The zoo has outgrown its current medical facility and has plans for a new $9 million medical center. Learn more about the new facility in the video above.
A Daily Caller reporter who interrupted President Barack Obama last week during a speech about the president’s new immigration policy appeared on Fox News to defend his actions.
Neil Munro told Sean Hannity that he thought Obama was mid-sentence when he interrupted him.
The only way to ask [Obama] a question at these events is to get him at the end as he’s leaving just before he dashes back to the Oval Office…Yes, I mistimed it. I thought I was getting him at the end and frankly, I was wrong about that,” Munro said.
Police are looking for a man who stole a handgun and $1,000 from the Public Auto Auction in Oklahoma City earlier this year.
Anyone with information is encouraged to call Crime Stoppers at 405-235-7300.
The bright lights of the big screen, often associated with the far, far away land of Hollywood are right in your own backyard this weekend as the deadCenter Film Festival really get’s going starting Friday.
The Oklahoman will fulfill all your needs for reviews of films and profiles on directors and actors over on the Static Blog.
This year’s festival is filled with tons of great flicks; from the Documentary on Bob Marley, ‘Marley’, to the new indie dramedy ‘Take This Waltz’ starring Michelle Williams, Seth Rogen and Sarah Silverman.
DeadCenter, of course, features a fantastic selection this year of homegrown films such as ‘The Dome of Heaven ,’ and ‘Just Crazy Enough‘ starring Chris Kattan and former NBA star Desmond Mason.
Make sure to check out deadCenter‘s website for times and locations of all 100 + movies.
This video was tweeted @NewsOK Thursday and shows local artists’ work and support for the Thunder.
The piece was produced by James Harber, who describes the video as a showcase of the art community’s involvement with the NBA team.
Rep. James Lankford, R-Oklahoma City, has come under scrutiny recently due to a video interview about his thoughts on sexual orientation and passing legislation to protect discrimination in the workplace. (more…)
James Harden has been making headlines lately after he earned the league’s Sixth Man of the Year award and played a key role in the the Thunder’s sweep of the Dallas Mavericks.
And now his facial hair is back in the spotlight too, inspiring a catchy YouTube music video.
The video is called “Beard Like Harden” and has been viewed more than 8,500 times since Thursday. It takes a few shots at the Los Angeles Lakers and even mentions OKC’s Kevin Durant and his lack of facial hair. Check it out.
For more NewsOK Thunder coverage, click here.
President Barack Obama voiced his support for same-sex marriage Wednesday during an interview with Robin Roberts of ABC News.
Obama says he has concluded that it is important for him to affirm that he thinks same-sex couples should be able to get married. He says he came to the conclusion over the course of several years of talking to family and friends.
Gov. Mitt Romney stopped in Oklahoma City Wednesday for a press conference with Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin. When asked about his thoughts on Obama’s statements, Romney said, “My view is that marriage itself is a relationship between a man and a woman, and that’s my own preference.
“I have the same view I’ve had since running for office.”
Editors Rick and Nick talk about the stories you’re going to want to follow this week.