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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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Oklahoma City News
Homicide detectives asking for public's help solving bookstore owner's murder

Authorities are asking for the public's help after a man's body was found inside a burning bookstore earlier this month. Earlier this month, firefighters responded to a fire at 30 Penn Books, located on the corner of N.W. 30th St. and N. Pennsylvania Ave. "When our crews arrived, there was a significant amount of brown smoke coming from the structure," said Oklahoma City Fire Department Battalion Chief Mike Walker.

Four charged in alleged Oklahoma massage parlor prostitution ring

Four Chinese nationals face conspiracy and pandering charges in connection with an alleged network of illicit massage parlors in Oklahoma City and Lawton. Three alleged illicit massage businesses in Oklahoma City with ties to Lu are identified in court records as Prestige Massage, 7864 S Western; China Rose Health Center, 546 E Memorial and New Style Chinese Massage, 1565 SW 44. All three businesses are registered to Lu, but only Prestige Massage still has a valid business license with Oklahoma City.

Church group credited with saving baby who was found in car seat along Oklahoma City interstate

A newborn who was found Saturday on the shoulder of I-40 is okay thanks to a church group, and police have now located the child's mother. "Thankfully, it was an alert church bus driver who was driving down the road, he had a van full of kids," said MSgt.

Baby Boy Abandoned On I-40, Rescued By Drivers

A four-week-old baby is in DHS custody after he was abandoned near traffic. Police said the infant was left on the side of Interstate 40 near Triple X road Saturday afternoon.

As Legislature gathers, Oklahomans await results

Tim Wagner, partner/owner of Cocina de Mino restaurant at 6022 S Western, talks about the special legislative session that convenes Monday. [Photo by Doug Hoke, The Oklahoman] When the compressor broke on the industrial refrigerator at the Cocina De Mino Mexican restaurant in south Oklahoma City, co-owner left Tim Wagner faced a $5,000 replacement or a quick fix for around $1,500.

Richardson puts $1M into his Oklahoma governor's bid

Tulsa attorney Gary Richardson says he's putting $1 million of his own money into his race for the Republican nomination for Oklahoma governor in 2018. Richardson said in a news release during the weekend he's making the personal loan to his campaign in part because he refuses to be "beholden to the special interest groups."

Suspect Accused Of Flashing Genitals Outside OK State Fair

An Oklahoma City man was arrested for allegedly exposing his genitals to several people, including two juveniles, outside of the State Fair on Friday. Officers arrested 22-year-old Max Miller just before 10 p.m. on Friday for the alleged incident, which witnesses say occurred in the area outside of Gates 5 and 6 at the fairgrounds.

Oklahoma special legislative session on budget to convene

Oklahoma lawmakers are returning to Oklahoma City for the start of a special legislative session to address a $215 million shortfall in the state budget. Members of the House and Senate are to convene Monday for a session expected to last up to two weeks.

Rapist serving seven life sentences wants full inmate pay now

An Oklahoma inmate serving seven consecutive life terms plus 1,000 years for raping and torturing a Moore teenager in 1987 claims the state Corrections Department is violating his rights by withholding 20 percent of his prison pay. Oklahoma County District Judge Patricia Parrish dismissed inmate Douglas Spitznas' lawsuit earlier, but the Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals overturned the decision this past week and sent it back to the lower court for further action.

Interviews, video and images: National Cowboy Museum celebrates...

Jerome Tiger's 1966 work "Stickball, Beginning to End" is featured in the exhibit "Life and Legacy: The Art of Jerome Tiger," on view at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. Image provided A person looks at art by Jerome Tiger in the exhibit "Life and Legacy: The Art of Jerome Tiger" at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City.

Okcpd Search For Suspect In Deadly SW Okc Auto-Ped

Oklahoma City police are searching for the driver of a truck they say hit and killed a pedestrian in southwest OKC, Saturday night. Police were called to the scene near SW 59th & Penn just around 11:00 p.m. Police said the suspect's vehicle is described as a newer model blue truck, with no tag.

Interviews and images: Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition showcases state artists with 12x12 fundraiser

"Willow War," Oklahoma City painter Trent Lawson's 2017 entry into the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition's 28th Annual 12x12 Art Fundraiser, combines motifs from the fantasy film "Willow" and the Willow china pattern on blue velvet. Image provided Bert Seabourn's acrylic painting "Medicine Shaman" will be featured in the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition's 28th Annual 12x12 Art Fundraiser.

Rally for Magdiel Sanchez to be held at OKC City Hall Sunday afternoon

Civil rights activists and advocates for the deaf and hard of hearing communities are set to hold a rally at City Hall Sunday afternoon. The Justice for Magdiel Sanchez rally is scheduled to start at 1 p.m. at 200 N. Walker Ave., and will feature a number of speakers before a march to Oklahoma City police headquarters, 700 Colcord Drive.

Families of teens involved in fatal crash seek remedy to problem highway

The families of two Yukon students who were involved in a fatal crash last year on State Highway 4 near Britton Road have filed a tort claim against the city of Oklahoma City, Canadian County and the Oklahoma Department of Transportation. The parents of Matthew Silva and Nickolas Bussett filed a claim seeking at least $175,000 in damages on Aug. 28 with Oklahoma City.

OKC Officers Not Required To Practice Non-Lethal Combat

After a deaf man was shot and killed by an Oklahoma City police officer this week, News 9 dug deeper into the non-lethal combat training the department provides. As it turns out, the officers are not required to regularly practice those tactics.

'This was unreal,' Oklahoma priest's beatification draws thousands

Thousands filled the Cox Convention Center Saturday to celebrate a simple Oklahoma farm boy who was murdered as a Priest while serving in Guatemala in 1981. "I've had the pleasure of going to the Vatican in St. Peters and they don't have anything on us.

Runner-up of America's Got Talent to join Oklahoma winner Darci Lynne in Las Vegas for two shows

Angelica Hale, the talented young singer who was runner-up on America's Got Talent announced she'll be joining the winner, Darci Lynne Farmer of Oklahoma City, in Las Vegas for two shows! Wednesday night, Darci Lynne took the big win home of $1 million dollars and will headline a show in Las Vegas. She brought out her puppet, Petunia, to perform Anything You Can Do with fellow ventriloquist Terry Fator.

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