"One day at a time" reads the headline in The Oklahoman. The search continues for victims following Monday's tornado in Moore, which has now been confirmed to be an EF-5 with winds more than 200 miles per hour.
At least 20 kids are the among the 51 people dead following destructive winds from a massive tornado that swept through the town of Moore. The Oklahoma Medical Examiner's Office says the official death toll is expected to rise.
Some lucky person walked into a Publix supermarket in Zephyrhills over the past few days and bought a winning ticket now worth an estimated $590 million. The ticket-holder hasn't come forward yet. The store and parking lot were abuzz with activity and TV live trucks.
We'll see the ousted head of the IRS before Congress this morning in the first hearing on extra scrutiny it gave tea party and other conservative groups that applied for tax exempt status.
Saying he's angry, President Obama announces the resignation of Acting IRS Chief Steve Miller. But Republicans in Congress say even more changes are need at the tax agency.
The Justice Department is opening a criminal investigation of the IRS, just as an inspector general report concludes lax management enabled agents to improperly target tea party groups for extra scrutiny when they applied for tax exempt status.
The first hearings on the political scandal will be held this Friday. Congress was not told that tea party groups were being inappropriately targeted by the Internal Revenue Service, even after acting agency Commissioner Steven Miller had been briefed on the matter.
Tiger Woods overcame a double bogey on #14 to win the 40th Players Championship. Tournament Executive Director Matt Rapp tells WOKV they crushed records left, right and sideways.
First-timer Roberto Castro scorched the field with a 9-under 63 in the first round of the 40th Players Championship. In Cleveland, a judge has ordered Ariel Castro held on $8 million bail on rape and kidnapping charges.
The 40th Players Championship tees off with a field of the best golfers in the world. It's going to be warm and sunny for most of the weekend. Parking is free if you have four or more people in your vehicle and you print off a voucher.
House Republicans insist the Obama administration is covering up information about last year's deadly assault on the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya. Today five House committees press ahead with their investigation of the attack.
Fans are welcome this Tuesday at The Players. If you're holding a ticket for Monday it will be honored today at TPC Sawgrass.
The National Weather Service says our three day rain event was a classic "Nor'easter" that dumped several inches of rain. Some areas saw at least 10 inches including St. Augustine. The Black Creek and St. Marys River flooded, causing property damage to the people living near the water.
Bands of moderate to heavy rain will continue to rake across Northeast Florida today. Strong east winds will blow 15-25 mph with higher gusts causing rough seas and surf along with a high rip current risk at area beaches. Because the ground is saturated, trees will be more susceptible than usual to being uprooted.
We're tracking coastal showers and thunderstorms today and, where it rains, it could be really heavy. We have a flood watch in effect through Saturday. It's going to stay pretty cool, too. Only in the mid-70's through Saturday. By the weekend the rain is more scattered.
WOKV is now on 104.5 FM with coverage from Brunswick to Daytona Beach. You told us that if we boosted our power you would listen more often, so we did. Switch your presets to 104.5 FM to hear WOKV static-free everywhere in Northeast Florida.
Thousands of people zoom along I-295 near San Jose in Mandarin every day. The driver of a broken down car discovered two kilos of cocaine on the side of the highway. It's unclear how long the drugs had been there and, obviously, no one is claiming ownership of the drug.
We'll have a chance of thunderstorms each day this week during the afternoon and evening. This afternoon could feature a few strong storms with locally heavy rainfall, gusty winds, and hail.
Time Square was the next target of terror. The 19 year-old Boston Marathon bombing suspect says he and his brother were ready to take their pressure cooker bombs to New York City.
What will the Jaguars do with the 2nd pick in the NFL draft?