• OK House Education Committee bill would give lawmakers final say in school accreditation changes

    OK House Education Committee bill would give lawmakers final say in school accreditation changes
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - Oklahoma lawmakers on the House Common Education Committee voted Tuesday to move forward with a bill giving lawmakers the final say on school accreditation status. House Bill 3550, authored by Representative Danny Sterling, R-Tecumseh, was approved in a 9-2 vote.The bill would work like this: if the state’s superintendent recommended changing a school’s accreditation to the state school board and the board voted to approve the status change, then that recommend
  • Operation School Bell program helps hundreds of students

    Operation School Bell program helps hundreds of students
    NORMAN, Okla. (KFOR) - The Assistance League of Norman’s outreach program Operation School Bell, solely run by volunteers, has been around for more than 50 years. The chair of the program, Jennifer Cook has been involved for about twenty of those. “I love just the joy you see and just knowing that we're helping them,” said Cook. It helps clothe hundreds of students, grades K-12, in the Norman and Little Axe areas each school year. This year, Cook said it’s
  • News 4's In Your Corner team helps resolve OKC's elderly couple's issue with AT&T

    News 4's In Your Corner team helps resolve OKC's elderly couple's issue with AT&T
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) — An Oklahoma City elderly couple claims that for weeks they have been trying to get AT&T to turn their landline phone service back on. After not getting help, they turned to News 4’s In Your Corner team.  “Every time I called, it seemed like there were no ten-minute phone calls and the last one ran almost two hours. And I was in tears trying to get through to somebody,” said Martha Thompson, having issues with AT&T. Martha
  • Deer Creek Cheer honored for historic triple win at Nationals in Dallas

    Deer Creek Cheer honored for historic triple win at Nationals in Dallas
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) — Congratulations are in order for the competitive cheerleaders of Deer Creek Public Schools.All three school cheer teams won the national title last month!The teams competed in Dallas, Texas earlier this year.The high school junior varsty team won a championship title for the first time in school history.On Tuesday, all three cheer teams were honored at the State Capitol for their historic accomplishment. Wagoner County Sheriff’s Dept. makes student’s day
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  • 'Largest single year tax cut in Oklahoma history:' Gov. Stitt signs state grocery tax elimination into law

    'Largest single year tax cut in Oklahoma history:' Gov. Stitt signs state grocery tax elimination into law
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) — Governor Kevin Stitt has officially signed a total elimination of the state grocery tax into law.The House passed a bill that would eliminate the state grocery tax during the 2023 legislative session, but the Senate didn’t move on it.The proposal would not only eliminate the state tax, but also put a moratorium on local grocery and sales taxes that would prohibit cities from increasing those through June 2025.The House’s version of this tax cut would also
  • Could Will Rogers World Airport get a new name?

    Could Will Rogers World Airport get a new name?
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) — There could be some changes coming to Will Rogers World Airport as they look to rebrand this year. In those rebranding discussions, there were talks of a potential name change.
    "It's a process we're going through that a lot of organizations do, and just trying to reflect what is the airport mean here in the community and we're looking at some ways we, you know, the what we call our airports and what the images are," said Jeff Mulder, the director of airports at Will
  • Senate Pro Tem's proposed car tag legislation passes Aeronautics, Transportation Committee

    Senate Pro Tem's proposed car tag legislation passes Aeronautics, Transportation Committee
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) — After a serious accident left Senate Pro Tem Greg Treat's son in critical condition, the Aeronautics and Transportation Committee unanimously passed Senate Bill 2035—a bill that would change state car tag laws in an effort to protect Oklahoma drivers.“I appreciate the bipartisan support from my Senate colleagues on this important piece of legislation,” Pro Tem Treat said. “My son Mason’s life was almost taken from our family, as well as
  • U.S. Army gives update on Oklahoma chaplain student death at the U.S. Army Institute for Religious Leadership

    U.S. Army gives update on Oklahoma chaplain student death at the U.S. Army Institute for Religious Leadership
    Ft. Jackson, S.C. (KFOR) - The U.S. Army Institute for Religious Leadership says Chaplain Candidate (2Lt.) Pascal Buma, 38, died at the Institute for Religious Leadership at Fort Jackson on February 26.Chaplain Candidate (2Lt.) Pascal Buma, Image courtesy U.S. Army Institute for Religious Leadership
    The Chaplain Basic Officer Leader Course student and member of the Oklahoma National Guard
    collapsed during the morning physical training ability group run. Instructors and students provided immediat
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  • Oklahoma man is accused of killing his wrestling teammate at a private Christian University

    Oklahoma man is accused of killing his wrestling teammate at a private Christian University
    CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. (AP) - An Oklahoman is now accused of killing his wrestling teammate at a private Christian University in Kentucky.This photo provided by Hungry Horse News shows Josiah Kilman of Columbia Falls, Mont., playing soccer during a home game against the Libby Loggers, Oct. 8, 2022, in Columbia Falls. Kilman, 18, a freshman theology major at Campbellsville University, was strangled to death early Saturday, Feb. 24, 2024, on campus in Campbellsville, Ky. A fellow student, Charles Esc
  • Police investigate deadly incident near train tracks in NW Oklahoma City

    Police investigate deadly incident near train tracks in NW Oklahoma City
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - Oklahoma Police Department says one person is confirmed dead in a accident on the train tracks at W Britton and Western.Fatality accident near train tracks at W Britton and Western. Photo courtesy KFOR.McIntyre Law Chopper 4 is over the scene, where authorities say a pedestrian has been struck by a train.According to Oklahoma City Police, Britton and Western will be shut down in all directions for several hours while crews continue working at the scene.Drivers are advised
  • AT&T, Verizon raising prices on some phone plans starting this week

    AT&T, Verizon raising prices on some phone plans starting this week
    (NEXSTAR) – Some Verizon and AT&T customers are about to see their phone bills get more expensive in the coming weeks.
    Starting March 1, customers on certain older unlimited plans will be hit with a price increase of $4 per month, per line. The increase will take effect with customers' first bill cycle that comes on or after March 1, a company spokesperson told Nexstar.
    Prices for Verizon's newer "myPlan platform" will stay the same, the company said.
    The price hike follows recent
  • AG Drummond demands answers from Biden Administration on migrant child trafficking

    AG Drummond demands answers from Biden Administration on migrant child trafficking
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - Oklahoma Attorney General Gentner Drummond says he has sent a letter demanding the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and FBI address a recent HHS Office of Inspector General (OIG) report that found unaccompanied migrant children in the custody of the federal government are being released into unsafe situations, including into human trafficking.“It is inexcusable that the Biden Administration is failing to p
  • Wagoner County Sheriff’s Dept. makes student's day fixing bike tire

    Wagoner County Sheriff’s Dept. makes student's day fixing bike tire
    WAGONER, Okla. (KFOR) - Wagoner Public schools are sending a special shout-out to Wagoner County Sheriff’s Dept. Deputy Javine on Facebook.Wagoner County Sheriff’s Dept. Deputy Javine, Image courtesy Wagoner Public SchoolsAccording to Wagoner Public Schools' Facebook post, Wagoner County Sheriff’s Dept. Deputy Javine saw a student with a flat tire (busted tube) and went out of his way to put a new tube in it while the student was in class!
    Wagoner Public Schools thanked the dep
  • Live Blog: High winds, dry conditions make for extreme wildfire danger

    Live Blog: High winds, dry conditions make for extreme wildfire danger
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR)—A Red Flag Warning has been issued for Tuesday.
    Officials warn of critical fire weather conditions.
    Oklahoma Weather Radar
    Oklahoma Weather Watches and Warnings Map
    KFOR SkyCam NetworkA Wind Advisory is also up and running today for strong west winds shifting to the north strong and gusty behind a cold front this evening.  All this will enhance the fire weather conditions for today. 
  • DIRECTV satellite customers report '771' errors, service disruption

    DIRECTV satellite customers report '771' errors, service disruption
    (WXIN) – It isn’t nearly on the scale of last week’s AT&T outage, but DIRECTV customers were reporting problems with their satellite TV service on Tuesday.According to DownDetector.com, hundreds of users reported a spike in service disruptions Tuesday morning. Many reported seeing a “771” error code, which means their receiver was having trouble communicating with their satellite dish.Some of the “most reported locations” for the issue included India
  • Audit of the Seminole Co. Sheriff's Office uncovers years of malfeasance

    Audit of the Seminole Co. Sheriff's Office uncovers years of malfeasance
    SEMINOLE COUNTY, Okla. (KFOR) - Oklahoma State Auditor & Inspector (SA&I) Cindy Byrd today released her forensic audit report for the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office uncovering years of malfeasance.
    According to Byrd, the District Attorney requested the SA&I to investigate the financial activity of the Sheriff’s Office.  No more state grocery tax as Gov. Stitt signs proposal into lawThe audit says from December of 2016 through November of 2022, $187,340 collected by
  • No more state grocery tax as Gov. Stitt signs proposal into law

    No more state grocery tax as Gov. Stitt signs proposal into law
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - Governor Stitt on Tuesday, signed the state grocery tax elimination into law after both legislative chambers agreed on a proposal to eliminate the state grocery tax this year.While Governor Kevin Stitt has persistently asked the legislature to cut personal incomes taxes, Senate President Pro Tempore Greg Treat (R-OKC) stood to his promise in previously stating he would rather give Oklahomans relief in the grocery store at this time.Firefighters battle large wildfire i
  • No more state grocery tax as Gov. Stitt proposal into law

    No more state grocery tax as Gov. Stitt proposal into law
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - Governor Stitt on Tuesday, signed the state grocery tax elimination into law after both legislative chambers agreed on a proposal to eliminate the state grocery tax this year.While Governor Kevin Stitt has persistently asked the legislature to cut personal incomes taxes, Senate President Pro Tempore Greg Treat (R-OKC) stood to his promise in previously stating he would rather give Oklahomans relief in the grocery store at this time.Firefighters battle large wildfire i
  • Norman, Moore PD compete in drone race for good cause

    Norman, Moore PD compete in drone race for good cause
    MOORE, Okla. (KFOR) - Local police departments are gearing up for drone race time in support of a good cause!The Moore and Norman Police Departments are set to go head-to-head in a drone racing charity event that will benefit Toby Keith's OK Kids Korral. Superintendent of Oklahoma City Public Schools abruptly resignsThe officers are expected to use drones for search and rescue operations as well as crime scene and collision mapping as a part of the competition with speeds reaching up to 45 miles
  • Firefighters battle large wildfire in Logan, Payne Counties

    Firefighters battle large wildfire in Logan, Payne Counties
    ORLANDO, Okla. (KFOR) - McIntyre Law Chopper 4 is on the scene of a large wildfire in Orlando, Oklahoma which borders Logan and Payne counties.Fire crews are currently battling the flames.Wildfire in Orlando, Oklahoma. Image KFOR.Wildfire in Orlando, Oklahoma. Image KFOR.Wildfire in Orlando, Oklahoma. Image KFOR.Wildfire in Orlando, Oklahoma. Image KFOR.This story is developing.
  • Mountain lion spotted steps from California resident's front door

    Mountain lion spotted steps from California resident's front door
    MONROVIA, Calif. (KTLA) -- A California homeowner’s surveillance cameras captured a mountain lion just steps from her front door Sunday night.  The sighting comes less than a week after residents in neighboring Sierra Madre were warned by officials to be cautious after a mountain lion was seen in the area.
    The Monrovia homeowner, who did not want to be identified, told Nexstar's KTLA that when she noticed the big cat outside at around 7:30 a.m., she checked her home’s cameras fr
  • One dead after crash involving fire vehicle

    One dead after crash involving fire vehicle
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - Emergency crews responded to a fatal accident involving a fire vehicle Tuesday morning.Official say the fire vehicle was traveling with lights and sirens near Melrose Lane and Greenvale Road when the collision happened.One person was injured and taken to a nearby hospital where they later died.
    No more information is available at this time as the investigation continues.This is a developing story.
  • Multiple agencies respond to house fire in Bethany

    Multiple agencies respond to house fire in Bethany
    BETHANY, Okla. (KFOR) - Multiple fire crews responded to a house fire in Bethany Tuesday morning.According to fire officials, firefighters responded to a home near NW 21rd around 9 a.m. on Tuesday.No more information is available at this time.KFOR has a crew headed to the scene.This is a developing story.
  • RI woman celebrates 110th birthday: 'Not everybody can do what I do'

    RI woman celebrates 110th birthday: 'Not everybody can do what I do'
    BRISTOL, R.I. (WPRI) — Genevieve Marszalek is turning 110 years old.The Bristol, Rhode Island, native, who was born on Feb. 28, 1914, celebrated her birthday a couple of days early at the Bristol House of Pizza."Jeepers, what a crowd!" Marszalek exclaimed while sitting at a table surrounded by her friends and family. "Where did you all come from?"(WPRI)"You thought I wasn't popular?" she shouted across the table. "Well, I am! Everybody loves me."Marszalek said when she first walked into th
  • Delta adds another eclipse flight: Which other flights will offer a view of the solar event?

    Delta adds another eclipse flight: Which other flights will offer a view of the solar event?
    AUSTIN (KXAN) — Delta Air Lines is adding another special flight to its schedule to give passengers a view of the April 8 solar eclipse from the air.Last week, the airline announced that a flight from Austin to Detroit will spend "as much time as possible" in the path of totality. That flight sold out in less than 24 hours.On Monday, however, Delta announced the addition of a second flight for "astronomy lovers," this time leaving from Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW). Delta f
  • Firefighters battle house fire in SE Oklahoma City

    Firefighters battle house fire in SE Oklahoma City
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - The Oklahoma City Fire Department responded to a house fire Tuesday morning.According to OKCFD, firefighters responded to a house near SE 54th St. around 5:30 a.m. on Tuesday. Upon arrival, flames could be seen coming from the roof of the home. LOCAL NEWS: One injured in shooting at Midwest City hotelHouse fire in SE Oklahoma City. Image KFOR.House fire in SE Oklahoma City. Image KFOR.
    "When we arrived, we had heavy fire in the back. We had a powerline down back there that
  • Why are so many parts of US weirdly warm?

    Why are so many parts of US weirdly warm?
    A powerful winter storm was dumping deep snow in parts of the West on Monday and much of the central U.S. was unseasonably warm: People played golf in Wisconsin and comfortably walked their dogs in Iowa, where some bulbs were starting to flower. And high winds hiked fire risks in several states.Why was it happening?Three things explained the weird weather in much of the U.S.THE JET STREAMThis band of strong winds keeps warm air, which blows up from the south, trapped below cold ai
  • Ole Anderson, 1980s pro wrestling legend and teammate of Ric Flair, dies

    Ole Anderson, 1980s pro wrestling legend and teammate of Ric Flair, dies
    (WKBN)- A professional wrestling legend and original member of the well-known Four Horsemen faction has died.
    The WWE announced that Ole Anderson, whose real name was Alan Ragowski, has died. He was 81 years old.
    Anderson was a professional wrestler in the 1970s and 1980s for several territories of the National Wrestling Alliance, including Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling, Georgia Championship Wrestling, and Championship Wrestling from Florida.Photographer accuses Taylor Swift’s dad of
  • Macy's to shutter 150 stores amid losses, declining sales

    Macy's to shutter 150 stores amid losses, declining sales
    NEW YORK (AP) — Macy's will close 150 stores, 50 this year it said Tuesday, after posting a fourth-quarter loss and declining sales.While adjusted net income and revenue topped Wall Street expectations, the company offered a muted outlook for the year. Shares slipped 2% before the opening bell.The department store chain faces a proxy fight from Arkhouse Management which nominated a slate of nine directors for election to Macy's board last week. Last month, Macy's rejected a $5.8
  • What happens to unsold Girl Scout cookies at the end of the season?

    What happens to unsold Girl Scout cookies at the end of the season?
    TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) -- Every year, Girl Scouts across the country rally their troops and set out to see who can sell the most of their iconic cookies.Typically, the Girl Scout cookie season begins in January and lasts until mid-April. To ensure freshness, Girl Scouts "only sell cookies produced for the current season."
    So, what happens to all the leftover cookies that don't get sold?If a council or troop has extra cookies at the end of the sale, they'll work with local food pantries and other cha
  • Stillwater resident upset at shockingly high utility bill

    Stillwater resident upset at shockingly high utility bill
    STILLWATER , Okla. (KFOR) -Some Stillwater residents have seen an outrageous increase in their utility bills and aren't sure why.Debbie Rewasiewicz says her bill jumped from $250 a month to more than $800, and sadly she isn't the only one. Despite all of their frustrations, they still can't figure out why. OK Senate President condemns lawmaker’s description of LGBTQ+Oklahomans as ‘filth’"To go from $280 to $850 is a huge, huge increase," Rewasiewicz said. "You would expect a li
  • One injured in shooting at Midwest City hotel

    One injured in shooting at Midwest City hotel
    MIDWEST CITY, Okla. (KFOR) - Police responded to a Midwest City hotel after a man was shot Monday night.According to Midwest City Police, officers responded to the Hawthorn Suites on the Tinker Diagonal around 10 p.m. on Monday.LOCAL NEWS: Suspect arrested after welfare check turns into a standoff
    Upon arrival, officers found a man with a non-life-threatening gunshot wound to the head. He was taken to a nearby hospital after the incident.Police say they're investigating what led up to the shooti
  • Deadline to choose SoonerSelect coverage plan approaches

    Deadline to choose SoonerSelect coverage plan approaches
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - Time is ticking for SoonerCare members moving to SoonerSelect to choose a coverage plan.
    The deadline is March 10. “It's really important that they go in and select that plan,” said Emily Long with the Oklahoma Health Care Authority. “They know best what their needs are and what their family needs are.”This impacts about 80 percent of the more than one million Oklahomans enrolled in the state’s Medicaid program: children, low-income paren
  • Phones are distracting students. More states want schools to ban them

    Phones are distracting students. More states want schools to ban them
    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — In California, a high school teacher complains that students watch Netflix on their phones during class. In Maryland, a chemistry teacher says students use gambling apps to place bets during the school day.Around the country, educators say students routinely send Snapchat messages in class, listen to music and shop online, among countless other examples of how smartphones distract from teaching and learning.A ninth grader places his cellphone into a phone holder as he
  • Photographer accuses Taylor Swift's dad of punching him in the face

    Photographer accuses Taylor Swift's dad of punching him in the face
    MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — A photographer told police he was punched in the face by Taylor Swift’s father on the Sydney waterfront on Tuesday, hours after the pop star’s Australian tour ended.Ben McDonald said he provided police with a statement alleging that Scott Swift assaulted him at the Neutral Bay Wharf, where the father and daughter had just come ashore from a yacht.This undated self-portrait photo supplied by Ben McDonald, shows Ben McDonald in Sydney, Australia. McDon
  • Fire crews respond to apartment fire in NW OKC

    Fire crews respond to apartment fire in NW OKC
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - Crews from the Oklahoma City Fire Department responded to an apartment fire at Crosswinds Cove Apartments located at Northwest 59th and May.
    Fire officials confirm, the fire started in one unit and spread to the attic with a person able to get to their bedroom and escape using a chain evacuation ladder.
    Crosswinds Cove Apartments located at Northwest 59th and MayBattalion Chief Randy Cornelius says 10 families have been displaced with a projected loss of $150,000 in damage
  • Suspect arrested after welfare check turns into a standoff

    Suspect arrested after welfare check turns into a standoff
    10:03 p.m. - Oklahoma City Police confirm three kids are all safely in police custody.The suspect has been arrested.
    ORIGINAL STORY
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - The Oklahoma Police Department responded to the scene of a possible barricaded suspect with children involved.Police were called to NW 11th and Roff concerning a suspect who had barricaded inside of a home with the suspect's children. OK Senate President condemns lawmaker’s description of LGBTQ+Oklahomans as ‘filth’Oklahoma C
  • OKC Police say suspect arrested, after welfare check turned into a standoff standoff

    OKC Police say suspect arrested, after welfare check turned into a standoff standoff
    10:03 p.m. - Oklahoma City Police confirm three kids are all safely in police custody.The suspect has been arrested.
    ORIGINAL STORY
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - The Oklahoma Police Department responded to the scene of a possible barricaded suspect with children involved.Police were called to NW 11th and Roff concerning a suspect who had barricaded inside of a home with the suspect's children. OK Senate President condemns lawmaker’s description of LGBTQ+Oklahomans as ‘filth’Oklahoma C
  • OKC Police say a welfare check turned into a standoff standoff

    OKC Police say a welfare check turned into a standoff standoff
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - The Oklahoma Police Department responded to the scene of a possible barricaded suspect with children involved.Police were called to NW 11th and Roff concerning a suspect who had barricaded inside of a home with the suspect's children. OK Senate President condemns lawmaker’s description of LGBTQ+Oklahomans as ‘filth’Oklahoma City Police on the scene at Northwest 11th and RoffAuthorities say this began after a welfare check on children who have been absent
  • OK Senate President condemns lawmaker's description of LGBTQ+Oklahomans as 'filth'

    OK Senate President condemns lawmaker's description of LGBTQ+Oklahomans as 'filth'
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR)- During a public forum in Tahlequah, a State Senator referred to the 2SLGBTQ+ community as ‘that filth’ while answering a question on connections between recent legislation and a nonbinary student’s death in Owasso, saying his constituents “don’t want that in the state of Oklahoma,” as recorded by the Tahlequah Daily Press.According to the Tahlequah Daily Press, Cathy Cott asked the panel – consisting of Rep. David Hardin, R-Stilwell
  • Cherokee Nation, State of Oklahoma reach tentative agreement to renew tribal-state tobacco compact

    Cherokee Nation, State of Oklahoma reach tentative agreement to renew tribal-state tobacco compact
    TAHLEQUAH, Okla. (KFOR) - The Cherokee Nation and the State of Oklahoma have reached a tentative agreement to renew a tribal-state compact governing tobacco sales.Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. said on Monday, the proposed agreement reinforces the Cherokee Nation’s longstanding message that collaboration between tribal and state governments is essential and beneficial to all Oklahomans. Stock market today: Wall Street edges back from its record heights“Over the
  • Cherokee Nation, State of Oklahoma reach tentative agreement to renew tobacco compact

    Cherokee Nation, State of Oklahoma reach tentative agreement to renew tobacco compact
    TAHLEQUAH, Okla. (KFOR) - The Cherokee Nation and the State of Oklahoma have reached a tentative agreement to renew a compact governing tobacco sales.Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. said on Monday that the proposed agreement reinforces the Cherokee Nation’s longstanding message that collaboration between tribal and state governments is essential and beneficial to all Oklahomans. Stock market today: Wall Street edges back from its record heights“Over the years, c
  • Fire crews battle fire at a possible homeless encampment

    Fire crews battle fire at a possible homeless encampment
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - McIntyre Law Chopper 4 flew over the scene of a fire at a possible homeless encampment with reports of explosions.
    Pilot Mason Dunn says, the fire was at NE 31st and Santa Fe.Law Chopper 4 over the scene of I-235 & NE 23rdLaw Chopper 4 over the scene of I-235 & NE 23rd
    The investigation is on going.
  • Two teen boys arrested in NE OKC deadly shooting allegedly killing a 19-year-old & injuring two others

    Two teen boys arrested in NE OKC deadly shooting allegedly killing a 19-year-old & injuring two others
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - Oklahoma City Police have an update to Friday’s deadly shooting in Northeast Oklahoma City near a convince store. Two teen boys have been arrested in connection to allegedly killing one and injuring two others. Oklahoma City Police say just before noon on Friday, the two suspects got out of their car and allegedly started shooting at a group of people at Kelly’s Market. Officials are now working to piece everything together.  Detainee found unresponsi
  • Headstone heartache as one family waits nearly two years for headstone

    Headstone heartache as one family waits nearly two years for headstone
    ELK CITY, Okla (KFOR) -- A family near Elk City has been waiting nearly two years for their mother’s headstone to be placed at her gravesite. The end of the waiting though, could soon be coming.
    Right now all that's placed at Jeanenne Morales' grave is a tiny plaque with her name, and her family believes that's not enough to celebrate a mother, grandmother, and friend. 110-year-old woman embodies Black history"She just has a little marker right now and she deserves to be recognized. And I'
  • Wendy's hints at possible 'surge pricing' in the future

    Wendy's hints at possible 'surge pricing' in the future
    TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) -- Fast food giant Wendy's may adopt a "surge-pricing" model similar to that of ride-sharing companies, the company hinted during an earnings call last week.
    During a Feb. 15 investor call, CEO Kirk Tanner said the company plans to spend about $20 million to roll out digital menu boards to all restaurants by the end of 2025.The new menu boards, he says, will allow restaurants to experiment with "surge pricing," meaning customers could pay more for the same items depending on d
  • Attorney for man charged with murder in road rage shooting asks for case to be dismissed

    Attorney for man charged with murder in road rage shooting asks for case to be dismissed
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - The attorney for a man accused of first-degree murder in a reported road rage shooting death has filed a motion to have the case dismissed, under the Stand Your Ground law.Mark Kottka’s attorney, Blake Lynch, filed the motion January 25, 2024 to have the case dismissed, listing reasons why the case calls under the Stand Your Ground law. Superintendent of Oklahoma City Public Schools abruptly resignsThe shooting happened on Main Street in Norman on July 18, 2023. Inve
  • Eagles' Don Henley tells court he never gave away drafts of 'Hotel California' lyrics

    Eagles' Don Henley tells court he never gave away drafts of 'Hotel California' lyrics
    NEW YORK (AP) — Don Henley said Monday that he never gave away handwritten pages of draft lyrics to “Hotel California” and other Eagles hits, calling them “very personal" in testimony that also delved into an ugly but unrelated episode: his 1980 arrest.Henley, the Grammy-winning co-founder of one of the most successful bands in rock history, is prosecutors' star witness in an unusual criminal trial surrounding the lyrics sheets.Henley says they were stolen
  • Police investigate collision involving a pedestrian

    Police investigate collision involving a pedestrian
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - McIntyre Law Chopper 4 flew over the scene of a pedestrian that had been hit by a vehicle at Southwest 41st and Independence.
    McIntyre Law Chopper 4 at Southwest 41st and IndependenceKFOR Pilot Mason Dunn says, police and EMSA are on the scene and allowing Southbound traffic to pass but Northbound may see slight delays.No word on the condition of the pedestrian at this time.
    Motorist are encouraged to find another route until traffic is cleared.
  • Supreme Court grapples with Texas, Florida social media laws

    Supreme Court grapples with Texas, Florida social media laws
    The Supreme Court on Monday appeared conflicted over far-reaching social media laws in Texas and Florida aiming to control how platforms moderate content — particularly ones that are political in nature.The justices invoked everything from how the law could impact the handmade craft online marketplace Etsy, and whether Google-owned Gmail could delete the accounts of Tucker Carlson or Rachel Maddow, in arguments that spanned nearly four hours. The justices signaled unease with handing

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