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  • Birthday Bash: Mustang celebrates 50 years with fireworks, Fun Run, and more

    MUSTANG, Okla. (KFOR)- The City of Mustang is celebrating a big milestone with a 50th-anniversary bash! To honor the golden birthday of the City, there are many events and activities planned. Police Department Open House and Animal Adoption Event – Tuesday, October 15, 2019 – The Mustang Police Department will be hosting an Open House from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. that will include police department tours, popcorn and drinks, an animal welfare and adoption event, and packages and lanyards […]

  • The National Anthem returns to start the broadcast day at KFOR

      OKLAHOMA CITY – We have some exciting news about a new project at KFOR. Each day on KFOR we will air the national anthem beginning at 3:58 a.m. This is right before our weekday newscasts. As you know, The Star Spangled Banner was once a staple on local television stations and we are returning to that tradition. This will be a bit different because we will utilize singers from across all music genres showcasing their own unique talents on […]

  • Traffic advisory for Cordell

    CORDELL, Okla- Heads up for drivers in Cordell. The Oklahoma Department of Transportation reports SH-152 will be closed between Temple St. and Grant St. in Cordell through late October. Both directions of SH-152/Main St. are closed at the railroad crossing between Temple St. and Grant St. in Cordell from 11 a.m. Oct.2,  through late October as part of a railroad crossing upgrade project by Farm Rail, who can be reached at 580-323-1234. The signed detour is south on US-183 to […]

  • Apple new software updates and privacy settings

    Here is a link to iOS 13 software and privacy updates

  • Mr. Food Test Kitchen

    Mr. Food Recipes!          

  • Jeopardy to air overnight, set your DVRs

    Jeopardy will air at 2:30 a.m. Tuesday morning after being pre-empted because of breaking news.  

  • Oklahoma Foster Care and Adoption Contact Information (DHS)

    If you’re interested in fostering, call the Oklahoma Foster Parent hotline at 1-800-376-9729 or click here You can also find out more information on children available for adoption by calling that same number listed above.    

  • Strong storm leaves damage in Oklahoma City metro

    OKLAHOMA CITY- A severe storm slammed into Central Oklahoma leaving a trail of damage. Tornado near Edmond earlier this evening https://t.co/y704fcl0Uo — Corey Inmon (@CoreyInmon) August 27, 2019 Power poles were blown down in several parts of the Oklahoma City metro along with downed trees. I35 north and southbound near 23rd street is flooded out. Several cars stranded! @kfor #okwx pic.twitter.com/AtwcK42vn8 — Aaron Brackett (@Aaron_Brackett) August 27, 2019 Family in Guthrie also have damage and had no sirens go off. […]

  • Petition to put Oklahoma’s permitless carry measure on statewide ballot locations

    Permanent and Pop-up locations for the permitless-carry petition OKC Lowe Law Firm 228 Robert S. Kerr Ave #630 M-F 8:30am-5pm Oklahoma Democratic Party 3700 N Classen Blvd Unit 100 M-F 9am-5pm Sky Fire Media 713 NW 17th St M-F 9:30am-5:30pm McKenzie and Company 630 West Sheridan M-F 9:00am-5:00pm Vito’s Restaurant 7628 N. May Ave. Mon-Sat 4:30pm-9pm LAWTON Comanche County Democratic Party HQ 610 SW Lee Blvd. M-F 11am-3pm EDMOND Cameron Financial 9012 N Kelley Ave M-F 8am – 5pm TULSA […]

  • Russell Westbrook releases t-shirt collection honoring Oklahoma

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Former Oklahoma City Thunder player Russell Westbrook is honoring the state he says he has zero regrets in! On Monday, Westbrook launched the “Zero Regrets” collection under his clothing line, Honor The Gift. “Together we built 11 years of dedication, self belief, growth, gratitude, and family. I have Zero Regrets. Thank you Oklahoma,” reads a statement on the collection’s website. The collection currently features two t-shirts; one in tie-dye and the other in white with “Zero Regrets” […]

  • Sound Check: Oklahoma radio station plays music others won’t

    OKLAHOMA CITY- It’s been a decades-long Oklahoma anchor for music, but the Spy has seen many incarnations come its way. Ferris O’Brien has been its one constant. Growing from a college radio station to then owned by radio conglomerate Citadel and now independently owned by Ferris O’Brien, The Spy FM plays the music that other radio stations won’t. It airs 20 specialty shows from local music, new wave, reggae, and blues to name a few. Ferris shares his view on […]

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