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    Oklahoma City Police need help identifying robbery suspect

    OKLAHOMA CITY- Police need help identifying a suspect in newly released surveillance video. A local Food Mart was robbed at 412 SE 44th and the whole thing was caught on tape. Police say the suspect pointed a gun at the clerk and then left with cash from the register. His face was covered while he was at the counter but there are some images of him without that covering. If you have any information about this crime or recognize the […]

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    Deer Creek school bus wreck at NW 192nd and Penn

    EDMOND, Okla. –  Emergency crews responded to a Deer Creek School bus wreck at the intersection of NW 192nd and Penn. The Fire Department says there one person  being treated for minor injuries. That person was in the SUV involved in the accident. Officials say no children were injured. At this time there are no details on how this crash happened. This is a developing story, please refresh for updates.   

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    PT Production Intern

    The primary responsibility of the Production Intern is to assist the news room with newscasts. Experience: Candidate must be a full-time student enrolled in a college or university with a focus in Broadcast Journalism. Requirements: Complete all hours required, Conduct themselves in a business-like manner, Wear business appropriate clothes, Interns are not personal assistants for any KFOR employees. Requirements: Candidate should have a fundamental understanding of every news process i.e. producing a newscast, shooting a news story, editing a news […]

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    The Rant: Should Oklahoma follow California’s lead and raise the minimum wage?

    Governor Jerry Brown signed the bill into law giving California this country’s highest statewide minimum wage of 15 dollars an hour by 2022. New York is looking at a similar move. Those state leaders say they are trying to close the gap between the rich and poor. Would Oklahoma be wise to follow their lead?

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    Broadcast Engineer

    POSITION SUMMARY: This proactive individual must possess the ability to troubleshoot, repair, install and perform preventative maintenance of broadcast equipment. As Broadcast Engineer you will work on maintaining and supporting all aspects of station’s day-to-day operations. You will also provide direct technical support for our news department which produces more than 50+ hours of live programming weekly. THE WORK: • Maintains TV transmitters, microwave equipment, audio consoles, video switchers, satellite transmitters/receivers, audio/video monitors, and associated equipment. • Maintains signal quality […]

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    Walmart Foundation looking for Oklahoma nonprofits to apply for thousands of dollars in grants

    OKLAHOMA CITY- The Walmart Foundation will begin accepting grant applications to its State Giving Program on April 4. Oklahoma nonprofit organizations can apply for grants ranging from $25,000 to $200,000 to support programs that focus on hunger relief and healthy eating, career opportunity and disaster preparedness. The deadline to submit grant requests is April 15 at 11:59 p.m. The Walmart Foundation will award grants to Oklahoma organizations that address areas of need among underserved populations. In 2015, over 15 Oklahoma-based charities received grants including: […]

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    How retirees can save big on eyeglasses

    OKLAHOMA CITY- A new pair of specs can run you a pretty penny. You can easily spend $200 for a basic pair, but if you want designer frames or need bifocal or progressive lenses the price can more than double. Here are a few different options that can help you save. Savvy Senior Editor Jim Miller explains how to save money on eyeglasses. Medicare/Insurance Coverage If you are a Medicare beneficiary, you may already know that original Medicare (Part A and B) […]

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    You are in charge of The Rant! Open topic Thursday

    THANK YOU! You’re In Charge Of The Rant Thursday’s mean Open Topic Night on The Rant!   Send me your personal rant or rave then look for your comments tonight at 10PM on NewsChannel 4!

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    St. Baldrick’s 2016 ‘Bald is Bold’ fundraiser

    OKAHOMA CITY- It’s almost time for St. Baldrick’s 2016 and it is gonna be a great one this year! It’s Sunday April 3rd and is hosted by Beck’s Garage and VZD’s on 42nd and N. Western. The registration starts at 12 PM and the shaving begins at 1 PM. This year’s event is being hosted by KFOR’s Kristen Shanahan and Ashley Kringen. As usual we will have some of OKC’s best food trucks at the event and tons of live […]

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    Oscar winner Patty Duke dies at 69

    Oscar winner Anna “Patty Duke’ Pearce died early Tuesday morning from sepsis stemming from a ruptured intestine according to a statement from her talent agency. She was 69. “She was a wife, a mother, a grandmother, a friend, a mental health advocate and a cultural icon. She will be missed,” the statement said. Duke, who won an Oscar as a teen for “The Miracle Worker” and maintained a long and successful career throughout her life. She built on her success […]

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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 […]