Summer is making a return to Oklahoma with a 4 day hot spell starting this afternoon. As the summer heat dome tries to make a move north, temps will rise into the 90s today with loads of humidity! The combination of hotter temps and very high moisture...
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Forecasters have issued heat advisories for much of Oklahoma and southern Arkansas this weekend as temperatures in both states are expected to approach 100 degrees and above.
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Former channel 4 sportscaster Robbie Robertson saw a lot and did a lot in 16 years at the station. On Friday night, Robertson reflected on his time at the station, the people who influenced him and what it’s meant to his life.
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The annual Oklahoma Sports Headliners Banquet put on by the March of Dimes was held on Friday night. Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook was honored as the Oklahoma Sports Headliner of the Year, although Westbrook did not attend the banquet....
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The University of Oklahoma’s annual Sooner Caravan stop in Oklahoma City was billed as a “Night of Champions.” OU won four national championships last academic year, and athletic director Joe Castiglione honored those teams and the all-around success of...
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OKLAHOMA CITY – For nearly three decades Brad Edwards was In Your Corner. Several years before his sudden passing in 2006, he talked about his storied career at Channel Four. “I like being with the people and being one of the people,” Brad said. “I want...
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OKLAHOMA CITY – The KFOR building has been our home for almost 70 years. Leaving here is bittersweet as we embark onto a new chapter. You’ve graciously welcomed us into your homes – often as family. This is a family reunion. And where there are people...
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Oklahoma’s football team knows the defense must be better than a year ago to contend for a national championship. OU defensive coordinator Mike Stoops is always trying to get the best out of his unit and he believes freshman linebacker Kenneth Murray...
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As Oklahoma State quarterback Mason Rudolph begins his senior year, he hasn’t stopped setting goals for himself and trying to keep improving. Rudolph says he always sets goals, even for offseason workouts, and stays in close communication with his...
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ARCADIA, Okla. – The Arcadia Corn Maze made a big announcement Friday. They are permanently closing due to highway expansion. The plans to expand the highway will take over the location of the corn maze. In a Facebook post, they say “For those of you...
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By Nolan Clay Staff Writer nclay@oklahoman.comAn appeals court has ruled New York mobster Gregory Scarpa Jr. must serve his original 40-year prison sentence despite his tip in 2005 that led to the discovery of a cache of explosives left over from the...
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By Randy Ellis Staff Writer rellis@oklahoman.comCLINTON — The office manager of an Oklahoma circuit engineering district has been fired and an investigation is underway into the alleged self-reported embezzlement of government funds. "Right now we have...
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By Jack Money Business Writer jmoney@oklahoman.comAn airline that provides regional flights out of Oklahoma City and other cities for Delta, United, Alaska and American Airlines potentially could open a new maintenance center here. On Tuesday, the...
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By Kyle Schwab Staff Writer kschwab@oklahoman.comSTILLWATER — A Payne County judge on Friday decided how to distribute the more than $100,000 remaining from Adacia Chambers' car insurance policy. Chambers drove into a crowd during the 2015 Oklahoma State...
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By Tim Willert Staff Writer twillert@oklahoman.comMOORE — Bryant Elementary School teacher Holly Bentley was overdrawn and didn't know how she was going to feed her young son. Teresa Humphrey, a Kelley Elementary speech teacher, couldn't afford to give...
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By Richard Mize Real Estate Editor rmize@oklahoman.comOklahoma Contemporary Arts Center is hitting me in an odd but important place with its upcoming exhibition, "Not For Sale: Graffiti Culture in Oklahoma.Read more on NewsOK.com
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Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook collected more awards on Friday, this time from his fellow NBA players. The NBA Players’ Voice Awards named Westbrook the winner in three different categories. Westbrook was named the Most Valuable Player,...
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OKLAHOMA CITY – A free market approach to healthcare is allowing Oklahoma patients to shop for procedures at one-tenth of the price of a traditional surgery. “There are no layers, and we know what our costs are,” Darla Green, employees benefit consultant...
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By Brianna Bailey Staff Writer bbailey@oklahoman.com The Comanche Nation is suing the federal government over a rival casino the Chickasaw Nation is building two miles north of the Texas border in the Jefferson County town of Terral. Richard Grellner, an...
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BY STEVE LACKMEYER Business Writer slackmeyer@oklahoman.comA last-minute opportunity to land the 2018 National Baptist Congress of Christian Education conference to Oklahoma City is set to bring 25,000 delegates and fill up every downtown hotel. Mike...
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OU defensive assistant and co-head coach Ruffin McNeill is already making an impact on the Sooner players. McNeill coached with OU head coach Lincoln Riley at Texas Tech, and was head coach at East Carolina. In his first season with Oklahoma, McNeill is...
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Oklahoma State’s football team is backing off their practice schedule this preseason and it seems to be paying off. OSU is not using all of their allotted practices, and the cooler weather, combined with the NCAA outlawing two-a-day practices, has...
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By Jack Money Business Writer jmoney@oklahoman.comWhile Oklahoma's preliminary unemployment rate ticked up a tenth of a percent in July, you can attribute that to rounding. The bigger story, state employment officials say, is that Oklahoma continues to...
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The Oklahoman OpinionsIN light of last weekend's race-related violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, several Oklahoma City school board members say they believe four schools named for Confederate soldiers should be renamed.Read more on NewsOK.com
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The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation says its agents are investigating a western Oklahoma officer who fired a nonlethal bean-bag round at a man who then fatally shot himself.
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A cyclist in central Oklahoma has died after being hit by a train, marking the first such fatality since the city implemented quiet zones to loosen rules regarding train horn use.
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8/17/2017
An attorney for a man accused of attempting to detonate what he believed was an explosives-laden van outside an Oklahoma City bank wants a hearing to determine whether he is competent to be tried on a federal charge.
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8/17/2017
A local judge has recused himself from a case involving the Garfield County sheriff and several other people charged in connection to the 2016 death of an inmate found unresponsive in the northern Oklahoma county's jail.
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8/16/2017
The superintendent of the Oklahoma City school district says she'll ask the school board for permission to discuss the possibility of renaming four elementary schools that are currently named after Confederate army...
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8/16/2017
Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin says she believes a special legislative session is needed to address a $215 million budget shortfall after the state Supreme Court overturned a new $1.50-cent-per-pack fee on cigarettes.
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8/16/2017
The family of a man accused of attempting to detonate what he believed was an explosives-laden van outside an Oklahoma bank says he is a paranoid schizophrenic and that the FBI knew it.
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8/16/2017
The Latest on trial of four men accused of wielding assault-style weapons to stop federal agents from rounding up anti-government figure Cliven Bundy's cattle in April 2014 (all times local):
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8/15/2017
School officials in Oklahoma City and Tulsa will reconsider whether their schools should bear the names of confederate generals after a white nationalist rally decrying the planned removal of a Robert E. Lee statue turned...
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8/15/2017