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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 […]

  • Lady Antebellum

    CANCELED: Lady Antebellum concert at Chesapeake Energy Arena canceled

    UPDATE: The Lady Antebellum concert scheduled for March 27 at the Chesapeake Energy Arena has been canceled. Officials said all tickets purchased on will automatically be refunded. For all other purchases, tickets holders will need to go back to where they bought the tickets. Concert officials have not confirmed the reason for the cancellation. They have not said if or when the band will visit Oklahoma in the future. OKLAHOMA CITY – Lady Antebellum announced they are making a stop at […]

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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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    Okla. options to comply with Obamacare

    Under the Affordable Health Care act or “Obamacare,” all Americans will be required to get health insurance by 2014. New options are now available. According to CNN, an estimated 48 million Americans are uninsured. Tuesday they are able to buy a policy through a health insurance marketplace or in some states, enroll in a newly expanded Medicaid program. Oklahoma is not expanding the Medicaid program, so that is not an option for residents in our state. The available programs are […]

  • Blake Bell OU Football

    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 […]

  • Cher 2014

    UPDATE: Cher announces stop in Oklahoma, tickets on sale Oct. 4

    UPDATE: 9/26/13- Tickets go on sale October 4th at Noon. Click here for details or by calling 1-866-7-BOKCTR. For additional ticket information go to TULSA, Okla. – The one and only Cher has announced she will be stopping in Oklahoma this March. She is kicking off her “Dressed to Kill” North American tour March 22 in Phoenix and then will stop at Tulsa’s BOK Center March 29. Cher shared the news with her fans after performing on the TODAY Show […]

  • Chief Meteorologist Mike Morgan

    Chief Meteorologist Mike Morgan to be honored for keeping others safe in tornadoes

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Our own Chief Meteorologist Mike Morgan will be honored with the Lee Allen Smith Spirit of Oklahoma Award Thursday. Oklahoma Christian will present Morgan with the award for his tireless efforts to keep others safe and informed during the May tornadoes. Gary England and Damon Lane will be also be honored. According to Oklahoma Christian, the award is given annually to individuals who has devoted themselves to the betterment of Oklahoma. The honor is named after Lee […]

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    Roads back open after I-40 semi rollover accident in Yukon

    UPDATE: All roads are back open after a semi rollover accident Thursday morning. YUKON, Okla. – You may run into traffic issues in Yukon on I-40 near Garth Brooks Blvd. on your way to work. At least one lane is closed on I-40 westbound at Czech Hall Rd. where a semi rolled off the road and into a ditch early Thursday morning. Authorities said the semi driver told them a car in front of him slammed on its breaks which […]

  • United States of Shame

    United States of Shame; Most screwed up thing in each of 50 states

    What is the “most screwed up thing” about Oklahoma? We now know thanks to the University of Alabama. They have complied a list and each of the 50 states are at the bottom of the list in some cringe-worthy or unsavory category. The university’s rankings list the Sooner State as the one with the highest rate of female incarceration and we tied with Alabama for the most strokes. Imprisoning the most women is not something to be proud of, however, […]