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    KFOR $100,000 Home Improvement Contest

    Starting Monday, April 6th, KFOR will be having a $100,000 Home Improvement Contest! Click the button below to Enter for your chance to win $100,000 in home improvements from the sponsors. If no one wins the grand prize, one lucky winner will win $500 in cash. $100,000 Home Improvement Wish List OFFICIAL RULES NO PURCHASE […]

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    KFOR-TV Thunderground Storm Shelter Giveaway Sweepstakes Official Rules

    NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN, NOR WILL A PURCHASE IMPROVE ONE’S CHANCES OF WINNING. Odds of winning will depend on the number of eligible entries received. 1. Eligibility: Entrants must be legal US residents, at least 18 years old or above, as determined by KFOR-TV and reside in the following Oklahoma Counties: Oklahoma […]

  • Errors on state practice tests due to ‘limited time’

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A few mistakes on state education practice tests were the result of limited review time, officials say. Deana Silk, with the Oklahoma State Department of Education (SDE), says after the state selected a new testing vendor last year, they only had about three months to put together practice tests for students. The […]

  • Shelby Offrink was diagnosed at 30 with rare inoperable brain cancer. Then, her husband, Ben, was diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma, which had been in remission 15 years. The couple, who have two young daughters, are fighting for their lives, looking for clinical trials and new treatments
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    Unbroken: Husband and wife, with two little girls battle rare cancers

    CALEDONIA, Michigan (CNN) — Ben and Shelby Offrink met in college. It wasn’t the most romantic setting — a study group for calculus-based physics — but Ben managed to turn it into a story worth telling by cheating. “I set up a study group and ended up telling the other people not to come so […]

  • Oklahoma science & math school “down to the bone” on state funding

    OKLAHOMA — The Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics (OSSM) is in the middle of a funding crisis, much like the entire education system. Officials say the state profits from their graduates, but they need funding to keep the doors open. The students and faculty at OSSM use microscopes, read blood pressure and use their […]

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    Parents remember how their children survived the Oklahoma City bombing

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Twenty years ago, a powerful explosion rocked the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. Fifteen children in the day care perished, but six survived. In the middle of chaos, parents frantically searched for their children from the second floor daycare. Jim and Claudia Denny had two children in the day care – 3-year-old […]

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    New synthetic drug more potent, addictive than previous versions

    NEW YORK (NBC News) – Experts say a new designer drug is even more potent and more addictive than the synthetic versions before it. On the streets, it is known as “gravel” but officials say “flakka” is a stimulant that is part of a chemical class called cathinones. It has also been labeled “the insanity […]

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    Oklahoma group calls for end to “Buy a Badge” programs after reserve deputy-involved shooting

    OKLAHOMA CITY — In the wake of the reserve deputy-involved shooting that killed a man in Tulsa, the American Civil Liberties Union of Oklahoma is calling for an end to the “Buy A Badge” program. The program, according to the ACLU, “allows favored friends and wealthy donors to Oklahoma sheriffs to carry guns and badges […]

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    GRAPHIC: Video shows hundreds watched ‘gang rape’ and did nothing to stop it

    BAY COUNTY, Fla. – Two Troy University students were arrested after officials discovered a video of a ‘gang rape’ that occurred at Panama City Beach. According to, the video shows a teenager, who appeared to be incapacitated, being assaulted by several men. Sheriff Frank McKeithen told the site the incident occurred ” in broad, open […]

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    Scattered showers, thunderstorms to continue through the night

    Localized flooding and ponding on the roads will be the main concern this morning as heavy rain falls across the state. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will continue through the afternoon, especially for eastern Oklahoma. As a result of the rain and clouds, highs will only reach the low to mid 60s. Another round of showers […]

  • Missing security seals on 3rd grade state tests leave parents, teachers concerned

    OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. — If you have a third grader in Oklahoma, you know this is their big week. The standardized Oklahoma Core Curriculum Tests or OCCT for reading and math will be administered. But things are a little different as the tests are missing the security seals used to make sure no one looks at […]