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    Director of Technology

    KFOR/KAUT, NBC Oklahoma City, OK is looking for a Director of Technology to oversee, design and develop IT based broadcast systems at its studio, transmitter and remote locations. The role is both Strategic and hands-on. The ideal candidate will have demonstrated the implementation and management of IT-centric technologies and operational models within a broadcasting environment; specifically in Local News and field operations. This leadership position, reporting directly to the Station General Manager, requires extensive experience in planning, budgeting, managing, maintaining […]

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    Oklahoma City Thunder’s Kevin Durant out again Monday night

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant will miss Monday’s home game against Orlando because of the nagging toe injury. KFOR Sports Director Bob Barry Jr. says Durant’s big toe was injured during a game against Cleveland a week ago. This is the third out of the last four games Durant has missed. Kevin Durant will not play tonight vs Magic (toe injury). He's missed 3 of last 4 games. pic.twitter.com/3fGEBm12UR — SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) February 2, 2015 Because of […]

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    Oklahoma Bureau of Investigation probes a deadly shooting in Antlers

    The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is looking into a deadly shooting in Antlers. The  shooting happened Thursday evening in the 500 block of NE B Street. Antlers police say the shooting happened during a confrontation between the victim, Ronnie Wesley Long and Chase Lloyd Covington. OSBI agents arrested Covington for the murder and he has been booked into the Pushmataha County jail.  Report a typo

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    App Segment Links

    BeMyEyes app links  iOS only   You can register your email if you have an Android device and be placed on the waiting list. Blood Donor Reminder app links  iOS  Android  VolunteerMatch website link and app link 

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    Web Content Producer

    Bored easily? Want to juggle several different job duties? We need someone who can do it all across numerous platforms. We are looking for someone with a wide variety of newsroom skills including great writing skills. Experience: PRINCIPAL FUNCTIONS: 1. Produce and manage engaging content over a variety of digital platforms 2. Lead breaking news coverage 3. Be able to handle high-pressure environment 4. Manage deadlines 5. Produce and publish slideshows, stories, videos and other interactive content 6. Manage interactive […]

  • 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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    Record breaking warm weather keeps on coming

    A January heat wave is headed our way starting Monday and lasting through Wednesday. Highs each day will be in the 70s, especially near the panhandles where some cities on Tuesday could hit the 80 degree mark! Tuesday’s record high of 72 in 1914 is most likely to get broken by some mid-70s during the afternoon. Lows both Monday night and Tuesday night will be well above freezing with upper 30s and lower 40s across the state. Wednesday also looks pretty warm with highs in the […]

  • The first big storm of the year may drop up to 3 feet of snow on Boston and New York before it ends Tuesday, with freezing rain and strong wind gusts possibly reaching 55 to 65 mph. Blizzard and winter storm warnings have been issued from Maryland through Maine and into Canada. Up to 58 million people could be put into the deep freeze.
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    ‘Historic’ storm set to slam Northeast; airlines cancel flights

    (CNN) — Snow is falling at a faster rate. Wind gusts are getting stronger. And temperatures are frigid. It may not look bad yet, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio said Monday night, but it will be soon. “This is literally the calm before the storm. It’s about to start in earnest,” de Blasio said. “And when it does, it’s going to come in very fast and very hard, and people have to be very, very careful. People have to […]

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    Gas leak at Oklahoma school sends students, staff to hospital

    BLACKWELL, Okla. – Students and staff members at an Oklahoma school were taken to the hospital Monday morning after suffering from carbon monoxide poisoning. It happened just before 9:00 Monday morning in Blackwell, Oklahoma. A group of 7th grade boys was in the locker room of the practice room when several of them began feeling ill. “A couple of the little junior high kids ran up to us and said there were some kids that were passed out and were […]

  • Bud and June Runion went missing after going to check out a classic car on Craigslist. A warrant has been issued for Ronnie "Jay" Towns in connection to their disappearance.
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    New: Couple vanishes after posting Craigslist ad, suspect turns himself in

    Update: 12:36 p.m. – The suspect who police sought in connection with the disappearance of a Marietta, Georgia, couple who had responded to a Craigslist ad, turned himself in Monday morning, the Telfair County Sheriff’s Office said on its Facebook page. ATLANTA (CNN) — Police have identified a suspect in the case of a Georgia couple who went missing after contacting a car seller on Craigslist. Elrey Runion and his wife, June, placed an ad looking for a 1966 Mustang […]

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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 […]