Calmer weather in store this week

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  • Oklahoma City Fire crews battle early morning house fire

    OKLAHOMA CITY–The weather may have caused an Oklahoma City home to go up in flames. Fire crews were called to a fire near SW 22nd and Grand Blvd. around 1:00 a.m. Saturday. No one was home at the time.   Officials believe the blaze was started in the attic by a lightning strike.  

  • Tornado sirens malfunction overnight for Oklahoma City residents

    OKLAHOMA CITY– Even though there wasn’t a weather emergency, tornado sirens sounded overnight for some in Oklahoma City. Reports started pouring in from people near I-40 and Meridian. Officials say the sirens did malfunction but there is no word on what caused it  

  • Partly cloudy. cooler highs and isolated storms

    OKLAHOMA-More scattered showers and storms expected Saturday for parts of Oklahoma. Isolated storms are possible, mainly south. The metro can expect a break from storms by Saturday afternoon with afternoon highs in the 80s. The 3rd and 4th of July will be hot in the low 90s with storms possible, mainly north. Stay tuned for updates! The 3rd and 4th of July will be hot in the low 90s with storms possible, mainly north.

  • Snap Map instructional link

    Here is a link detailing more about the new Snap Map!   

  • Global cyberattack: What you need to know

    SAN FRANCISCO– A massive ransomware attack has hit businesses around the world, causing major companies to shut down their computer systems. Researchers are still investigating the software behind the attack, warning that it’s more sophisticated than the WannaCry worm that struck hundreds of thousands of computers across the globe last month. “WannaCry was a tremendous failure. It was a lot of noise, very little money, and everyone noticed it,” said Craig Williams, an expert at cybersecurity firm Cisco Talos. “What […]

  • Internet hoax: Reversing your ATM notifies police

    Here are some links to help you better understand the internet hoax that reversing your ATM PIN number will automatically alert police. FTC Study of Technology  Additional archived articles  NBC News archived article  

  • Students from Oklahoma high school take second place in nationwide wind turbine design contest

    TUTTLE, Okla. – High school students in the small town of Tuttle have some big ideas about generating energy from the wind. Oklahoma is one of the leading wind energy producing states in the country. And inside a classroom at Tuttle High School, science students are pushing the envelope with a uniquely designed wind turbine. Because of their design, the students recently took second place in a nationwide contest called The KidWind Challenge. It is a competition among middle schools and high […]

  • Fresh and easy summer corn recipe

    OKLAHOMA CITY–Even though the calendar doesn’t say Summer has officially arrived, we feel like it has when grocery stores receive fresh corn. This is a fantastic salad which makes use of fresh corn, and our other garden favorites! First, let’s talk corn. If it is fresh and sweet, there is no need to cook it. If it has been a few days since the corn was picked, or it is not perfectly ripe, the corn may be steamed briefly in […]

  • Candle left burning catches car on fire inside garage in N.W. Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY–Firefighters were called out overnight after a car caught fire inside a garage. It happened in the 1400 block of NW 129th and Terrace. Three people who were home at the time of the blaze got out safely. Fire officials say a candle was left burning on a plastic shelf inside the garage. The shelf was against a wall in front of the vehicle. The candle burned a hole in the shelf and fell onto the car causing it […]

  • Farming equipment accident leaves one injured near Mustang

    Rescue crews were on the scene of a farming accident west of Mustang. Officials say a disc on the back of tractor fell on a man’s leg in the 6700 block of Cimarron Road north of Highway 152. The man was able to free himself before emergency crews arrived and was taken to the hospital. Fire crews say he may have had a broken leg, but was not seriously injured.  

  • “007” actor Sir Roger Moore dead at 89, family says

    Sir Roger Moore, the actor famed for portraying James Bond in seven “007” films between 1973 and 1985, has died after a battle with cancer, according to his family. He was 89. Sir Roger’s family confirmed the news on Twitter, saying he had died after “a short but brave battle with cancer”. The statement, from his children, read: “Thank you Pops for being you, and being so very special to so many people.” Read his obituary here He played the […]