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  • UPDATE: El Reno, Union City tornado widest tornado on record

    The National Weather Service has just upgraded the May 31 El Reno, Union City tornado to an EF-5 with a width of 2.6 miles wide, making it the widest tornado ever documented. EF-5 is the highest possible rating for tornadoes on the Enhanced Fujita scale. The upgrade was based on information from OU RaxPol Doppler data or mobile radar data, that measured low level winds of 296 miles per hour. The National Weather Service said some of the subvortices had a forward […]

  • VIDEO: Reed Timmer chases El Reno tornado in Dominator

    EL RENO, Okla. – Tornadoes broke out across the state May 31. The first large tornado tore through El Reno late Friday afternoon. Reed said the strong twister ripped the hood off the Dominator, which he confirmed is a first. Other smaller tornadoes developed into the evening over Oklahoma City, Del City, Midwest City, Moore and Norman.

  • Grilling out? What you need to know before you fire up the grill during a burn ban

    It’s Memorial Day and several counties in the state are still under a burn ban. The counties under the burn ban are as follows: Alfalfa County Beaver County Beckham County Blaine County Caddo County Canadian County Cimarron County Cleveland County Comanche County Cotton County Custer County Dewey County Ellis County Garfield County Grady County Grant County Greer County Harmon County Harper County Jackson County Kingfisher County Kiowa County Lincoln County Logan County Major County McClain County Noble County Oklahoma County Payne […]

  • Moore tornado seen from NASA satellite

    MOORE, Okla. – NASA satellite images show the incredible magnitude of the Moore tornado.

  • PHOTOS: Post your weather pics

    Have severe weather pictures? Post them here. Just click the “Submit Your Photo” button below.

  • Building earthquake resistant homes in Oklahoma

    OKLAHOMA CITY –  We’ve been hit by so many earthquakes recently a lot of Oklahomans are looking at ways to insure their home against damage or at least figure out a way to make their home earthquake resistant. It now appears one Oklahoma couple has found a solution. Here in Oklahoma we deal with our fair share of natural disasters. Most of the time we can weather proof our homes to save it from damage and even in some cases […]

  • Hiring our Heroes: Oklahoma businesses looking to hire a few good vets

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Veteran looking for a job? Check out the Hiring Our Heroes job fair Thursday in Bricktown. HIRING OUR HEROES (veterans encouraged to attend) Thursday, Jan. 31 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Coca-Cola Bricktown Events Center 425 East California Oklahoma City, OK  73104 Register for free List of available jobs List of a few companies attending job fair: National Oilwell Varco – 307 Jobs American Income Life Insurance Company – 39 Jobs First Command Financial Planning – 15 […]

  • NewsChannel 4, Freedom 43 TV officially have new owners; Tribune Co.

    Oklahoma’s NewsChannel 4 and Freedom 43 TV have officially been sold to Tribune Co. along with 17 other television stations. According to the Wall Street Journal, the Federal Communications Commission has approved Tribune Co.’s $2.73 billion agreement to buy local TV stations from Local TV Holdings LLC Friday. That agreement is set to make Chicago-based Tribune the largest commercial TV station owner in the country, the Wall Street Journal reported. What does that mean for you, the viewer? We will continue to […]

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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.

  • 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.