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Eleven named in Archdiocese of OKC clergy abuse report, none still active

The Archdiocese of Oklahoma City released a report Thursday naming 11 priests who have "substantiated" evidence of their abuse of minors.
Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration

Leaders push unity, hard work in response to racism

Leaders opened and closed a series of Martin Luther King, Jr. celebrations Sunday afternoon with the same urgent words: “We have work to do!” Oklahoma...
Supt Aurora Lora - presser

OKCPS Supt to Hispanic students: “You are safe”

Tuesday, the Trump administration announced its intent to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, known as DACA, by March 5, 2018. Minutes later...

“Gay agenda” is following footsteps of Jesus says Pride service preacher

The first Pride ecumenical worship service in the history of Oklahoma City filled Mayflower Congregational Church Wednesday.

Homeless Alliance provides Thanksgiving meal for eighth year

People with few possessions or financial resources enjoyed good food, fellowship, and care from volunteers at the Oklahoma City Homeless Alliance Wednesday.
Ride of Silence OKC

Ride of Silence honors those cyclists killed by autos

The first ever Ride of Silence in downtown Oklahoma City Wednesday evening joined with other Ride of Silence events worldwide.
Plaza Mayor sign stranded

Stranded but resilient, Plaza Mayor merchants start over

Mall merchants were left stranded within weeks of the busiest shopping days of the year when Plaza Mayor mall closed Oct. 31. The notice they...
OKC March for women rights

Hundreds come to Okla Capitol for Women’s March

“We’re pissed off and we’re not going anywhere,” said Krystal Lambert. It seemed to represent the general tone of the 2018 version of the...
Supt Aurora Lora

Supt responds to Confederate generals school name concerns

National events are forcing local Oklahoma City Public Schools leaders to respond to heightened concerns about four schools the district says are named after...
Gloria Torres and DACA recipients

DACA recipients, supporters speak out

Tuesday was a hard day for DACA recipients. Tears, hope, anger and bewilderment were all in display at a news conference in Oklahoma City and...