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Oklahoma City features one of the top livestock markets in the world. Oil, natural gas, and petroleum products are a major product of the economy, as the city is situated in the middle of an oil field, with oil derricks even on the capitol grounds. The city was the scene of the April 1995 bombing attack of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building, killing 168 people.

Population: 551789
Local Newspapers: The Oklahoman
Local Sports Teams: Oklahoma City Thunder (NBA) Oklahoma City Redhawks (Triple A Baseball)
Local Colleges: Oklahoma City University University of Oklahoma

Zip Codes associated with oklahoma city, oklahoma: 73102 73103 73104 73105 73106 73107 73108 73109 73110 73111 73112 73114 73115 73116 73117 73118 73119 73120 73121 73122 73127 73128 73129 73130 73131 73132 73134 73135 73141 73142 73149 73150 73151 73159 73160 73162 73163 73165 73167 73169 73170 73173 73179 73195
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What to do in Oklahoma on Feb. 24, 2018: Check out the bargains at...

Thousands turn out for the Friends of the Library Booksale at Oklahoma Expo Hall at State Fair Park in Oklahoma City, OK, Saturday, February 20, 2016. The Oklahoman Archives photo Check out the bargains at the annual Friends of the Library Booksale from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. today and Sunday, Feb. 24 and 25 at Oklahoma Expo Hall at State Fair Park.

Tulsa dentist ordered to trial in murder solicitation case

Bert Glen Franklin walks into court in this photo from December. He is accused of killing his mistress' 19-month-old son.

Off the Hook chef Corey Harris cooks up debut album

Chef Corey Harris makes smothered seafood fries at Off the Hook Seafood and More, 125 W. Britton Rd., in Oklahoma City. [Photo by Nate Billings, The Oklahoman] In his packed restaurant, Off the Hook chef Corey Harris took a short break from his bustling kitchen on Friday to share his newest creation.

Donors needed: Oklahoma blood supply crtically low

A donor prepares to give blood at the Oklahoma Blood Institute during the Black History Month blood donation challeng ein 2016. [ Photo by Chris Landsberger, The Oklahoman] Winter road conditions, closings and cancellations statewide this week have left the Oklahoma Blood Institute's supply of life-saving blood critically low.

Morning Bell: Should city hall run the OKC school district?

David Greenwell is sworn in with his wife Pam, left, after his reelection to Oklahoma City Ward 5 during the induction of members to the City Council at City Hall in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 14, 2015.

Forecast Update: More Freezing Rain Headed Into Oklahoma Thursday

More freezing rain is tracking into the western side of the Oklahoma City metro area Thursday morning, causing more traffic and travel problems across the KWTV viewing area. In fact, don't be surprised to hear thunder Thursday morning as freezing rain and sleet with lightning moves through Elgin, Rush Springs and Cement, headed toward Chickasha and points northeast.

Tickets on sale Friday to Smashing Pumpkins' Oklahoma City tour stop

Grammy-winning alt rockers The Smashing Pumpkins are reuniting for the newly announced "Shiny And Oh So Bright Tour," and the summer trek will bring founding members Billy Corgan, Jimmy Chamberlin and James Iha to OKC for a July 14 show. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday and will be available at , , and via the Live Nation App.

Oklahoma City-based SandRidge executives continue to evaluate options, including layoffs

The future of SandRidge Energy's corporate home in Oklahoma City was discussed during Tuesday's energy chat. [Photo by Doug Hoke, The Oklahoman Archives] Under new CEO Bill Griffin and heightened attention from activist shareholders, SandRidge Energy Inc. executives are moving forward with a newly defined strategy while continuing to evaluate other options, executives said Thursday.

Oklahoma City reschedules Thursday trash pickup for Saturday due to icy weather

Trash carts and recycling bins should be on the curb by 6 a.m. Saturday for collection. Friday trash collection should take place as normally scheduled.

Window Shopping: Oklahoma retail briefs for Feb. 22

The Gourmet Gallery, in Edmond at 1532 S Boulevard and in the Shoppes at Northpark at NW 122 and N May, will announce the new owners of Ben Jack Larado Gourmet Foods with a tasting event Feb. 24 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at both locations. Ben Jack Larado Gourmet Foods is known for its Bloody Mary Mix with pickled asparagus spears and award winning rubs, seasonings, mustards and pickled asparagus, garlic & jalapenos.

Oklahoma City fire truck, bus in separate accidents Thursday

An Oklahoma City fire truck responding to a fire alarm and an Embark bus were involved in separate accidents Thursday on icy roadways in the city, according to police. No firefighters were injured when one of our fire engines slid into a curb and rolled over on the way to a commercial fire alarm this morning.

Councilman wants city to take over OKC schools

Oklahoma City Public Schools could start down the path to improvement by converting to a charter district sponsored by the city of Oklahoma City, a city councilman says. "The Oklahoma City public school system is faced with so many challenges right now that the traditional way of operating and providing education is just not working very well," Ward 5 Councilman David Greenwell said in remarks to the council last week.

Oklahoma elections have 'Groundhog Day' feel

WHEN primary elections arrive in late June, Oklahoma voters may be struck by a sense of familiarity with many candidates, and not because they're incumbents seeking re-election. Instead, numerous candidates are vying for new government jobs.

OKC Animal Welfare's tips to keep your pets safe during the winter weather

When temperatures in Oklahoma plummet and the ice starts falling, Oklahoma City Animal Welfare wants, not only you to be safe but your pets as well. Without a proper warm place for your pet to take shelter, the freezing precipitation can be deadly.

Flights canceled in Oklahoma City due to wintry weather

More than two dozen flights have been canceled at Will Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City, two more at Tulsa International Airport and dozens of schools canceled classes due to wintry weather. Will Rogers World Airport spokeswoman Karen Carney said both arrivals and departures were canceled Wednesday as a storm with ice, sleet and freezing rain moved into the area.

What to do in Oklahoma on Feb. 21, 2018: Watch the classic film 'The Philadelphia Story'

The two-time Oscar-winning film "The Philadelphia Story" is back in theaters at 2 and 7 p.m. today courtesy Fathom Events and Turner Classic Movies. As previously reported , the 1940 romantic screwball comedy starring Katharine Hepburn, Jimmy Stewart and Cary Grant is playing today in Oklahoma City at Tinseltown USA and Quail Springs 24 as well as at the Cinemark Tulsa 17. Tickets are available at

Department of Public Safety offices closed Wednesday in Oklahoma City area

Oklahoma Department of Public Safety offices Wednesday are closed in central Oklahoma due to icy weather, the Department of Public Safety reports. "Even though the roads are fairly clear this morning, we feel it is in the best interest of employee safety, and that of the general public, to close our offices ahead of the hazardous winter weather later in the day," said DPS Commissioner Rusty Rhoades.

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