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Neglected Bricktown building getting a face-lift

Neglected Bricktown building getting a face-liftFor the first time in decades, windows are bringing daylight into the upper floors of the former Spaghetti Warehouse, a restoration that is sure to make the landmark building a more important anchor to the 120-year-old warehouse district. Read more...

100 Best Brunch Restaurants in America: OpenTable Releases Its 2018 List

100 Best Brunch Restaurants in America: OpenTable Releases Its 2018 ListIt’s easy to forget that the measure of what makes a good restaurant is simple yet relevant. All you need is great food, amiable service, and a good environment—plus a well-stocked bar and decent wine cellar. Read more...

Judge Approves AT&T And Time Warner Merger

Judge Approves AT&T And Time Warner MergerFederal Judge Richard Leon has made his decision on the tentative $85 billion merger between AT&T and Time Warner. Read more...  

Community Focus: NBA player hopes to produce affordable food options through urban farming

Community Focus: NBA player hopes to produce affordable food options through urban farmingOKLAHOMA CITY — An NBA player is drawing up some new plays for the farming game. Utah Jazz center Ekpe Udoh is breaking into the "hydroponic farming business". Udoh is the first professional athlete to do this, launching LGR Farms in 2015, and one of few African Americans owners. Read more...  

Thousands Hit Oklahoma’s Route 66 For Adventure

Thousands Hit Oklahoma’s Route 66 For AdventureTULSA, Oklahoma - Historic Route 66 has taken many turns in its 91 years. Five interstates eventually replaced much of the old road, but now many of the iconic stops on Route 66 are thriving. Read more...  

Oklahoma picks up commitment from four-star defensive end

Oklahoma picks up commitment from four-star defensive endOklahoma got some good recruiting news early Friday morning, when Wichita (Kansas) Northwest defensive end Marcus Hicks announced his commitment on Twitter. Read more...

Fortune 1000 business looking at headquarters in Oklahoma City

Fortune 1000 business looking at headquarters in Oklahoma CityOKLAHOMA CITY – Although all of the auto dealerships will soon disappear from Automobile Alley, the historic area may be home to a new tenant. According to our partners at OKCTalk, Global Payments is hoping to build a 7-story office building at N.W. 6th and Broadway in downtown Oklahoma City. Read more...

Toyota Places Sedan-Sized Bet On Hydrogen-Powered Mobility

Toyota Places Sedan-Sized Bet On Hydrogen-Powered MobilityWhen Toyota sent its first hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles out on the road in 2014, many thought the world's second-largest automaker, and the preeminent producer of hybrid cars was merely raising the possibility of another alternative mobility fuel and triggering a wider industry debate about a new concept. Read more...  

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