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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

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Garland Jeffreys to give ACM@UCO master class in downtown Oklahoma City

Delivering on its pledge to connect students directly to today's music industry, the Academy of Contemporary Music at the University of Central Oklahomawill host a master class with acclaimed musician Garland Jeffreys at 2 p.m. Sept. 14. The class will take place in the ACM@UCO Songwriting Room on the first floor of the academy at 25 S Oklahoma Ave. Jeffreys is best-known for his 1977 hit single "Wild In The Streets," as well as for his many collaborations and performances with artists including Bruce Springsteen, U2, Lou Reed, James Taylor and John Cale, among many others.

2 inmates who escaped in northwest Oklahoma may be armed

Major County Sheriff Steve Randolph says inmates Andrew Foy and Darren Walp overpowered two transport officers about 3:30 a.m. Tuesday and took the van on U.S. 412 north of Fairview. The small city is about 80 miles northwest of Oklahoma City.

What to do in Oklahoma on Aug. 22, 2017: Hear Yes, Todd Rundgren and...

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame-inducted progressive rock outfit Yes, 1970s pop wunderkind Todd Rundgren and former Emerson, Lake and Palmer drummer Carl Palmer will bring their Yestival to Oklahoma City at 6:30 tonight at the Zoo Amphitheatre, 2101 NE 50. Yes is planning to play crowd-pleasers from the group's first 10 albums, and Palmer will deliver ELP fan favorites, delivered by a group of musicians replacing the late stars Keith Emerson and Greg Lake on keyboards and vocals/guitar, respectively.

Crews Called To House Fire In Ne Okc

Oklahoma City Firefighters were called out to the home, located near NE 20th and Jordan Avenue. According to authorities, a family was inside the home at the start of the fire.

Overcoming missteps, Tower rises again on Oklahoma City's NW 23 Street

When Pivot Project partners David Wanzer, Jonathan Dodson and Ben Sellers bought the Tower Theatre at 425 NW 23 Street in 2014, their dreams and excitement were shared by thousands who longed to see the landmark brought back to life. But the debut of the first tenant, the Savings & Loan Bar, was not immediately followed by the reopening of the theater as was planned.

Slippery slope possible with school name changes

THE Oklahoma City school district is on its way to potentially changing the names of four schools deemed offensive, yet it now appears two of the four are being targeted for no reason. If true, this is an example of what can happen when assumptions trump facts.

Stolen Business Pickup Reportedly Used In Metro Car Burglaries

Surveillance footage from Saturday evening at the Fastenal facility in southeast Oklahoma City shows a man crossing the street and into the parking lot. Shortly after, the stolen pickup barrels out onto Sooner Road.

Donor agrees to pay to remove Confederate officers names from Oklahoma City schools

A local attorney with ties to Oklahoma City Public Schools has agreed to pay to remove all signs and symbols associated with Confederate officers that are in district schools. "I don't want to live in a community where precious innocent children of color would have to walk into a school that is named in honor of someone who is a leader in an organization who fought a war to be able to treat people just like them as property," he said.

Second annual AMP Festival to celebrate women in music and art Saturday in Oklahoma City

More than a dozen acts prominently featuring female musicians are on the lineup for the second annual AMP Festival, set for noon to 8 p.m. Saturday on Ninth Street in Oklahoma City's historic Automobile Alley. The lineup includes LCG and the X, Miillie Mesh, Sara Loethen, The So Help Me's, Ashton Edminster, QueensOfNoise, Felina Rivera, Katie Williams, Odessa I Reign, Should Been Blonde, Audra and the Whippoorwills, Tara Henry and Haniwa.

Oklahoma City Ballet to offer dance class for Parkinson's Disease patients

Participants go through a series of moves at a Dance for Parkinson's Disease class with the Brooklyn, New York-based Mark Morris Dance Group. Oklahoma City Ballet will be begin offering a similar class in September.

Mother Of Two Killed In Hit-And-Run; OKC Police ID Suspect Vehicle

Oklahoma City police have new information in a deadly hit-and-run that killed a mother of two. Investigators identified the victim as 27-year-old Kaeloni Tauvao.

Unlucky in love, Minnesota man sues ex-girlfriend in Oklahoma for fraud

Claiming he was misled, a Minnesota man sued his former girlfriend in Oklahoma for fraud after she broke up with him. "She gave me hope, false hope," Arturo Eguia-Welch, 40, said in testimony about Journi Lynn Bentley, 29, of Yukon.

City officials announce road closures on Penn Ave. between N.W. 178th and N.W. 192nd

Beginning on Wednesday, Pennsylvania Avenue will be temporarily closed between NW 178th and NW 192nd streets for widening and drainage improvements. The project should be finished in fall 2018.

Jogger struck by vehicle and killed Sunday in Moore, police reports

A jogger was killed Sunday by a vehicle that hit him, according to police reports. Robert Andrew Griffioen, 29, of Oklahoma City was fatally struck, police report.

What to do in Oklahoma on Aug. 21, 2017: Check out the eclipse activities at Science Museum Oklahoma

In this photo taken Friday, Aug. 18, 2017, Poureal Long, a fourth grader at Clardy Elementary School in Kansas City, Mo., practices the proper use of eclipse glasses in anticipation of Monday's solar eclipse. AP photo The first total solar eclipse to occur in the continental United States in nearly 40 years is happening today.

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The hourly parking lot at Will Rogers World Airport will be closed for about two weeks for work on the airport's new parking system. Once new entrance and exit gates and other equipment are up and running throughout the airport's garages and lots, prepaid parking, expedited exit lanes, and other amenities will go live.

Trump, First Lady Pull Out Of Kennedy Center Honors To Avoid "Political Distraction"

Trump, First Lady Pull Out Of Kennedy Center Honors To Avoid "Po - - Oklahoma City, OK - News, Weather, Video and Sports President Trump and first lady Melania Trump will sit out this year's Kennedy Center Honors after several honorees said they would boycott a traditional reception at the White House ahead of the December ceremony. "The President and First Lady have decided not to participate in this year's activities to allow the honorees to celebrate without any political distraction," White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in a statement Saturday morning.

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