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    Driver plows into Oklahoma City convenience store overnight

    OKLAHOMA CITY-The year started off with a crash for one driver, who plowed into a building overnight. Police say this was not a case of partying too much on New Year’s Eve but possibly a medical condition that caused the driver to lose control on Northwest 2nd Street near Indiana. The driver crashed into the convenience store around 3:30 a.m. and was then rushed to the hospital. Officials say the injuries are not life threatening.  

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    Oklahoma City Fire crews busy on New Year’s Day with metro blazes

    OKLAHOMA CITY-The New Year is off to a busy start for the Oklahoma City Fire Department. So far, crews have responded to three structure fires. The first fire was in a recreational vehicle behind 3901 NW. 9th at 2:45 am. This RV was behind the main house and was 75% involved upon our arrival with flames coming through the roof and from several windows. Crews knocked down the flames very quickly in this forty-foot trailer. Fire investigators arrived and determined […]

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    R&B singer Natalie Cole dies at 65

    Grammy Award-winning singer Natalie Cole died in a Los Angeles hospital on Friday at the age of 65. TMZ.com reports she died from congestive heart failure, although the underlying medical issues were complications from a kidney transplant and Hepatitis C. NBC reports publicist Maureen O’Connor told The Associated Press Cole died Thursday night. O’Connor had no details about how or where Cole died. “Natalie fought a fierce, courageous battle, dying how she lived … with dignity, strength and honor. Our […]

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    Details on Oklahoma City’s Opening Night Celebration along with parking tips

    OKLAHOMA CITY-Looking for an amazing way to ring in 2016 while enjoying live music, wonderful food and a place for kids? Look no further than Opening Night put on by the Oklahoma City Arts Council. Opening Night is Thursday, Dec. 31 from 7 p.m. to midnight with exhilarating performances across 4 venues on 7 stages in downtown Oklahoma City. Thousands enjoy this event, in 2013, 75,000 people celebrated by enjoying the music and fun. Scheduled performances WRISTBANDS Wristbands available at […]

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    An Oklahoma High School band finally makes it to London to take part in New Year’s Day parade after weather delays

    LONDON- After weather delays and equipment checks, members of the Southmoore High School band arrived in England to take part in the 2016 London New Year’s Day Parade. The group waited for hours to get on planes because they were flying out during the big after-Christmas winter storm that left many stranded. However, all of the band members have arrived and are taking in the sites as well as doing performances prior to the big parade. “It was unfortunate. But […]

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    BBB Scam Tracker Information

    Better Business Bureau recently launched their Scam Tracker tool to help consumers find and track scams in their area. Kitt Letcher with Better Business Bureau of Central Oklahoma is here with us to discuss how their Scam Tracker can assist Oklahomans.   What exactly is the BBB Scam Tracker? Free, online searchable database with map of all scams reported to BBB. Reports scams in real time. Shows geographically where scams are reported, and shows trends. Designed to give consumers access […]

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    Sneak peak at new 2016 United States Postal Service stamps

    WASHINGTON – The U.S. Postal Service is providing a preview of its 2016 stamp program that is sure to attract the interest of fans of Star Trek, NASA’s New Horizons mission, Trucks, Shirley Temple, flowers, soda fountain fans and the holidays — just to name a small handful. “Our stamps articulate the American experience through miniature works of art,” said Acting Stamp Services Director Mary-Anne Penner. “Our diverse stamp topics for 2016 are sure to appeal to everyone, and with […]

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    The Rant: The Party’s Over or is it?

    The so-called “affluenza” teenager has been arrested in Mexico with his mother. He was on probation after killing 4 people while driving drunk in Texas, he didn’t get jail time because his attorneys convinced a judge the teen’s family wealth and affluence left him incapable of acting like a responsible adult. Then video surfaced of him at a party involving alcohol; a violation of his parole. He and his mother fled. What should authorities do with him now?

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    PHOTOS: Amazing Oklahoma sunset after harsh winter storm hits

      OKLAHOMA – We wanted to share some spectacular sunset pictures with you sent to us by viewers. The storm might be over, but the effects remain. We wanted to share this little piece of beauty, as we think about thawing out. If you have a picture you wish to share, send them to webmaster4@kfor.com, and be sure to tell us your name and where you took the picture.

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    One big Oklahoma snow drift!

    ARNETT, Okla.- Check out this giant snowdrift near Arnett. @kfor https://t.co/EelkpV3wMh— Mandy (@Mandy1086) December 28, 2015 @Mandy1086 tweeted this and tells KFOR her brother, seen in the picture, is 6 feet tall. That’s one big drift!  

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    Oklahoma Governor extends state of emergency due to winter storms, heavy rains

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Mary Fallin today extended a state of emergency for all 77 Oklahoma counties due to the winter storm and flooding that continues to impact the state. Nearly 200,000 homes were still without power Monday afternoon as a result of another round of freezing rain, ice and sleet that struck western and central parts of the state. Heavy rains inundated the eastern part of Oklahoma. The state of emergency will help facilitate additional mutual aid, which includes […]