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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

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Norman Police Chief Keith Humphrey is one of two finalists for the post of police chief in Kansas City, Missouri. Humphrey said he will know within 10 days whether he's got the job.

OafCon 2017 to offer free admission

The Comic Book & Nostalgia Convention "Oafcon" returns for its 2017 edition in Norman in October. The convention features comic books, fantasy art, toys, movie posters, old time radio memorabilia and more.

Randi Weingarten's baffling criticism of school choice

IT takes a special kind of audacity to suggest that those working to provide a better education to minority children are racist. But then no one ever mistook American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten for someone whose policy views are tethered to reality.

Tornado predicted hours before it formed in Elk City

Patrick Skinner and research scientist at the University of Oklahoma and the National Severe Storms Laboratory in Norman, Oklahoma helped developed the Warn-on-Forecast Experimental Model. "This is part of a decade long project at NOAA to issue guidance to forecasters for individual thunderstorms and their hazards on a short term scale so from approximately one to three hours," Skinner said.

Bill Housh

Bill Housh age 87 of Newcastle, passed away Saturday, July 22, 2017 surrounded by his family at the Norman Healthplex. Bill was born July 1, 1930 in Oklahoma City.

For the Record

John McCain: In the July 21 Section A, an article about Sen. John McCain's bipartisan appeal referred to congressional scholar Norman Ornstein as being with the Brookings Institution. He is with the American Enterprise Institute in Washington.

The Day the Fire Came

On the morning of March 1, Todd Lindley, a forty-year-old science and operations officer with the National Weather Service, walked into his office in Norman, Oklahoma, and sat down in front of his four computer screens. Lindley specializes in weather on the southern Great Plains, a mostly flat five-hundred-mile expanse that runs from Kansas to just below the Panhandle of Texas.

Lindsey Street bridge at I-35 opens with fanfare

Norman mayor Lynne Miller cuts a ribbon to mark the occasion at a celebration of the opening of the Lindsey Street bridge at Interstate 35 on Friday, July 21, 2017 in Norman, Okla. Photo by Steve Sisney, The Oklahoman NORMAN - Hundreds of people, cheering, clapping, walking, roller-skating and riding bikes, crossed the newly completed Lindsey Street bridge at Interstate 35 Friday morning, all to the tune of a DJ playing the theme from "Rocky."

Lindsey St. Bridge In Norman Reopens Today

The entire Lindsey St. interchange has been closed since April of last year because of plans to make it a single point urban interchange, one of only three in the state. On top of that, the new bridge will be 337-feet wide, making it the widest in the state.

10-Year-Old Little Axe Burn Victim Walks Out Of Hospital After 8 Months Of Recovery

Austin Norton suffered burns over 77% of his body. On Thursday, after 8-months in the hospital, his family took him home from the INTEGRIS Paul Silverstein Burn Center in Oklahoma City.

Two finalists named for Kansas City Police Chief

Two finalists have been named for Kansas City's Chief of Police: Major Rick Smith of KCPD and Chief Keith Humphrey of Norman, Oklahoma police. The two men were among 42 candidates who applied.

OKC to see hottest temps of year so far

James Wulff, 19 months, keeps cool in hot weather Wednesday by playing in the water at a splash pad at Myriad Botanical Gardens in Oklahoma City. [Photo by Nate Billings, The Oklahoman] In a far corner of the Great Lawn at Myriad Botanical Gardens, as the temperature hit 90 degrees Wednesday at 11 a.m., Henry Rice tumbled to the ground in pursuit of a Frisbee, kicking up grass in a tangle of black shorts and a green tank top.

Lindsey Street bridge over I-35 in Norman to reopen Friday

The City of Norman is inviting everyone to walk, bike, rollerblade and more, over the new bridge before it opens to motor traffic. Friday morning from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m., everyone is invited to come celebrate the opening and all ages are welcome.

Norman man sentenced to life in prison for fatal 2016 shooting

A felon who told police he had been on a "crime spree" has pleaded guilty to multiple offenses, including first-degree murder, committed in June 2016. Patrick Richard Kibler, 29, of Norman, was sentenced Friday in Cleveland County District Court to life in prison for the fatal Norman shooting of Richard William Taylor.

State continues fight to keep glass pipes from Norman store

Cleveland County District Attorney Greg Mashburn will appeal a judge's ruling to return glass pipes seized from a Norman store accused of selling drug paraphernalia. Items police seized from The Friendly Market include glass water pipes, rolling papers and containers believed to be intended for use in storing marijuana.

Fifth Harmony say their fans are the band's 'fifth member'

The 20-year-old singer quit the chart-topping band in December last year, leaving Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane and Lauren Jauregui to continue as a quartet - but Ally says their fans have ensured Camila's absence hasn't been felt too much. She explained that after investing so much time and energy into turning themselves into a success, she worried that it could all fall apart in a hurry.

The Depot opens door to refurbished look

After months of reconstruction and major repairs to the historic 1909 Santa Fe Depot, 200 S Jones Ave., a grand reopening celebration will be held to show off the results of the work and the fact that The Depot is now "Back on Track" with its programs. The "Back on Track" celebration Friday will coincide with the city's monthly art walk.

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