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.

Sheriff’s Office releases new information on death of Deer Creek teen

New information about the death of Oluwatoyin Adewole Amuda, 18, in Deer Creek has been released by Okla County Sherriff's Office.

Ongoing medical heat alert for OKC now to stretch into weekend

EMSA continues to renew its medical heat alert that has been in effect throughout most of June. The new alert is through Saturday, June 19.

“Second Chance” jobs concept explored in Greater OKC Chamber Forum

Chamber CEO Roy Williams and joined a panel of experts in job training and placement for people with felony charges in their background.

EMSA issues medical heat alert with 90+ degree temps in OKC

EMSA issued another Medical Heat Alert Friday for the OKC metro that will be in effect through Saturday due to high heat and humidity.
Zoo giraffe

Endangered giraffe born at Oklahoma City Zoo part of conservation effort

One minute into Friday morning, Oklahoma City Zoo's newest giraffe was born to the Zoo's 20-year-old Ellie, a veteran of six births so far.

Upward Transitions in OKC receives grant from Kirkpatrick Family Fund

Upward Transitions, offering services to people experiencing poverty, has received a $20,000 grant from the Kirkpatrick Family Fund.

Riversport Foundation marks activities expansion with dual ribbon-cutting

OKLAHOMA CITY (Free Press) -- Thursday the Riversport Foundation cut ribbons on two different projects on their expansive campus along the Oklahoma River southeast...
apartment fire

Three-alarm Apartment fire in downtown OKC destroys 12 units

Monday afternoon fire destroyed 12 apartment units and resulted in smoke damage for more according to Oklahoma City Fire Dept. officials.