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Elemental Coffee customers confident, joking after roaster fire

Customers at Elemental Coffee, 815 N. Hudson, had some excitement on what would have been a sleepy afternoon when the roaster developed an internal...
OKCFD responds to call

Fourth of July holiday kept Okla City Fire Dept busy

The Oklahoma City Fire Department responded to around 260 emergency calls on the Fourth of July, and among those, there were more fire calls...
12X12 OVAC Fundraiser

OVAC’s “12×12” art fundraiser returns with fanfare, challenges

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Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition - OVAC - brought back the ever-popular 12X12 Fundraiser Friday, Sept. 24 and Brett Fieldcamp was there.
OKC Pride Festival

OKC Pride Festival stays on schedule after weather knocks out parade

Even though lightning caused the OKC Pride Festival to cancel the parade Saturday morning, the weekend stayed on schedule.
Spark

Spark Notes: A Beauty of a Burger in Scissortail Park

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Spark will get traffic from being in Scissortail Park but Is "genuinely very good on its own merits, much better than it had to be."
Freedom Oklahoma

Freedom Oklahoma names Nicole McAfee as new executive director

Freedom Oklahoma has chosen Nicole McAfee to be their next executive director. She succeeds Allie Shinn in the post.
LCDA

Latino Community Development Agency expands services and locations

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The Latino Community Development Center is opening a new location in the Historic Capitol Hill District during Hispanic Heritage Month.
Amuda

Toyin Amuda family says teen’s death ‘worst nightmare’ – pleads for info

The family of Oluwatoyin "Toyin" Amuda issued their first statement expressing their sorrow about his death and pleading for information.
Julius Jones

Julius Jones’ supporters hoping, praying for ‘a miracle at midnight’

A rally to persuade Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt to spare the life of Julius Jones was held Saturday. The execution is scheduled for Monday.

OKC march boosts tribal sovereignty, justice for Julius Jones, voting rights

The March for Our Rights in OKC Saturday was organized to point out inequalities that still exist in the U.S. and Oklahoma today.