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ICE plans new enforcement facility in OKC

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has plans for a new facility in Oklahoma City around I-40 and Meridian. It is designed to provide offices...
Tabiai and Elias

From immigrant to award-winning police officer

For Mohammad Tabiai, it’s been a productive process of immigrating from Morocco and ending up an award-winning police officer in the Oklahoma City Police...
Balderrama gets Major's insignia from Chief Citty

Paco Balderrama first Hispanic major in OKC PD history

Paco Balderrama was promoted to the rank of major in the Oklahoma City Police Department Tuesday. He is the first officer from Hispanic culture to...
O'Connor, Shadid, incentives

Council member Shadid prepares Open Meeting Act lawsuit against City of Okla City

The attorney for Oklahoma City Ward 2 Councilman Ed Shadid is drafting a lawsuit against the City of Oklahoma City over possible violations of...
Raised hands against

Braums loses bid before OKC Planning Commission

It just wasn't Braum’s day in the Oklahoma City Planning Commission Thursday. Braum’s wants to buy and demolish the Classen Grill building and the Donnay...
Oklahoma City Boulevard

Oklahoma City Boulevard continues to rack up collision numbers

Oklahoma City Police report a steady auto-to-auto accident rate on Oklahoma City Boulevard one month after its opening, most at one intersection.
Brittany Warrior, mother

Mother shouts “Liar, Liar!” punctuating Fallin’s State of the State address

“Let’s get to work,” meant something different to three protesters in the House gallery as Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin closed her State of the...
Smart Saver

Millions from MAPS 4 may go to owner who closed Eastside Smart Saver

The owner who closed the Smart Saver at N.E. 23rd Street and Martin Luther King Avenue is positioned to receive up to $5 million in MAPS 4 money.
Judge LaGrange gives the oath to Cooper - 1

Cooper takes OKC Ward 7 seat, calls it “opportunity to serve”

Lee E. Cooper, Jr. was sworn in as interim Ward 7 Oklahoma City Councilman Tuesday to fill the seat of John Pettis, Jr. who...
Rev. Lori Walke

Is Chamber of Commerce out of step with public on next MAPS tax?

Big differences on how to use a portion of a proposed new MAPS-type penny sales tax were exposed in a public hearing Tuesday at...