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Myriad Gardens merry-go-round is ready for customers

It was sunset and, even with Shakespeare at the Park performing at the water stage, Myriad Gardens was fairly quiet with just a...

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Art teacher named state's best educator

Becky Oglesby, 30, teaches prekindergarten through third grade at Ranchwood Elementary School, where she is known as the...

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Former president of OKC Pride charged with embezzling from nonprofit

The former president of OKC Pride was charged Tuesday with felony embezzlement, accused of stealing thousands of dollars from...

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Heating ducts hiding asbestos?

Heating ducts hiding asbestos?

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Paul Bianchina, Crawlspace vapor barrier is important protection for your home

Paul Bianchina: Crawlspace vapor barrier is important protection for your home.

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Hydraulic fluid spill causes traffic tie-up Tuesday in northwest Oklahoma City

Northbound traffic on N MacArthur Boulevard is shut down Tuesday due to a hydraulic fluid spill.

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OKC man arrested, accused of kidnapping and robbing men met through dating app

A 31-year-old man was arrested Sunday after police said he was involved in kidnapping and robbing several men by luring them...

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Four teens arrested, accused of school shooting threats

Four teens were arrested Monday afternoon, accused of threatening to kill the principal and shoot up the school. Sergio...

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Man on motorized wheelchair killed early Tuesday in southeast Oklahoma City

A man using a motorized wheelchair in southeast Oklahoma City early Tuesday was struck by a vehicle and killed.

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Airman found dead Monday at Altus Air Force Base

An airman was found dead Monday in a home at Altus Air Force Base, base authorities reported.

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Adopt a pet: Oklahoma City-area pet adoption options

Adopt a pet: Oklahoma City-area pet adoption options.

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Clara Luper. Katherine Johnson. Ida B. Wells. Jocelyn Bell Burnell. Each woman pursued radical changes in society or groundbreaking science that contributed...

Michelle Millben shared stories of some remarkable women in a rousing address at the first OK-WISE conference at the Embassy...

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OKC City Manager Jim Couch's retirement coincides with start of new era

The announcement by Jim Couch on Monday that he is set to retire doesn't just mark the end of a record stint as city manager,...

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Jim Couch, OKC's longest city manager, to retire in January

Jim Couch will retire in January after 18 years as city manager of Oklahoma City, saying Monday the time is right to open...

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Cleveland County training focuses on emotions, attitudes

The Cleveland County sheriff’s office is going back to school this month as everyone from Sheriff Todd Gibson to other staff...

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Deep Deuce restaurant Urban Johnnie closes its doors

Downtown sports bar and restaurant, Urban Johnnie, closed Monday. The restaurant at 121 NE 2 in Deep Deuce announced its...

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Police released the identity of Friday night shooting victim in El Reno

Police Monday released the name of a shooting victim who died in El Reno Friday night. A man was arrested in connection with...

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Man arrested after reportedly setting up former teacher for robbery

A man was arrested Sunday night after reportedly setting his former teacher up for a robbery last month. Reginald Willis...

Three local teens to paddle in Europe for Team USA

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When they started paddling on the Oklahoma River half a dozen years ago, local high schoolers Colin McMullen, Camden Sexton, and Gus Cook probably didn’t weigh more than 150 pounds — together. The three were so small they were in a constant battle...

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Jim Couch to retire in January after 18 years as Oklahoma City's city manager

Couch was instrumental in negotiating the 2016 water settlement among tribes, the city and state that governs management of...

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Woman arrested on child neglect complaint

A woman who was arrested Friday on a child neglect complaint reportedly had meth in her roach-infested apartment. Amanda Diane...

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Rescuers from Oklahoma continue Monday to assist in flooding from Hurricane Florence in North Carolina

Rescuers from Oklahoma on Monday are continuing to assist in North Carolina rescue efforts.

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Jim Couch announces retirement as city manager of Oklahoma City

Jim Couch, the longest serving city manager in Oklahoma City history, is announcing his retirement this morning to the...

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#OKC Civic Life is a weekly look at Oklahoma City civic news.

William Crum: #OKC Civic Life is a weekly look at Oklahoma City civic news.

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Billboard dispute roils Hefner Parkway neighbors

Hearts for Hearing filed papers Sept. 4 in Oklahoma County District Court to block its neighbor, Our Lord's Community Church,...

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Music makes them wiggle

Families descended on the Myriad Botanical Gardens on Sunday for the Wiggle Out Loud family music festival presented by The...

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OKC lost a good man today

Six months. Ask yourselves, what would you do with six months if that was all you had left? That is pretty much what banker...

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Documenting animals — one frame at a time

More than a dozen years ago photographer Joel Sartore started the Photo Ark project to capture the images of more than 14,000...

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UCO graduate looks at how heroines are depicted in comic books

UCO graduate wants grade-schoolers to learn about heroines in comic books

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Healthy Schools Oklahoma seeks to improve results in classroom

"We have a lot of teachers that will schedule a lab session and then go take their spelling tests," said Dana Chambers, ABL...

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Cutie Pies takes top prize

The Great Taste of a Fair contest was conducted Wednesday, and the overall winner went to the Watermelon Pie from Cutie Pies...

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Helen Ford Wallace: Parties, Etc. for Sunday, Sept. 16, 2018

Kick-Off Party, Birthdays, Reunion, Patron Event

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Students in Oklahoma City 'do the right thing' after finding cash

"They did the right thing for the right reason when nobody was looking. It shows great character and integrity and that's what...

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Oklahoma business briefs for Sept. 15

Oklahoma business briefs for Sept. 15.

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The Oklahoman's house plan for Sept. 15, 2018, the Suncrest

The Oklahoman's house plan for Sept. 15, 2018, the Suncrest.

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University of Oklahoma professor Jizhong Zhou is the recipient of the 2019 American Society for Microbiology Award for...

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OKC Central Commentary: Autonomous vehicles, MAPS and more

OKC Central Commentary: Autonomous vehicles, MAPS and more

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Oklahoma City building permits from The Oklahoman for Sept. 15, 2018

Oklahoma City building permits from The Oklahoman for Sept. 15, 2018.

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Panel of alcohol and drug counselors to speak during meeting of Edmond chapter of Parents Helping Parents

A panel of alcohol and drug counselors will speak during the upcoming meeting of the Edmond chapter of Parents Helping Parents.

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Meetings, workshops and events for OKC's garden enthusiasts

Meetings, workshops and events for OKC's garden enthusiasts.

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Parade of Homes Hit Parade

The Parade of Homes Fall Classic, presented by the Central Oklahoma Home Builders Association, continues Saturday and Sunday...

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OKC mayor's gift kick-starts MAPS 3 park endowment drive

Dropping for a moment his persona as a public figure, Mayor David Holt on Friday created a living legacy to his parents with...

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Price Tower commons charrette, garden tour, Plaza District Festival, real estate briefs from The Oklahoman for Sept. 15, 2018

Price Tower commons charrette, garden tour, Plaza District Festival, real estate briefs from The Oklahoman for Sept. 15, 2018.

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The Oklahoman's Listing of the Week for Sept. 15, 2018

The Oklahoman's Listing of the Week for Sept. 15, 2018.

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Oklahoma River to get a tree makeover

A mostly barren 3.5-mile stretch of the Oklahoma River south of downtown is set to get an influx of 1,000 trees, patches of...

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Hairstylists from Edmond's Hello Love close shop, cut hair for homeless

Hairstylists from Hello Love in Edmond spent Tuesday cutting hair for the homeless at the Jesus House in Oklahoma City.

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Should Realtors' ethics violations be available to the public?

Should Realtors' ethics violations be available to the public?

Oklahoma Baptists weigh in on beleaguered seminary leader

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Oklahomans are among those weighing in for and against Southwest Baptist Theological President Paige Patterson, a prominent and influential Southern Baptist Convention leader who is currently embroiled in controversy surrounding past remarks he...

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Marni Jameson, Great design takes center court at U.S. Open

Marni Jameson: Great design takes center court at U.S. Open

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Rains don't dampen Parade of Homes Fall Classic

Homebuilder Prinston Wilson plans to take notes while in Seattle How do builders build when it rains so much?

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Heritage Hills home tour set for Oct. 13-14

Heritage Hills home tour set for Oct. 13-14.

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How to attract beautiful songbirds to your backyard

By taking a few simple measures, you can give birds an incentive to visit your backyard.

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Fall is the best time to plant most trees and shrubs

Fall is the best time to plant most trees and shrubs

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Arcadia couple riding with co-op driven to preserve Arizona Route 66 icon

New Route 66 Co-Op, formed to buy and preserve the Painted Desert Trading Post in eastern Arizona, peels out with a $20,000...

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BMX Racing League sessions help riders learn the sport

BMX Racing League sessions offer new families and riders an opportunity to learn how the sport works.

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Casady students engage in volunteerism at local schools, living centers

Casady School's Upper Division students spent Tuesday giving back to The Village through various volunteer activities at...

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Couples celebrating 50 years or more of marriage.

Anniversaries for Saturday, Sept. 15, 2018.

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Commercial real estate transactions from The Oklahoman for Sept. 15, 2018

Commercial real estate transactions from The Oklahoman for Sept. 15, 2018.

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Oklahoma County property sales from The Oklahoman for Sept. 15, 2018

Oklahoma County property sales from The Oklahoman for Sept. 15, 2018.

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Gov. Fallin dispatching more crews to help in Florence response efforts

Gov. Mary Fallin on Friday announced more crews are being dispatched to assist with Tropical Storm Florence response efforts.

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Interviews: Former Chainsaw Kittens frontman Tyson Meade to play his first children's songs at OKC's Wiggle Out Loud family festival

An outdoor active lifestyles event as well as a music festival for families, the sixth annual Wiggle Out Loud gets back into...

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Bricktown building to house software company bringing 150 jobs to OKC

Rural Sourcing, a software development company with no presence in Oklahoma, is set to open an office employing 150 people at...

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Person shot Friday in NW OKC

A person was taken to a local hospital after being shot Friday in northwest Oklahoma City, police said.

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OKC man arrested, accused of threatening to blow up woman’s home

A 53-year-old Oklahoma City man was arrested Thursday after police said he threatened to blow up a woman’s home after she...

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Police searching for burglars who took nearly $1,500 in goods from OKC CBD shop

Police are searching for two people they said stole nearly $1,500 worth of goods from a southwest Oklahoma City CBD shop.

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Vicous dog to be put down after woman's pet killed in The Village, judge orders

A judge in The Village has ordered a vicious dog be euthanized.

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Oklahoma City comics creator Jerry Bennett named Skirvin Hotel's 2018-19 artist in residence

Jerry Bennett, an accomplished comic and pop culture artist, will work in the historic downtown Oklahoma City hotel's studio...

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Hulbert woman dies Thursday in Cherokee County collision

A Hulbert woman died Thursday in a Cherokee County collision.

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Recap: OKC Central chat with Steve Lackmeyer

The Oklahoman's Steve Lackmeyer chatted with readers about downtown OKC issues Friday. Read a full transcript of the chat below.

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Autonomous vehicles to bring groceries to OKC residents

A partnership between local Buy For Less brand grocery stores, which includes Uptown Grocery Co., and San Francisco-based Udelv...

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Q&A with Jack L. Werner: Meeting Fortified home standard can save on insurance

Q&A with Jack L. Werner: Meeting Fortified home standard can save on insurance

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Plugging In: Oklahoma energy briefs for Sept. 14

Plugging In: Oklahoma energy briefs for Sept. 14.

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Oklahoma State Fair offers wild encounters

Clad in scuba gear, a man swims closer and closer to a live shark. Hundreds of feet away, a woman cracks a whip as a horse...

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U.S. becomes world's largest oil producer

The United States likely has become the world's largest crude oil producer, earlier this year outpacing Russia and Saudi...

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Oklahoma's electric utilities prepare for emerging technology

Oklahoma's electric utilities must be flexible as they work with changing consumer and industry behaviors, industry leaders...

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Downtown Steel

Infill development is continuing to move forward with two Midtown office buildings rising from the ground. As I drive along...

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Confluence Conference set for Sept. 20-21

The digital marketing Confluence Conference will return to Oklahoma City next week, relocating this year to the restored Tower...

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Authorities release names of two Oklahoma prison inmates who died at McAlester

The state Department of Corrections released names Thursday of two inmates who died at McAlester on Wednesday.

Three Oklahoma women underwent lobotomies. What happened to them?

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More than 60 years ago, doctors in Oklahoma City tried out what they thought could be a new standard of care for patients who were nearing death from uncontrolled diarrhea. They drilled holes in their heads and used an ice pick to cut into their...

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OU weather team sets up radar truck Thursday in North Carolina as Hurricane Florence neared

A team of meteorologists from the University of Oklahoma took data Thursday near Hurricane Florence.

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Man wounded in shooting was wanted on robbery warrant

A man who was wounded in a shooting Tuesday night was also wanted on a robbery warrant, police reported. About 10:15 p.m....

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Burglary suspect accused of shooting BB gun at police

A man reportedly fired a BB gun at a police officer who was responding to a burglary call Wednesday afternoon. Steven Wayne...

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Woman goes to park to fight, gets car stolen

A woman who went to a northwest Oklahoma City park for a fist fight had her car stolen by a bystander while she was scrapping....

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Sunny Thursday, high near 86 degrees in Oklahoma City

High temperature Thursday near 86 degrees in Oklahoma City

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Let the games begin: State Fair returns to Oklahoma City

Neal Petersen has attended the Oklahoma State Fair since before he can remember, and for years he's tried to ride every ride....

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Work to resume this fall at Gold Dome in Oklahoma City

Work is set to resume on the Gold Dome in Oklahoma City this fall as developer Jonathan Russell attempts to reverse damage done...

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Walk to benefit kids with apraxia of speech

The 2018 Oklahoma City Walk for Apraxia event will be held Sept. 29 at the South Lakes Event Center to benefit children with...

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Oklahoma Achievers: Will Brantley to lead recruitment for OBU Graduate College

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Four people dead in separate crashes Tuesday and Wednesday

Four people have died in separate state crashes, authorities reported

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Teen bicyclist hit by car, driver flees

A 14-year-old boy is hospitalized being hit by a car while riding a bike Wednesday afternoon, police said. The driver left the...

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Man reportedly kidnapped by two he met at party

Travis Chance Cadena, 18, and Donta House, 27, were arrested on complaints of kidnapping and assault and battery. Cadena was...

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Accused copper thieves arrested

A man and woman were arrested early Tuesday, accused of stealing copper. Jeremy Scott Weldon, 48, and Angela McCalister, 53,...

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Oklahoma helicopter team leaves Wednesday for Hurricane Florence

An Oklahoma search and rescue helicopter team left Oklahoma City Wednesday morning for Hurricane Florence and will be stationed...

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Man struck and killed by vehicle early Wednesday in northwest Oklahoma City

Police reported a man was struck by a vehicle on Northwest Expressway early Wednesday and was killed. He was pronounced dead at...

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OU School of Music presents Cantus in concert Thursday

The University of Oklahoma School of Music will present Cantus in concert at 8 p.m. Thursday in Sharp Concert Hall of Catlett...

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Artwork to cover streets at 3 Classen-10-Penn intersections in Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City is taking an unprecedented step in bringing public art to neighborhoods with a series of murals to be painted on...

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Animal advocates plan October conference

The 2018 Animal Conference is planned Oct. 22-23 at the Skirvin-Hilton Hotel.

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Oklahoma City experiences increase in unsheltered homelessness

Each night, hundreds of people sleep under bridges, on city streets and in homeless encampments across Oklahoma City. Although...

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National awards program seeks Oklahoma's top youth volunteers of 2019

Students may apply through Nov. 6 to be considered for The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards, which recognizes Oklahoma's...

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Down Syndrome Festival & 5K planned Sept. 29 at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark

The Down Syndrome Association of Central Oklahoma will host its 24th annual Down Syndrome Festival & 5K at the Chickasaw...

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Nichols Hills youth earns Eagle Scout rank

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Reunions: Oklahoma high school reunion listings

Reunions: Oklahoma high school reunion listings

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Genealogy meeting to delve into DNA testing

An update on DNA and genealogy will be the focus of the Edmond Genealogical Society's Sept. 17 meeting.

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Whole Foods delivery available in OKC

Whole Foods Market has launched grocery delivery in Oklahoma City, its parent company Amazon said.

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OKC permits a hindrance, scooter companies say

Set scooters free. That was the message company representatives carried to the Oklahoma City Council in a public hearing...

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Student essays could win D.C. trip

Students who enter an essay contest focusing on the Second Amendment could win the opportunity to attend a weeklong citizenship...

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Heartland headquarters incentives deal advances in Oklahoma City Council

The Oklahoma City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to allow city staff to finalize incentive agreements that would provide $1...

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Flower Power Market set for Friday

STASH’s pop-up shopping event will return to downtown Norman on Sept. 14.

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As probably too many of my co-workers here at The Oklahoman can tell you, I bleed purple. In a newsroom and state where the favored college colors tend to crimson and cream or orange and black, that can make a fella feel, well, let's just say...

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Fatal collision reported Tuesday in Sequoyah County near Lake Tenkiller

Fatal collision reported Tuesday afternoon near Lake Tenkiller.

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Attempted burglary reported at Wilshire Gun

Two people wearing hockey masks attempted to break into Wilshire Gun using rocks Saturday afternoon. About 12:50 a.m. Saturday,...

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Oklahoma City police officer shoots, wounds man with gun Monday night in northwest OKC

An Oklahoma City police officer shot and wounded a man with a gun Monday night in northwest OKC.

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All lanes reopen after two trucks overturned Tuesday on Interstate 35 in south Oklahoma City

The northbound lanes of Interstate 35 are reopened near SE 89 Tuesday after a pickup and a dump truck overturned in southeast...

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Midwest City police release name of woman dead in Sunday homicide

Police in Midwest City are investigating the death of Cynthia Griffin, 53, who was found dead Sunday evening at a home.

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Foggy morning Tuesday, then a high temperature near 81 degrees in Oklahoma City

The high temperature Tuesday in Oklahoma City will be near 81 degrees.

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Adopt a pet: Oklahoma City-area pet adoption options

Adopt a pet: Oklahoma City-area pet adoption options.

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Edmond school district OKs new tennis center design

A new design has been approved in an ongoing effort to build a multimillion dollar tennis center in Edmond.

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Lower part of downtown OKC park designed for play

Setting an easy pace is central to plans for the lower section of the MAPS 3 park.

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Annual OKC Navy Days to recognize Navy presence

The 13th annual OKC Navy Days will recognize the presence and investment of the U.S. Navy in Greater Oklahoma City. Special...

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OKC sales tax revenue tops projections

July, August, September. The months keep adding up as Oklahoma City sales tax collections outperform projections. The primary...

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Coalition to End Poverty to hear presentations from Jubilee Partners and Arnall Family Foundation

Services for children and families will be featured at the next Coalition to End Poverty meeting at 9:30 a.m. Thursday WestTown...

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Film Row property not for sale, despite what tweets claim

The social media account some associate with The Paramount along Film Row indicates tenants are being emptied out and the...

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OKC school board approves calendar changes

Students will return to the classroom in mid-August and end before Memorial Day, while taking one-week breaks in October, at...

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SandRidge Energy directors reject all offers to buy the company

SandRidge Energy Inc. directors have rejected all offers to buy all or part of the company and are instead considering buying...

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Train accident severs UCO football player's foot

UCO football player loses foot in accident early Sunday under train in Oklahoma City.

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Oklahoma City Museum of Art switches to winter hours this week

The Oklahoma City Museum of Art, 415 Couch Drive, is switching to winter hours this week, following Sunday's closing of its...

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Man dies Sunday of gunshot wound in Oklahoma City homicide case

Police are investigating the death of a man from a gunshot wound as a homicide in Oklahoma City.

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First OKC VegFest draws larger than expected crowds

Approximately 4,000 attendees came out for food, resources, yoga and exercise demonstrations and lifestyle presentations.

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20-40-60 Etiquette: Ditched at dinner

QUESTION: I went out to dinner with my friend and was looking forward to being together. After we sat down, she saw some people...

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#OKC Boxscore for Monday, Sept. 10, 2018.

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Q&A with Deemah Ramadan: Interior designer finds niche in commercial construction business

Q&A with Deemah Ramadan: Interior designer finds niche in commercial construction business

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'Oklahoma!' celebrated Saturday during Septemberfest

Featuring more than 60 events and demonstrations, the 22nd annual Septemberfest was held Satruday at the Oklahoma History...

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Uptown revival in Oklahoma City continues with new infill construction

Misha Goli is now a second-generation Dunkin' Donuts franchisee and is opening his ninth store at NW 23 and Hudson Avenue in...

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Walk held Saturday in Oklahoma to raise awareness, funds for suicide prevention

Cloudy, damp weather didn't discourage hundreds of people from coming to Lake Hefner on Saturday morning to celebrate the lives...

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Commercial Real Estate Summit, Heritage Hills Home Tour set, other real estate briefs from The Oklahoman for Sept. 8, 2018

Commercial Real Estate Summit, Heritage Hills Home Tour set, other real estate briefs from The Oklahoman for Sept. 8, 2018.

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Kenneth R. Harney, Hope is on the horizon for homebuyers in gig economy

Hope is on the horizon for homebuyers in gig economy

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Science Museum Oklahoma offers new options for children with sensory sensitivities

Families with children who have sensory processing disorders now have new options available at Science Museum Oklahoma.

How long will former state senator spend in federal prison for sexual encounter with teenager at Moore hotel?

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Former state Sen. Ralph Shortey will be sentenced Monday in Oklahoma City federal court for child sex trafficking.

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Couples celebrating 50 years or more of marriage.

Anniversaries for Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018.

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The Oklahoman's house plan for Sept. 8, 2018, the Bristol

The Oklahoman's house plan for Sept. 8, 2018, the Bristol.

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Meetings, workshops and events for OKC's garden enthusiasts

Meetings, workshops and events for OKC's garden enthusiasts.

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Barry Stone, Garage door opener has no safety reverse

Barry Stone: Garage door opener has no safety reverse.

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What would Roger Miller say? HUD snuffs out smoking in public housing

But smoking has become another sin — social or otherwise — that only those of some wealth and privilege can enjoy.

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Theater to feature wartime radio show

The Edmond Historical Society and Museum will present '1940s Radio Comedy Theater: Fibber McGee’s World War II Scrap Drive' at...

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Oklahoma City building permits from The Oklahoman for Sept. 8, 2018

Oklahoma City building permits from The Oklahoman for Sept. 8, 2018.

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City to end eminent domain for downtown boulevard connection to Bricktown

The Oklahoma City Council is set to decide Tuesday whether to drop its eminent domain effort to acquire a parking lot to...

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Heard on Hurd to celebrate food truck community

Citizens Bank of Edmond’s Heard on Hurd will be from 6 to 10 p.m. Sept. 15 at the intersection of Broadway and Hurd in downtown...

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Help your garden fall into order

In Oklahoma, this is the month we start to transition into fall and we start getting our trees, shrubs and lawn ready for winter.

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Marni Jameson, 7 ways to make travel-inspired decor look at home

Marni Jameson: 7 ways to make travel-inspired decor look at home

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Weeding out the most toxic kinds of vegetation

Weeding out the most toxic kinds of vegetation

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The Oklahoman's Listing of the Week for Sept. 8, 2018

The Oklahoman's Listing of the Week for Sept. 8, 2018.

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Three agents join Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Anderson Properties

Three agents join Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Anderson Properties.

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Families invited to celebrate Fiestas Patrias at Wiley Post Park

The community is invited to celebrate Mexican Independence Day, “Fiestas Patrias,” from 1 to 10 p.m. Sept. 16 at Wiley Post...

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No illusion, Mirage Homes takes spotlight in Parade of Homes Fall Classic

The Parade of Homes Fall Classic, presented by the Central Oklahoma Home Builders Association, continues through Sept. 16 with...

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BancFirst closes deal to buy OKC's second-tallest building

The 36-story building formerly known as Cotter Ranch Tower is back in local ownership after 14 troubled years of control by the...

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Project 3810, product-based business incubator in OKC

Project 3810, an Oklahoma Department of Commerce-certified business incubator, is an unusual model offering not just offices...

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Oklahoma County property sales from The Oklahoman for Sept. 8, 2018

Oklahoma County property sales from The Oklahoman for Sept. 8, 2018

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Joe Exotic, former Oklahoma gubernatorial candidate, indicted, accused in murder-for-hire plot

Former Oklahoma gubernatorial candidate "Joe Exotic" has been indicted on two counts of hiring a person to commit murder,...

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Commercial real state transactions from The Oklahoman for Sept. 8, 2018

Commercial real state transactions from The Oklahoman for Sept. 8, 2018.

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Interstate 44 eastbound shut down Friday due to overturned tractor-trailer near Classen Boulevard in northwest OKC

All lanes of eastbound Interstate 44 at Classen Boulevard are closed due to a wreck, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported.

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Flash flood warnings Friday issued for Grady and Canadian counties in central Oklahoma

Flash flood warnings have expired Friday for parts of Grady and Canadian counties.

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Alva man died Thursday in Woods County head-on collision

An Alva man died Thursday in a Woods County head-on collision.

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How to make life easier when flying out of OKC

Will Rogers World Airport and the TSA will host a Pre-Check enrollment event this month.

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Oklahoma contestants aim for brass ring of singing 'Idol'

Hundreds of people were packed inside and out of the 21C Museum Hotel, 900 W Main St., on Thursday morning for a shot at...

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Commuters catch another break; OKC Boulevard now open to Hudson

Downtown Oklahoma City commuters are getting more relief. The Oklahoma City Boulevard between Robinson and Hudson avenues...

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Oil industry focuses on high technology

Representatives from oil and natural gas companies throughout Oklahoma and Texas met at Oklahoma City's Energy Innovation...

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Technology gains highlighted in CEO presentations

While the executives were giving their presentations in New York, representatives from energy firms through the state and...

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It takes brains to sell a house

When logic fails to get across the value of high-performance homes, it falls to emotion to communicate, says Gord Cooke, a...

Executive Q&A with Timothy Pehrson: Integris Health welcomes new president, chief

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Executive Q&A with Timothy Pehrson: Integris Health welcomes new president, chief

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Winter coat donations still being accepted

Last year's Coat-A-Kid effort resulted in the purchase of 7,000 coats for underprivileged students. Bluesource, a vendor housed...

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MAPS 3 park's lower section to include soccer field, basketball courts

Plans for the lower section of the MAPS 3 downtown park are coming into focus. The more intensively developed upper park opens...

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Pursuit tops speeds of 130 mph Thursday, driver crashes in west Oklahoma City, shots fired, police report

A pursuit topped speeds of 130 mph Thursday in west Oklahoma City. Shots were fired during the pursuit.

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Chesapeake, former SandRidge CEO settle lawsuit claiming firms conspired on lease payments

Chesapeake Energy Corp. and former SandRidge Energy Inc. CEO Tom L. Ward have agreed to pay $6.95 million to settle an...

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One person shot in SW OKC Thursday afternoon

One person was shot at an apartment complex Thursday afternoon, police said.

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OKC police investigating reported machete attack

A man was hospitalized Thursday morning after claiming he was attacked by someone wielding a machete.

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Argument over liquor, money leads to OKC woman being caned Wednesday

An argument over a bottle of liquor and money led to a woman being taken to a hospital after she was attacked with a cane...

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What to do in Oklahoma on Sept. 6, 2018: Check out the opening reception for Janet O'Neal's 'One Thousand Tears' at Artspace at Untitled

Check out the opening reception for "One Thousand Tears," an exhibition by Santa Fe, New Mexio-based artist Janet O'Neal, from...

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Flash flood warning Thursday morning for Carter County, more rain expected in OKC

A flash flood warning has been issued for eastern Carter County Thursday morning.

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Seamstresses to show their skills, creativity

Sewing enthusiasts will show their skill and creativity when they bring their "fabric swap" creations to their September meeting.

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Catholic archdiocese launches new website

The Archdiocese of Oklahoma City on Wednesday launched a new website to better serve Catholics and parishes in central and...

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Oklahoma business briefs for Sept. 6

Oklahoma business briefs for Sept. 6

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Meeting to discuss Oklahoma Ice Age site

A remote Ice Age archaeological site will be discussed at 7 p.m. Thursday when the Oklahoma City chapter of the Oklahoma...

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Gypsy Twang to play at Arcadia Round Barn

Gypsy Twang will be the special musical guest during the Sept. 9 Arcadia Round Barn Rendezvous.

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Revving up their day

Car lovers brought their vehicles for fellow auto fans to admire on Saturday during the Coffee and Cars OKC event at Northpark...

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Cross-country team receives running shoes

More than 25 Harding Charter Preparatory High School cross-country team members were sized and outfitted with their own pair of...

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Guardsmen attend commemorative World War I event in France

Soldiers from the Oklahoma Army National Guard participated in a World War I Centennial Commemoration in Northern France.

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A rapid Labor Day weekend

Water excitement was found Labor Day weekend at Riversport Adventures in the Boathouse District in Oklahoma City.

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Oklahoma Building Summit builds up trade expo

In addition to seeing about 70 exhibits, on Thursday builders and others will hear experts on sales, marketing and customer...

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OKC National Memorial among top 25 U.S. museums

The travel planning and booking site TripAdvisor today announced the 2018 Travelers’ Choice Awards for Museums, celebrating...

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Oklahoma City Boulevard open from Gaylord to Hudson; a break for commuters

The new road is opening in stages but lots of construction headaches will continue through mid-2019.

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Former Oklahoma County jailer accused of sexual contact with inmate

A former Oklahoma County jailer is accused of having sexual contact with a female inmate this summer. Wolf Safko, 22, was...

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OKC police searching for man in wheelchair who stole package

Oklahoma City police are asking for the public’s help in identifying man seen stealing a package from the porch of a northwest...

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Man found dead in street was shot in back, struck by car early Wednesday in northeast Oklahoma City

A man was found shot in the back and lying in the street dead Wednesday after he was also struck by a car in northeast Oklahoma...

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Rainy, cooler weather Wednesday and through rest of week in Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City weather will be rainy and cooler Wednesday and through the rest of the week.

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Optometric association director to speak Sept. 10 on ballot measure changes to vision care

Joel Robison, executive director of the Oklahoma Association of Optometric Physicians, will speak to the Canadian County...

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Reunions: Oklahoma high school reunion listings

Reunions: Oklahoma high school reunion listings

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107-year-old OKC woman recognized by Centenarians of Oklahoma

On Thursday, 107-year-old Hazel Bason was inducted into the Oklahoma Centenarian Club, becoming one of it's oldest members.

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University of Central Oklahoma professor Kelly Baker honored with 2018 Outstanding Early Childhood Teacher Educator Award.

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Open house celebrates 20 years for Hearing Helpers Room

An open house is planned Friday to celebrate Hearing Helpers Room's 20th anniversary.

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I turned seven in 1968, the youngest of four, but old enough to remember the dinner table disagreements that sometimes grew heated. My dad, a combat veteran of World War II, at that point, still supported America's involvement in Vietnam. My...

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Accused carjacker shot in northwest Oklahoma City

A man accused of stealing a car was shot by its owner during the carjacking. Bradley Wood, 44, was taken to OU Medical Center...

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Oklahoma native Parker Millsap playing free outdoor show in downtown OKC

Acclaimed Americana singer-songwriter and native Oklahoman Parker Millsap will play a free home-state show Sept. 29 at the...

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Owasso man dies Monday in Mayes County collision

Owasso man dies Monday in Mayes County collision, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported.

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Oklahoma City police chief proposes reduction in penalties for marijuana possession

The price you pay for being caught with a pocketful of marijuana could be going down. The Oklahoma City Council will hold a...

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Angel Tree program needs volunteer Spanish translators

Volunteer Spanish translators are needed to assist with The Salvation Army's Angel Tree Christmas assistance program this year.

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Adopt a pet: Oklahoma City-area pet adoption options

Adopt a pet: Oklahoma City-area pet adoption options.

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Oklahoma American Cancer Society hosts Cattle Baron’s Ball Sept. 15

The Oklahoma American Cancer Society will host the 16th annual Cattle Baron’s Ball at 6 p.m. Sept. 15 at the Historic Farmer’s...

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OKC's Free Landfill Day opportunity to dump the junk

Oklahoma City residents can get rid of excess junk or landscape waste during Saturday’s Free Landfill Day.

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Medical coding gives hope for Canadian Valley Technology Center graduate

A medical coding program at Canadian Valley Technology Center has inspired one graduate to choose a path toward becoming a doctor.

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Decisions to close schools will come after public input, OKCPS chief says

Superintendent Sean McDaniel addressed closures at the Aug. 27 school board meeting, telling members that schools will be...

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Inmates charged in jail death deny involvement, claim fellow inmate died from medical disorder

Jurors in a murder trial over a jail death are being asked to decide which of four inmates, if any, are to blame or whether the...

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Couples celebrating 50 years or more of marriage.

Anniversaries for Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2018.

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OKC Zoo's flamingo chick is turning heads

The Oklahoma City Zoo has been experimenting with partially parent-rearing its newborn flamingo chicks, rather than raising...

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#OKC Boxscore for Monday, Sept. 3, 2018

William Crum: #OKC Boxscore is weekly summary of Oklahoma City civic news.

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Oklahoma City district students miss the mark on state exams

Approximately 16,807 Oklahoma City students in grades three through eight were assessed shortly after returning to the...

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OKC's gang landscape has changed, but problem persists

A decade ago, a nationally broadcast TV show profiled gang life in Oklahoma City, an existence where members of two rival...

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An eyesore on Classen is set to disappear

Over the past few months the former Phillips 66 station at NW 17 and Classen has fallen into disrepair, overgrown with weeds...

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Season preview: OKC's Carpenter Square Theatre marks 35th anniversary with lineup of contemporary plays

Carpenter Square will explore the full range of human emotions – from romance and humor to heartbreak and suspense – with the...

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Driving force: Transportation network for seniors seeks volunteers

The Independent Transportation Network of Central Oklahoma is seeking volunteers to help the nonprofit continue to offer safe...

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OKC Central Chat: Film Row going through growing pains in Oklahoma City

OKC Central Chat: Film Row going through growing pains in Oklahoma City

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Sunflowers, The garden's late-summer stars

Sunflowers: The garden's late-summer stars.

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Kenneth R. Harney: Lower credit scores, higher debt ratios opening opportunities for new homebuyers

Kenneth R. Harney: Lower credit scores, higher debt ratios opening opportunities for new homebuyers.

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Julia Laughlin, Dividing, multiplying your iris and daylilies

Julia Laughlin: Dividing, multiplying your iris and daylilies

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Y'all come to the 29th annual Pathmaker Awards Gala

The Pathmaker Awards Gala, the biggest fundraiser for the Oklahoma City/County Historical Society, will be like none that came...

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Meetings, workshops and events for OKC's garden enthusiasts

Meetings, workshops and events for OKC's garden enthusiasts.

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Survey reveals high job satisfaction among blue-collar workers

A new poll of blue-collar workers in America conducted by The Harris Poll reveals a high rate of job satisfaction, but a bleak...

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Urban Air landing, St. Jude winner, free landfill day, real estate briefs from The Oklahoman for Sept. 1, 2018

Real Estate Notes: Real estate briefs from The Oklahoman for Sept. 1, 2018

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Oklahoma City building permits from The Oklahoman for Sept. 1, 2018

Oklahoma City building permits from The Oklahoman for Sept. 1, 2018.

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Construction topics frame Building Summit

"Fortified Home" construction, "lean building," and high-performance homes are among the topics to be explored.

American Indian babies in Oklahoma face developing-world danger level

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American Indian babies born in Oklahoma have only a slightly better chance of reaching their first birthday than infants in Libya, where an ongoing civil war has disrupted health services in much of the country.

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Parade of Homes spotlight to shine on once-remote stretch of NW 150

Deer Creek Village is among several neighborhoods and 100-plus new homes to be featured Sept. 8-16 in the Parade of Homes Fall...

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Barry Stone: Leaking washer floods house

Barry Stone: Leaking washer floods house.

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Marni Jameson: Last kid, first apartment calls for soft landing

Marni Jameson: Last kid, first apartment calls for soft landing.

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The Oklahoman's Listing of the Week for Sept. 1, 2018

The Oklahoman's Listing of the Week for Sept. 1, 2018.

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Trump's HUD emphasizes Section 3 jobs, training

Regional HUD administrator spreads the word about the jobs and training requirements of the 1968 Housing and Urban Development...

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The Oklahoman's house plan for Sept. 1, 2018, the Heartcrest

The Oklahoman's house plan for Sept. 1, 2018, the Heartcrest.

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Mesta Festa set for Sept. 23

Mesta Festa set for Sept. 23

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Heritage Hills bike tour set

Heritage Hills bike tour set.

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Every now and then, a year comes along to remind us how the Hotter’N Hell Hundred got its name

In true Texas fashion, the Hotter’N Hell Hundred bicycle ride in Wichita Falls is full of grandeur and pride, touting its...

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Oklahoma County property sales from The Oklahoman for Sept. 1, 2018

Oklahoma County property sales from The Oklahoman for Sept. 1, 2018.

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Person in critical condition in Friday wreck along Broadway Extension

One person is hospitalized in critical condition after a Friday afternoon wreck along Interstate 235, police said.

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Celebration: Oklahoma Jail & Prison Ministries Appreciation Banquet

The Oklahoma Jail & Prison Ministries is hosting their appreciation banquet in September. Here's what you need to know.

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Dance party: First annual Hangar Dance in Yukon

Salute the legacy of women pilots by dancing the night away at the first annual Hangar Dance!

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Sulphur woman, passenger, killed Sunday in Murray County collision

A Sulphur woman and her passenger died Sunday in a Murray County, Oklahoma collision.

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Man wounded Friday in apartment complex shooting

Police are investigating a northwest Oklahoma City shooting that injured a man early Friday morning. A 22-year-old man was shot...

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OKC Central Chat transcript, August 31, 2018

You can join Steve's Q&A's on Fridays at 9:30 a.m. and submit your questions about the happenings in and around downtown...

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Do you have what it takes to drive OKC's new streetcars?

Sixteen people are training to pilot the city's new streetcars

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Former Lincoln Plaza blighted, set to be declared abandoned

The owner of the former Lincoln Plaza, once the city’s power center but now blighted, is promising to start renovations by...

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Second scooter company rolls into Oklahoma City

Lime-S scooters joined the ranks of rentable electric scooters alongside Bird Rides Inc. in Oklahoma City.

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Committee recommends $2.3 million TIF financing for Heartland headquarters in Oklahoma City

A $2.3 million allocation from the city’s increment financing fund for construction of a seven-story headquarters on Automobile...

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Can't top this

A new belfry, steeple and cross topper were recently installed atop the bell tower at Eighth Street Church of the Nazarene, 701...

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Authorities investigating Wednesday death at Oklahoma County jail

A 41-year-old man died in the Oklahoma County jail Wednesday night.

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Trump endorses Kevin Stitt for Oklahoma governor

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — President Donald Trump is weighing in on Oklahoma's governor's race, giving his "complete and total...

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Extra patrols Labor Day weekend in Norman, Lake Eufaula for impaired drivers

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported plans for extra patrols to enforce driving under the influence at Lake Eufaula Saturday...

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Crews shut off gas leak Thursday near Rosary School in northwest Oklahoma City

A school was evacuated due to a gas line that was cut Thursday morning. Crews shut off the leak about 10:35 a.m., according to...

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Sunny, hot weather Thursday in Oklahoma City through Labor Day

Sunny, hot weather Thursday in Oklahoma City. Temperatures will be warm through Labor Day.

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Police searched for people who fled from crash scene Thursday in southwest Oklahoma City

Police were looking for several people who fled from a crash Thursday in southwest Oklahoma City.

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A good prescription for fun

Gather a team of five costumed health workers, a hospital bed and a racing lane and you have the formula for Integris' fifth...

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Seats still available for black towns tour, blues festival

A few spots remain on the bus for Saturday’s Historic Black Towns Tour to the Rentiesville Dusk Til Dawn Blues Festival.

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Marijuana-industry retailer expanding into Oklahoma

Denver-based GrowGeneration Corp. on Wednesday announced plans for an Oklahoma City warehouse and product showroom to support...

Nine being assisted through 'commutation campaign' advance to stage two

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Thirty-two individuals who are being assisted through a "commutation campaign" led by Oklahomans for Criminal Justice Reform have advanced to the second stage of review. The Pardon and Parole Board voted to advance 23 individuals last month. The...

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Credible reports of past child sexual abuse by local priests to be made public by Oklahoma City archdiocese.

The Archdiocese of Oklahoma City plans to publicly release two reports in the near future that will disclose all credible...

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Edmond's Slide Outta Summer event offers children water fun

Waterslides, DJ music and food trucks were provided for children to enjoy a refreshing afternoon of fun on Saturday in Mitch...

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Guides needed for fishing derby for children with disabilities

Fishing guides are still needed for the 17th annual CAST for Kids Fishing Derby set for Sept. 15 at Lake Thunderbird.

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Team wins Bishop McGuinness trivia challenge; proceeds benefit scholarship fund

The Bishop McGuinness Commons was overflowing Saturday night as almost 400 alums, parents and guests attended the 12th annual...

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More than 30 Oklahoma teachers attended the Colonial Williamsburg Teacher Institute in Virginia.

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Shawnee police arrest man Wednesday in connection with Monday night shooting death

Shawnee police Wednesday made an arrest in connection with a Shawnee shooting death.

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Lawton water line break Wednesday affects water usage at private prison

A water line break in Lawton will affect usage at the private prison.

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Chance for rain Wednesday in central Oklahoma

There is a chance for rain Wednesday in central Oklahoma.

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Vegging out is in

Plant-based lifestyles will be celebrated as the nationwide VegFest makes its first appearance in Oklahoma City on Sept. 8.

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Costumed dogs and owners attend Remington Bark event

Remington Park opened the gates to a different four-legged race on Saturday as canines and their owners attended the racing...

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Reunions: Oklahoma high school reunion listings

Reunions: Oklahoma high school reunion listings

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Two college of nursing faculty members have been named fellows of the Gerontological Society of America.

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Canadian County Free Fair offers 'Fun for All'

The Canadian County Free Fair provided four days of pie judging, competitive roping, 4-H exhibits, and carnival rides and games.

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Home-sharing rules to get closer look

Airbnb hosts found themselves on the defensive Tuesday as the Oklahoma City Council began an in-depth review of regulations for...

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Gasoline prices expected to slide this fall

Consumers likely will pay less for gasoline this fall as prices drop on lower demand and less-expensive winter fuels, according...

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Runoff is set for Nov. 6 for Oklahoma City Ward 7 seat.

Radio personality Nikki Nice and former Church of the Harvest senior pastor Kirk Pankratz will meet in a runoff Nov. 6 as...

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Schools chief wins GOP runoff election

State schools chief Joy Hofmeister wins GOP runoff and thanks Oklahoma voters for their support, and promised to work...

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Blumert wins Democratic nomination for Oklahoma County District 1 commissioner

Blumert wins Democratic nomination for Oklahoma County District 1 commissioner

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OKC schools: Air conditioning issues fixed at Grant

"Thankfully, the AC challenges at U.S. Grant seem to be improving," Oklahoma City Public Schools spokeswoman Beth Harrison said...

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OKC police looking for masked vape thief wearing Deer Creek hoodie

Police are searching for a man they said walked into a northwest Oklahoma City convenience store and robbed a clerk of a vape...

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Homicide reported in Choctaw Tuesday

Police in Choctaw are investigating a homicide Tuesday.

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OKC man accused of severely beating another man who slept with his ex-girlfriend

A man will need reconstructive surgery after police said he was severely beaten by another man who found him in his...

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Man dead after Tuesday crash while fleeing OKC police

A 45-year-old man died Tuesday morning after crashing a motorcycle he was driving while fleeing from Oklahoma City police...

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Bartlesville man dies Monday night in Osage County crash

A Bartlesville man died Monday night in an Osage County crash.

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Hot, windy weather ahead Tuesday in Oklahoma City

Hot, windy weather is ahead Tuesday in Oklahoma City, the National Weather Service reported

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Questions emerge on Bricktown hotel building spree

The once-booming hotel market in Bricktown is showing signs of hitting turbulence as a handful of previously announced...

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Couples celebrating 50 years or more of marriage.

Anniversaries for Tuesday, Aug. 28, 2018.

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Blues festival, rodeo and more planned Labor Day weekend in Arcadia

A blues festival, parade, street dance and two nights of rodeo action will keep the town of Arcadia lively during Labor Day...

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Adopt a pet: Oklahoma City-area pet adoption options

Adopt a pet: Oklahoma City-area pet adoption options.

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Paddle sports trade show brings wave of products to Oklahoma City

River sport and other outdoor enthusiasts on Monday gathered at the Oklahoma River's Boathouse District and the Riversport...

Dream lab becomes reality

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Engineering majors at Oklahoma State University are applying concepts learned in the classroom and exploring their own ideas in the newest building on campus. Endeavor is four stories of laboratories and state-of-the-art technology that invite...

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OKC man gets 35 years in prison for fatally stabbing girlfriend

An Oklahoma City man was sentenced Monday to 35 years in prison for fatally stabbing his girlfriend last year. Manuel Cruz, 26,...

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Road rage incident on Interstate 40 in Oklahoma City results in shooting

A passenger in a pickup was wounded by gunfire early Sunday when the driver of the vehicle and another man were involved in a...

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Man attempts convenience robbery with fake grenade

A man tried to rob a northeast Oklahoma City convenience store using a fake grenade Saturday morning.

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Police arrest 15-year-old boy in Friday night shooting death of man in northwest Oklahoma City

Police made an arrest Saturday in the Friday night shooting death of a man in northwest Oklahoma City

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Tulsa man drowns Sunday in Fort Gibson Lake

A Tulsa man drowned Sunday in Fort Gibson Lake in Cherokee County, Oklahoma.

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Man hospitalized in critical condition after Sunday shooting, no arrests reported

Police are investigating a Sunday night shooting in Oklahoma City that left a man in critical condition.

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Sunny, hot and windy Monday in Oklahoma City

The heat index Monday will be near 101 degrees in Oklahoma City, the National Weather Service reported.

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Some patients at OKC Indian Clinic may have gotten ineffective vaccine

A refrigerator unit malfunctioned over Memorial Day weekend, dropping vials containing vaccines against HPV, polio and...

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The Archivist: Two men and the legacy they left in OKC

One hundred years ago, a partnership ended, but not before the partners had left their mark on Oklahoma City. In June 1918, the...

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Voters to select among Ward 7 candidates

Only two of eight candidates for the Ward 7 Oklahoma City Council seat met the last pre-election deadline for filing campaign...

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20-40-60 Etiquette: Suit yourself

QUESTION: Is it OK to wear a nice menswear suit for church services? CALLIE'S ANSWER: Of course! It's always acceptable to be...

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#OKC Boxscore for Monday, Aug. 27, 2018

William Crum: #OKC Boxscore is a weekly summary of Oklahoma City civic news.

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Local Black Lives Leader says movement has evolved

Black Lives Matter marks five years, OKC group remains active

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When Chelsee Lewis Wilson was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer in May she considered keeping it to herself.

Nausea, fatigue and insomnia — side effects of treatment — are constant companions. When Lewis Wilson can't sleep she catches...