Students saw an NBA superstar, the superintendent saw 1,200 new books for an underprivileged school and the principal was in tears.
A couple who successfully defeated Oklahoma’s ban on same-sex marriage recently learned that they also will have legal fees paid by the county clerk’s office that fought against their effort.
In honor of their mother, two sisters help bring lung cancer awareness run to OKC.
Oklahoma City is home to one of 14 proton therapy treatment centers in the United States.
In the latest campaign ad from Fallin, Dorman is painted as a mini-Obama.
A dusty field off the Oklahoma River will soon be one of the world’s premier whitewater rafting facilities.
Few things excite the locals more than the promise of what the future holds.
OKG was launched Oct. 15, 1979, by owner and publisher Bill Bleakley. Today, its cume readership tops 206,000.
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When Oklahoma Gazette first hit stands in 1979, it came at a turning point for Oklahoma City.