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KOCO meteorologist Jonathan Conder shares information about a tornado workshop that is open to anyone who wants to learn more about forecasting severe weather.
High winds will bring very high fire danger across Oklahoma Sunday, gusting from the Northwest over 40 mph.
Enjoy highs in the upper 50s Saturday, but it will be slightly warmer Sunday.
KOCO and our parent company, Hearst, participated in a Recruit Military job fair Thursday.
Enjoy highs in the upper 40s and lower 50s Friday under a sunny sky.
Heavy, wet snow hit parts of Oklahoma early Thursday morning. Burns Flat saw the most, at 9 inches of snow.
Heavy wet snow is possible for far western Oklahoma very early Thursday morning, while other parts of the state may only see light snow or rain.
Friends, family, fellow staff and students said their final goodbyes Tuesday to a beloved teacher who died suddenly.
A person was dismissed from OU's mascot program.
A 43-year-old Norman High School science teacher died Thursday.
Police responded to a call about multiple gunshots being fired Monday in Norman.
A violent crime ended in a standoff with the Norman police and SWAT team.
Norman police said a standoff ended Saturday in the 1900 block of East Lindsey Street.
Even though it will still be warm Sunday, the winds will just as strong, gusting up to 40 mph in some locations.
The Norman Fire Department is responding to a fire at a salon.
Enjoy a mild weekend, even though a weak cold front will pass on Saturday. Sunday will be warmer.
Enjoy highs in the upper 50s and lower 60s for Friday and into the weekend.
Tired of the cold weather? Enjoy highs in the lower 50s on Thursday under a sunny sky and light winds.
A man with special needs was sexually assaulted in a Norman bathroom, and now police are asking for the public’s help in catching the fondler.
Norman residents headed to the polls on Tuesday to decide if the city can raise water rates.