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    Tips to make your cell battery last longer

    OKLAHOMA CITY- Here are some tips to help you make your cell battery life last longer. Use a portable power charger. Most are the size of a deck of cards or a lipstick tube. They are relatively inexpensive and work great when you don’t have access to an outlet Find out which apps are burning the most energy. Here’s how: iOS: Go to Settings > General > Usage > Battery Usage. From there, you can identify all the culprits and […]

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    ‘Riding The Whirlwind, Weather in the West’, KFOR a pioneer in Oklahoma weather coverage

    OKLAHOMA CITY-  The state of Oklahoma is ground zero for some of the wildest weather on earth. Tornadoes, flash floods, heat waves, and blizzards are some of the weather extremes that hit the Sooner state. Starting Friday, February 5th, NewsChannel 4 and the 4 Warn Storm Team in partnership with the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum are proud to present Riding The Whirlwind, Weather in the West. This outstanding exhibit organized by the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, will help you […]

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    News Producer

    OKLAHOMA CITY- KFOR/KAUT–The primary purpose of the News Producer is to write and manage content/graphics while making important decisions under deadline. You will lead a vibrant and critical team. Experience: MINIMUM KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED: 1. One year minimum producing experience 2. Top notch showcasing skills and superb writing and communication skills 3. Must be extremely flexible to work different shifts throughout the year 4. Ability to work under extreme pressure and deadlines 5. Must keep up on local, […]

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    Whoa! Check out this plane landing on a very windy day in Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY- It was a bumpy ride and landing for folks on this United flight. Bob Moore Chopper4 was near Will Rogers Airport as this flight was coming in on Wednesday afternoon. The pilot did a great job of hitting the runway.      

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    Current Wildfires impacting Oklahoma

    OKLAHOMA- Due to high fire danger and ongoing wildfires across the state, the State Emergency Operations Center is activated. The Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management (OEM) is in contact with emergency managers in the affected areas and is coordinating with Oklahoma National Guard, Oklahoma Forestry Services Division, Oklahoma Highway Patrol, Oklahoma State Department of Health, Oklahoma Department of Transportation, Oklahoma Office of Homeland Security, National Weather Service, American Red Cross, the Salvation Army, and Oklahoma Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (VOAD). […]

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    Oklahoma Turnpike Authority holding public meeting on alignment for Southwest Kilpatrick Extension

    OKLAHOMA CITY- The Oklahoma Turnpike Authority (OTA) is hosting a community public meeting Tuesday, March 29 to present the preliminary alignment for the Southwest Kilpatrick Extension. This project will be an extension of the Kilpatrick Turnpike that will connect southwest Oklahoma City and the metro area at-large with the urban core. It will increase access and offer another route for Will Rogers World Airport. It will occur between I-40 and State Highway 152/Airport Road. At this come and go meeting, engineers and right-of-way […]

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    Pi Day on KAUT with special guest Your Pie!

    OKLAHOMA CITY- The owners of Your Pie came on the show for National Pi day! Your Pie is located at 5301 Main Street in Del City with a new location coming soon in Moore. The eatery features hand-tossed dough, fresh ingredients, homemade pizza sauces and offers vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free pizzas as well as traditional pies.  

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    KFOR meteorologist Emily Sutton getting ready for big weekend

    OKLAHOMA CITY – KFOR’s Emily Sutton is getting married this weekend. On Friday, the group from OneHeathlyBod celebrated by having a Bridal Bootcamp. Emily and her fiance, Michael, will tie the knot on Saturday evening. We wish the couple (and Okie) well as they embark on a new life together!

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    Remembering the legendary photojournalist Darrell Barton

    OKLAHOMA CITY- Photojournalist Darrell Barton was remembered by family, friends  and fans of his amazing work on Saturday. Darrell Barton, 73, passed away last year following a brief illness. Barton served as the chief photographer for KTVY-TV from 1969 to 1983. He was a Marine Veteran who realized he had a passion for telling stories through the lens of a camera. Eventually he worked for 60 Minutes, 48 Hours, Dateline and 20/20. Photojournalists and reporters from across the country joined […]

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    Oklahoma City Police Department to be inspected as part of accreditation process

    OKLAHOMA CITY- A team of assessors for the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA), will arrive on March 20, 2016 to examine all aspects of the Oklahoma City Police Department’s Policy and Procedures, Management, Operations, and Support Services, Chief William Citty announced today. Verification by the team that the Oklahoma City Police Department meets the Commission’s state-of-the-art standards is part of a voluntary process to gain re-accreditation – a significant recognition of law enforcement professional excellence, he […]

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    Gov. Mary Fallin announces emergency funding for education and DOC

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin and other legislative leaders announce an emergency funding agreement to help the Department of Education and the Department of Corrections for the current 2016 fiscal year. This comes amid a 1.3 billion dollar budget shortfall. The governor announced the Senate, House and her office reached an agreement to tap into the state’s Rainy Day fund. The Department of Education is expected to receive $51 million, and the Department of Corrections will receive approximately […]