OKC is number 10 on LendingTree's list of best cities to start a new small business.
GOBankingRates looked at average annual income and average monthly living expenses to find the city where wages most outpaced expenses. Oklahoma City landed in the number one spot.
According to a recent report by the American Wind Energy Association, Oklahoma has huge potential in wind energy. The data says Oklahoma ranks behind only Texas in installed wind power capacity.
Thanks to our affordable mortgages and high-paying entry-level jobs, Oklahoma City ranks at number 7 on GOBankingRate's list of the Best Cities for Aspiring Millennial Homeowners
According to the website OnlineDegrees.com new grads should take a hard look at OKC as the metro ranked No. 11 in its "Best Big Cities for New Grads" rankings. The ranking is based on factors such as average rent, cost of living and nightlife.
The award recognizes public water utilities for outstanding achievement in effective utility management.
The City of Oklahoma City has earned national recognition for its efforts to promote solar energy.