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Crowd of 20,000 hits Open Streets OKC


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Ben Felder
For a few hours on Sunday afternoon, a portion of 23rd St. west of Interstate 235 was closed to automobile traffic while tens of thousands of people reclaimed the asphalt for cycling, walking and having a good time.
 
Monday, March 31, 2014

Oklahoma civil rights leader's recordings now available


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Jennifer Chancellor
The Oklahoma Historical Society last week released audio files from the Clara Luper Collection, now available on the Oklahoma Historical Society Oral History YouTube Channel.
 
Monday, March 31, 2014

Women in Oklahoma lawsuit to allow gay marriage will be in OKC on Saturday


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Jennifer Chancellor
The four women at the center of Oklahoma’s marriage equality lawsuit will be in Oklahoma City for a meet-and-greet, 5-7 p.m. Saturday at Chi Gallery, 2300 NW 17th St.
 
Friday, March 28, 2014

Flip's Wine Bar & Trattoria faces uncertain future


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Gazette staff
Flip's Wine Bar & Trattoria's owners were informed March 24 that their lease would not be renewed, according to documents obtained by Oklahoma Gazette.
 
Friday, March 28, 2014

Dorman says he’s an underdog who’s gaining ground


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Ben Felder
The March Madness college basketball tournament brings out America’s love for an underdog, and Joe Dorman, D-Rush Springs, Democratic candidate for Oklahoma governor, hopes that spirit carries over to his campaign to unseat Gov. Mary Fallin.
 
Friday, March 28, 2014

Cornett talks transportation with U.S. Senate committee


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Ben Felder
Oklahoma City’s relationship with the federal government concerning transportation projects isn’t perfect, but it’s getting better, Oklahoma City Mayor Mick Cornett told a congressional committee Thursday.
 
Thursday, March 27, 2014

City sales tax falls short of expectations


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Ben Felder
Sales tax collections fell short of initial estimates in March, but city officials don’t believe it’s time to panic just yet.
 
Thursday, March 27, 2014

Fields & Futures partners with Energy soccer


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Devon Green
Oklahoma City’s Soccer Team, the Energy FC recently welcomed local business leader Tim McLaughlin as an equal partner in their management team.
 
Thursday, March 27, 2014

Beacon on the hill

A longtime Capitol Hill newspaper closes after 109-year run.


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Angela Botzer
Growing up in the newspaper publishing business, David Sellers had journalism and publishing in his blood. When he recently sold the newspaper originally purchased by his father, Eugene Sellers, in 1945, a lot of fond memories were packaged up in the two-story brick building on SW 25th Street.
 
Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Friday's party before the party


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Devon Green
Midtown is hosting a Open House Block Party (OHBP), 6-9 p.m. Friday. Midtown businesses will open their doors offering special treats for shoppers during the party.
 
Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Family wants investigation into conduct of officer


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Ben Felder
The family of a man who died while in police custody is asking for an independent investigation into an officer who was involved in a shooting on Sunday morning.
 
Wednesday, March 26, 2014

What the frack?

What is hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking”? Is the practice contributing to the spike in Oklahoma earthquakes? Scientists’ conclusions differ.


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Angela Chambers
With the state’s earthquake swarm and national exposure adding a heavy workload to the Oklahoma Geological Survey, a new colleague joined the once-solitary seismologist at the survey last month.
 
Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Moore’s code

The city council passed a measure to ensure new homes in Moore will be built to withstand strong winds.


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Kelley Chambers
Over the past 42 years, Marvin Haworth has built homes all around Moore and has, unfortunately, seen some of those same homes reduced to piles of rubble after being hit by tornadoes.
 
Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Hope and dignity

Be The Change founder helps lead Oklahoma City’s homeless population to hope and homes.


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Joey Stipek
On a February morning, Jonathan Roberts braces himself, first for the freezing weather and then for what he will encounter in a wooded area near northwest Oklahoma City. He is headed for a homeless encampment created out of signs, shopping carts, beat-up tents and whatever else can be reclaimed to provide warmth and shelter.
 
Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Oklahoma City Council takes first step in NE redevelopment


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Ben Felder
A vision of a vibrant economic corridor along NE 23rd Street came into focus Tuesday as the Oklahoma City Council took the first step to create a tax incentive district.
 
Tuesday, March 25, 2014
 
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