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  • ‘Thank them for me,’ disabled Navy Veteran receives anonymous donation from In Your Corner viewer

    NORMAN, Okla. (KFOR) – Out in the Norman countryside, a number of neighbors needed asphalt work. It was Ricky Birdwell who called In Your Corner, after paying for paving work on his carport drive. His neighbor Donna was hoping for a new driveway. George Young needed a small section of his driveway worked on for better access from his car to his wheelchair. All three used contractor James Truesdale. All three were disappointed in the work. “I thought, ‘Oh boy, […]

  • In Your Corner Update: Purcell church receives much needed paint job

    PURCELL, Okla. (KFOR) – There’s a fresh coat of paint on the First Baptist Church Santa Fe in Purcell, but shining the old church up has been anything but easy. “I always tell church she’s old, but ain’t she pretty,” noted Reverend Ricky McNeal, pastor at the church. McNeal was at his wit’s end last June with local painter Vincent Holley. The painter is accused of taking thousands to paint the church but never doing the work. “At this point, […]

  • ‘I thought ‘Oh boy, I’ve been had” – neighbors in need call In Your Corner after paving problems

    NORMAN, Okla. (KFOR) –Norman neighbors are crying foul, paying for asphalt they say is suspect. It started in early December. Ricky Birdwell was hoping for a slick looking carport drive, paying for asphalt work. The results left him underwhelmed. “Soon as I pulled my truck onto it, there was big ruts in the asphalt,” he said. “I thought, ‘Oh boy, I’ve been had.’” He paid $500 cash. Neighbor Donna Hall paid $1,600, hoping her dirt driveway would soon match the […]

  • Cable technician accused of stealing pain pills from elderly woman’s home

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – For Janice Crittendon, the reason for the season can be found on every wall. But while her decorations were on point, her television was on the fritz.  So the Cox cable customer called for help. “They did set up an appointment to have a technician come out,” she said. “I was like ‘OK, send the tech out.’” The technician sent a text, asking for Janice’s address before getting to work on the television upstairs. Not long […]

  • Woman fighting breast cancer receives holiday blessing

    MIDWEST CITY, Okla. (KFOR) – In the heart of Midwest City, Keshia Carney had no idea News 4 was stopping by her home. “She doesn’t ask for anything,” Donnie Lewis said. “God laid it on my heart to call In Your Corner.” Keshia is stuck without a working heating or air system in the dead of winter. “So I put a space heater in my room, one in my son’s room,” Keshia explained. “Then I’ve been using the fireplace.” Her […]

  • Blanchard man waits weeks for work after paying for ramp and deck improvements

    BLANCHARD, Okla. (KFOR) – Out in the McClain County country, Roger Hickman had big plans for his home. “Wanted to get a ramp built out here, a walk ramp, cause my knees are going bad – extend the deck, wanted a bigger deck out there,” he explained. “Wanted a canopy put over it.” Roger realized his neighbor down the road was having similar work done, so he approached her builder. “Got to talking to him, introduced myself,” he noted. “Said […]

  • Oklahoma woman forced to pay for car repairs after warranty company folds

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Trina Gregory’s 2013 GMC Yukon is her lifeline. When her check engine light flickered on earlier this year, she immediately took her vehicle to the shop. “Told the people at the service station, ‘Oh I have a warranty’,” she explained. “Thinking I’m not gonna have to pay anything.” That warranty was purchased two years ago through Delaware-based company ‘American Standard Auto Protection (ASAP.)’ Gregory says she thought she was covered for five years and up to 119,000 […]

  • Warmth for Winter underway following record year

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – They come by the bagful, boxful and truckful. This year’s Warmth for Winter is off to a tremendous start. “Our count yesterday was 157,” Dee Watts, Director of Social Services, explained last week. “That’s a good place to start.” That was only after the first pick-up. Two Men and a Truck will be dropping off piles of donated coats for months. “For me, this is actually my first,” said Lakeith McGee, Operations Manager with Two Men […]

  • Notorious roofers in bad standing with state continue to chase down payments

    DEL CITY, Okla. (KFOR) – Vickie Coy is still caught in a storm that started in late August when 80 mph winds ripped through the metro and into her Del City roof. “Was woke up to a really weird sound, and it was dripping from my ceiling,” she explained. “I had to have three different pans and buckets down there to catch it all.” Not long after, there was a knock at the door from a local contracting company. Superior […]

  • “Got to hear him for the first time, and it was really amazing,” Lost tape leads to heartwarming reunion

    STILLWATER, Okla. – It started with an auction, an old box and two jars of relish. “I kind of liked the box. Someone had purchased it with some other items,” said Joel Hicks, Stillwater resident. “Asked the guy if he would sell the box. He said he would trade it for a couple jars of relish she had bought.” Inside the old box was an old camcorder. Inside the camcorder was an old tape. Soon, Hicks was transfixed by home […]

  • “It’s a real expensive problem without a cheap solution,” Fall armyworms march across Oklahoma

    OKLAHOMA – A seasonal issue has come roaring back into Oklahoma, though many farmers said this year is the worst yet, as wheat continues to die. Farmers are on the hunt for a miniature army that’s caused a massive problem. “It’s been the worst that we’ve seen in a while, for sure,” said local farmer Drake Gard. “You’re looking for little green worms to be hiding in the foliage.” Hiding in plain sight just beneath the dirt, they’re called fall armyworms, and […]

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