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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.
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
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Former prostitutes testify for prosecution at Chandler murder trial of man accused of killing wife
A desperate single mom who turned to prostitution in the fall of 2014 to pay her bills had called her newest customer, "The Old Man." Brandi F. Henderson and Kurt A. Meyer knew each other only a month, their business relationship ending in November 2014 when police knocked on the door of her Oklahoma City home.Suspended OU football player Sunderland turns himself in
Will Sunderland is indefinitely suspended after being charged with a misdemeanor, but an imminent felony charge may complicate his future at Oklahoma. [PHOTO BY STEVE GOOCH/The Oklahoman] Sunderland was charged with second degree burglary, a felony, in Cleveland County for allegedly taking a pair of video game systems and peripherals from the room of two freshman baseball players March 15. Sunderland was also charged with misdemeanor concealing stolen property in Oklahoma County after allegedly selling the electronics at an Oklahoma City store for $499.50.Norman orthopedic practice pays $1.5M after audit finds billing errors
A Norman orthopedic practice and its owners have paid more than $1.5 million to the U.S. government to resolve allegations of false medical claims that they self reported, Oklahoma City federal prosecutors reported Monday. Prosecutors alleged Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Center submitted false claims to Medicare, Medicaid, the Department of Veterans Affairs and TRICARE between Jan. 1, 2010, and Dec. 31, 2015.Robbery Suspect Gives Victim His Name And Phone Number
An Oklahoma City woman is robbed after using the "Let Go" app to buy an iPad, but finding the robber shouldn't be hard. Eighteen-year-old Emma Mangum was just trying to make a quick buck.Search and rescue dog for the Oklahoma City Fire Department celebrates retirement
Jagger's handler, OKCFD Lieutenant Jason Smith, said it's now time for the 11-year-old dog to "enjoy life."OKC Police Release Video Of Armed Robbery
Oklahoma City police released surveillance video of an armed robbery Tuesday. The crime happened on June 24 at Discount Tobacco in the 1800 block of West Main Street.Oklahoma regulators, researchers release update on fracking-related earthquakes
Oklahoma regulators and researchers said Tuesday new protocols to manage and prevent earthquakes linked to hydraulic fracturing operations are showing positive results in the first six months. The update from the Oklahoma Corporation Commission and the Oklahoma Geological Survey said regulators contacted oil and gas operators about 27 seismic events greater than magnitude-2.5 since the protocols were released in December.Community to celebrate Oklahoma girl who received 'Golden Buzzer' on America's Got Talent
Last month, 12-year-old Darci Lynne Farmer got the Golden Buzzer on 'America's Got Talent,' meaning she advances to the live shows.Small business taxes: 5 ways to get the IRS' bullseye off your back
NewsOK BrandInsight provides a place for local organizations and companies to connect directly with the NewsOK audience by publishing sponsored native advertising articles of interest on the NewsOK digital platforms and to participate in the resulting conversation. BrandInsight content is produced by the organizations and included in this special section as a service to NewsOK readers.Veteran's Gift Helps Oklahomans Realize Dreams After His Death
Sergeant 1st class E7 Stephen Florentz was a highly decorated helicopter medic in the Vietnam War as well as Desert Storm, nearly 15 years later. "We became good friends over the next 30 years," says Mike Bourland who met the born and raised Brooklyn New Yorker on a bicycle ride after Florentz accepted a job at the VA hospital in Oklahoma City.Former Thunder assistant Monty Williams delivers powerful speech at NBA Awards
Sager Strong Award winner Monty Williams poses in the press room at the 2017 NBA Awards at Basketball City at Pier 36 on Monday in New York. [AP PHOTO] The standing ovation went on for more than a minute.Sex Offender Skirts Law, Gives Fake Address To Registry
"He lied about where he was living, he lied about who was living in the home with him, he lied about where he was working ... he lied about everything," explained Undersheriff Rusty Pyle. The level III, aggravated sex offender is accused of cheating the system for years by registering as a transient or homeless person in Oklahoma City.Paperwork filed to call Oklahoma City bond, sales tax election
Oklahoma County Election Board Secretary Doug Sanderson stamped the paperwork submitted by Oklahoma City City Clerk Frances Kersey to officially call Oklahoma City's Sept. 12 bond and sales tax election.Investigation Into Deadly OKC Officer-Involved Shooting Continues
Oklahoma City police are investigating after an officer-involved shooting left Deveonte Johnson, 24, dead. The deadly exchange happened near the intersection of Southwest 15th St. and South Robinson Ave. Sunday evening.Video: St. Paul & The Broken Bones to play fall show at Oklahoma City's The Jones Assembly
Southern rock and soul ensemble St. Paul & The Broken Bones will play an Oct. 13 concert at Oklahoma City's newly renovated The Jones Assembly. Photo provided Southern rock and soul ensemble St. Paul & The Broken Bones will play an Oct. 13 concert at Oklahoma City's newly renovated The Jones Assembly, a 20,000 square-foot downtown dining and entertainment destination opening this summer at 901 W Sheridan.As Oklahoma City trails expand, recreation, functionality are served
At more than 80 miles and growing, Oklahoma City's trails are becoming a functional system that can serve walkers, runners and bicyclists who ride for fun or commute to work. MAPS 3 is adding 28 miles to the system, with the 7.5-mile West River trail already open and providing a link from downtown and Bricktown to Lake Overholser.What to do in Oklahoma on June 26, 2017: Check out the Prix de West...
Artist T. Allen Lawson is the winner of both the 2017 Robert Lougheed Memorial Award and Prix de West Purchase Award for his painting "The Nursery Tree" at the Prix de West event at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City, Okla. Photo by Paul Hellstern, The Oklahoman View work by some of the most acclaimed Western artists in the country at the 45th Annual Prix de West Invitational Art Exhibition & Sale, on view through Aug. 6 at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63. The Prix de West is the museum's largest annual fundraiser and features more than 300 Western paintings and sculptures by the nation's finest contemporary artists.
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