FOX23 News KOKI is serving coverage you can count on for Oklahoma as it happens with our 24/7 news app. Dig deeper on the major news of the day with our live and on-demand videos to keep you plugged in to what’s happening now.
FOX23 News KOKI is your guide to:
Minute-by-minute weather using FOX23’s StormTracker Doppler Radar and 5-day Forecast so you know how the weather will impact you.
Getting where you need to go on time with live drive times in and out of the Tulsa Metro Area.
Direct sports coverage of the Oklahoma City Thunder, University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma State University, and more.
Local news that matters for Tulsa, Osage, Washington, Nowata, Craig, Pawnee, Ottawa, Rogers, Mayes, Delaware, Wagoner, Creek, Cherokee, Adair, Okfuskee, Okmulgee, Muskogee, Sequoya, McIntosh, Haskell, Pittsburg, College, Latimer, Hughes, Chautauqua, and Montgomery counties.
National and world and what it means for you.
Engaging content that you can share easily from the app to Twitter and Facebook.
Get accessible coverage that keeps you up-to-date with FOX23 News.
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We're working hard to make your experience better with each update. This update includes:
- All-new Weather Tab: Enjoy quick access to current conditions, hourly, and the daily forecast right from the bottom navigation.
- Bug fixes and performance improvements
As always we welcome your feedback!
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Love the station
Enjoy reading the news on FOX because the reporters have a better idea of what information the reader wants/needs from the article. FOX does suffer the same issue as all the stations and that is of poor to no proofreading though. Spelling, grammar and quotes inaccurate. For example, a witness quoted as saying “I saw they’re car.” when the witness really said “I saw their car.”.
Serious news or not?
It’s hard as a news reader to take your stories seriously. Here are a couple of reasons. One I’ve always been taught to proof read. There’s almost never a day that goes by that I don’t see something misspelled in one of your stories. It’s embarrassing to see that a business like the news doesn’t take the time to ensure adults are spelling words correctly in news stories that will be readily available to the nation. Two the stories seem to always be the same ones for days at a time. Have your app be as up to date as your TV casting. That’s why consumers have the app is to be able to be up to date when they can’t catch the news times. Three the app seems to be having issues lately like no back button once a story is selected. Instead you have to hit the Fox News icon to go completely back to the main menu. Just another thought have a better selection break down in your menu I.E. sports, traffic, crime, community, political etc. Because consumers like myself only get the app to read what actually matters to me and it would be nice to be able to have that categorized. I’ve considered deleting Fox News as it seems to be more of a social media app as the years go by than a news app. If that’s what I wanted then I would get a Facebook or twitter account and read misspelled irrelevant stories that look like children wrote.
Could be useful, but is not
You do get live local alerts, which is nice. However, a majority of them are advertisements for their news broadcast. Very annoying. And when you actually want to go in app to view something that they tell you about, like live weather reports (very important in Oklahoma), it takes forever to load. But wait, it loads the local ads before the live stream or other video content just fine...yet afterwards...it crashes or takes forever to load. Just a poorly developed/updated app. Wish they would either tell you the information in the notifications it sends out. Cause those would be helpful.
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