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  • Update: The KFOR In Your Corner Team has a big surprise for one local senior citizen, the reaction is priceless

    Update 4/24/17 – Things are turning around for our friend, Marion Threatt. Remember, the 69 year-old Veteran is living off about $700 a month and due to unforeseen plumbing repairs fell way behind on his utility bills. We couldn’t believe he was living without running water and gas for 6 months. Our team rallied the community. TS Heat and Air, owner Terry Shinn, and right hand man Gabe, installed a brand new Lennox high-efficiency heat and air system and duct work. “He […]

  • ‘Have to have revenue to provide essential services,’ two former Governors weigh-in on state budget crisis

    Two former Oklahoma Governors joined the Flash Point Team to discuss the Oklahoma budget crisis, education, tax cuts and give their predictions on who may be in the race for governor.  

  • Do you have a concern, complaint, suggestion or question for KFOR? Email us

    If you would like to pass along a suggestion, concern, complaint, compliment or if you have a question please email KFOR by filling out the form below. We appreciate your feedback. If you are having trouble with your signal or closed captioning we need to know how you receive our service. Can you add that in your comments? Thank-you!

  • Photos: Hail pictures from Sunday’s storms

    Here are some pictures from viewers of the hail that fell in parts of Oklahoma on Sunday as severe weather rolled across much of the state. @kfor pic.twitter.com/QdlircgaAW — Kristy Cooper 🌎 (@kriscoop80) March 26, 2017

  • Officials: One dead after plane crashes near Union City

    MUSTANG, Okla.– Rescue crews rushed to a reported plane crash near Union City. Officials say one person was on-board and did die in the crash. The crash near SW 104th and Richland Road also sparked a small grass fire. The FAA and NTSB are on the way to the scene to begin investigating.    

  • Waiting until the last minute to do taxes? Some Oklahoma high school teens might be able to help

    OKLAHOMA CITY–As tax day approaches many are waiting to do those income tax returns. Some students at John Marshall High School could step in to help! The students are happy to even stay afternoon to help prepare income tax forms for Oklahomans. “VITA stands for volunteer income tax assistance program. And this is a program that allows our students to study for and pass a certification test and then with the support of UCO’s Accounting Department we file taxes for […]

  • Birdhouse link

    Here is a link to Mike Blunk’s Facebook page and his magnificent birdhouses.  

  • Congress’ analyst: 14 million lose coverage under GOP health bill

    WASHINGTON –Nonpartisan analysts project that 14 million people would lose coverage next year under the House bill dismantling former President Barack Obama’s health care law. The estimate is a blow to Republicans. Monday’s estimate by the Congressional Budget Office says the number of uninsured would grow to 24 million by 2026. The projections give fuel to opponents who warn the measure would toss millions of voters off insurance plans. Criticism has come from Democrats, Republicans from states that benefit from […]

  • Account Executive

    OKLAHOMA CITY– KFOR-TV/KAUT-TV, Oklahoma City’s market leader and one of the top NBC affiliates in the country has an immediate opening for an Account Executive to enhance our strong sales team! Ideal candidate will have previous television/digital sales experience. Experience: Well organized, excellent oral and written presentation skills. Ability to develop and enhance strong client and agency relationships. College degree and sales experience in Television or related industry. Proficient computer skills. Valid driver’s license with access to vehicle. Requirements: Identify the […]

  • Download your NCAA Tournament bracket here!

    It is time to fill out those brackets for the NCAA National Championship Tournament. Download your COVERS 2017 NCAA Tournament Bracket

  • Construction workers unearth dozens of colonial-era coffins in Philadelphia

    PHILADELPHIA – At first, they found just a few bones. Then they dug up an entire coffin. And then another. A construction crew working on a new building in Philadelphia on Thursday uncovered dozens of coffins buried 6 feet below a parking lot. The site of a new apartment complex has been temporarily transformed into a quest to unearth the city’s past. Archaeologists are sorting through the remains, hoping to glean a better idea of what life was like in […]