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A new Hoyt Advisory Services Study commissioned by the National Apartment Association and National Multifamily Housing Council found that the apartment industry... [Read More]
The Oklahoma Corporation Commission's 2019 Oil and Gas Institute is set Sept. 27 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Oklahoma City University Meinders... [Read More]
Oklahoma's unemployment rate was 3.2% in August, unchanged from July. [Read More]
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Tower Theatre has purchased Ponyboy. [Read More]
AT&T has signed a 15-year, 160-megawatt virtual power purchase agreement for Frontier Windpower II. [Read More]
Wings over Weatherford will be returning on Sept. 28 for the third year to the Stafford Air and Space Museum in Weatherford. [Read More]
Attorney Sharla J. Frost will be the guest speaker at the Women's Entrepreneur Seminar at Southeastern Oklahoma State University on Oct. 22. [Read More]
David Quy, 62, who practiced medicine in Warr Acres, has been indicted for dispensing opioids illegally and identity theft, according to U.S. Attorney Timothy J... [Read More]
Students at Epic Charter Schools will now have access to mental health counseling through a partnership between Epic and YouthCare of Oklahoma and YCO Alliance. [Read More]
Southeastern Oklahoma State University has selected four distinguished graduates. [Read More]
Oklahoma's active drilling rig count reached its lowest level since 2016 Friday, dropping to 66, down 10 rigs from the week before, according to Baker... [Read More]
The National Indian Gaming Association has sided with sovereign nations within Oklahoma at odds with the state over the future of a legal compact that... [Read More]
The 16th annual Champions of Health Gala will be Thursday at Tulsa's Cox Business Center. [Read More]
Stephenson Cancer Center at OU Medicine has started a new clinical trial testing an immunotherapy drug for men who are on active surveillance. [Read More]
Lawmakers should consider more than doubling the annual appropriation for upkeep of state-owned properties valued at $14 billion, an executive involved in an... [Read More]
The Oklahoma Corporation Commission approved a settlement Thursday to not change Oklahoma Gas & Electric customer rates. [Read More]
No matter how it plays out, Gov. Kevin Stitt will come to regret the unnecessary fight he picked with Oklahoma's tribes over gaming compacts. [Read More]
Ladies, check your closets. Fall is upon us and Penn Square Mall in Oklahoma City is going to offer you everything that's new in fashion... [Read More]
Casinos' resistance to compact renegotiation is not due to any auto-renewal debate. [Read More]
While I am proud of our progress in our community, I spend very little time talking about what it takes to sustain an educated real... [Read More]
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