News Published: Mon, Mar 10, 2014
Under proposed changes, homes in Moore would be built to withstand winds of 135 miles per hour and would require wind-resistent garage doors and hurricane clips on the roof.
Criminal charges filed against Chesapeake Energy
OKC Central: Plans to buy Journal Record building progressing
Prices at the Pump on the Rise
Amidst Deep Deuce revival, fears of a lost history emerge
Chesapeake Loss of $159 Million
Downtown Coolgreens to close during Project 180 construction
Chesapeake to sell three shopping centers, land for $51.8 million
Finance Pop Quiz
Fits like a glove
Prosthetics firm eyes blighted Midtown building for expansion
Busy day for florists
Hobby Lobby Update: Supreme Court Review
Cold Weather Impacts Oklahoma Small Business
New Bethany toning and tanning salon
Ben Stein in OKC
Power To Grow exhibit
Oklahoman business writer Steve Lackmeyer, also the author of five books on Oklahoma City history, delves into why Stage Center...
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The booming oil and natural gas industry over the past six years has led pipeline and other midstream operators struggling to...
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It really is like dating and finding a mate, you know, this home ownership thing – unless it’s just a fling.
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Dave Ramsey: Don’t waste time and money on gambling. One way or another, the house always wins.
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Malcolm Berko: Trinity Industries’ Trinity North American Freight Car Inc. produces a full line of freight cars that...
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