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About: moore, oklahoma

Moore is located in central Oklahoma, near Oklahoma City. It was founded in 1889. The town was originally referred to as "Verbeck," but was changed to Moore after a man by the name of Al Moore, who lived in a boxcar and had difficulty receiving his mail, painted his last name, Moore, on the side of his boxcar. Railroad employees began referring to the area as Moore, and the name stuck.

Population: 41138
Local Newspapers: Moore American
Local Sports Teams: Oklahoma City Thunder (NBA)
Local Colleges: Platt College

Zip Codes associated with moore, oklahoma: 73160 73170
Towns/Cities near moore, oklahoma : Norman Newcastle Valley Brook Midwest City Del City Smith Village

Moore News
Morning Bell: Safe rooms in schools

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Citizens Remember Moore Tornado 5 Years Later

This weekend marks five years since a devastating tornado tore through an Oklahoma community of Moore, killing two dozen people. But some are sharing remarkable stories of survival on the eve of the 2013 Moore tornado anniversary.

Safe Room ground breaking ceremony held for several LPS schools

LAWTON, OK This weekend will mark five years since a tornado ripped through Moore killing seven students at Plaza Towers Elementary School. Talks of safe rooms in schools have become a hot topic ever since.

Moore Parents Remember The Plaza Tower Seven - Five Years Later

This weekend marks the five-year anniversary of the Moore tornado that killed 24 people, including seven students at Plaza Towers Elementary School. For those seven families, the heartache is still raw.

Answers, justice wanted in deaths, dismemberment of children, say mothers

Alize Smith and Jarron Moreland, both 21, were found murdered and dismembered in Moore, Oklahoma, April 18. Their families are searching for answers and justice. Jarron is shown with his six-year-old son Jarron, Jr. Through the pain of having to bury and memorialize their brutally murdered and dismembered sons, two families are searching for answers as to why anyone would treat them so viciously and why prosecutors refuse to label what happened as hate crimes? The bodies of Alize Smith and Jarron Moreland, both 21, were found April 18 in the Oklahoma City suburb of Moore, according to police affidavits obtained by The Final Call.

5 years after devastation: Resilient Moore, Oklahoma, continues to...

An EF5 tornado, one of the most powerful in recent memory, wreaked havoc over a stretch of 14 miles, first causing damage in the town of Newcastle before tearing through Moore, both located in the Oklahoma City metro area. The storm caused 24 fatalities and over 200 injuries, flattened buildings and over 1,000 homes and left billions in damage.

2013 Moore Tornado Survivor Grateful For Meteorologist David Payne's Advice

One survivor says her life since that day hasn't been easy but some advice from News 9 Chief Meteorologist David Payne is helping her heal. On May 20, 2013, Elizabeth Pikovsky was on her way to work as a Certified Nursing Assistant in Norman when she rushed home, only to ride it out.

Remembering May 20: Untold stories of heroism and how firefighters handle chaos

It's been nearly five years since an EF-5 tornado tore through the city of Moore, leaving loss and destruction in its wake. At its peak, the May 20 EF-5 tornado was more than a mile wide with winds up to 210 miles per hour.

Caught on camera: Oklahoma vape stores get hit by thieves twice in a week

Thieves targeted the Oklahoma City-based chain, breaking into two of their three locations in less than five days. Thousands of dollars in cash and merchandise were stolen, and it was all caught on camera.

Morning Bell: State summit planned on student trauma

State Superintendent Joy Hofmeister announced this week that the Oklahoma State Department of Education will host a summit on addressing student trauma. "A recent National Survey of Children's Health revealed that Oklahoma's youngest, most vulnerable children suffer more trauma than those in any other state in the nation, and additional trauma rankings among our children of all ages are alarmingly high," Hofmeister said.

Moore Schools Enhance Security With Tinted Classroom Windows

Over the past several years, the school district has partnered with a local company to install one-way protective film on windows at Moore Schools.The idea is would-be bad guys can't see potential targets inside and they move on. Alta Mere is a company in Moore that applies window tinting to cars, homes and office buildings.

Stray bullet enters Oklahoma home, strikes baby's crib

A mother's worst nightmare almost came true after a stray bullet hit her 18-month-old son's crib inside their Moore, Oklahoma home. "Never would I have thought that it was what it actually was.

Unsettling murder in Oklahoma

News of two young men whose dismembered bodies were found chained to cinder blocks in a pond has spread across Black America. The reports came out of Oklahoma City as the bodies of Alize Smith and Jarron Moreland, 21-year-old Black males, were found in a scene out of the worst slasher and serial killer movies imaginable.

Teen, 3 others charged in grisly Craigslist double murder in Oklahoma Source: Cox Media Group

MOORE, Okla. - A teenager and three others have been charged in the grisly deaths of two men whose dismembered bodies were found chained to cinder blocks in an Oklahoma pond, KFOR reported.

4 charged in deaths of 2 men found chained in Oklahoma pond Source: AP

Four white people are facing charges in the deaths of two black men whose bodies were found dismembered and chained to cinder blocks in an Oklahoma City pond, but the prosecutor handling the case said Thursday the killings are not believed to be racially motivated. The bodies of Alize Smith and Jarron Moreland, both 21, were found April 18, according to police in the Oklahoma City suburb of Moore.

3 White Men Charged For Killing And Dismembering Two Young Black Men

When Alize Ramon Smith and Jarron Moreland, both 21, went missing on April 14, their families hung up posters around their Oklahoma City community, hoping to find them. Four days later, police found Smith and Moreland's dismembered bodies in a pond, and arrested three men they say carried out the grim killing.

2 men found dead in pond, weighed down by bricks, police say Source: Cox Media Group

MOORE, Okla. - Two men were killed and their bodies were weighed down with bricks and disposed of in a pond when a gun sale went awry, police said.

Q. & A.: Tell Us 5 Things About Your Book: A Dangerous Journey Into the Heart of Tornadoes

"He wanted to answer the questions people thought were impossible." That's how one friend of Tim Samaras described the storm chaser and scientist who died in 2013 , along with one of his sons and a colleague, in an Oklahoma tornado.

Murder Victim's Family Responds To Newly Released Details

There are new, disturbing details about what happened to two Moore murder victims after they were shot and killed on April 14. Court documents reveal their bodies were dismembered at an OKC property. Search warrants filed in Oklahoma County show the long list of items police found at that property, including several kinds of saws and cleaning supplies.

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