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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
Richard Paul Holt April 24, 2018 Richard Paul Holt, 63, Moore, gained ...

Richard Paul Holt, 63, Moore, gained his wings on Saturday, April 14, 2018, 41-years to the day after his Dad passed and at the same age as his Mom when she passed. Rick was born July 22, 1954, in Marlow, to Albert Franklin Holt and Lois Faye Holt.

Family Mourns Loss Of Moore Shooting Victim

A metro family is feeling some closure after the bodies of their 21-year-old and his friend were found and arrests were made in connection with their murders. Moore Police said three suspects were booked at the Cleveland County Jail -- two for accessory after the fact and the 16-year-old shooter as a youthful offender.

2 Men Accused Of Being Accessories In Moore Murder Investigation

Two men are facing charges of accessory after the fact of murder following a shooting and kidnapping report out of Moore over the weekend. Police began investigating just after 6 p.m. Saturday at the Crest grocery store located at NE 2th Street and N. Eastern Avenue.

OKC's Kale Dumas shares slick pop single 'On Paper'

At 20, the Oklahoma City-born musician has a long road ahead of him but give his first proper, studio-recorded single a listen. From the bubbly intro that channels the infection first few seconds of "MMMBop" to Dumas' John Mayer-esque delivery, "On Paper" is a solid pop introduction to the Oklahoma music landscape.

Metro Family Searching For Answers In Missing Persons Case

Two men are still missing after an incident that resulted in shots being fired near a Moore grocery store at NE 12th and Eastern Saturday afternoon. "We believe it was possibly a Craigslist exchange," Moore Police Sgt.

Spending, not tax cuts, deserves federal deficit hawks' focus

IT'S a longstanding practice in federal politics: Deficits are portrayed as a problem only if they are allegedly created by tax cuts, but not when they are created by spending increases. This pattern is again apparent following the recent release of the Congressional Budget Office's updated budget forecast.

Man shot, possibly abducted from grocery store parking lot in Moore

Those are the anxious words of a mother worried about her child. Jarron Mooreland has been missing since around 6 p.m. Saturday.

State briefs for April 14

Oklahoma State University will host its annual Summer Art Academy for students ages 13 to 18. Presented by the department of art, graphic design and art history, classes will be taught by master instructors. A free class in Impressionism and Postimpressionism will be offered from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. July 2-3 and 5-6.

Oklahoma colleges enrolling record numbers of Hispanic students

Sophomore students Alex Benitez, from East Central University, and Selena Ordaz, from Oklahoma City Community College, both are first-generation college students from Hispanic families. Both also are Nigh Scholars.

Commercial real estate transactions from The Oklahoman for April 14, 2018

Bill Reid of Baker First Commercial Real Estate Services and Erica McKinstry of Friedman Integrated Real Estate Solutions handled the lease. - PB&J Games leased 2,400 square feet of space for a board game store in Highland Park Shopping Center, 1201 NW 178.

Elementary school janitor returns to work after arrest in undercover child sex sting

A Sheriff's office in Oklahoma said it failed to let officials at Moore Public Schools know about the arrest of their janitor, Cameron Ford, who was busted during an undercover child sex sting. According to a release from the Canadian County Sheriff's Office, Ford was arrested on April 6 after he drove to Mustang to have sex with an underage girl.

Teachers chant 'take a vote' as walkout continues

Alicia Priest, Oklahoma Education Association president, talks to teachers from Tahlequah, Okla., during the fifth day of a walkout by Oklahoma teachers at the state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Friday, April 6, 2018. Photo by Nate Billings, The Oklahoman Eleven days since teachers began a statewide walkout, thousands of educators returned to the Oklahoma state Capitol, while some schools reopened.

Judge expected to rule in ex-Army couple's abuse sentencing

FILE - In this Monday, May 20, 2013 file photo, a tornado moves past homes in Moore, Okla. Emergency officials in Oklahoma, Texas and Kansas are bracing for the start of what's historically the most active time of year fo... Emergency officials in Oklahoma, Texas and Kansas are bracing for the start of what's historically the most active time of year for tornadoes while also facing wildfire threats because of severe drought conditions.

Moore Students, Staff Continue Walkout Despite Superintendent's Order

More than 400 substitute teachers were requested throughout Moore Public School on Thursday. Moore students and staff were called back to class, but one group still chose to march to the Capitol.

Morning Bell: Walkout continues, but some return to class

Carri Hicks, a fourth grade teacher at Deer Creek's Grove Valley Elementary School, left, holds two-month-old daughter Cami Hicks as she talks to other teachers from Grove Valley, including Katharin Evans, middle, after Hicks filed to run for the District 40 Senate seat as a Democrat during candidate filing on the the tenth day of a walkout by Oklahoma teachers in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 9, 2018. Photo by Nate Billings, The Oklahoman Good morning.

Carter to Trump: shun military action, keep country at peace

7 on the New York Times best sellers list, pictured before a book signing Wednesday, April 11, 2018, in... . Former President Jimmy Carter signs copies of his new book "Faith: A Journey For All" Wednesday, April 11, 2018, in Atlanta.

Moore district teachers protest decision to return to school

Moore Public Schools were set to resume Thursday over the objections of teachers who said they were not consulted about the decision. Wednesday evening, Superintendent Robert Romines said he would reconsider whether to reopen, but later announced schools would open as planned.

The Latest: Iran questions aims of Syria gas attack claims

This image made from video released by the Syrian Civil Defense White Helmets, which has been authenticated based on its contents and other AP reporting, shows a toddler given oxygen through respirators foll... . This image made from video released by the Syrian Civil Defense White Helmets, which has been authenticated based on its contents and other AP reporting, shows a medical worker giving toddlers oxygen through... .

Trump calls out 'Animal Assad' for attack, criticizes Putin

A gun openly carried by a spectator at a school concert at Pioneer High School in 2015 has turned into a major legal case as the Michigan Supreme Court conside... A gun openly carried by a spectator at a school concert in 2015 has turned into a major legal case in Michigan. . A firefighter looks out from the window of a fire damaged apartment in Trump Tower in New York on Saturday, April 7, 2018.

The Latest: Strong voter turnout in Hungarian election

Orban is expected to win his third consecutive term, and fourth over... . Hungary's prime minister Viktor Orban addresses the media outside a polling station in Budapest, Hungary, Sunday, April 8, 2018.

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