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    Oklahoma’s elite FFA students sent to nation’s capital

    Years of dedication, commitment and hard work have paid off for dozens of Oklahoma’s FFA students. The group boarded a bus on Sunday morning, then spent the next 24 hours traveling to Washington, DC. Once there, the “cream of the crop” group learned about ways to serve their various communities. The incoming Seniors were also scheduled to meet with members of Congress. In addition to visiting historical monuments and museums, the students were planning on performing acts of community service […]

  • OSU 2016 Job Fair

    KFOR recruiting Cowboys in Stillwater

    STILLWATER, Okla.–It’s well known that Oklahomans have an incredible work ethic.  So when KFOR searches for skilled job candidates – we look to the talent that can be found right here in our state. This morning NewsChannel 4 headed to Stillwater to attend OSU’s massive job fair and meet potential candidates who are about to graduate and head out into the work field. We found highly qualified young men and women looking for their first “big” break.  We weren’t the […]

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    NewsChannel 4 honored by broadcasting association

    As NewsChannel 4 prepares to celebrate 65 years in broadcasting, KFOR was honored Friday night for outstanding achievement by the Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters. The judges gave top honors in the “Spot News” category to Bob Moore Chopper 4 Pilot/Reporter Jon Welsh and Photographer Marc Dillard, as well as Anchors Kevin Ogle and Meg Alexander. The group was honored for coverage of a high-speed chase that endangered lives and property. Photographer Marc Dillard and Pilot/Reporter Jon Welsh were also honored […]

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    Oil spill strands Oklahomans at sea

    UPDATE: Just after 7 p.m. Some passengers were being allowed to disembark from one of The Royal Caribbean ships According to one of the Oklahoma families onboard. OKLAHOMA – Oklahomans who spent spring break on a Caribbean Cruise woke up Sunday morning to find themselves stuck at sea. With the Port of Galveston closed due to fog and an oil spill, Oklahomans were sent scrambling trying to reschedule missed flights.  The uncertainty of not knowing when the port would open […]

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    Man sues McDonald’s for $1.5 million over napkin incident

    CALIFORNIA – Multiple media outlets are reporting that a California man is suing McDonald’s for more than a million dollars… because he only received one napkin with his meal. He says the incident happened last month, when he ordered a Quarter Pounder. He immediately noticed only one napkin came with his burger. He claims he emailed the general manager of the restaurant to complain. According to reports, McDonald’s offered him some free food in an effort to make him happy. […]

  • Hardy voluntarism not lost in mangled areas

    MOORE, OK — One month ago tonight, at this hour, a large swath of Moore was blanketed in darkness. Electricity, like many of the homes, wiped out. The search for survivors went on throughout the night; everyone knew what all of us were facing. But as dawn broke the next morning, and in the days to come, we learned the full scope of the destruction. The EF5 that had ravaged Moore killed 24 people. The damage estimated to be in […]

  • Tan And Tone Complaints

    File a complaint with the Oklahoma Attorney General’s office. www.oag.state.ok.us