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    PHOTOS: Send us your winter weather photos (Feb. 25)

    Is it snowing in your area? Send us your winter weather pictures here by clicking the “Submit Your Photo” button.

  • Elephants in snow at OKC Zoo

    PHOTOS: Send us your snow pics!

    Send us your snow pics here by clicking the “Submit Your Photo” button below. You could see them on air.

  • Oklahoma metro snow routes

    Travel is highly discouraged but if you must be out, here are the Oklahoma metro snow routes. 

  • Cyber Monday computer shopping

    What NOT to buy on Cyber Monday

    Black Friday traditionally kicks off the holiday shopping season but not every sale is the ultimate bargain.

  • Pink, Okla. snow Feb. 21

    PHOTOS: Send in your snow, sleet, rain pictures

    Have snow pictures? We want to see them. Post them here by clicking the “Submit Your Photo” button and you could see them on air.

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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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    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 Ticketmaster.com 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.