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    Storms may redevelop later this afternoon

      OKLAHOMA – Storms will redevelop later this afternoon, especially for southeastern Oklahoma. A few storms could be severe with large hail and damaging winds possible. A few storms  are possible on Saturday but in general, we will be drying out and warming up over the weekend with highs soaring to the mid to upper 90s by Labor Day. Southerly winds will pick up on Sunday through next week. Our next chance of storms will be Tuesday night. Stay tuned […]

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    OU game day: Parking and traffic tips for fans this weekend

    NORMAN, Okla. – The University of Oklahoma begins its 2014 football season Saturday, and police officers in Norman are reminding fans heading to the stadium about the traffic and parking rules. The Oklahoma Sooners kick off against the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs in Norman at 6 p.m. Saturday. The Norman Police Department wants fans driving to the game to remember to watch out for workers, safety barriers, and construction signs on the roadways. Here are some other traffic and parking reminders from […]

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    Flashpoint: Kevin Ogle takes a closer look at candidates and predictions for state primary runoff races

    On this edition of Flashpoint, Kevin Ogle talks with Mike Turpen and Kirk Humphreys about runoff elections happening across Oklahoma. The panel makes predictions for winners of the primary runoff races, including state school superintendent. Can the person who wins the Democratic primary for state school superintendent beat the Republican challenger, Joy Hofmeister?  The panel weighs in. Kevin Ogle delivers some good news about some familiar faces on the cover of a local newspaper. We apologize there was a technical […]

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    Oklahoma City police dog killed by chase suspect laid to rest

      OKLAHOMA CITY –  A funeral was held Thursday for an Oklahoma City police dog, who died in the line of duty on Monday. The funeral for Kye was this morning, Aug. 28, at First Southern Baptist Church, located at 6400 S. Sooner Rd. OKCPD and many others pay their final respects to K9 Officer Kye. We thank you for your loyal and dedicated service. http://t.co/6mU9GeSbfh— City of OKC (@cityofokc) August 28, 2014 The services will be conducted with full […]

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    ‘I like my girls chubby'; Female senator reveals sexist comments from fellow senators

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – Democratic Senator Kirsten Gillibrand of New York says she has been the target of sexist comments by fellow U.S. Senators. Gillibrand says male members of Congress have addressed her as ‘chubby’, ‘porky’, ‘hot’, and ‘honey badger’. The New York Democrat reveals this in her new book called ‘Off the Sidelines’, which chronicles what it’s like to be a 47-year-old woman in politics in 2014. Gillibrand is one of only a few women in history to give birth […]

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    America’s cheapest gas is in this town

    NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — You think the gas near you is getting cheaper? Try filling up in the South Carolina city of Rock Hill. That’s the market with the nation’s lowest gas price heading into Labor Day weekend — an average of $3.09 a gallon, according to industry observer GasBuddy.com. The good news for drivers is that prices like that could come soon to a station near you — as long as you don’t live on the West Coast or […]

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    Today’s college freshmen started kindergarten on 9-11; You might be surprised how they see the world

    BELOIT, Wis. –  Beloit College in Wisconsin has done it again, this time it’s for the Class of 2018. Every year the school releases its ‘Mindset List’ to show how the incoming freshman class sees the world. Most students starting college for the first time this fall were born in 1996, and started kindergarten on 9-11. Tupac Shakur, JonBenet Ramsey, Carl Sagan, and Tiny Tim were never alive during the lifetime. There are  55 items on this year’s version of […]

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    Get ready for game day; Send us pics wearing your favorite college colors!

      OKLAHOMA CITY- As we enter the first weekend of college football, we want to see your most spirited football pics, as part of National College Colors Day! Click the submit your photo below! Across the United States, on the first Friday of each college school year, students, parents, family, fans, alumni celebrate National College Colors Day. Whether you’re a Sooner or a Poke, or any other school, NewsChannel 4 wants to see your schools spirit! Make sure you click […]

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    Oklahoma traffic alerts for Labor Day weekend travelers

    OKLAHOMA CITY – As Oklahomans head out on the roads to travel for the Labor Day holiday weekend, there are a bunch of traffic alerts that could put a few bumps in the road. Before you head out on the roads, check out the following construction projects underway that could affect your travel plans across the Sooner State. Statewide I-40 narrowed in Weatherford, Custer Co. Drivers can expect various lane closures on east and westbound I-40 between Mile Marker 76, […]

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    The Phantom of the Opera

    August 27 – September 7  Civic Center Music Hall Oklahoma City For Tickets Call:  (800) 869-1451 Mon.-Thurs. 9am-4pm and Fri. 9am-12pm OR Online Anytime CelebrityAttractions.com

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    The internet can’t stop talking about President Obama’s taupe suit

    Washington, D.C. – The internet is buzzing about President Barack Obama and the light-colored suit he wore during a press conference Wednesday. Twitter went nuts over the President’s wardrobe choice. #YesWeTan…President Obama's tan suit steals the spotlight at press conference on.today.com/1B0oaMj http://t.co/XAagIbyQb1— TODAY (@TODAYshow) August 29, 2014   Obama's suit kind of broke Twitter this afternoon huff.to/1tIi5BN— HuffPost Politics (@HuffPostPol) August 29, 2014   .@BarackObama wore a tan suit and it concerned the world (a.k.a. Twitter). thr.cm/CHR0iE #YesWeTan http://t.co/EGsbNXsy8h— Pret-a-Reporter […]