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    Horse slaughter facilities now legal in Oklahoma

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Horse slaughter facilities are now legal in Oklahoma. Gov. Mary Fallin signed the controversial bill back in March. House Bill 1999 will allow the slaughtering facilities to operate in Oklahoma. The horse meat would be processed and then exported to foreign countries for consumption. Supporters of the bill claimed horses endured inhumane conditions at facilities in other countries. Critics said the bill would allow those same practices to occur closer to home.

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    Food court frights: Surviving the mall minefield without blowing diet

    When you go shopping at the mall, inevitably, you’re lured into the “danger zone,” the food court. Sound familiar? A quick trip for a shopping snack can end up blowing your diet. Take a Cinnabon classic; it’s loaded with 880 calories, roughly half of what we should be eating for an entire day. Consumer Reports counted calories and followed the fat at the top 20 malls in America and said they found the food court is a minefield. At Starbucks, […]

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    QUIZ: Which state matches your personality? Is it Oklahoma?

    The United State is just that, united. But one of our greatest rights is also what makes us so different; freedom, we can be who we want to be. Time has published the research from a team of scientists led by psychologist and American expat Jason Rentfrow of the University of Cambridge in the U.K. The team set out to draw America’s regional lines more clearly, literally mapping the American mood, with state-by-state ratings of personality and temperament. Time reported […]

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    Gloomy and chilly Wednesday, showers possible in afternoon

    The cool, fall weather will continue Wednesday. It will be gloomy and chilly with highs in the 50s and 60s. As a weak storm system passes overhead, a few light showers or patchy drizzle will be possible in northwestern and central Oklahoma this afternoon. Skies will clear overnight resulting in a chilly start Thursday morning in the 30s and 40s. A front will move through Friday bringing scattered showers late in the day, mainly for western Oklahoma. Drier air will […]

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    Emily Sutton helping YWCA raise awareness in Domestic Violence month

    MOORE, Okla. – The YWCA is working to raise awareness in Oklahoma during domestic violence month this October. They have events planned across the state to ensure all know the devastating effects of domestic violence. Our own 4Warn Storm Team meteorologist Emily Sutton will be joining in the efforts. You can catch her at a special screening and panel on “Telling Amy’s Story” in Moore Tuesday, Oct. 8. at 7 p.m. at the Hillsdale Free Will Baptist College.

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    National Weather Service cancels storm spotter training for government shutdown

    NORMAN, Okla. – The National Weather Service has canceled their storm spotter training because of the government shut down on Tuesday. Officials said they hope the webinars will be rescheduled in the future but no date has been set. While the webinar was canceled, officials at the National Weather Service in Norman say workers will not be furloughed. A statement from the National Weather Service read, “We will continue to work our normal shifts and perform the same basic duties […]

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    How much will Obamacare cost Oklahomans?

    WASHINGTON – The White House has released the numbers on how much Obamacare will cost those affected in Oklahoma. Here is Obamacare by the numbers for Oklahoma: 53 – Average number of health plans available $114 – Lowest-cost plan premiums for a 27-year-old $84 – Lowest-cost plan premiums after tax credits for a 27-year-old with an income of $25,000 $634 – Mid-range plan premiums for a family of 4 $282 – Mid-range plan premiums after tax credits for a family of 4 with an income […]

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    Sooners taking on Notre Dame in South Bend; Bell’s first road test

    SOUTH BEND, Ind. – The unbeaten (3-0) Sooners will travel to South Bend for Saturday afternoon’s nationally televised clash at once-beaten Notre Dame. You can see the game at 2:30 p.m. CT right here on News Channel 4 from NBC. The Sooners had the week off after an easy 51-20 win over Tulsa and now junior quarterback Blake Bell will make his second straight start, and if he’s as successful as he was against the Golden Hurricane, Oklahoma should roll past […]

  • Storms moving in for weekend, warm weather returns next week

    The summer-like temperatures will continue for two more days. Highs Thursday will average 10-15 degrees above normal with a gusty south wind. Humidity and cloud cover will gradually increase through Friday ahead of our next storm system. A powerful cold front will sweep across the Sooner State Saturday producing showers and thunderstorms. Most spots should expect around a half of an inch to an inch of rain. Temperatures will drop with highs in the 70s and lows in the 50s. Sunny […]

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    Easiest ways to get more exercise at work

    More than 40 percent of people said they gained weight at their current job, according to a CareerBuilder Harris Interactive survey. Women’s Health magazine reported of those who put on some pounds, more than half said they have gained 10 lbs and about 30 percent said they gained 20 pounds or more. Making a few changes throughout your day can help with this battle of the bulge. 8 a.m. – Don’t park in the closest spot to the door and […]

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    No damage from Edmond earthquake overnight; did you feel it?

    EDMOND, Okla. – Officials said nothing was damaged and no one was injured in an Edmond earthquake overnight. Our phones in the newsroom lit up with calls about the quake just after midnight. Officials with the U.S. Geological Survey confirmed a 2.8 magnitude quake shook the area about 10 miles east of Edmond.