Home » Articles » News » News Article
News Article - 07.24.2012

Hillbillies, Lucy, Brady kids heading to OKC televisions

Oklahoma City will be one of five Hearst Television markets to receive the Me-TV Network. The channel features nearly 100 television series from Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution,CBS Television Distribution, NBCUniversal Television and from independent series owners and producers. Read more
News Article - 07.20.2012

City seeks RFPs for old jail

The city of Oklahoma City is seeking input from developers to repurpose the 72-year-old jailhouse at 200 N. Shartel. The 41,000-square-foot, six-story facility housed inmates until the new county jail opened in the late 1980s. Read more
News Article - 07.13.2012

OKC continues to receive top honors

In 2012 alone, Oklahoma City has received top national rankings in categories ranging from best retail, manufacturing and IT opportunities to “Best U.S. City for Small Business,” “Best Big Cities for Jobs” and “Fittest Cities.” Read more
News Article - 07.09.2012

OCU plans to honor five

The Oklahoma Commerce & Industry Hall of Honor at Oklahoma City University’s Meinders School of Business will induct a CEO, a former Miss America, an engineer and entrepreneur, a business newspaper publisher and a local media mogul. A luncheon for the honorees is planned for Oct. 24 at Cox Convention Center. The luncheon benefits the Meinders School scholarship programs. Read more
News Article - 06.29.2012

Flint Strikes

Restaurant in Colcord Hotel offers casual dining with a touch of class

News Article - 05.14.2012

Four OKC businesses named inner-city winners

Four Oklahoma City-based companies were named in the top 100 fastest-growing companies in America’s inner cities by the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City. Read more
News Article - 03.28.2012

One-two punch

Duo helps Oklahoma City Ballet regain its grace

John Krasno has done many things in his lifetime, but what he does best is breathe life into what others say is beyond saving. Read more
News Article - 01.23.2012

Keeping Cool

Coolgreens opens fifth store with eyes on regional and national expansion.

Coolgreens Cafe & Bistro isn’t a national chain, although with the opening of its fifth store in January in Edmond, managing partner Allan McMurrain is looking for additional markets and opportunities outside the metro area. Read more
News Article - 12.21.2011

Major-league award

Warren Spahn Awards Gala to recognize Clayton Kershaw of the L.A. Dodgers

In January, Clayton Kershaw of the Los Angeles Dodgers will arrive in Oklahoma City to receive an award that not only celebrates achievement on the field, but the spirit of Oklahoma. Read more
News Article - 11.18.2011

okcBIZ 2011 Fittest Execs and Corporate Wellness award winners announced

okcBIZ magazine announced the winners of the Fittest Execs and Workplace Wellness programs today at an awards luncheon at St. Anthony's Rapp Conference Center. Read more
News Article - 10.19.2011

Metro Career Academy honored

MCA receives LEED gold certification.

Metro Technology Centers announced its Metro Career Academy (MCA) has been awarded Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Gold certification. Established by the U.S. Green Building Council and verified by the Green Building Certification Institute, LEED is the nation’s preeminent program for the design, construction and operation of high performance green buildings. Read more
News Article - 10.10.2011

Oklahoma Humanities Council announces awardees

Oklahoma Gazette, university faculty among those honored

The Oklahoma Humanities Council announced the names of the 2012 awardees to be honored at its Oklahoma Humanities Awards dinner, March 22, 2012, at the Oklahoma History Center in Oklahoma City. Read more
News Article - 08.22.2011

Whole Foods CEO plans Norman visit

John Mackey may not be a household name in Oklahoma, but when he comes to Norman in November many are likely to be interested in what he has to say. Read more
News Article - 08.01.2011

On the road again

Trucking industry seeks drivers as companies increase inventory and pay

In 2009, McCorkle Truck Lines CEO David McCorkle saw the freight transport business in Oklahoma drop a staggering 30% to 40%. Read more
News Article - 08.01.2011

Prenuptial agreement

Edmond wedding industry gets creative

Stephanie Hill and Dewey Beene have sat around more bridal shows than they can count. Taking down names and numbers and handing out business cards at these events had become habit. Read more