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Moore is located in central Oklahoma, near Oklahoma City. It was founded in 1889. The town was originally referred to as "Verbeck," but was changed to Moore after a man by the name of Al Moore, who lived in a boxcar and had difficulty receiving his mail, painted his last name, Moore, on the side of his boxcar. Railroad employees began referring to the area as Moore, and the name stuck.

Population: 41138
Local Newspapers: Moore American
Local Sports Teams: Oklahoma City Thunder (NBA)
Local Colleges: Platt College

Zip Codes associated with moore, oklahoma: 73160 73170
Towns/Cities near moore, oklahoma : Norman Newcastle Valley Brook Midwest City Del City Smith Village

Moore News
Progress at dilapidated apartments continues despite recent arson fires

Despite three arson fires at the dilapidated Lantana Apartments this year in west Oklahoma City, progress has continued with efforts to redevelop the property. Firefighters are hoping the fires will stop once out-of-state owners complete renovations and people move back into the complex.

Jury chooses death sentence for beheading at Moore food plant

A jury Thursday gave murderer Alton Alexander Nolen a death sentence for beheading a co-worker at a Moore food plant in 2014. Nolen, 33, of Moore, had no reaction as the judge read the verdict, even though he had said repeatedly since his arrest that was the punishment he wanted because of his religious beliefs.

Oklahoma jury recommends the death penalty in beheading case

Thirty-three-year-old Alton Nolen was convicted on Sept. 29 of killing 54-year-old Colleen Hufford and trying to kill another co-worker at a food processing plant in Moore, a suburb of Oklahoma City.

Tulsa First Responders Prepare For Natural Disasters With Search And Rescue Training

The hope is they are never needed, but when natural disasters happen, or someone is lost there's no time to waste. "We have a lot of equipment, a lot of trucks.

Prosecutors at beheading trial putting on evidence to prove murderer a continuing threat to society

Convicted murderer Alton Alexander Nolen told a sheriff's deputy last week, "There's not enough of y'all in the grave," according to testimony at his trial Wednesday. Cleveland County District Judge Lori Walkley allowed jurors to hear the testimony from the sheriff's deputy, over the objections of defense attorneys.

Jurors say man eligible for death penalty in beheading case

Jurors deciding the punishment for a man convicted of beheading a co-worker say he is eligible to receive the death penalty. Jurors in the first-degree murder trial of 33-year-old Alton Nolen ruled Tuesday that he is not "intellectually disabled" and ineligible for the death penalty.

Oklahoma teen accused of taking her baby from foster home

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OKC Police To Hold Active Shooter/Workplace Violence Presentation

The Oklahoma City Police Department is inviting the community to a presentation on how to prepare for an active shooter and/or workplace violence incident. Active shooter and workplace violence incidents are in the forefront of residents' minds after the Moore beheading trial and the Las Vegas shooting.

Amber Alert issued for 4-month-old baby

A 4-month-old baby named Aubriella Ruble is missing and police are looking for the child and her mother. Police said the baby was taken by Sarah Ruble, 17, a noncustodial parent.

New shoes provided to Oklahoma City elementary school students

Hiromi Morales, a prekindergarten student at Wheeler Elementary School in Oklahoma City, gets help trying on shoes Friday from volunteer Dan Hester. About 400 students received a free pair of shoes courtesy of MetroShoe Warehouse.

Commercial real estate transactions from The Oklahoman for Oct. 7, 2017

Mark Patton handled the transaction. a Hoitt Melrose LLC paid $1,550,000 to 857 Traction Ave LP for a 33,916-square-foot industrial property at 7510 Melrose.

Prosecutors to present expert witnesses in penalty phase for Moore...

State prosecutors are expected to present expert witnesses Friday in the penalty phase of trial for a convicted murderer after a brief legal snag. Alton Nolen, 33, is facing the death penalty for beheading his coworker Colleen Hufford inside Vaughan Foods in September 2014.

Oklahoma reserve deputy recovering after suffering injuries in car crash

On Wednesday night, officials with the Pottawatomie County Sheriff's Office say Reserve Deputy Brian Moore swerved to miss two pedestrians who were in the road. "It was a dark road, no lighting, rain, mud," said Pottawatomie County Sheriff Mike Booth.

Donna Kaye Townsend

Donna Kaye Townsend, 63, of Tecumseh, OK, died Saturday, Sept. 30, 2017, at her home.

Moore students raise $30K for hurricane relief

Students at Moore High School did their part by raising $5,157 through several fundraisers, including Hats for Houston, where students paid $1 to wear a hat to school. On Tuesday, members of the senior leadership team presented a check to Moore Public Schools Superintendent Robert Romines.

Penalty phase continues for man convicted of Moore beheading

Alton Nolen, 33, has been convicted of first-degree murder and five assault charges for beheading his former coworker, Colleen Hufford, and stabbing Traci Johnson inside of Vaughan Foods in September 2014. Four of the assault charges were in relation to attacking other coworkers inside the food processing plant when they tried to help Hufford and Johnson.

Jury told admitted killer has 'shut down'

On every day of his jury trial so far, Alton Alexander Nolen has come to court still dressed in orange jail clothes. Nolen, 33, of Moore, is refusing to put on civilian clothes made available to him.

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