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  • KFOR NEWS Generic Contest Rules

    KFOR NEWS Generic Contest Rules NO PURCHASE REQUIRED All entrants and Contests winners must be 18 years or older and must, upon request, provide proof of age, be legal residents of the State of Oklahoma. Go to KFOR.com and look the CONTEST drop down. Only one entry per household, per person, per email address, Only one winner per household. KAUT/KFOR, Tribune and sponsor organizations are not responsible for late, lost, illegible, misdirected, misdelivered or incomplete entries. Winners will be chosen […]

  • Rise & Shine / KAUT Generic Contest Rules

    Rise & Shine / KAUT Generic Contest Rules NO PURCHASE REQUIRED All entrants and Contests winners must be 18 years or older and must, upon request, provide proof of age, be legal residents of the State of Oklahoma. Go to Freedom43tv.com and look for the Rise & Shine graphic. Only one entry per household, per person, per email address, Only one winner per household. KAUT/KFOR, Tribune and sponsor organizations are not responsible for late, lost, illegible, misdirected, misdelivered or incomplete […]

  • Junior League honoring vets with wreath laying ceremony

    The Junior League of Oklahoma City and the Oklahoma Daughters of the American Revolution talk about a wreath laying ceremony going on today for Veterans Day.

  • Talkin’ Turkey and How To’s on Rise & Shine

    By now, you have probably bought your frozen turkey. Or if you’re really cool, you’ve bought a fresh one or will be picking one up in the next day or two. Here are a few FAQ’s about making your bird if you are facing this task for the first time. THAWING THE TURKEY – place your turkey in a shallow pan (to catch any liquid) and place it in your refrigerator on the bottom shelf if possible. Allow one day […]

  • Dishin and Dishes with Patrick the Pastry Chef

    Patrick the Pastry Chef was in the Rise and Shine Studios to show-off his pastry skills.

  • POW vets reunited after almost 70 years

    CORPUS CHRISTI, TX — It was an emotional day this past weekend for two World War II heroes who served in the Army. The last time they saw each other was just before they were taken as prisoners by the German army back in 1944. Nearly 70 years later, they share the story of that fateful day. “Bewildered to be here to be truthful with ya. My gracious, I never expected all this. Wow,” said WWII veteran Boyd Engle, who […]

  • Arvest Bank launches ‘One Million Meals’ program

    “One million meals” is an Arvest Bank initiative to fight local hunger in the more than 120 communities we serve. Over the next few months, they will be raising money and collecting nonperishable food items and they need your help. To tell us more about it on the Rise and Shine show is Becky Franklin from Arvest Bank. The “one million meals” initiative begins today and runs through Saturday, November 2nd. You can drop off donations at any Arvest Bank […]

  • Man reunites Purple Heart found at Goodwill with recipient’s family

    A special delivery reunited a Purple Heart medal and the surviving family of its recipient Saturday in Westover, Pennsylvania. The medal was discovered in a Goodwill store in New York. The remarkable find comes nearly seven decades after the recipient of that Purple Heart was killed in the line of duty. It’s not clear how the medal got in a box at the Goodwill store, but it was found by Richard Zuehlke. With the help of Facebook postings and Goodwill, […]

  • ‘Dogs On Deployment’ supports troops by boarding pets

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Military members face many problems during their career. The last problem they want to worry about is what to do with their beloved pet when it is time for them to deploy. Many of these men and women have limited to no options for their pets when they have to go overseas, forcing them to give a family pet to shelters when they have nowhere else to go. Nicholas Shelley and his wife Terissa are both active […]

  • Oklahoma Insurance Department’s Recovery Round-Up

    It`s been nearly 90 days since mother nature with all her fury tore through several Oklahoma towns leaving large scale destruction in her path. We reported last week that contractors rounded up 120,000 thousand tons of debris in just eight weeks. All that storm debris could fill a football stadium and be nearly as tall as the Devon Energy Tower. Joining us today is Kelly Collins with the Oklahoma Insurance Department. The Oklahoma Insurance Department also recently released some staggering […]

  • Made in Oklahoma: MIO Brownie Ice Cream Cake

    Fresh is always better and with so many wonderful made in Oklahoma products, it’s easy to make so many delicious things and help out the economy. Out good friend David Brooks with the Made in Oklahoma Coalition is joining us this morning to make brownie ice cream cake! Ingredients: One package Shawnee Mills Fudge Brownie Mix One-half gallon Hiland Dairy Real Vanilla Ice Cream, softened One cup hot fudge topping Toppings: maraschino cherries, candy sprinkles, miniature chocolate chips Preparation: 1. […]

  • The Drop with Jerry Ramsey

    Time for the drop with Jerry Ramsey! Dropping This Week: “Olympus Has Fallen” Sony Home Entertainment. Also Dropping This Week: “Emperor” Dropping This Week: “The Muppet Movie.” Crash My Party- Luke Bryan. Paracosm – Washed Out

  • OKC Beautiful presents Casino Florale

    Oklahoma City is a beautiful place to live and the group “OKC Beautiful” is working to keep it that way. So they are holding a casino night to raise money for beautification in Oklahoma City. Here to talk about the event is OKC Beautiful Executive Director, Lisa Synar and Chef Kamala Gamble who will be preparing something delicious. Kamala will prepare sundried tomato pesto on top of a goat cheese/cream cheese on a crostini and Peachcrest Farms cantaloupe wrapped in […]

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