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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
Envision Moore 2040 adopted by city council

The future is right around the corner, and Moore is getting ready for it. Members of the city council approved this week the comprehensive plan known as Envision Moore 2040.

Norman Notes

An early morning fire caused by lightning April 29 caused heavy damage at Othello's restaurant on Campus Corner. Owners say the restaurant at 434 Buchanan Street will be rebuilt.

Oklahoma schools canceling activities ahead of storms

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Unsuccessful civil cases could cost thousands more as new law would make loser pay all attorney fees

A law recently signed by Gov. Mary Fallin will unintentionally make dramatic changes in the payment of attorney fees in civil lawsuits. House Bill 1470 increases the age to 45 years old from 20 years old for child sexual abuse victims to bring a civil case.

WinCo to open Moore grocery this month

The Idaho-based retailer is opening its first store at 755 SW 19 on May 25, and intends to open at least two other metro locations in Oklahoma City and Midwest City during the coming year. "Oklahoma has exactly what we are looking for," Nancy Lebold, a senior vice president for WinCo.

Silver Alert issued for missing 70-year-old Oklahoma man with dementia

He was last seen wearing a gray t-shirt with a pocket, blue jeans, and a white and black ballcap.

Man Turns Himself In For Last Week's Shooting In Chickasha

Chickasha Police say Jfrica Richie shot Edward Moore last Monday following an argument in the central part of the city. Richie faces charges of shooting with an intent to kill and has been placed on a $100,000 bond.

Commercial real estate transactions from The Oklahoman for May 6, 2017

Brittany Campbell of First American Title in Oklahoma City was the closing agent. The 16-acre property, developed by the sellers from their surrounding farm land in 1983, rents 62 pad sites and was 97-percent occupied.

Germanna grad to become nurse after 20-year Navy career

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Pedestrian Reportedly Struck By Vehicle In Moore

First responders are on the scene of a crash involving a vehicle and a pedestrian near NW 27th St. and S. Shields Ave. in Moore.

The Village Police Look For Man Accused Of Inappropriately Touching Children

Moore was providing security at Village Baptist Church near Hefner Road and May Avenue at the time of the alleged sex crimes. In April, The Village police say parents came forward, claiming their 9-year-old daughter was "scared to go to church" because Moore was allegedly touching her inappropriately.

Moore H.S. principal 'gathering more information' after dirty...

Moore High School's principal says he is gathering information about the condition of one of the bathrooms in the school's in-school detention building, after video surfaces of what appears to be extremely dirty conditions. In the short, ten-second video posted to Twitter and sent to NewsChannel 4 by a student Monday afternoon, a visibly dirty bathroom with graffiti on the back of the door is seen.

Police Involved In Standoff With Armed Suspect In Moore

Officers were called out to a home in the 900 block of Southminster St., near NW 12th St. and N. Santa Fe Ave. Oklahoma's Own is proud to provide Oklahomans with timely and relevant news and information, sharing the stories, pictures and loves of Oklahomans across our great state including Oklahoma City's Own.

Trump, Pruitt regulatory agenda at EPA attracts legal attention

Rep. Tom Cole, R-Moore, discusses environmental regulations and the political atmosphere in Washington during the first 100 days of the Trump administration. Cole spoke to a group of attorneys at the Oklahoma City offices of law firm Crowe & Dunlevy on April 20. [PHOTO PROVIDED] The deregulatory agenda for energy and environmental rules by the Trump administration and the Environmental Protection Agency will likely end up in a familiar place: court.

After Third Resignation, Is The Oklahoma GOP In Trouble?

Veteran State Senator Kyle Loveless resigned Thursday amid an ethics investigation, making him the third Republican to resign in 2017. The resignation is raising new questions into who's at the helm of the Oklahoma GOP.

'We're going to get a handle on the execution process:' AG...

The state's attorney general "respectfully disagrees" with a report calling for a stay on executions until significant issues can be resolved. "I have a number of friends and colleagues who served on the commission," Hunter said of the 11-member Death Penalty Review Commission.

Canterbury Voices planning 'Bluegrass and Blue Jeans,' 'Messiah!' and 'Mosaic' for 2017-18 season

Following its rousing 2016-17 season finale performance earlier this month of Handel's "Exodus in Egypt" - check out my review here - the Oklahoma City choral society will return next season with a jaunt into bluegrass, a sprawling presentation of Handel's "Messiah" and a special showcase for the 2018 American Choral Directors Association Southwest Regional Conference. Canterbury Voices will be joined by Oklahoma fiddler Kyle Dillingham and Horseshoe Road, featuring Lucas Ross and Matt Denman, Canterbury Youth Voices Moore choruses, and the Mustang High School Choir for a bluegrass Adventure.

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