NewsOK: Video updates

Anti-tobacco campaign aims to educate Oklahoma elementary students Groups rally against Oklahoma Gas and Electric Co.'s proposals in rate increase case Federal appeals court rules Oklahoma man's 2007 conviction was unconstitutional Islamic State kills U.S. Navy SEAL in northern Iraq Sanders ekes out victory in Indiana OK Supreme Court rules against alcohol initiative More than 300 rally at Capitol to tell state lawmakers that 'Medicaid matters' Oklahoma City Council reviews fiscal year budget Beer-wine sale petition is struck from state ballot OU baseball: Sooners cruise to win over Oral Roberts Thunder-Spurs: NBA rules officials missed five calls on final possession of Game 2 Fiat Chrysler, Google to cooperate on autonomous minivans Puerto Rico skips bond payments, says Congress must help Devon Energy posts $3.1 billion first-quarter loss

Old medical offices being renovated into Edmond city offices

Published: January 8, 2013

Edmond city employees are moving out of the administration building at 23 First St. They are moving into what was once a medical office building. City officials also purchase building for the information technology department.

Related Articles

Wednesday, May. 4
9:15 AM Sports: OU, OSU, Thunder updates
9:45 AM Rescue Rundown: OK Humane
11:00 AM HeartbeatOK: National Stroke Month
1:30 PM National Politics Review
2:00 PM Allied Arts: 45 day giveaway