• Rural Pottawatomie County couple’s renovation home broken into 7 times in 10 months

    Rural Pottawatomie County couple’s renovation home broken into 7 times in 10 months
    POTTAWATOMIE COUNTY, Okla. (KFOR) - A retired military couple’s home they’re renovating in rural Pottawatomie County near Prague has been broken into seven times in 10 months by thieves who continue to steal from them.The Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s office is investigating what homeowner Paul Stephens said was a promising project for the couple, until it turned into a nightmare.“It costs a lot of money you know,” said Stephens. “You work really hard for
  • Melania Trump error puts Oregon Christmas tree farm in spotlight

    Melania Trump error puts Oregon Christmas tree farm in spotlight
    PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) -- An Oregon Christmas tree farm is getting some unexpected attention after a mistake in a press release from first lady Melania Trump’s office cast a spotlight on their business. According to CNN, the first lady’s office incorrectly said the 2020 White House Christmas tree was coming from a farm in Lebanon, Oregon. A White House communications official corrected the farm and the state Friday, saying the 18.5-foot Fraser fir is in fact coming from Dan and B
  • Sheriff: Florida rapper made music, then killed 2 men in recording studio

    Sheriff: Florida rapper made music, then killed 2 men in recording studio
    TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — A Florida rapper spent an evening recording music in a makeshift studio and then fatally shot two men who were with him, authorities say.Hillsborough County Sheriff Chad Chronister said in a news release that Billy Bennett Adams III, 23, was arrested Saturday on two counts of premeditated first-degree murder with a firearm and one count of armed burglary of a structure.Adams, who records under the name Ace NH, was jailed in Tampa without bail Sunday. It wasn't immediatel
  • Pennsylvania halts alcohol sales in bars, restaurants night before Thanksgiving in response to pandemic

    Pennsylvania halts alcohol sales in bars, restaurants night before Thanksgiving in response to pandemic
    HARRISBURG, Pa. (WBRE/WYOU-TV) — Pennsylvania bars and restaurants will have to stop serving alcohol Wednesday evening, the day before Thanksgiving, as part of the state's new efforts to bring down the COVID-19 case count.Governor Tom Wolf and Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine made the announcement at a news conference Monday.Between 5 p.m. Wednesday and 8 a.m. Thursday, bars and restaurants will not be permitted to serve beer and liquor in the commonwealth.The Pennsylvania Licensed Be
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  • Ghislaine Maxwell in COVID quarantine after prison staffer gets virus

    Ghislaine Maxwell in COVID quarantine after prison staffer gets virus
    NEW YORK — The one-time girlfriend of Jeffrey Epstein has been placed in quarantine at a New York City federal lockup after a staff member there tested positive for the coronavirus. Prosecutors said in a letter to a judge Monday that Ghislaine Maxwell was isolated last Wednesday at the Metropolitan Detention Center as a precaution even though she tested negative. Evidence deadline looms in case of Epstein’s ex-girlfriend
    She will remain in the same cell where she was already housed a
  • OKCPD investigate officer-involved shooting during armed robbery call

    OKCPD investigate officer-involved shooting during armed robbery call
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - Oklahoma City Police are investigating an officer-involved shooting that occurred while officers were responding to an armed robbery Monday evening.Officers were called to the Okie Gas Express on Western and I-240 for an armed robbery just before 7 p.m.It is unknown at this time what escalated the situation.This is a developing story, refresh often for updates.KFOR News Latest Headlines:Ghislaine Maxwell in COVID quarantine after prison staffer gets virus
    OKCPD investigate
  • PHOTOS: Where did it come from? Mysterious monolith discovered in remote area of Utah

    PHOTOS: Where did it come from? Mysterious monolith discovered in remote area of Utah
    UTAH (ABC4) -- A strange discovery in a remote area of Utah has been captivating many over the last few days. The find is so odd that even the Utah Department of Public Safety made a tongue-in-cheek reference to its' otherworldly possibilities.While assisting the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources in a count of bighorn sheep in southeastern Utah, the Utah Department of Public Safety Aero Bureau spotted a metal monolith in a remote area of red rock. Aunt: He thought he was shooting at an “
  • Get paid $2,500 to watch 25 holiday movies in 25 days

    Get paid $2,500 to watch 25 holiday movies in 25 days
    (NEXSTAR) – One website is looking for a lucky movie lover to watch holiday classics this year – all while getting paid.In what may be the ideal pandemic job, the "Chief Holiday Cheermeister" can make $2,500 from the safety and isolation of a living room couch, according to Reviews.org. Not only that, the company will throw in a year's worth of streaming to seven different services.The fortunate candidate will be given the following challenge – to choose and watch 25 holiday mo
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  • OKC etiquette expert says respect is key when turning down or canceling holiday plans

    OKC etiquette expert says respect is key when turning down or canceling holiday plans
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - The surging pandemic and recommendations to stay home this Thanksgiving holiday are prompting some uncomfortable decisions and conversations.
    Experts say whether you’re declining and invitation, canceling plans, or you’re hearing from a loved one that they can’t make it, what’s most important is to show one another respect.“It all boils down to respect, everyone wants to be treated with respect,” said Oklahoma City-based etiquette expert
  • OSU equipment manager allegedly beaten by OU fans attempting to retrieve field goal ball

    OSU equipment manager allegedly beaten by OU fans attempting to retrieve field goal ball
    NORMAN, Okla. (KFOR) - An Oklahoma State University football equipment manager is recovering from a broken rib after allegedly being attacked and beaten by a group of OU fans while trying to retrieve the ball following a field goal at Saturday's Bedlam game."When OSU kicked the ball, all I heard was- they were like, 'let him go, let him go,'” Brennon Bush told News 4. “They were really beating this kid down.”OSU student football equipment manager DJ Kurtenbach wa
  • Volunteers needed to fill boxes for City Rescue Mission Thanksgiving dinner in Oklahoma City

    Volunteers needed to fill boxes for City Rescue Mission Thanksgiving dinner in Oklahoma City
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - The City Rescue Mission is getting creative for its annual Thanksgiving dinner for Oklahomans in need so caring volunteers can help from a distance.They're thinking outside the box and asking you to fill a box!"It was really hard to give this up but we know that it's in the best interest of our clients this year," said Erin Goodin, President and CEO of the City Rescue Mission.Goodin is making that tough call, like so many tough calls this year, to change the 2020 Thanksgiv
  • US agency ascertains Biden as winner, lets transition begin

    US agency ascertains Biden as winner, lets transition begin
    WASHINGTON (AP) — The General Services Administration ascertained Monday that President-elect Joe Biden is the “apparent winner” of the Nov. 3 election, clearing the way for the start of the transition from President Donald Trump’s administration and allowing Biden to coordinate with federal agencies on plans for taking over on Jan. 20.Trump, who had refused to concede the election, said in a tweet that he is directing his team to cooperate on the transition but is vowing
  • Okla. County to begin distributing CARES Act funds to help struggling small businesses

    Okla. County to begin distributing CARES Act funds to help struggling small businesses
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – There is help for struggling businesses and non-profits amid the ongoing pandemic as valuable Cares Act dollars begin to be distributed to those in need in Oklahoma County.In The Village, mom-and-pop businesses like Papa Dios say they are down as much as 80% during the pandemic.“Come COVID, everything has changed- everything has changed,” said Candace Gideo.
    Papa Dios has been around since the late 70s but since the pandemic hit…“It's very di
  • Ken Jennings will be first interim 'Jeopardy!' host

    Ken Jennings will be first interim 'Jeopardy!' host
    NEW YORK (AP) — “Jeopardy!” record-holder Ken Jennings will be the first in a series of interim hosts replacing Alex Trebek when the show resumes production next Monday.Producers announced Monday that Jennings, who won 74 games in a row and claimed the show's “Greatest of All Time” title in a competition last year, will host episodes that air in January.A long-term host for Trebek, who died of cancer on Nov. 8, will be named later.“By bringing in familiar gues
  • Inequality 'baked into' virus testing access as cases surge

    Inequality 'baked into' virus testing access as cases surge
    The day after Amanda Serulneck found out she might have been exposed to COVID-19, she visited a rapid testing center in New Jersey but was turned away because they ran out of tests.She returned at 7 a.m. the next day. After waiting for an hour, officials said they had run out again. On her third try, Serulneck and her friend called several testing centers before driving for an hour to one with availability.Lines for free COVID-19 tests stretch for blocks and hours in cities where people feel the
  • Here's why it's crucial to quarantine for 14 days after COVID-19 exposure

    Here's why it's crucial to quarantine for 14 days after COVID-19 exposure
    DENVER (KDVR) -- As cases of COVID-19 continue to rise across the country, many are still confused by what happens after you're exposed to someone with the coronavirus.
    The Centers for Disease and Prevention says the incubation timeline for COVID-19 is up to 14 days. That means once someone has been exposed, they can test positive any time during that 14 day incubation period.
    The CDC released a graphic explain what that means:Day 0: Kate was exposed to COVID-19Day 5: Kate got tested for COVID-1
  • White House still planning holiday parties, despite virus warnings

    White House still planning holiday parties, despite virus warnings
    WASHINGTON (AP) — All those warnings from public health officials begging Americans to limit gatherings this holiday season amid a surge in coronavirus cases aren't stopping the White House from planning a host of festivities and holiday parties in the midst of a pandemic.Monday's delivery of an 18-and-a-half foot tall Fraser Fir by horse-drawn carriage signaled the kickoff of the usual array of White House holiday events that will include the annual turkey pardon and Christmas and Hanukka
  • Target Black Friday deals: Final week of discounts released

    Target Black Friday deals: Final week of discounts released
    (NEXSTAR) -- Black Friday isn't a day anymore, it's a season. And this year, retailers seem to have blocked off all of November as a time for deals.
    For fans of Target, the month kicked off with a series of high-end electronics. But in this final week, which officially started Sunday, the retailer says toys, kitchen items, electronics and even gaming systems are the priorities.
    “We’re taking a completely new approach to Black Friday, giving guests more flexibility and ensuring they c
  • Website offering "dream job" paying $2,500 to watch 25 holiday movies in 25 days

    Website offering "dream job" paying $2,500 to watch 25 holiday movies in 25 days
    (WIVB) - Ever wish you could get paid to sit around and watch Christmas movies?Reviews.org is offering a "dream job" that pays $2,500 to watch 25 holiday movies in 25 days and fill out post-movie surveys.
    You’ll have to fill out a short post-movie survey (ya know, like, did it give you holiday cheer and that sense of nostalgia that we all love during this time of the year?).The lucky "job recipients" will also get a one-year subscription for seven streaming services.
    Applications are open
  • Michigan certifies Biden win despite Trump's GOP overtures

    Michigan certifies Biden win despite Trump's GOP overtures
    LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan election officials on Monday certified Democrat Joe Biden’s 154,000-vote victory in the state amid President Donald Trump’s brazen attempts to subvert the results of the election.The Board of State Canvassers, which has two Republicans and two Democrats, confirmed the results on a 3-0 vote with one abstention. Allies of Trump and losing GOP Senate candidate John James had urged the panel to delay voting for two weeks to audit votes in heavily Demo
  • Atoka County woman arrested in OSBI investigation of July murder

    Atoka County woman arrested in OSBI investigation of July murder
    ATOKA COUNTY, Okla. (KFOR) – An arrest has been made in the July 2020 murder of a 41-year-old's shooting death in Atoka.
    Curtis James Pines was shot on July 17 at his residence on South Potubby Creek Road in Atoka.
    At approximately 9:30 p.m., the Atoka County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call and when deputies arrived they found Pines dead on the front porch.On Sunday, November 22, deputies from Atoka County arrested 49-year-old Holly Kellogg at her home in the 7600 block of Coffm
  • Could you get the same COVID-19 treatment as Trump? Here's who will qualify

    Could you get the same COVID-19 treatment as Trump? Here's who will qualify
    CHICAGO (WGN) — A new emergency treatment could be on the table if you contract COVID-19, but it won't be an option for everyone. Regeneron's antibody cocktail called "REGEN-COV2" is the same one President Donald Trump received while sick with the coronavirus. It has now been approved by the FDA for emergency use by patients recently diagnosed with the virus. The treatment uses “monoclonal antibodies,” which are basically human antibodies made in a lab and designed to
  • Rules about police wearing masks vary widely across US

    Rules about police wearing masks vary widely across US
    LIBERTY, Mo. (AP) — Although authorities have been encouraging people to wear masks to slow the spread of the coronavirus, many police departments leave it up to officers to decide whether to cover their faces while interacting with the public.Some cities, including Chicago, Los Angeles and New York, require police to wear masks in most situations, but law enforcement officers elsewhere are exempt from such protocols.In Kansas City, Missouri, two speakers at a Police Board of Com
  • Gun-toting congresswoman-elect may carry Glock at Capitol

    Gun-toting congresswoman-elect may carry Glock at Capitol
    WASHINGTON (AP) — A firearms-toting congresswoman-elect who owns a gun-themed restaurant in Rifle, Colorado, has already asked Capitol Police about carrying her weapon on Capitol grounds, her office has acknowledged. If she does so, she apparently won't be alone.The practice is allowed for lawmakers, with some limitations, under decades-old congressional regulations. The public is barred from carrying weapons in the Capitol, its grounds and office buildings.Republican Lauren Boebert,
  • GM to recall 7 million vehicles worldwide to replace Takata air bags

    GM to recall 7 million vehicles worldwide to replace Takata air bags
    DETROIT (AP) — General Motors will recall about 7 million big pickup trucks and SUVs worldwide to replace potentially dangerous Takata air bag inflators.The announcement came Monday after the U.S. government told the automaker it had to recall 6 million of the vehicles in the U.S.GM says it will not fight the decision, even though it believes the vehicles are safe. It will cost the company an estimated $1.2 billion, about one third of its net income so far this year.The automaker had petit
  • As you look for this season’s hottest toys, beware of scams

    As you look for this season’s hottest toys, beware of scams
    (NEXSTAR/WHNT) -- As kids add “must-have” toys to their holiday wish lists, parents should be aware that scammers are using the toys' popularity to bilk them out of their money.
    As you search for this year’s hot picks, such as Star Wars “The Child” Animatronic Edition (aka Baby Yoda) or a realistic toy dog, consider being extra careful about where you buy.How the Scam WorksAs you look for "must-have" toys, you find they are sold out at every store you visit, so you
  • Millions stick to Thanksgiving travel plans despite warnings

    Millions stick to Thanksgiving travel plans despite warnings
    About 1 million Americans a day packed airports and planes over the weekend even as coronavirus deaths surged across the U.S. and public health experts begged people to stay home and avoid big Thanksgiving gatherings.And the crowds are only expected to grow. Next Sunday is likely to be the busiest day of the holiday period.To be sure, the number of people flying for Thanksgiving is down by more than half from last year because of the rapidly worsening outbreak. However, the 3 million who went th
  • Will Rogers World Airport offering tips for Thanksgiving travelers

    Will Rogers World Airport offering tips for Thanksgiving travelers
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - Officials say many travelers will be heading to Will Rogers World Airport in the coming days for the first time since the pandemic began.Authorities stress that masks are required for all airport visitors. Those who refuse can be turned away from boarding a flight or may be asked to leave.To avoid issues, visitors should bring several face coverings with them. Those who don’t have a mask can request one at their airline ticket counter, departure gate or purchase mask
  • Oklahoma releases initial plan for vaccine release

    Oklahoma releases initial plan for vaccine release
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - While countries continue to grapple with the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, there is hope in the form of several vaccines that have done well in testing.Pfizer says that more interim results from its ongoing coronavirus vaccine study suggest the shots are 95% effective and that the vaccine protects older people most at risk of dying from COVID-19. Pfizer: COVID-19 shot 95% effective, seeking clearance soonModerna said its vaccine appears to be 94.5% effective, accord
  • Tennessee mayor waits on Holy Spirit's guidance before ordering mask mandate

    Tennessee mayor waits on Holy Spirit's guidance before ordering mask mandate
    LINCOLN COUNTY, Tenn. (WHNT) -- As health experts warn about a holiday surge in coronavirus cases, a Tennessee mayor said he is holding off on ordering a mask mandate until the Holy Spirit guides him to do so."I do believe masking helps prevent the spread of it, but I don't feel I should mandate people wearing masks at this time," Lincoln County Mayor Bill Newman said. "The Holy Spirit dwells within us. When I pray for guidance, I may not know the answer immediately."The county of 34,000 residen
  • Man leaves $3,000 tip for a single beer as Cleveland restaurant closes for virus

    Man leaves $3,000 tip for a single beer as Cleveland restaurant closes for virus
    CLEVELAND (AP) — A customer left a $3,000 tip for a single beer as a restaurant voluntarily closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic.The man walked in Sunday, ordered the beer and asked for the check, which came to $7.02, Nighttown owner Brendan Ring wrote on Facebook.Ring said the man wished him well and told him to share the tip with the four employees who were working brunch service.As the man walked out, Ring wrote, he looked down at the tip and “realized he left a whopping $
  • Oklahoma City Fire Department hits level red in staffing; nearly 100 firefighters out because of COVID-19

    Oklahoma City Fire Department hits level red in staffing; nearly 100 firefighters out because of COVID-19
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - The Oklahoma City Fire Department hit level red this week.
    In all, about 10 percent of firefighters are out because of the pandemic.Level red means there are at least 25 firefighters in a shift who are in quarantine or 50 across all three shifts.As of Thursday, there were 91 firefighters in quarantine and 23 positive cases."We’ll get through this. We understand this is a challenging time right now," Battalion Chief Benny Fulkerson said.There are changes in place to m
  • Small group rallies at Capitol steps wanting children back in classrooms

    Small group rallies at Capitol steps wanting children back in classrooms
    OKLAHOMA CITY — A small group of parents rallied at the Oklahoma Capitol steps Monday morning.
    They say parents should have the right to send their kids to in--person schooling if that is what is best for their family.
    On the south steps, Parent Voice, a parents advocate group based in Owasso were trying to get their voices heard accoding to them.
    The State Department of Education tweeted out over 800 Oklahoma school children were positive for COVID-19 over the weekend.Those high numbers h
  • It's the season of giving ... just make sure you don't get duped

    It's the season of giving ... just make sure you don't get duped
    ARKANSAS (KNWA/KFTA) — In 2019, Americans lost millions of dollars through several scams, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation's (FBI) Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3).
    This year, the FBI has ways consumers can remain vigilant against falling for schemes set up by criminals.Here are three tips on avoiding getting "scammed"Online Shopping Scams: Keep clear of websites that offer unrealistic discounts on brand-name merchandise. Scammers often prey on Black Friday and Cy
  • Hooked: Two college freshmen ditch school, go on nationwide fishing trip

    Hooked: Two college freshmen ditch school, go on nationwide fishing trip
    DES MOINES, Iowa (WHO) -- A pair of best friends from Virginia are traveling the country fishing for each state's official fish.
    Luke Konson and Daniel Balserak are living out of their parents' van while they drive from state to state."I guess it will be a good grandpa story or something like that," says Balserak. "It's pretty crazy, and I'll definitely remember it for a long time."
    The 19-year-old and childhood friend 18-year-old Konson decided to crisscross the country this summer after the pa
  • Here are the 3 legal cases Trump may have to face once he's no longer president

    Here are the 3 legal cases Trump may have to face once he's no longer president
    WASHINGTON, D.C. (KXAN/NBC News) --Pres. Donald Trump has still yet to concede to president-elect Joe Biden nearly three weeks after the 2020 Presidential Election.Despite the president's 74-elector and 6 million popular vote deficit to Biden, the Trump campaign continues pursuing legal actions regarding unproven claims of voter fraud.
    As these challenges fumble in court and states certify election results, the likelihood that Trump's presidency is near its end seems greater -- but what happens
  • 15 members of north Texas family get COVID-19 after small birthday party

    15 members of north Texas family get COVID-19 after small birthday party
    ARLINGTON, Texas (KXAN) -- A November 1 birthday party is having some longer term effects for one family in Arlington.Alexa Aragonez, 26, tells the Fort Worth Star-Telegram that her family discussed their concerns before the party and decided they'd been careful enough.While she didn't attend, she dropped off her 57-year-old mom at the party: which included 11 other guests, including one pregnant cousin and four children.A few days later, Alexa's mom Enriqueta began feeling sick, took a test and
  • 'Wipeout' contestant dies after finishing obstacle course

    'Wipeout' contestant dies after finishing obstacle course
    (KXAN/CNN) -- Earlier this week, a contestant on TBS' game show "Wipeout" died hours after completing an obstacle course, according to CNN.Sources close to production tell CNN the man received on-site emergency medical attention, but later died. The sources say "Wipeout" contestants must complete physical examinations before entering the competition -- and were tested for COVID-19 this year.In a statement, the show's production company, Endemol Shine North America said: "We offer our heartfelt c
  • New Mexico state trooper chases down man who shot her in the hands during traffic stop

    New Mexico state trooper chases down man who shot her in the hands during traffic stop
    LAGUNA, N.M. (KRQE) - It was a traffic stop-turned-shootout in Laguna, New Mexico when a State Police officer was ambushed as she walked up to the passenger side window and was shot in the hands.Newly-released police footage gives a better idea of what led to the Sept. 12 shooting and how Officer Sharron Duran eventually tracked down the suspect while she was wounded.Video shows Duran didn't even reach the passenger window before three shots rang out from the pickup truck she had stopped. Duran
  • 15-year-old girl who beat cancer last summer dies of COVID-19

    15-year-old girl who beat cancer last summer dies of COVID-19
    BALLARD COUNTY, Ky. (WFLA) -- A Kentucky county is mourning the loss of Alexa Rose Veit, a girl with a fighting spirit who recently died of coronavirus. The 15-year-old born with specials needs was diagnosed with leukemia in July 2019 and, just weeks later, went into remission.Ballard County emergency officials say Alexa was at school on Oct. 26 and wasn’t feeling well, so her mother came to get her and took her to have a routine COVID-19 test due to a planned procedure in the next few day
  • Missouri health official steps down after her family threatened over coronavirus measures

    Missouri health official steps down after her family threatened over coronavirus measures
    ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY, Mo. (KTVI) -- A Missouri county health director has left her job because of threats she says she received over measures put in place to curb the coronavirus pandemic, including a mask mandate."I have received emails, you know, with someone claiming that a group of people in the community are watching me and following me, and if I make decisions that they don't like that there will be retaliation," said Amber Elliott, who had been the St. Francois County health director
  • Oklahoma's COVID-19 cases jump by 3,500

    Oklahoma's COVID-19 cases jump by 3,500
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Health officials say the number of new COVID-19 infections in Oklahoma has climbed by more than 3,500.On Monday, data from the Oklahoma State Department of Health shows that the state has had 177,874 confirmed cases of COVID-19 since March.That’s an increase of 3,544 cases, or a 2% increase.There were 15 additional deaths caused by the virus, bringing the state’s total number of deaths to 1,649.A medical worker takes a swab sample from a woman i
  • Stranger donates $1,000 to family of hit-and-run victim after KFOR story

    Stranger donates $1,000 to family of hit-and-run victim after KFOR story
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - An anonymous donor helped a family with funeral expenses after a KFOR story aired last week.49-year-old Percilla Cheadle was killed in a hit-and-run on Nov. 4 when she was crossing the street at Melrose and Rockwell.KFOR interviewed her daughter, Leeanna Pannell, last week. Daughter seeks justice after mother is killed in hit-and-run“You all took the life out of my mother. I don’t have my mama no more. This is the lady who raised me. My support system. I lost m
  • Home for the Holidays Photos: Show off your holiday lights and decorations with KFOR!

    Home for the Holidays Photos: Show off your holiday lights and decorations with KFOR!
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) — We want to see your decorations!
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  • Survey: Majority of Oklahomans plan to stay home for Thanksgiving

    Survey: Majority of Oklahomans plan to stay home for Thanksgiving
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - As the coronavirus pandemic continues to impact communities across the globe, researchers say most Oklahomans will be staying home for the Thanksgiving holiday.A new survey by AAA Oklahoma indicates that a large majority of Oklahoma residents will not be traveling for the Thanksgiving holiday.
    Also, 34% of those staying home say they are doing so because of COVID-19 concerns.“Given the recent surge in COVID-19 and the strong urging of public health officials for ever
  • Local musicians struggling amid COVID-19 pandemic

    Local musicians struggling amid COVID-19 pandemic
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Most local musicians have taken a huge financial hit during the COVID-19 pandemic and some are now concerned about new restrictions in Oklahoma.Just last week, Gov. Kevin Stitt implemented a mandate that bars and restaurants must close at 11 p.m.This comes as COVID-19 cases and deaths continue to skyrocket in our state.Now some musicians who were already scraping by don't know where to turn. “Now is the time to do more,” Gov. Stitt implements new COVID-19
  • Local ministry providing Thanksgiving meals to those in need

    Local ministry providing Thanksgiving meals to those in need
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - A local ministry is finding a way to give back year after year to the community.The North Highland Neighborhood Outreach Ministry and Everlasting Faith Ministry gave away entire Thanksgiving dinners to the community on Saturday.
    Organizers say they have been doing this for about 14 years.Members of the church donated everything from whole turkeys to all of the staples needed for those delicious side dishes."They're getting a full dinner, from the turkey down to the cake,"
  • White House Christmas Tree arrival, presidential turkeys kick off holiday traditions in DC

    White House Christmas Tree arrival, presidential turkeys kick off holiday traditions in DC
    WASHINGTON (NewsNation Now) — It's a big day for holiday traditions in the nation's capital.
    The official White House Christmas Tree and this year's presidential turkeys were being presented in Washington, D.C. on Monday.The tree was brought to the White House on a horse-drawn carriage and presented to first lady Melania Trump at 12 p.m. EST.It's the 55th year that the National Christmas Tree Association has presented an official Christmas tree to the White House. The holiday tradition beg
  • LIVE: White House Christmas Tree arrival kicks off holiday traditions in DC

    LIVE: White House Christmas Tree arrival kicks off holiday traditions in DC
    WASHINGTON (NewsNation Now) — It's a big day for holiday traditions in the nation's capital.
    The official White House Christmas Tree and this year's presidential turkeys are being presented in Washington, D.C. on Monday.The tree will be brought to the White House on a horse-drawn carriage and presented to first lady Melania Trump at 12 p.m. EST.It's the 55th year that the National Christmas Tree Association has presented an official Christmas tree to the White House. The holiday tradition
  • Holiday traditions underway in DC today: White House Christmas Tree, presidential turkeys

    Holiday traditions underway in DC today: White House Christmas Tree, presidential turkeys
    WASHINGTON (NewsNation Now) — It's a big day for holiday traditions in the nation's capital.
    The official White House Christmas Tree and this year's presidential turkeys are being presented in Washington, D.C. on Monday.The tree will be brought to the White House on a horse-drawn carriage and presented to first lady Melania Trump at 12 p.m. EST.It's the 55th year that the National Christmas Tree Association has presented an official Christmas tree to the White House. The holiday tradition

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