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  • Buck the Norm with the 3 S’s for a financially fit 2015

    Tinker Federal Credit Union has a program empowering students to ‘Buck the Norm‘ when it comes to finances. The Credit Union offers services to help young people learn how to handle money responsibly. Here are the 3 S’s for all ages to use to maintain financially fit! Spend ­­– Share – Save:  Spend: Create a Spending plan to organize your money. Figure out what money you have coming in and then where you will be spending it (i.e. food, housing, […]

  • Award-winning musical cast stops by Rise & Shine to talk about the Oklahoma stop

    The Tony and Grammy Award-winning musical “Once” is now playing in Oklahoma City. It tells the story of an Irish musician and a Czech immigrant drawn together by their shared love of music. Donna Garner and Cassidy Stirtz stopped by the Rish & Shine studioes Wednesday morning. The musical will be in Oklahoma City through January 18 at the Civic Center Music Hall. Get tickets by calling (800) 869-1451 or go to  

  • Dash-cam video released in OHP trooper involved shooting

    GUTHRIE, Okla.– We got our first look at dash-cam video Tuesday of a Guthrie shooting that took place after a traffic stop. OHP says Trooper Swickey shot Kenneth Brown, 18, when Swickey felt his life was in danger. The dash-cam video shows Swickey pulling over Brown for allegedly not having his headlights on. It appears to be just a routine traffic stop, letting Brown off with just a written warning. However, the mood changes when Trooper Swickey begins questioning Brown. […]

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    Rise and Shine contest form

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  • New interactive exhibits unveiled at Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum

    OKLAHOMA CITY – $10 million dollars’ worth of new, interactive exhibits were unveiled Thursday at the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum. They even unveiled a sign from a motel that played a significant role in the FBI Investigation into the Alfred P. Murrah Building Bombing nearly 20 years ago. You will also find Timothy McVeigh’s getaway car and touch screen exhibits throughout the museum aimed at drawing in younger generations to make sure the bombing nor its victims are forgotten. […]

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    News Writer- Part Time

    The primary purpose of the News Writer is to write and gather information for highly produced newscasts, to assist with Assignment desk duties and roll TelePrompTer for daily newscasts. Experience: SKILLS & KNOWLEDGE REQUIREMENTS: 1. A proven journalistic talent for news writing. 2. Ability to type, operate police scanner, handle news telephones and other such equipment. 3. Valid Oklahoma Driver’s License (or able to get one). Requirements: PRINCIPAL FUNCTIONS: 1. Writes news stories for daily newscasts 2. Delivers scripts to […]

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    Fitness and wellness apps

    Here are links to the featured fitness and wellness apps Here are the links to Human   iOS  and Android   Human will track how much you move in a day. It will also set a goal of moving 30-minutes in a day. Here are the links to the 7-Min Workout  iOS and Android This app provides an easy to use timed workout to do in 7-minutes. It will show you the exercise and a :30 countdown plus a :10 […]

  • Local jail trains for riots and hostage situations

    LOGAN COUNTY, Okla. – A local jail is training for riots and hostage situations. If a jail riot breaks out, the Cell Extraction Response Team is called in to help. During a three day course this week, Logan County Sheriff’s Office Detention Center deputies are brushing up on tactics and techniques used to stop violent offenders and gain control of resisting inmates. The scenario on day two of training:  two inmates on the loose and one officer down. Each detention […]

  • Watch Oklahoma City Zoo’s newest baby elephant take first bath

    OKLAHOMA CITY –  A little shy at first, but it didn’t take long for Oklahoma City Zoo’s newest baby elephant to warm up to the water Tuesday morning. “If I could start my morning out every morning just watching a baby elephant getting a bath or just romping around I would do it. If you aren’t smiling when you see that baby elephant then I don’t know you’re just not human,” Tara Henson, with the Oklahoma City Zoo, said. This baby […]

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    Updated Oklahoma City driving conditions

    Updated as of 01/02/15 11:00AM Conditions on highways in southwestern and southern parts of the state are wet with a few slick spots as temperatures hover around freezing. Crews are treating roads and bridges as needed. In other areas, including the Oklahoma City and Tulsa metros, as precipitation moves in and with temperatures above freezing, crews are continuing to monitor conditions and are prepared to respond. Salt is in good supply with approximately 6,000 tons in stock. A salt truck […]