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  • Overnight storms bring high winds leaving thousands in the dark

    OKLAHOMA CITY-Strong storms brought high damaging winds to the metro Friday night. Storm chaser Marc Dillard caught straight-line winds racing into the west part of Oklahoma City causing power lines to snap leaving thousands in the dark. Check OG&E power outages here Some residents report trees being down along with other damage. The mesonet in Minco recorded peak wind gusts of 71 miles per hour.

  • Donate school supplies to help stock Oklahoma classrooms

    OKLAHOMA CITY-You can help get school supplies ready for Oklahoma students before classes begin! Galleria Furniture and the GTO Foundation are teaming up to help teachers and students. The event is Sunday, June 24 from 10am-6pm at Galleria Furniture, 3700 W I-40 Service Road. The event has two purposes: showcase Oklahoma made products and businesses, and raise funds and collect school supplies for school children across the state. There will be dozens of Made in Oklahoma vendors in booths showcasing […]

  • Folk Secrets comes to Oklahoma County! See how you can go back in time and win cash

    OKLAHOMA CITY-A treasure hunt is underway in Oklahoma and you can play and win money. There is a Facebook TV show called Folk Secrets.  Watch the video to see how to play this augmented reality game.  

  • New Oklahoma specialty license plate honors those who have given their all

    YUKON, Okla.- You have more options for specialty license plates in Oklahoma under a new law. The law creates several tags honoring the Special Forces, Sons of the American Revolution, the Daughters of the American Revolution, and Folds of Honor to list a few. In particular, the Folds of Honor plate was unveiled Thursday at the Yukon Veteran’s Museum. The local chapter of Folds of Honor honors the sacrifice of America’s fallen and disabled service members by providing educational scholarships to […]

  • Oklahoma authorities investigate horrible living conditions for three children

    DEL CITY, Okla.- Del City officials are investigating a house of horrors. Officials say they are investigating a case where children were allegedly found pad-locked inside, living and sleeping in filthy conditions. Police say two bedrooms where three children, aged 12, 11, and 6, had padlocks outside the doors. The 12-year old who has Autism was reportedly sleeping inside a room covered with dog urine and feces. Documents show that in addition to locks on the doors, the windows were […]

  • AT&T cell service disruptions impacting thousands in Oklahoma

    STILLWATER, Okla.-Thousands are reporting issues with AT&T wireless service in Oklahoma. The Stillwater News Press reports the largest outage area is in the Stillwater area which would include Perry, Cushing, and Perkins. The Oklahoma City metro is also impacted. See the outage map here. The company says the outage for the Stillwater area was declared at 11:40am on Monday and is not expected to be back in service until 2:00 a.m. Tuesday. There is no word on what caused the […]

  • Cooking with Kyle: Blueberry muffin recipe with a secret tip!

    OKLAHOMA CITY- Cooking with Kyle features a delicious blueberry muffin recipe with a secret! These easy muffins are sweet, moist, simple to put together and always a hit! This recipe will yield 6 large muffins or 9 regular muffins and may be doubled. Secret Tip: if you prefer very “blue” muffins and exploding blueberries, throw the berries into the freezer before making the muffins – as seen in the photograph. The freezing process softens the berries’ skins and will color/flavor […]

  • The Rant: Email us with your rant or raves

    OKLAHOMA CITY- You can always send us your rant and we do love raves too.  

  • Flash Point: The GOP Primary is crowded, one candidate joins the team to talk about his campaign

    OKLAHOMA CITY- Republican gubernatorial candidate, Kevin Stitt from Tulsa, is one of many squaring off in the upcoming Oklahoma primary. Stitt says he is concerned about how Oklahoma’s neighboring states seem to be thriving on many fronts and the Sooner state seems to be floundering. He believes reform is necessary. Former Oklahoma Attorney General and current head of the EPA, Scott Pruitt is under fire over ethical questions. Final thoughts from the Flash Point team.

  • Photos: 2018 Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon

    The 2018 Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon in pictures! Thanks to the thousands who volunteer, participate, sponsor, and work this event each year. #runtoremember

  • OKC Memorial Marathon 2018 moment by moment coverage

    OKLAHOMA CITY- The 18th Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon complete coverage. The 18th annual marathon took place around Oklahoma City benefiting the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum. This is moment-by-moment coverage of this amazing event. Thanks to the volunteers, participants, sponsors, and employees who make this coverage possible.