With no eyewitnesses, no murder weapon and only the barest of circumstantial evidence, the men on the jury were asked to convict a man and send him to his death simply because he was black and wore winter attire near the murder of a white man.
Workers renovating Emerson High School found 100-year-old chalkboard drawings.
Without uniting these cities on important issues, we might lose our ability to put our state on the map in a positive light.
Mayor Mick Cornett’s new documentary gives an intimate look at the struggles OKC overcame to reinvent itself.
As multi-screen theater complexes grew in popularity and the population dwindled in urban OKC, Tower Theatre slowly declined until abruptly closing.
Curated by well-known OKC-based artist Romy Owens, OKC125 is a public exhibition of 125 photos of downtown Oklahoma City by 125 local artists.
OKG was launched Oct. 15, 1979, by owner and publisher Bill Bleakley. Today, its cume readership tops 206,000.
A $185,000 grant will allow Oklahoma City to organize historic documents dating back to 1890 and create an online catalog.
In the Sept. 3 issue of Oklahoma Gazette, we reveal the history — and modern influence — of OKC jazz great Charlie Christian. Here, read a Q&A with Christian’s second cousin, Freddy Jenkins.
Oklahoma City celebrated its 125th birthday, which is on the young side as far as American cities go. A birthday celebration at city hall included a guided tour.