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The economic foundation of the city of Norman is based on the presence of the University of Oklahoma, the largest university in the state. OU employs nearly 11,000 people across three campuses and the Norman area is the center for national study of severe weather. It is the home of the National Weather Center. Today, Normanis home to many weather-related businesses. In 2008, CNN/Money Magazine ranked Norman as the sixth best small city in the United States, the highest ranking of any city in Oklahoma.

Population: 106957
Local Newspapers: The Norman Transcript
Local Sports Teams: Oklahoma Sooners
Local Colleges: University of Oklahoma

Zip Codes associated with norman, oklahoma: 73026 73069 73071 73072
Towns/Cities near norman, oklahoma : Noble Slaughterville Purcell Goldsby Newcastle Blanchard Moore

Norman News
Weather Service: Oklahoma hit with as many as 4 tornadoes

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Storms Moving In; Tornado Hits Near OU Campus

The line of storms has caused wind and tornado damage in Oklahoma. Most recently, a tornado which touched down near I35 and Hwy 9 in Norman Oklahoma.

Likely tornado sends Beach Boys, Oklahoma governor fleeing

High winds and torrential rains accompanying a likely tornado tore part of the roof off of an Oklahoma casino while the Beach Boys were playing a concert attended by Gov. Mary Fallin. Fallin says in an interview with KWTV that she had to be evacuated from the Riverwind Casino in Norman, Oklahoma, twice during the concert Saturday night.

Flood Advisory issued October 21 at 6:43PM CDT expiring October 21 at 9:45PM CDT in effect for: Kay

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Your Views Saturday, Oct. 21

Regarding "Oklahoma teacher offers comparison to life in Texas" : I doubt I was the only one who was shocked to read that Shawn Sheehan and his wife are now taking home 71 percent more income as teachers in Lewisville, Texas, than they did in Norman. Frankly the number was so high I was skeptical of its accuracy.

Real estate notes from The Oklahoman for Oct. 21, 2017

Warehouse Flats Apartments, 1325 W. Lindsey St., has sold to L.A. Partners-Warehouse Flats LLC in Edmond for $1.46 million, or $44,242 per unit, in a transaction by Mike Buhl of Commercial Realty Resources Co. The buyer took over management.

Oklahoma County property sales from The Oklahoman for Oct. 21, 2017

Recent major sales in Oklahoma County totaled more than $61 million, according to deeds released from County Clerk David B. Hooten's Office. Major sales are those of $200,000 or more.

Arrest warrant issued for man who allegedly attacked tow truck driver

A 74-year-old man was hospitalized after the man whose vehicle he was towing, attacked him. Now, police are searching for the attacker.

9 Things To Do This Weekend Around The Metro

But it's still not too bad if you plan on getting outside. Kicking off this weekend is Oklahoma City's biannual Affair of the Heart event at the State Fair Park.

Baptist Collegiate Ministry plans new OU student facility

A new chapter in the decades-old Baptist Collegiate Ministry at The University of Oklahoma will begin next fall with the expected completed of a new on-campus building. The International Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention states there are more missionaries serving from The University of Oklahoma than from any state school in the nation.

University of Oklahoma Libraries part of team winning a $95K IMLS grant

Norman, OK. The University of Oklahoma Libraries is among a team of three universities, led by Nathan Hall, associate director of digital imaging and preservation services at Virginia Tech University Libraries, that has been awarded an Institute of Museum and Library Services National Leadership Grant in support of 3D visualization and virtual reality technologies.

Keeping Us Safe - New Chiefs Settling Into High-Profile Posts

In an odd twist of fate, new Edmond fire and police chiefs have recently assumed command of both respective departments in only a span of a few months. Police Chief J.D. Younger and Fire Chief Chris Goodwin are settling down in their new posts and using each other as a mini-support group.

"We wouldn't have made it without you," Couple gives back to...

They worked as crossing guards for McKinley Elementary in Norman. Keeping their young charges out of harm's way on busy Flood Street.

OafCon 2017 spotlight: S.A. McClung

OafCon is a presentation of the Oklahoma Alliance of Fandom comic book, science fiction and nostalgia club, which celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2017. To celebrate the 50th anniversary, the convention is offering free admission in 2017.

State lawmaker salaries could be cut

The panel in charge of setting legislator salaries said it will meet again soon to talk about lowering the compensation paid to the state's 149 representatives and senators. At a meeting Tuesday, the board took no action but set its next meeting for January.

State briefs for Oct. 17

School districts in Ardmore, Duncan, Guymon and Tahlequah will split $2.3 million in federal funding over five years to identify, serve and support gifted and talented students with disabilities and those from minority, low-income and English learner populations. Nearly 6,000 elementary school students will benefit from the grant, announced Monday by the state Education Department.

Governor blames media for immigration flap with sheriffs

Outspoken Maine Republican Gov. Paul LePage says the media fanned the flames in a flap with sheriffs over his directive they should hold immigrants without warrants and is calling news organizations "the most horrible organizations on the earth." York County Sheriff William King and Cumberland County Sheriff Kevin Joyce say they won't comply with federal immigration requests to temporarily hold inmates scheduled for release.

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