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Gallery – Fiestas de las Americas illustrates diversity of Hispanic culture

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Every year the Fiestas de las Americas parade in Oklahoma City is a clear example of the diversity of Latin America and then, Latin Americans in the U.S.
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Night before clergy abuse report released, 37 new boxes of info delivered

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A report on the decades-long clergy abuse of minors is incomplete due to the arrival of 37 boxes of unexamined files delivered the night before its release.
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Eleven named in Archdiocese of OKC clergy abuse report, none still active

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The Archdiocese of Oklahoma City released a report Thursday naming 11 priests who have "substantiated" evidence of their abuse of minors.
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Homeland to build new full-service grocery store on Eastside

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Homeland announced Monday that it will build a new state-of-the-art grocery store at NE 36th Street and Lincoln Boulevard to open late 2020 or early 2021.
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Black leaders and mayor recall past civil rights gains – point to future needs

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Sunday, black leaders vowed to continue the fight for racial justice in the future as they recalled past gains in Oklahoma City to end segregation.
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Buy for Less owners promise full grocery on east side in 60-90 days

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Owners of the Best Buy company announced late Friday that they intend to open an Uptown Grocery on the east side of Oklahoma City near NE 36th and N Kelley.
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Councilwoman Nice – “history repeating itself” in grocery store closing

Councilwoman Nikki Nice is pushing more investment from community members in the NE quadrant of OKC facing recent news about a grocery store closing.
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Gallery of the OKC Pride Parade – 2019

This gallery is from the OKC Pride Parade 2019 along NW 39th Street in Oklahoma City. This was the first year any OkC Mayor has walked in the parade.

“Rafiki” film elicits tears – commitment to free showings twice Sunday

An unusual indy film for OKC opened Thursday night at Tower Theater with the showing of "Rafiki", an award-winning film by Kenyan director Wanuri Kahiu.

“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.