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  • NewsChannel 4 KFOR

    News Producer- Full Time

    KFOR TV needs a producer who can lead the pack not follow. Producer driven newsroom. 2+years producing experience preferred. Excellent writing and production skills a must. Very competitive news market if you are up to the challenge. Writes & produces news stories for daily newscasts Produces opens and graphics elements for a highly produced newscast fills in on other newscasts as needed Submits story ideas daily contributes recommendations on daily story coverage and special assignments Serves as a leader within […]

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    The missing pet tortoise has been found!

      OKLAHOMA CITY-An Oklahoma City family was desperately searching for their lost pet. Pac-Man is not a playful puppy or a cuddly kitten he is a 100 plus pound  Sulcata Tortoise. The fifteen-year-old reptile was last seen at a bus stop near SE 44th and Eastern before he was reported missing. His owner Heather Hyde said he pushed under the fence and headed  to the bus stop. “It’s breeding season so he had one thing in mind,” Heather told KFOR. A […]

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    Seniors have a place in Oklahoma City to learn computer skills

    OKLAHOMA CITY– SeniorNet is the nation’s premier and most respected nonprofit organization specializing in computer and internet education for adults 55 and over. There is a chapter in Oklahoma City. Charlene Francis, George Francis and Bill James with the Computer Club of Oklahoma City visited the KAUT studios to talk about great opportunities for seniors. The club’s learning center is at 3000 Founders Blvd, suit 201. You can check out more of what they have to offer here and here. […]

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    Homecoming for Miss USA and here’s how you can welcome her back to the Sooner State

    OKLAHOMA CITY– Miss USA, Olivia Jordan, is back home in Oklahoma for the first time since being crowned and she is hitting the ground running with some amazing events going on this week. There is a fundraiser for the Alzheimer’ Association Oklahoma Chapter at Riverwind. Jordan is an advocate for the association. That event is Tuesday Sept. 22 and tickets are $20, and all proceeds go towards Ross’ Foundation, Alzheimer’s Association and the Chicksaw Foundation. For more information, visit www.riverwind.com.  

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    Author Jackie Collins dies of breast cancer

    Best-selling author Jackie Collins, 77, has died “It is with tremendous sadness that we announce the death of our beautiful, dynamic and one-of-a-kind mother, Jackie Collins, who died of breast cancer today,” her family said in a statement. According to People, she had been fighting a private battle with breast cancer after being diagnosed with stage 4 of the disease in 2009.   The novelist has sold 500 million books worldwide. Collins often wrote about Hollywood life.

  • New Snapchat Lenses

    iOS, Facebook and Snapchat updates

    Here are links to the new features inside iOS, Facebook and Snapchat Facebook and the ‘dislike’ button announcement Snapchat updates One of those updates includes the addition of lenses for your pictures. Web Producer Magean De La Torre tested them out for us. Top 15 things hidden inside the new iOS 9 update    

  • Glossip

    U.S. Supreme Court denies new hearing for Oklahoma death row inmate, Richard Glossip

    Oklahoma death row inmate Richard Glossip’s request for a new hearing has been denied by the U.S. Supreme Court.  The court handed down the one-line order on Friday. Richard Eugene Glossip, 52, is scheduled to die by lethal injection on Sept. 16. He was convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to death for the 1997 beating death of Oklahoma City motel manager Barry Alan Van Treese. A co-defendant, Justin Sneed,  who is serving life in prison without parole confessed to beating […]

  • Special Report: Pain and Punishment, hear from the death row inmate and the victim’s wife

    A rare look inside Oklahoma death row from the perspective of the man who is next in line to die. Richard Glossip was convicted in a murder-for-hire plot in 1997.  He was scheduled to die Thursday night January 29, 2015.  At issue is the drug-cocktail used by the state during lethal injections. Read more coverage of the cocktail controversy. There are 44 inmates living on Oklahoma’s death row. Richard Glossip says he is innocent. Glossip was convicted in a murder-for-hire […]

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    Update: Oklahoma Attorney General asks for stays of executions until U.S. Supreme Court reviews protocols

    UPDATE: 1/2615 Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt is requesting the U.S. Supreme Court stay the executions of three inmates while the current procedures are reviewed.  The next scheduled execution is this Thursday January 29. A quote from the application states, “In light of the Supreme Court’s grant of appellants’ petition for writ of certiorari, the State requests that the executions of Glossip, Grant and Cole be stayed until final disposition in Oklahoma’s favor of the appeal in No. 14-7955, Glossip […]

  • Serena Williams

    Stunner at U.S. Open as Serena Williams is upset in semifinal

    The No. 1 female tennis star Serena Williams is upset in the U.S. Open’s Women’s semifinals on Friday. Roberta Vinci beat Williams in three sets, 2-6, 6-4, 6-4, ending Williams’ hope of winning the calendar Grand Slam. .@serenawilliams loses to Roberta Vinci in @USOpen semifinals; calendar grand slam bid ends: http://t.co/LNeIq82XqU pic.twitter.com/htrEKR3Rjs — CNN (@CNN) September 11, 2015 Vinci was unseeded and ranks No. 43 in the world. Vinci will face fellow Italian Flavia Pennetta in the final on Saturday. Report a […]

  • Annual Greek Festival

    Greek Festival underway in Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY- The 31st Annual Greek Festival is underway in Oklahoma City. The fun starts Friday and runs through Sunday at the Saint George Church at NW 145th and Penn. Enjoy entertainment, food, kids and adult games, raffles and shopping. Friday and Saturday the festival runs from 10:00 a.m. -10:00 p.m. and on Sunday from 11:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. It is free admission until 5:00 p.m. on Friday. St. George Greek Festival Menu Visit here for more information