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    KFOR Sports Director Bob Barry, Jr killed in NW Oklahoma City accident, driver arrested

    OKLAHOMA CITY– KFOR Sports Director Bob Barry, Jr died in a crash Saturday afternoon in Northwest Oklahoma City. Police say the accident happened near Memorial and North May Avenue around 4:00 p.m. Barry was riding a motor scooter southbound on North May when police say Gustavo Gutierrez-Castillo, 26, unlicensed driver made an illegal U-Turn in front of him. He hit the driver’s side of the car and was thrown over 20 feet. Barry was not wearing a helmet. He was […]

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    Celebrating the life of Bob Barry, Jr.

    OKLAHOMA CITY– The family has finalized plans to celebrate the life of Bob Barry, Jr. The services will be open to the public and are scheduled for Friday, June 26, at 11:00 a.m. The memorial will take place at Crossings Community Church located at 14600 N. Portland Ave in Oklahoma City. We welcome you to sign our virtual guestbook.  In lieu of flowers the Barry family asks you to make a donation in Bobby’s name to the Wounded Warrior Project.  […]

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    Levee breaks near Tishomingo

    MARSHALL COUNTY, Okla.- The Army Corps of Engineers said the Cumberland Levee, just south of Tishomingo, has a breach. The levee, which sits just north-west of the Fort Washita bridge on Highway 199, holds back water from the Washita River, channeling it into Lake Texoma. The Army Corps reports the water is flowing into an uninhabited area.    

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    Heartfelt messages pour in to honor KFOR Sports Director, Bob Barry, Jr.

    OKLAHOMA CITY–There has been an outpouring of emotion, support and condolences as we announce the passing of KFOR Sports Director and friend Bob Barry, Jr. Bob Barry, Jr. was an icon in broadcasting in Oklahoma. He touched many lives. You can use the hashtag #RIPBBJ to offer your condolences. Want to thank my @kfor family for such a wonderful piece on my #1GuyInTheWorld @bbjsports made me drop a few tears love you guys!!!! — Scissorhands (@ScissorhandsOKC) June 22, 2015 This […]

  • Weekly Walk-ups AT Myriad Botanical Gardens

    There are tons of things to do at the Myriad Gardens this summer, here are a few

    There are all kinds of activities for all ages happening in July at the Myriad Botanica Gardens in downtown Oklahoma City. Check them out! KIND Yoga Tuesdays, 5:45-6:45pm Inside the Crystal Bridge or Pavilion, depending on weather M FREE/NM $10 Best for age 16 and up   This is a great, all-levels Vinyasa-style class led by Alexis Persico. Class participants should bring a yoga mat and water. We’ll meet inside the Crystal Bridge. Drop in for a session or two, […]

  • Seminole teachers get emotional when asking to have contracts renewed with school district

    SEMINOLE, Okla.–Three Seminole teachers and a counselor are out of a job after the Seminole school board decided not to rehire them from temporary contracts. Dozens of community members and teachers showed up to speak out against the board in support of the teachers Thursday night. If you listen to their accomplishments, it begs the question, why they were they not rehired. “I have been highly recommended by my superintendent and my principal.” That’s what three teachers and one school […]

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    Update: Former city councilman charged in connection with copper thefts

    UPDATE: On Thursday, James Richard Smith was officially charged with six counts of copper theft from a tornado siren and one count of engaging in a pattern of criminal offenses.   LUTHER, Okla. — A longtime Luther city councilman is behind bars for stealing from the very citizens he was elected to protect. James Richard Smith, also a former Luther mayor, allegedly told three inmates to strip tornado sirens of copper. The damaged tornado sirens remain outside the Luther town […]

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    Digital Content Producer

      The Digital News Producer is responsible for writing and reporting breaking and developing news stories on KFOR.com, and KFOR  mobile apps and social media.  Must have excellent news judgment, a sense of what’s important to KFOR viewers and Oklahomans in general, and the ability to report and write news stories accurately, clearly and quickly. The producer will have a comprehensive knowledge of reporting, sourcing, transparency and journalism ethics, as well as a mastery of spelling, punctuation, grammar and AP […]

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    19 tips to protect your phone all summer

    19 smart tips to protect your phone during the summer. You do not want the water, heat or sand to ruin your investment.   Stock up on plastic baggies Or use a phone condom If you drown your phone, immediately use a hairdryer on MEDIUM heat (use rice as last resort) Know when your phone is too hot Keep your phone in the shade while you’re in the sun Don’t leave it in a hot car Keep your phone away […]

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    Digital Account Executive

    The Digital Account Executive (DAE) will report to the Digital Sales Manager and be responsible for aggressively pursuing digital media advertising sales.  The DAE will sell all of the station’s suite of digital products including display, mobile, video, social media, SEM and SEO.  We’re seeking a persuasive digital professional who is passionate about digital media trends and who will relentlessly pursue business Core Job Functions: Responsible for driving new digital sales (by assessing and facilitating the use of best practices […]

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    Programming change: Discover Oklahoma will move from KFOR to Freedom 43 on Saturday

    Discover Oklahoma will not be seen on KFOR on Saturday June 6  at 6:30 p.m.  Instead, you can watch Discover Oklahoma will  on KAUT at 10:00 pm Saturday night (channel 43.1 over-the-air, channel 16 or 714 on Cox Cable, channel 2 on Suddenlink, channel 43 on Dish, Direct TV and ATT Uverse.)” Hitch a ride with Jenifer Reynolds and Dino Lalli each week to discover friendly folks, tucked-away attractions, roadside eateries, and grand adventures – from the extreme… to the serene – […]