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It's supposed to be impressive from the ground and a thrilling experience from over 200 feet in the air, but first, the Bricktown Design committee has to be convinced that the patch of land is the right spot for the amusement ride.
Regional Food Bank officials say through July 25, any child 18 and under can receive free meals this summer through the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma's Summer Feeding program.
The man accused of murdering another man and dismembering his body has testified about some of the grisly details of the crime.
The National Weather Service says up to 3 inches of rain fell early Wednesday, with an additional half-inch to inch of rain possible in the morning.
Lightning from early morning thunderstorms is to blame for a 4-alarm fire at a 3-story home in the Nichols Hills area.
SAYING HE'S BEING STRIPPED OF CASH. KOCO'S BREE STEPHAN ON THE LIGHT. STRIPPED OF BUSINESS.
The recently released felon suspected of seven sexual assaults in Tulsa claimed in prison he had become "a changed and different person."
It hasn't been a sweet week for the Oklahoma City-based owners of Dippin' Dots ice cream, which also owns a sizable chunk of the flailing cupcake chain Crumbs Bake Shop Inc. Dippin' Dots, had hoped to partner with Crumbs on co-branding, cross-branding and distribution of its flash-frozen ice cream pellets before the bake shop abruptly closed all of ... (more)
The Emergency Medical Services Authority has extended the first heat alert of the summer as temperatures in the Oklahoma City metro have yet to drop.
Officials say federal agents arrested Manuel Barron-Hernandez, 40, Juan Carlos Salinas, 19, and Roberto Olivas-Chavez, 31, and charged them with conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute over 3,300 pounds of marijuana.
About 2:30 p.m., Lien Nguyen, 70, was working the counter at the Best Stop Food Mart, 2331 S Central Ave., when a woman came in and pointed a gun at her, police said.
UPDATE: 10:12 a.m. The W Wilshire Boulevard off-ramp from the John Kilpatrick Turnpike is closed due to an overturned cement truck.
AIR FORCE BASE, IT FEELS LIKE 106Ao. YES, THAT IS HOT. WHAT CAN WE GET READY FOR TONIGHT? TEMPERATURES MILD, 76 STILL WALLER.
A metro water-well drilling company is seeing a significant increase in broken pipes and concerns over water-well collapses.
A very different Springhill Suites Hotel is being pitched by developer Atul Patel in Bricktown after an earlier effort to build the hotel in Deep Deuce was opposed by area residents.
Architect Rand Elliott announced Monday he is developing a master plan for the block of Harrison Avenue and NW 4, a triangle-shaped property that has been home to his firm Elliott Associates Architects for almost 20 years.
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Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 02:51 am
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