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Macy's to bring 1,500 jobs to Owasso
Macy’s, Inc. (NYSE:M) today announced it will build a major new direct-to-consumer fulfillment center near
Owassoin Tulsa County, to support continued sales growth driven by Macy’s omnichannel strategy.
United Way reports $1,902,039 raised for this year's campaign
In a rousing victory celebration on Tuesday afternoon, the United Way of Norman announced it’s grand total for this year’s fundraising campaign.
Doing the honors were United Way campaign chairs James Chappel and John Koons announcing that through community fundraising a total of $1,902,039 was raised. The goal for this year’s campaign was $2.05 million.
Suspect in infant's death arrested in Comanche County
A Norman man charged with the murder of an infant was arrested in Comanche County and booked into Cleveland County Jail on Monday.
Kestrel Investments announces OGE as anchor tenant for downtown tower
Kestrel Investments, owner and developer of the downtown Oklahoma City property currently occupied by Stage Center, today announced that OGE Energy Corp. will be an anchor tenant for the 14- to 16-story tower planned for the property.
Boston gangster Whitey Bulger moved to Oklahoma prison
Former Boston crime boss James “Whitey” Bulger has been moved to a federal prison in Oklahoma.
The federal Bureau of Prisons website says the 84-year-old Bulger is being held at FTC Oklahoma City, which is described as a federal transfer facility.
Stoops gives injury update
Quarterback Trevor Knight has returned to practice and freshman linebacker Jordan Evans, who missed the last three games with an ankle injury, has returned too.
But Stoops said it’s unlikely the left side of OU’s offensive line for most of the year — Tyrus Thompson and guard Adam Shead — will play in the Sugar Bowl.
“Those guys, we don't expect to be back,” Stoops said.
Oklahoma man killed in rollover accident in NM
Authorities say an Oklahoma man is dead after a rollover accident in northeastern New Mexico.
Stoops won't name starting quarterback
Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops declined to say who the Sooners starting quarterback will be when it faces No. 3 Alabama in the Sugar Bowl.
“That will be a game-time decision,” he joked Monday when asked about the situation.
State Supreme Court upholds new workers comp law
The Oklahoma Supreme Court upheld the state's new workers' comp law. The law was signed into law by Gov. Mary Fallin in May. It was challenged in the lawsuit by state Sen. Harry Coates, state Rep. Emily Virgin and the Professional Firefighters of Oklahoma.
Man charged with infant’s murder
A Norman man was charged Friday with the murder of an infant after an incident involving alleged child abuse.
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