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  • All systems are Go for the Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon

        OKLAHOMA CITY–Thanks to the efforts of many including the City of OKC and OG+E, the Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon will go on as planned tomorrow, Sunday morning at 6:30a.m.despite the weather and storm damage. Some important things to keep in mind: Plan to leave early and build in extra time for your drive to downtown Oklahoma City. The NW 10th and NW 6th exits from the Broadway Extension will be closed at 6:00a.m. You will not be able […]

  • Photos: High winds and flooding leave downed trees and other damage

    OKLAHOMA– Severe weather pounded Oklahoma Friday night into Saturday morning leaving a path of flooding, downed power lines and debris.  

  • Photographer

    OKALHOMA CITY-We are looking for an enthusiastic Photographer to add to our award-winning team. You should be a creative storyteller and a motivated team player, a minimum of two years’ news gathering experience is preferred. This is not a one-man-band position. You will develop stories with a reporter and give input throughout the development of your story. Between our 2 stations we produce 9 1/2 hours of news a day so don’t apply if you aren’t ready to work. You’ll […]

  • Editor- ENG, PT position

    The primary responsibilities of the Part Time ENG Editor are to edit, organize, cue and play video for newscasts. Experience: • Associate’s degree or equivalent from two-year college or technical school or six months to one year related experience and/or training. • Ability to exercise judgment to select shots and video and audio. • Decides allocation of some technical resources to a news story. • Must have the ability to work under pressure, stress and deadlines. • Must be able […]

  • Producer

    OKLAHOMA CITY–Oklahoma City’s market leader and one of the top NBC affiliates in the country is seeking an experienced newscast producer to serve as a team leader. We are looking for maturity, experience and strong communication skills. The ideal candidate also has a talent for showcasing, a commitment to journalism and lives for breaking news Experience: At least 3 years producing experience Top notch showcasing skills and superb writing and communication skills Must be extremely flexible to work different shifts […]

  • Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon weekend events!

    OKALHOMA CITY– Get ready! More than 25,000 runners from all 50 states and 13 foreign countries will Run to Remember this Sunday morning at the 17th Annual Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon. But the Memorial Marathon is really a weekend event kicking off Friday with the opening of the Health & Fitness EXPO at the Cox Convention Center in downtown Oklahoma City. On Sunday, check out the many great places to catch the runners energy and excitement along the course including […]

  • New app for runners released ahead of Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon

    OKLAHOMA CITY–As anticipation builds for the exciting Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon, officials release a new app! This OKCMarathon App is designed for all participants of the Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon. “The App gives us at the Memorial Marathon the ability to communicate with our runners like never before.” Said Kari Watkins, Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon Race Director. “It gives them the power to plan and share their plans with friends and family and is essential for anyone wanting to participate race […]

  • Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon activities planned by two Oklahoma businesses

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Time is running out to sign up to participate in the annual Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon on Sunday, April 30. Races are filling up quickly and you need to get your name on the list now! In anticipation of the day’s event and there will be approximately 24,000 runners taking part, at least two businesses have teamed up for a one-stop destination for you. Cultivar Mexican Kitchen and Red Coyote Running and Fitness are both of the […]

  • Flash Point team talks the state of the current legislative session, most importantly the budget crisis

    OKLAHOMA – The Flash Point team tackled some of the biggest topics in politics this week. Kevin Ogle moderated with Mike Turpen and Kirk Humphreys. Two female lawmakers, Republican Leslie Osborn and Democrat Emily Virgin, joined the panel to discuss the budget crisis. Also on the show, District Attorney Mike Fields discussed the push for Marsy’s Law in Oklahoma. This is a proposed amendment to the Oklahoma constitution, which would give crime victim’s the same rights as defendants. Flash Point is sponsored by Love’s […]

  • Photos: Flash flooding and hail

    OKLAHOMA CITY- Flash flooding and hail across much of Oklahoma Friday morning caused traffic issues, loss of power and stalled cars. Send us your severe weather pictures. Strong high winds even caused damage to trees and some structures.    

  • “It’s teaching so much more,” Oklahoma high school, college students team up to create music

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Class is in session and things are about to get loud. Music students from Southeast High School in Oklahoma City aren’t about to cram for their studies. They’re getting ready to jam! Their music instructor, Rajah Kennedy, teamed up with Professor Michael Boyle and a few of his students, at Oklahoma City Community College to form a rock band. “He asked me if I wanted to play and Mr. Jamario to play, too. So, we kind of […]