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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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How Oklahoma schools are doing more with less

Oklahoma City Superintendent Aurora Lora speaks Feb. 15 during a legislative breakfast at the state Capitol in Oklahoma City. [Photo by Paul Hellstern, The Oklahoman Archives] The state's budget shortfall has resulted in a host of cost-cutting measures that have stripped districts of needed staff and supplies, including copy paper.

What to do in Oklahoma on April 25, 2017: Hear Tech N9ne at the Diamond Ballroom

Independent rapper Tech N9ne, who hails from Kansas City, Mo., performs tonight at Oklahoma City's Diamond Ballroom. Photo provided Hear independent rapper Tech N9ne, who hails from Kansas City, Mo., at 7:30 tonight at the Diamond Ballroom, 8001 S Eastern Ave. Also performing tonight on his "Strictly Strange Tour" are Brotha Lynch Hung, Krizz Kaliko, Stevie Stone, Ces Cru and 5th Power Entertainment.

Oklahoma City Museum of Art opens Roof Terrace for seasonal concerts Thursday with Edgar Cruz

A favorite spring event in downtown OKC begins at 5 p.m. Thursday with the opening of Oklahoma City Museum of Art's Roof Terrace for the season. Open from 5 to 9 p.m. Thursdays, admission is only $5, or free for museum members.

Oklahoma Vice: Former California gang member charged in shooting

A self-proclaimed former NorteA o gang member from California has been involved in two Oklahoma City shootings in less than a year, police records show. Sean Alexander Bernardo, 26, is charged with shooting with intent to kill after he allegedly shot a man in the leg in northeast Oklahoma City in March.

Interviews, photos & video: Science Museum Oklahoma explores the world of 'Backyard Bugs'

A larger-than-life praying mantis is part of the Oklahoma Museum Network exhibit "Backyard Bugs" at Science Museum Oklahoma in Oklahoma City. Photo by Chris Landsberger, The Oklahoman A larger-than-life praying mantis is part of the Oklahoma Museum Network exhibit "Backyard Bugs" at Science Museum Oklahoma in Oklahoma City.

Fired up for festival: The 51st annual downtown Festival of the Arts starts

Ray Pemberton with Blue Sage Studios demonstrates blowing glass during the 2016 Festival of the Arts in Bicentennial Park in downtown Oklahoma City. [Photo by Doug Hoke, The Oklahoman Archives] "There's something about it that's kind of primal, I guess.

I.M. Pei legacy in OKC mixed on his 100th birthday

No architect has affected the downtown Oklahoma City skyline more than I.M. Pei, but don't expect locals to join celebrations of his 100th anniversary on Wednesday. The celebrations are being organized by the city of Suzhou in China, which is home to one of Pei's last projects, the Suzhou Museum, and also was his family's ancestral home.

Police: Woman drugged, dragged from Nashville to Oklahoma City for prostitution

A man is under arrest, accused of kidnapping a young woman and transporting hundreds of miles so she could make him money through prostitution. "He slipped something into her drink.

OKC man accused of sex offense in Delaware County

An Oklahoma City man confessed to driving to Delaware County for a sexual encounter with an underage boy and using falsified documents to attempt to enroll in the Grove School District. Nicholas Washmon, 20, is charged in Delaware County with transmitting information by computer for purposes of sexual conduct with a minor, possession of juvenile pornography, filing a false or forged instrument and a misdemeanor charge of harassment.

Gov. Fallin Sets Up Task Force To Look Into Untested Rape Kits

Gov. Mary Fallin signed an executive order forming a task force to look into untested rape kits around the state. Police departments collected evidence in so-called rape kits, but a lot of those rape kits are sitting on shelves somewhere collecting dust, and no one knows exactly how many there are.

Oklahoma City man arrested after allegedly firing gun outside wife's house

On April 22, officers were called to a domestic assault with a deadly weapon after a caller told dispatchers that a man was shooting a gun at a house along N. Ann Arbor Ave. When officers got close to the house, they were flagged down by other witnesses about a naked man shooting a gun in the front yard of a home. When the first officer arrived on scene, he reportedly saw 27-year-old Tyree Brooks wearing only pink underwear and heard him "yelling, cussing and threatening all the occupants inside this residence," the arrest affidavit claims.

Police: Man arrested for indecent exposure after allegedly walking naked near church

An Oklahoma City man was cited for indecent exposure after he was seen allegedly walking around naked near a church. On April 19, officers were called to the 2200 block of N.W. 39th St. after a witness said they were concerned about a man near a church.

Tulsa Attorney Gary Richardson To Run For Governor In 2018

A Tulsa attorney who spent more than $2 million of his own money on a campaign for governor in 2002 says he will run again in 2018, this time for the Republican nomination. Gary Richardson announced his candidacy Monday at the Oklahoma History Museum in Oklahoma City before a group of about 50 supporters.

What to do in Oklahoma on April 24, 2017: Celebrate the release of Jimmy Webb's memoir in Tulsa

Hear legendary songwriter and Elk City native Jimmy Webb perform songs and tell stories at 7 tonight at Tulsa's IDL Ballroom, 230 E First Street. Presented by BookSmart Tulsa and Magic City Books, "Jimmy Webb Live: Books & Music," is celebrating the release of Webb's new memoir "The Cake and the Rain."

Okc Boxscore for April 24

Paula Yockel is shown at her family's property in northeast Oklahoma City, near Jones, last year. Yockel says the city council should view the 2017 general-obligation bond election as a chance to develop an alternative to the disposal of sewage sludge on farm fields.

March For Science Spans The Globe, Takes Aim At Trump

March For Science Spans The Globe, Takes Aim At Trump - News9.com - Oklahoma City, OK - News, Weather, Video and Sports People march past the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency during the March For Science in Washington, Saturday, April 22, 2017. It's been 47 years since the first "Earth Day" and today it was observed around the world with a focus on science.

Happy Ending For Oklahoma Foster Child Needing Home

When DHS closed its emergency shelter in Oklahoma City back in 2015, the agency found foster homes for all the kids who lived there -- except one. Case workers had trouble placing a 6-year-boy with autism.

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