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City panel rejects effort to save Union Bus Station

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Oklahoma City’s Board of Adjustment voted 4-1 to uphold another panel’s decision to demolish the downtown bus station to make way for a garage.

Fire in Stockyards City Thursday heavily damages building

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Firefighters braved frigid temperatures and icy conditions Thursday morning as a large fire caused significant damage to a building in Stockyards City and destroyed many pieces of western and American Indian art.

Running back Joe Mixon will not play in OU's spring game

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OU fans hoping to finally see Mixon in action at this year’s spring game will have to wait a little longer.

Man convicted of fatal bus station stabbing sentenced to death

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Isaiah Tryon, 25, was convicted Friday in Oklahoma County District Court of the first-degree murder of 19-year-old Tia Bloomer. On Thursday, jurors decided that she should be sentenced to the death penalty.

OK Sea preparing for launch in Oklahoma City

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The Deep Deuce development, made of shipping containers, is expected to welcome its first customers in May in Oklahoma City.

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A mammoth dispute: Plan to move Seattle elephants to Oklahoma City draws protests

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A plan to transfer two endangered Asian elephants from Woodlawn Park Zoo in Seattle to the Oklahoma City Zoo is drawing protests from animal rights activists, Seattle City Council members and that city’s leading newspaper.

U.S. Supreme Court justices appear torn by health care subsidies case

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In oral arguments in a case that could determine the survival of the Affordable Care Act, liberal justices and some conservatives seem sympathetic to one side or the other. But justices holding votes that could decide case are not easy...

Art is selected for new Oklahoma City police headquarters

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A California artist’s design will provide an enhanced setting for Oklahoma City’s memorial to fallen police officers.

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Former Oklahoma City Mayor Jim Norick died Wednesday. A large fire caused significant damage to the Bentley-Gafford Company Ranch Store in Stockyards City. Expect highs in the 50s and 60s in the next few days.

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