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  • Brad Edwards Warmth 4 Winter

    Join us as we gather coats for the annual Warmth 4 Winter Campaign!

    OKLAHOMA CITY–The temperatures are dropping and that means it is time for the annual KFOR Brad Edwards Warmth 4 Winter Coat Drive. The late Brad Edwards worked tirelessly as a consumer advocate and started the In Your Corner segments helping Oklahomans. He wanted to help ensure every child had a warm winter coat and we are working to carry on the mission. Edwards, who was always In Your Corner, was driving to work about 30 years ago when he noticed […]

  • Norman construction

    Oklahoma road construction you need to know about before holiday travel next week

    OKLAHOMA– The following construction projects will impact travel on major highways and interstates Thursday, Nov. 24, through Sunday, Nov. 27. Statewide I-40 narrowed at SH-30, Beckham Co. I-40 is narrowed to one lane in each direction between SH-30 (mm 7) and S. 4th St. (mm 20) near Erick for bridge and pavement rehabilitation. I-40 narrowed in McIntosh Co. I-40 is narrowed to one lane in each direction from two miles west of Tiger Mt. Rd. (mm 246) to one mile […]

  • Near Fretz & Main in Edmond

    Edmond emergency crews respond to accident involving child hit by car

    EDMOND, Okla.– Emergency crews are responding to a report of a 11-year old boy hit by a car. The child has a leg injury but the extent of those injures are unknown at this time. The accident happened near Fretz and Main.  

  • Danyl Graumann. Pic from Cleveland County Sheriff's Office.

    Arrest made in connection with Little Axe field house arson

    LITTLE AXE, Okla.–An arrest has been made in a devastating fire that impacted the Little Axe high school football team. In August flames ravaged the field house at the school. All of the football team’s equipment and other items were destroyed at a cost of thousands of dollars. Once the flames were out, investigators ruled the fire was arson. The investigation has lead them to Danyl Michael Paul Graumann. He is accused of intentionally setting this fire and four others. […]

  • NewsChannel 4 KFOR

    Morning Executive Producer

    OKLAHOMA CITY–Oklahoma City’s market leader and one of the top NBC affiliates in the country has an immediate opening for a Morning Executive Producer. The Morning EP will be responsible for producing one morning newscast and will also supervise other morning newscasts. The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of leadership, creativity and collaboration skills to increase the depth and reach of our newscasts and digital platforms while building new audiences and enhancing the user experience. The Morning […]

  • NewsChannel 4 KFOR


    OKLAHOMA CITY– The primary purpose of the News Producer is to write and manage content/graphics while making important decisions under deadline. You will lead a vibrant and critical team. Experience: • One year minimum producing experience • Top notch showcasing skills and superb writing and communication skills • Must be extremely flexible to work different shifts throughout the year • Ability to work under extreme pressure and deadlines • Must keep up on local, state, national and international events • Watch […]

  • Complimentary copy of USA Today Oklahoma City Thunder Preview Magazine

    OKLAHOMA CITY– Here is your chance to be an Oklahoma City Thunder insider with the new USA Today Thunder Preview magazine. Click here for your free copy. 

  • Supermoon PIc from Cheryl

    Photos: Supermoon over Oklahoma

    The Moon put up a big show in the sky the last few days. It is the phenomenon called “Supermoon” and it means the moon look much bigger and brighter than normal. There is a good reason of why it appears this way, it happens when the moon is full on the exact day it is in orbit closest to the Earth. Supermoons come around every 13 months. This one has been extra special since it looks bigger than at […]

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    Oklahoma road construction project updates

    OKLAHOMA CITY– Here are the latest updates for drivers from the Oklahoma Department of Transportation on ongoing construction projects. The projects below are weather permitting: I-44 ramps to I-40 close Monday night The following ramps will be closed due to routine bridge inspections: • Westbound I-44 (runs south) ramp to eastbound I-40 will be closed from 9-11 p.m. Monday; • Eastbound I-44 (runs north) ramp to eastbound I-40 will be closed from 11 p.m. Monday to 1 a.m. Tuesday. SH-74, US-77 […]

  • Incredible Pizza, Warr Acres

    New Incredible Pizza opens in Warr Acres and offers much more than pizza

    WARR ACRES, Okla.– Indoor roller coaster. Fantastic food. One hundred electronic games. Bumper cars and two level lazer tag. That’s cool. No, that’s incredible as in Incredible Pizza. This family fun amusement center opened today at their new location on Northwest Expressway in Warr Acres. Incredible Pizza has something for everyone. “This is the number one family entertainment center in Oklahoma City. We’re all about great food, great fun and family,” said Michelle Talley, Director of Group Experiences at Incredible […]

  • A Standing Rock Sioux flag flies over a protest encampment near Cannon Ball, North Dakota where members of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe and their supporters have gathered to voice their opposition to the Dakota Access oil Pipeline (DAPL), September 3, 2016.
Drive on a state highway along the Missouri River, amid the rolling hills and wide prairies of North Dakota, and you'll come across a makeshift camp of Native Americans -- united by a common cause. Members of some 200 tribes have gathered here, many raising tribal flags that flap in the unforgiving wind. Some have been here since April, their numbers fluctuating between hundreds and thousands, in an unprecedented show of joint resistance to the nearly 1,200 mile-long Dakota Access oil pipeline. / AFP / Robyn BECK        (Photo credit should read ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images)

    Pipeline protesters blocking North Dakota construction yard

    MANDAN, N.D.– Protesters are blocking a construction yard for the Dakota Access oil pipeline in North Dakota. Morton County sheriff’s spokesman Rob Keller says the protesters entered the work area Saturday morning and are blocking the entrance. Workers were evacuated, and Keller says police are responding. Earlier Saturday, Keller says a caravan of about 150 cars left the protest camps and arrived in Mandan, where protesters stood and blocked the intersection of state Highway 6 and Main Street. The caravan […]