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  • Update: Man accused of murder in Norman; victim shot in head

    Update: A man who was previously regarded as a person of interest in a suspicious death in Norman is now accused of murder. Davante Hunter, 27, was arrested on suspicion of first-degree murder, Friday afternoon. Hunter is accused of killing 63-year-old James Keith Hawkins. He will be booked into the Cleveland County Detention Center, according to a Norman Police Department news release. Norman police went to a home in the 3000 block of Pheasant Run Road just after 10 a.m. […]

  • Traffic flowing again along I-40 in Del City after morning crash

    I-40 is mostly re-opened at S.E. 15th in Del City after a morning crash left the eastbound lanes closed. Eastbound I-40 was at S.E. 15th St. (mm 155B) through Friday morning due to a crash. Drivers were urged to avoid the area. KFOR.com live camera at Rose State College. KFOR.com/Traffic

  • Federal grant used to create an Oklahoma Feral Hog-free zone

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – It is a growing problem in Oklahoma…feral hogs. They can quickly destroy crops, grass, pasture, and property. A new pilot project tarts the feral hog problem in the state. The idea is to create a ‘feral-free zone’ in southern Oklahoma. This project is being paid for through a federal USDA grant.  

  • Public comments wanted on proposed changes to fish, wildlife rules

    OKLAHOMA (KFOR) – Each year, the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation proposes changes in Title 800, the administrative rules that govern hunting, fishing and Wildlife Department operations. The public comment period for this year’s proposed rule changes open Dec. 2 and will close at 4:30 p.m. Jan. 3, 2020. Many proposed changes are simple housekeeping matters, while some are more substantial. Some of this year’s rule change proposals include: • Increase the deer gun hunting season by adding seven days […]

  • Celebrate the holiday with a Native twist, visit Red Earth’s Tree Fest

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Celebrate the holidays with a Native twist. The Red Earth Art Center has partnered with Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City to celebrate the holiday season with a distinctive Native flair during Red Earth Treefest scheduled for a nine-day run, now through December 13, at the Student Center on the university’s campus, 900 N Portland Ave. Red Earth Treefest features 18 Tribes from throughout Oklahoma invited to participate in the annual holiday event by creating handmade ornaments and art […]

  • Silver alert for Dill City man

    DILL CITY, Okla. – A silver alert has been issued for a missing man in Dill City. 67-year old Larry Ledbetter was last seen wearing a hunter orange shirt, blue jeans, a brown ostrich belt, and boots. He last seen around 8:20 a.m. on Nov. 20. His vehicle is described as a black 2007 convertible Nissan 350 with Oklahoma license plate FJZ-802. Officials believe he may be en route to Hayworth, Broken Bow or Beavers Bend.    

  • The Gridiron Nation: Which top-ranked teams will make it to the College Football Playoffs?

    The Gridiron Nation: Path to the Playoff streams live on KFOR.com Wednesdays at 1 p.m. CST COLUMBUS, Ohio (NEXSTAR) — Which teams will make it to the 2020 College Football Playoff? Week 12 saw a college football weekend without too many upsets for playoff-hopeful teams, outside of the broken hearts of Alabama Crimson Tide fans after starting QB Tua Tagovailoa suffered a hip injury in the second quarter against Mississippi State, ending his junior season. The no. 1 LSU Tigers […]

  • Oklahoma Sikh community celebrates open house with message of love

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Community and state leaders gathered with the Oklahoma Sikh Community for an open house. Members welcomed House Representative Jacob Rosecrants and Collin Walke along with Edmond Police Chief, J.D. Younger, and Oklahoma City Deputy Chief, Paco Balderrama. The event celebrated the 550th anniversary of the birth of the founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak.    

  • KFOR Children’s Programming Changes

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR)- There will be changes to the on-air Children’s Programming Schedule: Saturday, November 23, Due to NBC Soccer, The Champion Within, will be seen on KFOR at 7:30 a.m. Saturday, November 30, Due to NBC Soccer, The Champion Within, will be seen on KFOR at 7:30 a.m. Saturday, December 7, Due to NBC Golf, Vets Saving Pets, will be seen on KFOR at 7:00 a.m. and, The Champion Within, will be seen at 7:30 a.m. Saturday, December 14, […]

  • Warmth 4 Winter: Help us keep Oklahomans warm this winter

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) –It is that time of year when the time change happens, the foliage turns, and cold weather arrives. You can help keep fellow Oklahomans warm this winter by donating to the annual KFOR Warmth 4 Winter Coat Drive. We will gladly accept your new or gently used coat at any of our drop-off locations. This coat drive was started years ago by the late Brad Edwards who worked tirelessly as a consumer advocate at KFOR and founded […]

  • Lawmakers: Gun control, USMCA have taken back seat to impeachment inquiry

    WASHINGTON (NEXSTAR) — Congressional priorities seem to have stalled on big issues like gun control and the United States-Mexico-Canada trade deal. Lawmakers from both parties say Congress and the White House need to find a way to work together on important legislation, even as the impeachment inquiry moves forward. “It’s not ‘if’ impeachment is getting in the way. Impeachment is getting in the way,” Congressman Tom Reed said. Reed, R-New York, says the impeachment process is impeding legislative business. “US-Mexico-Canada deal this should be […]

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