• Former Kingfisher mayor gets $25K fine

    BY BRIANNA BAILEY  Business Writer  bbailey@oklahoman.com  | Published: Sat, Aug 1, 2015

    The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation announced Friday that former Kingfisher mayor Jack Stuteville, former president and CEO of First Capital Bank, has agreed to pay $25,000 in civil penalties in connection with the failure of the bank in Kingfisher.

  • Small cap rate tells why Belle Isle shopping strip deal is investment

    BY RICHARD MIZE Real Estate Editor richardmize@oklahoman.com | Published: Sat, Aug 1, 2015

    It was the capitalization rate, not final sales cost, that defined the deal for Belle Isle Station Shopping Center as an investment. It also spoke to the enhanced national image Oklahoma City now has.

  • VA hears from metro-area advocates on ways to serve American Indians in need

    Published: Sat, Aug 1, 2015

    Veterans, tribal leaders and health care providers discussed how to better serve homeless American Indian veterans and other topics at the Southern Plains Region Veterans Training Summit in Norman.

  • Judge asks about OKC bombing co-conspirator Nichols' guns

    By Robert Boczkiewicz For The Oklahoman | Published: Sat, Aug 1, 2015

    The Oklahoma City bombing co-conspirator wants the guns to be sold to benefit his ex-wife and children.

  • On OK County jail: ‘We don’t want business as usual’

    By William Crum Staff Writerwcrum@oklahoman.com | Updated: Fri, Jul 31, 2015

    A study group looking at the Oklahoma County jail wants to replace te 24-year-old embattled lockup.

  • CLICKS AND MORTAR: Local online boutique to open Oklahoma City shop

    BY BRIANNA BAILEY Business Writer  bbailey@oklahoman.com  | Published: Sat, Aug 1, 2015

    Crystal Bland launched www.miloandlilyboutique.com just six months ago and was able to earn back her entire investment in the business within a month and a half, and now has a store in Oklahoma City.

  • After heavy July rains, Oklahoma is on pace to break record for rainiest year

    BY SILAS ALLEN Staff Writer sallen@oklahoman.com | Updated: Fri, Jul 31, 2015

    Much of the state saw above-average rainfall in the month, according to the Oklahoma Mesonet weather network. Coming on the heels of the second-wettest spring on record, that extra rainfall has put the state on pace to break a 58-year-old record for the most rain it’s seen in a single year.

  • Demand for domestic industrial natural gas may increase soon

    By Adam Wilmoth Energy Editor awilmoth@oklahoman.com | Updated: Fri, Jul 31, 2015

    The Oklahoma economy, is still more dependent on natural gas than oil, even though oil production has ballooned over the past few years.

  • BBB issues warning about travel websites that promise too much

    BY PAULA BURKES | Updated: Fri, Jul 31, 2015

    The Better Business Bureau's Kitt Letcher cautions consumers about travel websites.

  • TURNING THE PAGE: Conversion of former Oklahoma City school into apartments is moving ahead despite recent fires

    BY STEVE LACKMEYER Business Writer slackmeyer@oklahoman.com | Updated: Fri, Jul 31, 2015

    The school, at NE 6 and Stonewall, closed in 1993 and was bought by developer Ron Bradshaw for $950,000 last year at an auction by Oklahoma City Public Schools. Fencing is going up this week, and preconstruction will be starting this next month, Bradshaw said.

  • Playing it safe: Gyms, safe rooms going up across Oklahoma City school district

    By TIM WILLERT Staff Writer twillert@oklahoman.com | Updated: Fri, Jul 31, 2015

    Gyms and other areas at some Oklahoma City schools are being reinforced to serve as safe rooms that would protect students during dangerous weather.

  • Oklahoma City Riverfront Development Authority faces first deficit

    By William Crum Staff Writerwcrum@Oklahoman.com | Updated: Fri, Jul 31, 2015

    For the first time, the agency that handles the development along the Oklahoma River is facing a deficit.

  • OKC's Paycom must pay $20K, change logo after losing case

    BY BRIANNA BAILEY Business Writer bbailey@oklahoman.com  | Updated: Fri, Jul 31, 2015

    Oklahoma City-based Paycom Software Inc. is changing its new logo after losing a federal trademark infringement lawsuit with NFP Corp., an advisory and brokerage services company based in New York.

  • Norman Notes

    BY JANE GLENN CANNON STAFF WRITER jcannon@oklahoman.com | Updated: Fri, Jul 31, 2015

    Norman Notes for July 31, 2015

  • Highway bill clears Senate hurdle

    By Chris Casteel Washington Bureau ccasteel@oklahoman.com | Updated: Fri, Jul 31, 2015

    A $350 billion measure that would provide Oklahoma with $4.2 billion in funding cleared the Senate on Thursday.

  • Movie review: 'The Stanford Prison Experiment'

    BY GRAHAM LEE BREWER Staff Writer gbrewer@oklahoman.com | Published: Fri, Jul 31, 2015

    "The Stanford Prison Experiment" gives an inside look at prison culture.

  • OKC police dedicate officer to social media

    BY MATT DINGER Staff Writer mdinger@oklahoman.com | Published: Fri, Jul 31, 2015

    Sgt. Jennifer Wardlow, an Oklahoma City police spokeswoman for the last six years, now will manage the department's social media presence and its Crime Stoppers program.

  • Oklahoma City-area home supply shrinks

    BY RICHARD MIZE Real Estate Editor richardmize@oklahoman.com | Published: Fri, Jul 31, 2015

    Homebuyers in the Oklahoma City area had nearly 1,000 fewer houses to pick from at midyear, Realtors say, so prices have increased.

  • Pipeline company lawsuits seek to get project back on track

    By Adam Wilmoth Energy Editor awilmoth@oklahoman.com | Published: Fri, Jul 31, 2015

    Plains Pipeline LP is seeking temporary and permanent injunctions against the landowners and is asking Cleveland County District Court to enforce the company's use of eminent domain for the Red River II pipeline project.

  • Selected state agencies in Oklahoma to assist voter registration

    By Rick M. Green Capitol Bureau  rmgreen@oklahoman.com | Published: Fri, Jul 31, 2015

    Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin said, "State agencies will now be doing more to give Oklahomans the chance to exercise their voting rights and get involved with their communities."




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