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  • Saying goodbye: Linda Cavanaugh leaves KFOR after 40 years

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Linda Cavanaugh started at WKY in 1977, and has been a constant presence since. For the past 40 years, Linda Cavanaugh has been telling Oklahomans’ stories. Now, here is hers.

  • Oklahoma City Zoo celebrates birth of critically endangered gorilla

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Just in time for the holidays, the Oklahoma City Zoo is welcoming a new family member. On Wednesday night, zookeepers say first-time mother Mikella gave birth to a little bundle of joy inside the zoo’s Great EscApe habitat. The Western lowland gorilla arrived slightly ahead of schedule and just one day before Mikella’s own birthday. “We are thrilled to welcome a new gorilla to our animal family, especially during this festive time of the year,” said Barry […]

  • KFOR dedicates studio to longtime anchor Linda Cavanaugh

    OKLAHOMA CITY – After 40 years, one of our own is leaving the anchor desk. Linda Cavanaugh has had an extraordinary career at WKY-TV and KFOR that has spanned four decades. She started her career at Channel 4 as a reporter and soon became the station’s first female co-anchor. Over her career, Cavanaugh has been honored with more than 30 national awards, 20 regional Emmy awards and was inducted into the Oklahoma Broadcaster’s Hall of Fame. In addition to telling stories […]

  • Christmas etiquette: Tackling your toughest questions this holiday season

    OKLAHOMA CITY –  Holiday parties and family get-togethers are all in the days ahead. While it may be fun to see all of your family at one time, it can also be stressful. Etiquette expert Carey Sue Vega stopped by to tackle some of your toughest questions.

  • New details released following investigation into Chickasha Schools employees

    CHICKASHA, Okla. – We’re learning more about an investigation that has caused the suspension of four employees with the Chickasha Public School District. Officials told KFOR that four employees were suspended on Wednesday for 10 days, adding that an independent investigation is underway. “Chickasha Public Schools had cause to believe and had some complaints from patrons that there may have been improprieties,” Richard O’Carroll, the attorney representing the school district, said. O’Carroll says the independent investigation would be led by […]

  • Woman who accused OU player of rape releases statement, is dropping VPO

    NORMAN, Okla. – After the district attorney decided not to pursue charges against an OU football player accused of rape, the alleged victim is speaking out. Last week, a woman filed a petition for a protective order against 21-year-old Rodney Anderson, claiming that he raped her. According to court documents, the woman claims that she met Anderson while out drinking on Nov. 16. She says that she initially planned to take an Uber home, but Anderson’s friends were adamant about […]

  • Update: Silver alert canceled for Edmond man in need of oxygen

    EDMOND, Okla. – A silver alert was canceled several hours after it was issued for an Edmond man who had not been seen since Thursday evening. The Edmond Police Department issued a silver alert for 63-year-old William Blackwell. Investigators say Blackwell was last seen in the 2200 block of S. Broadway Ave. around 6 p.m. on Thursday. Authorities say they were concerned about Blackwell’s safety since he suffers from advanced COPD and was last seen with only two oxygen tanks. […]

  • Oklahoma officer cleared of any wrongdoing related to man’s fire death

    LINDSAY, Okla. – Authorities have cleared an Oklahoma police officer following the burning death of a Lindsay man. Last month, officers were called to a rural part of McClain County on reports of a man acting erratic with a gun. “It was kind of a situation that they could not win. They could only do the best that they could do,” said Lindsay City Manager Stephen Mills. When the officers backed the man into an area near 100th St. and […]

  • Oklahoma teaching assistant buys shoes for every student in the school

    TULSA, Okla. – An Oklahoma teaching assistant reached her goal and made Christmas a little brighter for 600 students. Bethany Martin is a first-year teaching assistant at Sequoyah Elementary School and noticed several of her students struggling with one thing. “At the beginning of the school year, there was a little girl and her shoes- they were her only pair,” Martin said earlier this year. “I saw that she wore them every day and eventually her toes just were sticking through them. […]

  • Officers searching for alleged thieves who targeted Oklahoma garden center

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Police in Oklahoma City are searching for a pair of alleged thieves with sticky fingers and green thumbs. On Dec. 9, officers were called to Plant Wisdom, located in the 4700 block of N. May Ave.,  following a reported burglary that happened overnight. According to the police report, the co-owner of the business arrived at the store and noticed several things missing from the greenhouse area. Surveillance footage at the shop captured a white man wearing a […]

  • Police searching for alleged package thief in northwest Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Authorities are searching for a woman who allegedly stole a package from the front porch of a northwest Oklahoma City home. On Dec. 11, officers were called to a home near N.W. 33rd and Roff Ave. in northwest Oklahoma City following a reported package theft. The victim told police that a package had been delivered to his home, but that an alleged thief had stolen it before he was able to get to it. The man says […]