The 2020 point-in-time count of Oklahoma City's persons who are experiencing homelessness sent volunteers out Thursday to find those who are often overlooked.
From the silent march in the morning to the ringing of the bell to the program at noon and the afternoon parade, youth dominated all activities of MLK Day.
Protesters against Oklahoma County Jail policies held the first demonstration of 2020 Wednesday, Jan. 1, continuing pressure on Sheriff P.D. Taylor.
On Christmas Eve, the Red Andrews Christmas Dinner volunteers made final preparations for the annual event that feeds 7,000 people each year.
What was previously called the "American Indian Cultural Center and Museum" is now being completed as the rebranded First Americans Museum (FAM).
It was an emotional event for most who attended the groundbreaking ceremony for the Manuel Perez Memorial to honor Congressional Medal of Honor recipients.
A ceremony Monday will mark a new phase of a years-long process of establishing the new Manuel Perez Park on the south bank of the Oklahoma River.
People with few possessions or financial resources enjoyed good food, fellowship, and care from volunteers at the Oklahoma City Homeless Alliance Wednesday.
Students in Ms. Strawn's first grade class are exploring real Native American history in a season that typically twists that history.
Every year the Fiestas de las Americas parade in Oklahoma City is a clear example of the diversity of Latin America and then, Latin Americans in the U.S.