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King’s Crossing, NE 23 and Martin Luther King Ave., will be anchored by an Uptown Market, with other tenants to include a medical complex and an education component. Drawing provided

Northeast Oklahoma City area declared blighted

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A new study shows the area is struggling with high unemployment and crime, plummeting home ownership, unsafe conditions and crumbling buildings and infrastructure.

Joe Mixon will not report for team activities while under investigation

Sports | Updated: 8 hr ago

The freshman running back is being investigated for allegedly assaulting a 20-year-old female OU student early last Friday morning. “Joe Mixon is not reporting for team activities at this time,” a statement from the OU athletics department read. More OU

Mick Cornett brought the big-time to Oklahoma City

Sports | Published: Wed, Jul 30, 2014 | Comment on this article Leave a comment

It was March 2008, and the NBA had dispatched a small army of decision-makers to Oklahoma City, a place long seen as a minor-league town. The question they sought to answer: was the city ready to have a big-league team of its own?

Oklahoma City metro has one of the wettest Julys on record

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State weather experts say this July has not only been cooler than average, it has been one of the wettest on state record, giving some parts of the state much needed rain.

OKC Central News Briefs - Midtown's Town House Hotel, Citizens Bank on NW 23

Business | Published: Thu, Jul 31, 2014 | Comment on this article Leave a comment

So much is going on, I’m resorting to a round-up on some ongoing stories and ones to keep an eye on over the next weeks and months. We’re...

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Former Marine makes 2,700-mile trek across nation, stopping in Oklahoma

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Justin Kuhel, a former Marine, is making a 2,700-mile trek across the nation to raise money for military veterans.

Use of social media to promote animal adoptions causes problems for Norman shelter

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Shelters in Oklahoma City area increasingly use social media to promote animal adoptions, but officials at the Norman shelter say some postings can be problematic.




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