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Things you must do while living in Oklahoma

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What are things in Oklahoma you absolutely must do while living in the state? We asked readers on social media, and they responded in full force.

“Ace” Greenberg, OKC native and former head of Bear Stearns, dead at 86

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Wall Street legend led Bear Stearns as it grew into one of most profitable investment banks in history.

The Warthog: Moving from war to weather

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As recently as March 2013, the U.S. Navy Postgraduate School’s A-10 Thunderbolt was flying missions over Afghanistan. Now, it’s sitting at an Oklahoma airport, where a team from Guthrie-based Zivko Aeronautics and the school’s Center for Interdisciplinary Remotely-Piloted Aircraft Studies is turning the combat jet into a storm-chasing aircraft.

Cat video festival to stop in Oklahoma City

Life | Published: Wed, Jul 16, 2014 | Comment on this article Leave a comment

On Saturday, the Internet Cat Video Festival will make its Oklahoma stop from 7 to 10 p.m. at the Myriad Botanical Gardens’ Great Lawn in Oklahoma City.

Locally developed delicacy, Chicken in the Rough, once sold at restaurants nationwide

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Beverly’s created a dish that spanned the globe.

What's your song of the summer?

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Three weeks into Summer 2014, some serious contenders are emerging for the song of the summer. The Oklahoman wants to know your favorite. Top songs of summer since 1985

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OU fan buys TexsaSports.com to troll Texas fans after spelling error

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If there’s one thing the Texas Longhorns learned today, it’s to never give Sooner fans an opening to mess with you — because they will. Earlier today it was revealed the University of Texas misspelled Texas in the footer of every page of...

'It's just a tragedy': Mother, son in murder-suicide leave 8-year-old twins behind

News | Yesterday

In the wake of the death of a 17-year-old boy and his mother as a result of an apparent suicide pact, Tulsa police released figures showing the suicide rate in the city is higher this year than the two previous.

Former Oklahoma State wide receiver Justin Blackmon arrested on marijuana possession complaint

News | Yesterday

Police found a marijuana blunt weighing three grams in a cigar box inside a car Blackmon was driving following a traffic stop, according to an Edmond police report.

Apartment boom is rocking Oklahoma

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Norman-based Commercial Realty Resources Co. and UBS Financial Services Inc. agree: Oklahoma is where the investment action is for multifamily properties.

Federal statutes clash in juice labeling case

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Crowe’s Tynia Watson discusses the recent Supreme Court case between juice maker POM Wonderful and Coca Cola. Based on the decision, companies can’t rely solely on approval from the FDA to know whether their labels are fair

Adopt a Pet

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A Bernese mountain dog mix is the adoptable pet of the week in Norman.



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