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The economic foundation of the city of Norman is based on the presence of the University of Oklahoma, the largest university in the state. OU employs nearly 11,000 people across three campuses and the Norman area is the center for national study of severe weather. It is the home of the National Weather Center. Today, Normanis home to many weather-related businesses. In 2008, CNN/Money Magazine ranked Norman as the sixth best small city in the United States, the highest ranking of any city in Oklahoma.

Population: 106957
Local Newspapers: The Norman Transcript
Local Sports Teams: Oklahoma Sooners
Local Colleges: University of Oklahoma

Zip Codes associated with norman, oklahoma: 73026 73069 73071 73072
Towns/Cities near norman, oklahoma : Noble Slaughterville Purcell Goldsby Newcastle Blanchard Moore

Norman News
OU student charged with embezzling $32K from his fraternity

A former Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity brother at the University of Oklahoma chapter is charged with embezzling $32,000 of his brother's dues. "He had been a national merit scholar and was really into his studies the first semester I ever met him when he was a freshman," said Matthew Mullins.

Cohena s 16 lead No. 5 Baylor women past Oklahoma 74-52

Sunday 1. UConn did not play. Next: at No. 7 Texas, Monday. 2. Notre Dame beat Boston College 89-60.

Showed in: Wintertime is for home and garden exhibitions in Oklahoma City

Steve Shoemaker, Vernon McKown and Julie Jarnagin, of Ideal Homes of Norman, attended the International Builders' Show in Orlando, Florida, this week. They were among hundreds making the trip from Oklahoma to the homebuilding industry's largest annual trade show.

Real estate briefs from The Oklahoman for Jan. 13, 2018

The Edward Richardson Building at Highway 66 and Main Street in Arcadia is among the latest entries of Oklahoma properties on the National Register of Historic Places. It is significant for commercial architecture and its association with the African-American community in Arcadia, according to the Oklahoma Historical Society's State Historic Preservation Office.

Gift Card Scam Reported In Cleveland County

The Cleveland County Court Clerk Marilyn Williams received an envelope Friday at the courthouse in Norman with ten gift cards in it as a result of a scam. The person who sent the package showed up the same day and explained he'd received a fraudulent call from someone claiming to be with the sheriff's office, calling on behalf of the court system.

Owner Relives Terror from Active Shooter Attack at Norman Business

For Mike Bergey, CEO and President of Bergey Windpower, January 10th was like any other Wednesday afternoon. Sitting in his cluttered office, plugged into a webinar, he suddenly ripped his headphones from his ears.

Oklahoma Sooners Football Recruiting: Drake Stoops commits to OU

Stoops will be a preferred walk-on in Norman. Stoops was an all-state receiver at Norman North High School, where he totaled at least 1,000 yards and at least 15 touchdowns in both his junior and senior seasons.

Suspect In Norman Business Shooting Identified; New Details Released

A 55-year-old man wearing a gas mask walked into a Norman business on Wednesday, looking to remove his wife from the building before shooting another woman and getting shot himself, police said. New details were released by Norman Police on Thursday about the shooting Wednesday afternoon at Bergey Windpower Co., located at 2200 Industrial Boulevard, on the north side of the city.

Police identify suspect, victim of shooting in Norman business

On Thursday, the Norman Police Department identified 55-year-old William Ray Adams as the suspect of the shooting on the day before in the 2200 block of Industrial Blvd. Police said he suffered a gunshot wound to his face and neck. Police said they responded to a report of an active shooter around 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday and, once on scene, located Adams and Wind - both wounded .

Victim, shooter in Norman business incident named

The man who reportedly stepped into Bergey WindPower Co. wearing a gas mask and carrying a shotgun was shot with his own weapon in the face and neck.

Alan Parsons playing benefit concert for Oklahoma County's SHINE Foundation

British rock legend Alan Parsons is bringing his Alan Parsons Live Project stage show to Norman at 8 p.m. Friday at Riverwind Casino, 1544 State Highway 9, for a benefit concert on behalf of Oklahoma County's SHINE Foundation. The SHINE Foundation supports youth volunteerism programs and is an outgrowth of the SHINE community service program Oklahoma County Commissioner Brian Maughan founded in 2010.

The Morning Brew: Oklahoma gets eight new National Register sites

Oklahoma has many notable places, and now, it has eight more after the Oklahoma Historial Society announced additions to its ranks. A home in Norman, an old hospital in Guthrie and a building in Arcadia are some of the OKC area locations added.

1 Suspect In Custody, 1 Victim, After Active Shooter Situation In Norman

One suspect is in custody and one victim is being treated following an active shooter situation at a company in Norman, Oklahoma. According to the police, officers responded to the scene at Bergey Windpower Co.

Drivers killed in Norman head-on crash identified

Around 12:27 p.m. on Tuesday, Norman police were called to an accident near 60th Ave. S.E. and Hwy 9. When officers arrived at the scene, they realized that a head-on collision occurred in the westbound lanes of Hwy 9. The preliminary investigation indicates that a Ford F-150 traveling eastbound on Hwy 9 crossed the center line and crashed head-on with a Chevy Malibu that was traveling westbound. The driver of the Ford -150 was identified as 59-year-old Steven Arms, of Oklahoma City.

New era for Yukon Review calls for community support

It is indeed a happy new year for the Yukon Review and the Yukon community. Last week, it became official that Chisholm Trail LLC acquired the Yukon Review and the Mustang News.

5 Okie bands off to a killer 2018

It's a new year and my inbox and web browsers are flooded with notable Oklahoma releases. Take a look at a few that stick out and belong in your headphones.

Man arrested for murder in connection with Norman woman's 'suspicious' death

Around 2:30 p.m. on Dec. 24, officers with the Norman Police Department were called to a home in the 700 block of Highland Parkway following a reported overdose. On Tuesday afternoon, the Norman Police Department announced that officers arrested 40-year-old Jeremy Scott Bettes for first-degree murder in connection with Judd's death.

Norman Police Arrest Man In Connection To Woman's 'Suspicious Death'

According to the Norman Police Department, 40-year-old Jeremy Bettes was arrested for first-degree murder in connection with the death of 61-year-old Sharon Judd. Last month, officers were initially responding to a reported drug overdose when they discovered Judd's body inside a home in the 700 block of Highland Parkway.

Two Killed In Head-On Crash On State Highway 9 In Norman

According to the report, a vehicle heading eastbound on SH9 crossed left of center for an unknown reason and struck another vehicle heading that was heading westbound. Both drivers were pronounced dead at the scene.

Two dead in Norman crash

About 12:30 p.m., an eastbound vehicle on State Highway 9 near 69th Avenue SE crossed the center line and hit a westbound vehicle. Both drivers died at the scene, police said.

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