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  • Firefighters making sure students not left out in the cold this winter

    OKLAHOMA CITY- Thanks to Local 157 firefighters, they won’t be left out in the cold this year. They are teaming up with Air One Radio in “Operation Warm” to give Greystone Upper Elementary students new winter coats. This includes more than 500 children from Plaza Towers and Briarwood Elementary. Those schools took a direct hit in the May tornado. More than a dozen volunteers will personally fit each child with a new coat. Since “Operation Warm” began, it has donated […]

  • VIDEO: Family emerges from storm shelter to find homes demolished

    MOORE, Okla. – The world a family know when they went into their storm shelter was gone when they emerged. The family came out of the shelter are the twister passed to find the area they once knew was destroyed, unrecognizable.

  • Moore tornado claims family’s home again

    MOORE, Okla. – This family is all too familiar with tornadoes. Their house was destroyed in the May 3 tornado in 1999. Now the family is picking up the pieces a second time; the most recent Moore tornado claimed their home again.

  • El Reno thankful for rain, snow

    EL RENO, Okla. – The forecast was for rain early in the morning then snow shortly after and that’s exactly what happened Tuesday in El Reno. Kathy Higgens said, “The snow is absolutely beautiful.” Gigantic snowflakes blanket downtown El Reno making you forget that the temperature was 62 degrees 48 hours ago. The high moisture content of the flakes made it hard for them to stick to the pavement but that was short-lived. For several hours moderate and heavy snow bands […]