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City Sentinel
City Sentinel

Oklahoma City, OK

(405) 605-6062


National Alpaca Farms Days gives visitors a chance to hug an alpaca
09/22/2019 8:33am

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter OKLAHOMA CITY, OK On Saturday, September 28, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Magnolia Blossom Ranch, 2901 NW 16thStreet, in Newcastle, OK will open their doors to the public and host Magnolias & Prayers: Everything Alpaca. Magnolia Blossom Ranch is a member of the Oklahoma AgriTourism Program.

Arts Notebook for September 20-27: Last weekend for “Every Brilliant Thing” (with Pat McGuigan’s review), opening of Limited Run for Painted Sky’s ‘Barber of Seville’
09/20/2019 6:00pm

Patrick B. McGuigan From the Arts Notebook, the final weekend of Every Brilliant Thing reviewed here, the opening of Oklahoma City Repertory Theatres new season, and the start of a limited run for Painted Sky Operas Barber of Seville. In the opening show of OKC Reps 2019-2020 season, actor Jon Haque

An Editor’s Notebook: Friday Climate March, Capitol press conference, Census meeting
09/20/2019 10:13am

Patrick B. McGuigan, Publisher Oklahoma City From an Editors Notebook, environmentalists and allies plan a mid-day march focused on global warming and climate change, an advocate for criminal justice reform visits, and a nonprofit association plans a meeting focused on the U.S. Census. The Youth Climate Rally and March taking place at

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority (Sigma Sigma Omega chapter) supports Langston
09/19/2019 8:34am

The City Sentinel Staff Report Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. AKA has designated September 15-21, 2019 as HBCU Week. During this week members of AKA are encouraged to promote and highlight Historically Black Colleges and Universities. To kick-off its HBCU Week activities, the Sigma Sigma Omega SSO Chapter in Oklahoma City kicked offits HBCU

Paseo Arts Association announces 2019 award recipients
09/19/2019 8:02am

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter OKLAHOMA CITY, OK The Paseo Arts Association has announced its 2019 Awards recipients who will be celebrated at the 13th Annual Paseo Arts Awards Dinner. The event will be held Thursday, November 14 at the Skirvin Hilton Hotel, 1 Park Avenue, in downtown Oklahoma City. A cocktail reception

Journal Record
Journal Record

101 N Robinson Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73102   Directions

(405) 235-3100


Inhofe: Arkansas River system facing $225M backlog in upkeep
09/20/2019 5:10pm

An Arkansas River system that runs from Tulsa to the Mississippi River is facing a $225 million backlog of critical upkeep projects after being hampered for months by historic flooding in Oklahoma, U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe said.

The good, the bad and the puzzling in child abuse and neglect counts
09/20/2019 2:11pm

During the past six years, the number of child abuse cases the most severe form of child maltreatment has plummeted by more than 50, to 1,407 last year.

Study focuses on bird species living in northeast Oklahoma
09/20/2019 11:59am

Birds are more than just winged messengers that can carry a tune or soar through the sky bird species also can act as indicators of environmental health.

Journal Record Week in Review for the week ending Sept. 20, 2019
09/20/2019 11:43am

The Journal Record Week in Review for the week ending Sept. 20, 2019.

‘Middle of the herd’ no more: Amazon tackles climate change
09/19/2019 4:05pm

Online shopping giant Amazon revealed a carbon footprint Thursday that rivals that of a small country and vowed to reduce the damage to the planet by cutting its use of fossil fuels.


444 E Britton Rd
Oklahoma City, OK 73114   Directions

(405) 424-4444


OSU Quarterback Of The Future Shane Illingworth Shares Connections To Oklahoma
09/22/2019 11:41pm

Shane Illingworth is Oklahoma State footballs highest rated high school quarterback commitment since Bobby Reid in 2003. Illingworth calls Norco, California home, but already shares some connections to Oklahoma. The high school senior has family from Perry, Lindsay and Mustang, Oklahoma, so he already knows the OSU football program well. Get to know Shane in our Nate Fekens story from Norco, California.

Senator Bernie Sanders holds campaign rally in Norman
09/22/2019 11:04pm

NORMAN Senator Bernie Sanders made his first 2020 campaign stop in Oklahoma on Sunday. The presidential hopeful spoke to more than 4,000 supporters at Reaves park in Norman. Sanders was introduced by Norman Mayor Breea Clark, she presented him with an OU hat when he took the stage. During his speech Sanders stuck to the same message hes had his entire campaign. Some of his key points were climate change, health care for all, and eliminating college debt. Hes

Wings special needs community to host fall festival
09/22/2019 10:00pm

EDMOND, Okla. A local special needs community is hosting four weekends of fall-related activities at its annual Fall Festival and Pumpkin Patch. Theyve got a lot of beautiful pumpkins out there, said visitor Jerry Allen, who brought his grandkids to the event. The annual event kicked off the season a little early to get everyone in the fall spirit. We have pony rides, pumpkin train rides, Wings Executive Director Cheri Weaver said. We have the most unique pumpkins in

PHOTOS: Border Wall in San Diego
09/22/2019 7:11pm

SAN DIEGO, Calif. Border Report The border wall begins in the Pacific Ocean and stretches some 14 miles inland through San Diego. This stretch of wall is 18 feet tall and was recently labeled a world class security system by President Trump. At Friendship Park, that wall serves as a spot for families and loved ones to unite. For four hours on both Saturday and Sunday, people can greet each other through the border fence. Photojournalist Ozzie Carillo captured

Despite border wall, families in two countries unite in Friendship Park
09/22/2019 7:09pm

SAN DIEGO, Calif. BORDER REPORT Friendship Park is the only place along the southern California border where people can legally walk up to the fence and touch people on the other side. On the American side of the park, youll find a handful of people waiting to greet loved ones or enjoying the view of the beach. On the Mexican side, youll find thousands of people and an almost celebratory atmosphere with music, food and fun. On this side,


1228 E Wilshire Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK 73111   Directions

(405) 478-3434



1300 E Britton Rd
Oklahoma City, OK 73131   Directions

(405) 478-3000


2019 Emmy Awards: "Game of Thrones" wins fourth best drama Emmy
09/22/2019 10:19pm

Which shows and stars do you want to win

See who took home an Emmy Award
09/22/2019 10:13pm

The winners for the 71st Primetime Emmy Awards are being announced Sunday.

Here's the Supreme Court case Laverne Cox talked about on the Emmys red carpet
09/22/2019 9:36pm

The Orange is the New Black actress has frequently used her platform to advocate against LGBTQ discrimination.

See all the best looks from the 2019 Emmy Awards
09/22/2019 9:10pm

Which red carpet looks did you like the most

Alex Borstein calls on women to 'step out of line' in moving Emmy speech
09/22/2019 8:27pm

Alex Borsteins second consecutive Emmy Awards acceptance speech for supporting actress in a comedy was funny with an undercurrent of seriousness.

KOKC News Talk 1520 AM
KOKC News Talk 1520 AM

400 E Britton Rd
Oklahoma City, OK 73114   Directions

(405) 478-5104



1228 E Wilshire Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK 73111   Directions

(405) 843-2525


KTOK NewsRadio 1000 AM
KTOK NewsRadio 1000 AM

1900 Northwest Expy
Oklahoma City, OK 73118   Directions

(405) 840-5271


KTUZ-TV Telemundo 30
KTUZ-TV Telemundo 30

5101 S Shields Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK 73129   Directions

(405) 616-9900



7401 N Kelley Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73111   Directions

(405) 843-6641


Sen. Bernie Sanders Addresses Healthcare, Criminal Justice Reform And Climate Change During Norman Rally
09/22/2019 9:29pm

Many democrats in Oklahoma are still feeling the Bern after Democratic Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders rally in the Sooner State Sunday. I think Im going to be saying a few things here in Oklahoma that you dont usually hear i

'I Was Praying That I Would Survive:' Owasso Lyft Driver Describes Terrifying Alleged Assault
09/22/2019 10:06pm

An Owasso Lyft driver said shes in fear for her safety after a passenger allegedly assaulted her. I was praying that I would survive, Stephanie Hopkins told News on 6. She said its a ride she will never forget. I was just trying to give a passenger

Thieves Target Gym, Steal Thousands Of Dollars In Items From Woman's Car In NW OKC
09/22/2019 9:36pm

Police are looking for two suspects after they used a stolen credit card that was taken from a car at 10 Gym off of Northwest Expressway. Monica Massie was one of the victims. She said it all started when she saw a woman walk into the gym while she was wo

Altus Police Investigating Homicide At Apple Creek Apartments
09/22/2019 11:40am

Altus police are investigating a shooting deathat the Apple creek Apts.

2 Suspects In Custody Following Pursuit, Crash Of U-Haul In NW OKC
09/21/2019 4:10pm

The Oklahoma City Police Department said two suspects are in custody following a pursuit that began in northwest Oklahoma City. According to police, the suspects were reportedly shoplifting from Dicks Sporting Goods located at Reno and MacArthur. Police s

The Oklahoman
The Oklahoman

4725 Council Heights Rd
Oklahoma City, OK 73179   Directions

(405) 475-3311


Census Bureau struggles to recruit workers due to low unemployment
09/23/2019 12:00am

By Kayla BranchStaff writerkbranchoklahoman.comBecause of record low unemployment rates, the U.S. Census Bureau is struggling to find enough workers to fill the ranks for the upcoming 2020 count.It is especially challenging in Oklahoma, where the 3.2 unemployment rate is lower than the national average of 3.7, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.Three percent unemployment essentially means there is no unemployment, said Shane Ousey, the census area manager for Kansas, Oklahoma and Dallas.So what we have been doing is appealing to peoples patriotism and sense of duty.Read more on NewsOK.com

Oklahoma legislator rents apartment from energy lobbyist
09/23/2019 12:00am

By Carmen FormanStaff writercformanoklahoman.comOne of Oklahomas most powerful legislators has rented a garage apartment in Oklahoma City from an OGE Energy Corp.Read more on NewsOK.com

OKC Civic Life for Sept. 23, 2019
09/23/2019 12:00am

By William CrumStaff writerwcrumoklahoman.comPark ready for visitorsThe contractor turns the 36-acre upper section of the MAPS 3 downtown park over to the Scissortail Park Foundation this week.Read more on NewsOK.com

Stitt’s pick for land office lacks required degree, has faced lawsuits
09/23/2019 12:00am

By Paul MoniesOklahoma WatchGov. Kevin Stitts pick to head the Commissioners of the Land Office lacks the advanced degree needed to become permanent secretary and has owned a company involved in legal disputes over oil and gas leases.The Legislature would have to change the jobs qualifications to allow acting secretary Brandt Vawter to become secretary.Vawter was appointed in June to lead the Land Office, which manages a $2.4 billion portfolio of oil and gas assets, agricultural land and commercial property to benefit Oklahoma education.Read more on NewsOK.com

Red pandas get their own day
09/23/2019 12:00am

Staff reportThe Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden observed International Red Panda Day on Saturday an event designed to inform thousands of people in more than 100 zoos worldwide about the endangered species.Although the red panda has a similar name and comes from a similar part of the world, it is not related to the black and white pandas for which China is famous.Read more on NewsOK.com

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