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Sisu, a provider for youth experiencing homelessness, has been providing care in Oklahoma City and is now set to develop its own facility.
With temperatures in single digits, the City of Oklahoma City and other organizations are preparing to offer shelter from the killing cold.
Oklahoma City is preparing the final pass for storm debris removal beginning February 1. Remaining storm debris should be moved to the curb.
It was a year like none other for the decades-old Red Andrews Christmas Dinner that had to spread out across multiple locations this year.
Previously held at the Cox Convention Center, due to the pandemic, toys and food will be for pick-up only at four locations Christmas Eve.
A disaster is in the making for the Oklahoma City metro as the pandemic takes its toll on the economy and more people are becoming homeless.
As Oklahoma was rocked by an unseasonably early ice storm at the beginning of the week, the city’s shelter network hurried to develop a plan.
Food insecurity in Oklahoma City showed at a food give-away by the Chabad Community Center for Jewish Life and Learning in The Village.
Monte Williams's body has now been recovered after two full days of searching were unsuccessful. He was caught in floodwaters at Ski Island.
During this time of COVID-19 isolation, some have discovered it’s quite easy to take a walk while still social distancing. And as you’re walking through your neighborhood, if you look around something magical is happening. The redbud trees are...