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  • Weather risk

    Temps hotter today, severe storms with hail and flooding possible overnight

    Today will be hotter with temperatures in the 80s and 90s under mostly sunny skies. Winds will only reach 10-15 mph out of the south/southeast. A few thunderstorms are possible in northwestern Oklahoma this evening. A few could be severe with large hail and damaging winds. A storm complex in Kansas will drop southeast across our state overnight. Large hail, damaging winds and flash flooding will be possible. The storms should move through the metro around 1 a.m. or 2 […]

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    BLOOPER: Freedom 43 TV goes Jurassic Park, dinosaur invades studio

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Want to walk with the dinosaurs? Your chance is coming up at the Chesapeake Energy Arena.  See what Earth was like 245 million to 65 million years ago. The arena spectacular is coming to Oklahoma City in October. Life-size dinosaurs will make you feel like you are back in Jurassic Park. You can catch the prehistoric creatures in Bricktown Oct. 23 – Oct. 26. TICKETS: Click here to purchase tickets

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    WATCH: ‘Salem’ set gets too real for Lucas Ross

    Lucas sat down with art designer Seth Reed on location of WGN America’s “Salem” and found out about the authentic set pieces and design influence.

  • Seiling students heat up Oklahoma, collect coats for Brad Edwards Warmth 4 Winter

    SEILING, Okla. – A group of students has really outdone themselves this year. Each year the Seiling, Oklahoma, Beta Club takes on the challenge to collect coats to help keep Oklahomans warm through our Brad Edwards Warmth 4 Winter program. This year they have collected dozens of bags full to coats that will go to the Salvation Army to keep our fellow Oklahomans warm. MORE: Find out more about our Brad Edwards Warmth 4 Winter program LOCATIONS: Have coats to […]

  • Looking back at the Tulsa Race Riots during Black History Month

    One of the sad truths about Oklahoma history is the violence and intimidation inflicted on African Americans in our state. We are looking back at the 1921 Tulsa Race Riot in the Greenwood District, which was known as the Black Wall Street of America.

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    Museum displaying artifacts that piece together Oklahoma’s Black History

    We are taking a look at hidden treasures that have helped piece together much of Oklahoma's past during Black History Month.

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    UPDATE: Earthquakes shake Oklahoma awake second morning in a row

    The Oklahoma Geological Survey has confirmed three earthquakes since just before 6 a.m. in Logan County. The OGS states on it’s website the first rumble came through the Guthrie/Jones area at 5:53 a.m.; it was a magnitude 3.4.

  • Looking back: Clara Luper leads Civil Rights movement with sanitation workers

    For Black History Month, we are taking a look back at the Civil Rights movement, particularly, a big strike that changed the sanitation department forever. Oklahoman Clara Luper was the spokesperson for the sanitation workers who were fighting for equal pay, better positions and curbside pickup.

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    Dishin’ and Dishes: Spooky sweets and Halloween treats

    KJ and her daughter Tori helped the crew make spooky goodies for Dishin’ & Dishes. Wednesday they made mummy and ghost pizzas and goblin haystacks.

  • BLOOPER: Lucas Ross gets flu shot on live TV

    The Lucas Ross you all know and love from KFOR-TV’s “Lookout! It’s Lucas” and Freedom 43 TV’s Rise & Shine, took one for the team Wednesday. He is admittedly squeamish when it comes to needles and still chose to raise awareness by getting a flu shot on live TV. Ross makes it through like a champion… more or less.

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    BLOOPER: Photographer shows full moon at ‘crack’ of dawn

    Each week Freedom 43 TV’s Ashley Kringen takes you on adventures around the metro. In Wednesday’s Adventures with Ashley, everyone got a little more than they bargained for from our photographer Mike Rose. Ashley took the camera while Rose demonstrated his wake boarding technique. He showed off a little more than everyone expected.

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    Airmen welcomed home after months in southwest Asia

    MIDWEST CITY, Okla. – More than 20 Reserve Airmen from Tinker’s 507th Air Refueling Wing were welcomed home from a five-month deployment Monday. Families celebrated with hugs and kisses as their crew members returned from southwest Asia. These airmen operate and maintain the KC 135-R Strato-Tanker. Their fleet refuels military and NATO aircraft so the pilots can continue their missions overseas. This group is the second to return from deployment.

  • Mickey Mantle’s stops by Rise and Shine

    Mickey Mantle’s Steakhouse stopped by Rise and Shine just in time for Mother’s Day. They cooked up meals and treats every mother is sure to love.

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