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  • 2014 Medieval Fair Road Trip

    Medieval Fair Road Trip

    Spring time is finally here and that means it's almost time for the annual Medieval Fair of Norman. We hope you will make plans to join us in Norman on Friday, April 4th from 10:00am-7:00pm for this once-a-year event that goes back to medieval times.More >>
  • 2014 OKC Auto Show Road Trip

    2014 OKC Auto Show Road Trip

    Join News 9 and Oklahoma City Community College at the 2014 OKC Auto Show March 6-9th. Check out the new cars and trucks plus register for your chance an iPad or even a new car!More >>
  • 2014 Affair Of The Heart Road Trip

    Affair Of The Heart Road Trip

    Start your spring off right with a trip to February's An Affair of the Heart at State Fair Park. Be sure to stop by and see News 9 inside the Cox Pavilion.More >>
  • OKC Home and Garden Show Road Trip

    OKC Home and Garden Show Road Trip

    Spring is right around the corner and we invite you to join News 9's Road Trip at the OKC Home & Garden Show at the Oklahoma City State Fair Park from January 17-19.More >>
  • National Weather Festival Road Trip

    National Weather Festival Road Trip

    Join the News 9 weather team at this year's festival in Norman at the National Weather service for our Road Trip on November 2nd. Tour the building, check out the emergency responder vehicles and enjoy many other fun events for the whole family.More >>
  • Affair Of The Heart Road Trip

    Affair Of The Heart Road Trip

    News 9 is getting crafty for our October Road trip and visiting An Affair of the Heart on Oct. 25 at State Fair Park. We hope you will join us for the fun between 9am-6pm for some of the best shopping around.More >>
  • Oklahoma State Fair Road Trip

    Oklahoma State Fair Road Trip

    News 9 is setting up camp at State Fair Park for the 2013 Oklahoma State Fair and we hope to see you there! Visit us Sept. 12-22 from 10am-8pm at the big red tent just inside gate 1.More >>
  • American Indian Expo Road Trip

    American Indian Expo Road Trip

    Road Trip Oklahoma is hitting the highway to Anadarko on August 23rd for the 82nd Annual American Indian Exposition. Join us for the Native arts and crafts, food and fun at the Caddo County Fairgrounds in Anadarko, OK.More >>
  • OKC Zoo and Science Museum Oklahoma Road Trip

    OKC Zoo and Science Museum Oklahoma Road Trip

    Join Oklahoma's Own News 9 on our Road Trip on Friday July 26th at the OKC Zoo from 9:00am-Noon and Science Museum Oklahoma from 1:00pm-4:00pm.More >>
  • Oklahoma Heritage Museum Road Trip

    Oklahoma Heritage Museum

    News 9's Road Trip is visiting the Oklahoma Heritage Museum this June with a special admission price all day--hope to see you there!More >>
  • Norman Medieval Fair Road Trip

    Norman Medieval Fair Road Trip

    Take a step back in time with News 9 as we road trip to Norman and visit the Medieval Fair. Bring the family and join us on April 5 for the sword slinging, falcon flying medieval fun in Norman-hope to see you there!More >>
  • OKC Auto Show Road Trip

    OKC Auto Show Road Trip

    Join News 9's Road Trip Oklahoma at the OKC Auto Show at State Fair Park March 7th-10th with our special Road Trip day on Friday for your chance to win prizes and meet some of your favorite News 9 anchors.More >>
  • Sam Noble Museum Road Trip

    Sam Noble Museum Road Trip

    Join News 9's Road Trip on February 15th as we explore the Sam Noble Museum of Natural History in Norman.More >>
    Join News 9's Road Trip on February 15th as we explore the Sam Noble Museum of Natural History in Norman.More >>
  • Home and Garden Show Road Trip

    Home and Garden Show Road Trip

    Join News 9 for our first Road Trip of the New Year as we visit the Oklahoma City Home and Garden Show on January 18th and 19th. This year's show has plenty of excellent advice on hundreds of items and services for your home and garden-hope to see you there!More >>
  • Guthrie's Territorial Christmas Road Trip

    Guthrie's Territorial Christmas Road Trip

    Road Trip Oklahoma is taking a step back in time to the 19th century and get to know historic Guthrie through its Territorial Christmas Celebration. Join us for the fun on Friday, Dec. 14th.More >>
  • Road Trip-Giving Back

    Road Trip-Giving Back

    Road Trip Oklahoma is stopping in the metro this month at the Outlet Shoppes at Oklahoma City. Do you part to give back by donating to the Regional Food Bank and also meet News 9 on-air personalities and spin the prize wheel--hope to see you there!More >>
  • Road Trip: Shawnee’s Boo On Bell

    Road Trip Shawnee’s Boo On Bell

    Road Trip Oklahoma is on the move again, this time down I-40 to Shawnee to check out their annual Boo On Bell Fall Family Fun Festival. 
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  • Road Trip: State Fair

    Road Trip: State Fair

    News 9 and Leisure Time RV's Road Trip Oklahoma is headed to one of the most visited places in Oklahoma each year, the Oklahoma State Fair!More >>
  • Road Trip Rivals: Mustang vs. Yukon

    Road Trip Rivals: Mustang vs. Yukon

    News 9 and Leisure Time RV are kicking off the 2012-13 high school football season at one of the biggest rivalries around—Mustang vs. Yukon.More >>
  • Staycation Road Trip

    Staycation Road Trip

    Join News 9 for a unique road trip right in our back yard as we visit the OKC Zoo and Science Museum Oklahoma on Thursday, July 26. Check out some of the state's rare animals and cool off inside Oklahoma's nationally recognized science museum with plenty of activities to keep you occupied for hours.More >>
  • Vance Air Force Base Road Trip

    Vance Air Force Base Road Trip

    News 9 is hitting the highway again to visit one of our favorite places. On June 29th, Road Trip Oklahoma will return to Enid. A flourishing city, Enid is the largest retail centers in the Northwest, serving a customer base of more than 200,000 in Northwest Oklahoma and Southwest Kansas.More >>
  • May Daze Road Trip

    May Daze Road Trip

    The May Daze Festival, first held in 1994, marks the "unofficial start to summer" in Blanchard, and includes karaoke, delicious fair food, shopping, booths filled with everything from art to antiques, a Diaper Derby, live music in a variety of genres, contests, and a carnival. More >>
  • Cushing Road Trip

    Cushing Road Trip

    Cushing, Oklahoma is currently known as the "Pipeline Crossroads of the World," but at its inception in 1841, it was a small agricultural town whose main business was cotton. Founded by a government trader to the Sac and Fox Nation, Cushing was named for the private secretary to the U.S. Postmaster General at the time, Marshall Cushing.More >>
  • Medieval Fair Road Trip

    Medieval Fair Road Trip

    Join Oklahoma's Own News 9 for a different kind of Road Trip as we visit Norman for the Medieval Fair on March 30. In 2012, Road Trip Oklahoma will still be traveling the state to get to know Oklahomans, but we'll also be visiting some of the state's festivals, celebrations, and events. The Fair, held annually since 1977, is now a three-day event held at Reaves Park that is attended by thousands of visitors from all over the state.More >>
  • Wewoka Road Trip

    Wewoka Road Trip

    Oklahoma's Own News 9 is visiting Wewoka on March 16. Named for the Seminole word meaning "barking water," Wewoka was founded in 1866 and serves as the seat of Seminole County and capital of the Seminole Nation. In the mid-1920s, Wewoka boasted an amusement park with an Olympic-sized swimming pool, a carousel, a shooting gallery, and a skating rink.More >>
  • El Reno Road Trip

    El Reno Road Trip

    Road Trip Oklahoma is starting 2012 with a bang. On Friday, January 20, Oklahoma's Own News 9 will be in El Reno, Oklahoma. Originally known as Reno City, the name was changed because of confusion with Reno, Nevada. Currently, the city has a population of over 16,000 people. El Reno is home of the annual Fried Onion Burger Day Festival.More >>
  • Chickasha Road Trip

    Chickasha Road Trip

    Running between Thanksgiving and New Years, Chickasha's Festival of Light has become an award winning display with over 4 million lights. The event brings in approximately 300,000 people and is produced mainly through charitable contributions and volunteer efforts. One of the current major projects underway in Chickasha is the construction of a new Early Education Center, a 20-million dollar job, which is expected to be finished in August 2012.More >>
  • Chandler Road Trip

    Chandler Road Trip

    On September 28, 1891, Chandler, Oklahoma was one of two towns to have its own land run and be established. The city has a population of approximately 2,900 people, with a school system consisting of a pre-kindergarten through second grade elementary, a third grade though sixth grade elementary, a junior high, and a high school. 19 properties in Chandler are listed in the National Register of Historic Places.More >>
  • Yukon Road Trip

    Yukon Road Trip

    With 25 residents, Yukon, Oklahoma was established in 1891 and has since grown into a town of well over 20,000 people. The Yukon Mill and Grain Company, opened in 1893, was the city's largest source of industrial growth. With more than 7,000 students, Yukon's school system currently consists of seven kindergarten through 3rd grade elementary schools, two 4th and 5th grade elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school campus.More >>
  • Tuttle Road Trip

    Tuttle Road Trip

    In 1902, this town was named after local cattleman and rancher, James H. Tuttle. Tuttle is home to the Braum's Dairy farm, which operates for over 280 Braum's Ice Cream and Dairy Stores throughout five states. The Tiger Safari is also located in the city of Tuttle and houses over 100 exotic and domestic animals.More >>
  • Purcell Road Trip

    Purcell Road Trip

    Purcell, Oklahoma is an active city with population near 6,700. Purcell is an outer suburb of Oklahoma City located along the I-35 corridor in the central part of the state on a bluff overlooking the Canadian River. It is also the county seat for McClain County.More >>
  • Shawnee Road Trip

    Shawnee Road Trip

    After the Land Run of 1891, early settlers named their town Shawnee, named after the Shawnee Indian tribe. Starting with a population of approximately 250 in 1892, this town has continued to grow with a current population of over 29,000. Shawnee is home to two private universities, Oklahoma Baptist University and St. Gregory's College.More >>
  • Enid Road Trip

    Enid Road Trip

    Known as the wheat capitol of the United States, Enid is right on the path of the Chisholm Trail and the Great Land Run cross. At a time known as the Golden Age, Enid benefited from the discovery of oil in the 1910s and into WWII. The Enid Symphony Orchestra was founded in 1906 and has been performing since. The importance of the Arts is evident through these performances and the city's annual hosting of the Tri-State Music Festival.More >>
  • Mustang Road Trip

    Mustang Road Trip

    Road Trip Oklahoma continues with a stop in Mustang, Oklahoma. Known as "A city with a vision", Mustang is within one of the fastest growing counties in the state. Mustang was established as a city in 1969 with a population of about 2,600. Today, Mustang boasts a population of more than 17,000. The city has an active community center which includes a public library, aquatic facility, and other recreational activities for families.More >>
  • Moore Road Trip

    Moore Road Trip

    Moore was founded in the 1889 land run. The little town grew steadily for seventy years -- then it exploded in a frenzy of expansion and development. In 1961 approximately 21.6 square miles of additional territory was annexed and Moore became a city in 1962. The decade of the 60's saw Moore's population soar. Moore is now the 7th largest city in Oklahoma.More >>
  • Road Trip News 9 Going Home

    News 9 Going Home

    Oklahoma's News 9 has spent the last several weeks heading back to our Oklahoma homes. We've been to Lawton, Tulsa, and several places in between. We have anchors who have always called Oklahoma home and some who have discovered how great this state is in the last few years. Join Oklahoma's Own News 9 on July 8, as we explore a different side of your favorite anchors.More >>
  • Weatherford Road Trip

    Weatherford Road Trip

    Straight west of the Oklahoma City metro, Weatherford in known for having the longest stretch of "Main Street" on Route 66.  This windy city had been making Oklahoma proud since 1898 and is filled with historic museums, boutique shopping and exceptional activities. The people of Weatherford are constantly improving the town with building projects, as seen by the wind turbine farms that line the landscape. Come explore this historic city on June 24 with Oklahoma's Own News 9.More >>
  • Bethany Road Trip

    Bethany Road Trip

    Oklahoma's Own News 9 is on the move again. Road Trip Oklahoma is pulling into Bethany, Oklahoma on Friday, June 10th. While Bethany is located in the Oklahoma City metro area, it maintains a small town atmosphere. The city, a mere 5.2 square miles, has a rich history and recently celebrated its centennial in 2009.More >>
  • Del City Road Trip

    Del City Road Trip

    The News 9 team is hitting the road to visit the town of Del City on May 13th. As late as 1946, there were only two families living in what is now Del City, Oklahoma. That soon changed after George Epperly bought 160 acre wheat field. Currently, Del City has many long standing family businesses within its city limits. They have a semi-professional football team, a country music hall of fame, and a slot car track.More >>
  • Guthrie Road Trip

    Guthrie Road Trip

    Oklahoma's Own News 9 is taking a trip to Oklahoma's first state capital on April 29th. This landmark of a city has preserved over 2,000 buildings in its 1,400 acre Guthrie Historical District.More >>
  • Stillwater Road Trip

    Stillwater Road Trip

    Stillwater has maintained its small-town feel despite being home to the state's second largest university, Oklahoma State University. Stillwater is the original home of red dirt music, Eskimo Joe's, and the Pistol Pete mascot.More >>
  • Norman Road Trip

    Road Trip

    Norman offers big city opportunities with a small town setting. Also known for being the home to Oklahoma University, game days in Norman bring an exciting atmosphere to the entire community. OU has received recognition for sports and academic accomplishments on a national and global level.More >>

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