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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
In wake of scandals, sexual harassment training at Oklahoma Capitol gets new emphasis

Recent high-profile allegations of misconduct by legislators have put an increased emphasis on sexual harassment training at the Capitol. Dan Kirby, R-Tulsa, resigned in February after a House panel recommended that he be expelled in the wake of an investigation into sexual harassment claims against him.

Oklahoma's five fastest growing school districts

Students enter their school on the first day of school at Country Estates Elementary School in Midwest City, Okla. Friday, Aug. 18, 2017.

OK: Regional Transit Authority Could be up and Running by 2025

On Tuesday, Association of Central Oklahoma Governments acting executive director John Sharp and Kathryn Holmes, of Holmes & Associates, gave a presentation to the city council on regional transit dialogue that highlighted progress and optimism for the long imagined transit plan that would connect Norman, Edmond and Oklahoma City by commuter rail. The plan for the south corridor, which includes south OKC, Moore and Norman would place four stops in Norman, with locations at Tecumseh Road, The Depot, Lindsey Street and Highway 9. Regional transportation committee chair and former Mayor Cindy Rosenthal said it's a good plan, and progress is being made, but there's still a long road ahead.

Metro Law Officers Investigate Several Hotel Robberies

Oklahoma City police said they are investigating three robberies. Officers also said there were two robberies in Moore, one attempted robbery and one successful robbery in Midwest City and one in Del City.

Oklahoma legislator accuses private investigations firm in lawsuit of planting tracker

Eastridge retired early to go to work in January 2010 for a newly created cold case unit at the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation. He stayed only six months though.

Wind industry leader denies spying on a state lawmaker

This December 2017 photo provided by Mark McBride shows what Oklahoma state Rep. Mark McBride, R-Moore, says is a tracking device that he removed from his truck in Oklahoma. McBride wants to know who put the contraption there and is one of at least five Oklahoma state lawmakers who in recent months asked a prosecutor to investigate claims they have been followed or threatened.

The Latest: Lawmaker suspects wind industry in spying case

The Latest on an Oklahoma lawmaker's discovery of a tracking device affixed to his vehicle : A Republican lawmaker who discovered a high-tech tracking device affixed to his truck initially told police he suspected someone connected to the wind industry may be responsible. Police in the Oklahoma City suburb of Moore on Wednesday released a report detailing state Rep. Mark McBride's discovery of the tracking device on his vehicle.

OSBI investigating possible threat against Oklahoma lawmaker

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Moore mom saves stranger from icy canal

Around 9 p.m., a man driving a car from a parking lot sped across Telephone Rd., hopping the curb and driving into a car wash. "Mom we have to pull over, we have to do something, we have to help this person," Ariana said she told her mom.

Canadian Co. Sheriff's Office Releases Sketch Of Rape Suspect

Investigators describe the suspect as a Chinese male, approximately 5'6" tall and weighing 150 pounds. They say he's 21 years old with brown eyes and black hair with shaved sides and a mohawk top.

Neighbors see zoning extension favoring developer

The city council approved a zoning extension this week that could pave the way for a controversial Walmart, but save the city from another costly legal battle. "I have really struggled with this development," Councilman Nick Massey said.

What to do in Oklahoma on Jan. 10, 2018: See Tommy Wiseau's famously bad movie 'The Room' in theaters

Referred to as "the 'Citizen Kane' of bad movies," "The Room" is receiving a remarkable resurgence due to the popularity of James Franco's "The Disaster Artist." Movie buffs across the nation will have the opportunity to see auteur Tommy Wiseau's opus on the big screen when " Tommy Wiseau's 'The Room' " comes to U.S. movie theaters at 8 tonight.

Officials Respond To Auto-Pedestrian Crash Involving Child In Moore

Authorities arrived at the scene near NW 6th Place and Santa Fe. Police told News 9 a girl on a scooter rode her scooter in front of a car.

Oklahoma City Police Department issues Silver Alert for missing 70-year-old man last seen in Moore

Oklahoma City police are looking for Johnnie Erwin Smith, who is described as a white male, with an unknown clothing description.

Moore couple says they believe fire that destroyed home was intentionally set

Bob and Irla Brady moved into a temporary apartment on Friday morning after their home on S.W. 13th St. was destroyed by a fire last Saturday. "There's a lot of blessings in this and people don't understand that and that is one of them," he said.

Lamar Police Report - Dec.29 - Jan. 1

7:43 a.m. - While on patrol in the area of 5th & Grant St. code enforcement officer observed a small white and black Chihuahua dog running at large. The dog was confined back into the yard.

Oklahoma schools to receive money to boost STEM efforts

Science, technology, engineering and math students and their teachers in Oklahoma are about to benefit from $2 million the Oklahoma Energy Resources Board is distributing. The organization said it is making the money available to every public school system in the state, and it is allocating the cash based upon each district's enrollment and its percentage of low income students.

Midwest City Boy Scouts go on 37-mile hike across Oklahoma Panhandle

Boy Scouts Kevin Carera, left, Davin Palmer, Ryan Wilson and Jesse Hood are members of Troop 267 of Midwest City. The Scouts did a 37-mile hike earlier this month to fulfill a hiking merit badge, which is one of the badges that Scouts can use toward Eagle Scout requirements.

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A former state senator caught in a sex trafficking case. A Sooner star in trouble.

Viral video shows 2 girls having a dance-off with an airport employee

Traveler Joe Vaughn shared a video on social media that shows two little girls dancing with a Dallas airport employee while waiting for a flight out to Oklahoma City. Traveler Joe Vaughn shared a video on social media showing two little girls dancing with a Dallas airport employee while waiting for a flight to Oklahoma City, and it has gone viral.

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