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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
Interviews, photos and video: Choruses and cookies - Canterbury...

Becky Tallent sings Nov. 13 as members of the Canterbury Voices adult chorus rehearse at Oklahoma City University for their upcoming performance of Handel's "Messiah." Canterbury Voices will perform "Messiah" with the Oklahoma City Philharmonic on Dec. 3 at Civic Center Music Hall.

Real estate notes from The Oklahoman for Nov. 18, 2017

Matt Warren and Randy Smith's home at 931 NW 18 will be among those on the Mesta Park Holiday Home Tour Dec. 2-3. [PHOTO BY CHRIS LANDSBERGER, THE OKLAHOMAN] The 40th Mesta Park Holiday Home Tour, Dec. 2-3, will feature five homes, a festive refreshment porch and a tour of Wilson Arts Integrated School.

Oklahoma Sooners Football Recruiting: 2019 DT Derek Green commits to Oklahoma

The Oklahoma Sooners earned their fifth commitment of the 2019 class on Friday, as Jacksonville Southwest defensive tackle Derek Green announced his intention to play college football in Norman. The three-star recruit received an offer from Oklahoma this past weekend.

Tulsa's Breakup should 'Be With You' this Christmas

From left, Cassidy Mandel and Abby Callaghan are Breakup. The Tulsa-based duo listed "Last Christmas" by Wham! as one of their favorite holiday songs.

Norman group seeks support as it plans city's first LGBTQ Pride festival

In this file photo, people march during the OKC Pride Parade in Oklahoma City. Residents in Norman, Oklahoma, are seeking support to help organize a Pride celebration in their town.

Del City passes half-cent sales tax

Voters in Del City on Tuesday approved a half-cent sales tax increase to fund the police and fire departments. "We are very grateful to our citizens who got out and voted and supported us.

State briefs for Tuesday, Nov. 14

Thousands of Oklahoma families will be served at the Oklahoma Trial Lawyers annual Day of Kindness this week. The annual turkey distribution to families in need will take place at five sites across the state.

Norman PD Releases Body Cam Footage In Wild Metro Police Chase

The man who led police on a high-speed chase, driving a stolen pick-up, throughout Oklahoma and Cleveland Counties made his first appearance in court Monday. Officers say they started chasing Brenton Hager around 11 a.m. in Oklahoma City, near SW 44th and Agnew.

Depleted Oklahoma defense delivers in 38-20 win over TCU

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Interviews: Guthrie's Pollard Theatre celebrating 30th year of...

"A Territorial Christmas Carol" cast members, left front, Dusty Saunders as the Spirit of Christmas Past; left back, Robert Matson as the Spirit of Christmas Present; center, James Ong as Scrooge; and Wendy Hart as the Spirit of Christmas Future appear in a 2001 publicity photo for The Pollard Theatre's production of "A Territorial Christmas Carol." Oklahoman Archives photo GUTHRIE - James Ong still doesn't know whether they were brother or sister or man and wife, but he will never forget the pair of patrons who approached him in The Pollard Theatre lobby one afternoon a few holiday seasons ago.

Mayfield, Anderson Lead No.5 Oklahoma Past No.8 TCU

Fresh off a thrilling 62-52 win over the Oklahoma State Cowboys, Oklahoma came out and handled No. 8 TCU 38-20 in Norman, Oklahoma, behind another strong performance from quarterback Baker Mayfield and running back Rodney Anderson.

No. 22 Oklahoma women beat Belmont 96-73

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Citizen Fires Gun At Police Chase Suspect's Stolen Vehicle

One week ago, the truck involved in the chase went missing out of Grady County. By chance, officers say it was spotted by the owner this morning on SW 44th and Agnew, pulling a trailer.

Deputy with Taser ends pursuit Friday in southwest Oklahoma City

A man who led law officers on a pursuit for nearly three hours Friday was broadcasting himself on Facebook Live at one point, before he was finally taken down by a law officer with a Taser. A Cleveland County Sheriff's deputy with a Taser ended the ordeal after the man drove into a pond and then got out and tried to run on foot, the deputy running close behind him, in far southwest Oklahoma City.

Plugging In: Oklahoma energy briefs for Nov. 10.

Oklahoma City-based Sparq Natural Gas this week broke ground on state's largest capacity public compressed natural gas station in Tulsa. In partnership with Timmons Oil Co., Dericks Leasing & Financial Co.

Oklahoma business briefs for Nov. 10.

The event aims to help job seekers, students, teachers, entrepreneurs and small business owners improve their digital skills, organizers said. The event includes the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber, Downtown Oklahoma City Partnership, the Chickasaw Nation, Francis Tuttle Technology Center, Mid-Del Technology Center, Metro Technology Center, Moore Norman Technology Center, Oklahoma 4-H, StarSpace46, Techlahoma and Goodwill Industries of Central Oklahoma as partners, they said.

Norman Fire Department forms bicycle response team

The new Bicycle Response Team will provide an elevated level of service in areas and at special events where access is limited due to crowds or terrain. "Being on bicycles will allow our first responders to access and provide services to patients much quicker," said Norman Fire Chief Travis King.

The Wall That Heals comes to Oklahoma History Center

Phil Lutes, right, a Patriot Guard Rider from Mustang, holds one of the panels as volunteers work under the direction of site director Patrick O'Neill from Washington D.C., to construct The Wall That Heals traveling exhibit at the Oklahoma History Center. A formal opening ceremony will be at 11 a.m. Thursday.

More than just self-defense

Emerson North student Frankiie Williams practices self-defense techniques while wearing googles that simulate intoxication during the "My Life, My Body" program at the downtown Oklahoma City school. [Photo by Doug Hoke, The Oklahoman] Now the retired Norman police officer shows them other ways to prevent being the victim of rape and other sexual assaults.

Unfortunate, but necessary: Houses of worship shouldn't ignore security

THE times in which we live mandate that we first pass through a metal detector or other security before boarding a plane, or entering government buildings and some school buildings, or watching certain sporting events. Are houses of worship next on the list? The question is prompted by Sunday's massacre in a small town in Texas, where a man with a violent past walked into a Baptist church and used a high-powered rifle to kill 26 people during the morning worship service.

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