun one-day getaways, Discover Oklahoma has a great list! The Sooner State is filled with amazing sites and activities. Lake Murray State Park in Ardmore is just a little over an hour drive from Oklahoma City. The new lodge opened in February and can be a fun place for a day trip. […]

  • Discover Oklahoma: Links for Spring Break day trips from Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY– Here are some fun things to do as day trips during Spring Break from Oklahoma City Oklahoma State Parks information  Weatherford: Stafford Air & Space Museum Oklahoma Aquarium in Jenks: Sea Turtles Tulsa: Los Cabos Menu  Tulsa: Napa Flats Menu  Weatherford: Lucilles Roadhouse  Ardmore: Blue Heron at Lake Murray  Ardmore: Ten Star PIzza Kitchen   

  • Meet the KFOR 4Warn weather team at the 2017 Severe Weather Awareness Expo

    OKLAHOMA CITY– Severe weather season is fast approaching and you need to be prepared. Come meet the Oklahoma weather experts at the 2017 Severe Weather Awareness Expo at Penn Square Mall, Saturday, March 4. The entire 4Warn weather team will be there to talk about safety, storm chasing and forecasting. KFOR’s team of experienced weather chasers and will also be on hand to talk about the latest technology they use in the field when helping to keep you 4Warned. This […]

  • ‘I’m a patriot’, former Oklahoma Supreme Court Justice proud of judicial nominating process and defends controversial decisions

    OKLAHOMA CITY– The KFOR Flash Point team tackle the controversy surrounding a new Oklahoma Supreme Court appointee along with taking a look at how the court operates. The retired Chief Justice, Steven W. Taylor has had a long and distinguished career. He discusses his vast experience in the Marine Corps as a prosecutor, defense counsel and military judge. Once he left the military he continued his career in law and eventually presided over the state trial of Oklahoma City Bombing […]

  • Oklahoma elementary school spotlighted for teaching technology

    OKLAHOMA CITY–Technology is part of daily life. Who doesn’t have a cellphone or computer? Who creates the apps, programs or the next big technology breakthrough? One Oklahoma City elementary school wants its students to be at the forefront of that group. The students at Kaiser Elementary School are learning to become the next generation of scientists, inventors and engineers. Inside Kimberly Moore’s fifth grade class, her students are learning those key skills to put them on that track. “They learn […]

  • Body found in Oklahoma River

    OKLAHOMA CITY- Crews are at the Oklahoma River where a body has been found. Oklahoma City Fire officials say a body was found in the water near the 1600 block of S. Robinson. The OKCFD Dive Team removed the body from the water and will turn the investigation over to the Oklahoma City Police Department. No other details are available at this time.  

  • Sewage Spill shuts down two downtown roads

    OKLAHOMA CITY– A rough start to the morning for downtown commuters as a sewage spill is closing down roadways. Both southbound lanes of Western and Shields at I-40 were closed during the morning rush hour.   Shields Blvd bridge closed until approx 1pm raw sewage clean up pic.twitter.com/R5o4L47lqA — TTN Oklahoma City (@TotalTrafficOKC) February 21, 2017 Crews with the Fire Department, Haz-Mat, storm water quality and the Oklahoma City Police Department worked to clean up the mess. The main spill […]

  • Oklahoma faces $878 million shortfall for upcoming year, revenue failure declared

    OKLAHOMA CITY– A state panel has certified the Oklahoma Legislature will have $878 million less to spend on the budget for the upcoming fiscal year and that additional cuts must be ordered for the current year. Collections to the state’s general fund fell well short of projections. That means finance officials will order across-the-board cuts to all state agencies, including public schools. The shortfall for the upcoming fiscal year beginning July 1 means the Legislature will have about 13 percent […]

  • Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum closed Monday due to flooding

    OKLAHOMA CITY- Overnight flooding forced  The Oklahoma National Memorial Museum to close on Monday. Sunday night a large storm caused a water leak into the east side of the Journal Record Building where construction is ongoing. Water spread into the Memorial Museum. “No artifacts have been damaged thanks to the quick reaction of our staff,” said Kari Watkins, Executive Director. “All artifacts are safe and protected from further leaks.” Disaster recovery efforts continued through the overnight hours. The Museum plans […]