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Commissioners allocate money to rental assistance, finalize Triple X Road contracts

The Oklahoma County Commissioners allocated money to rental assistance and approved final contracts on the Triple X Road project.
Oklahoma City Council

City Council agrees to Cox Center plan, hears about Lower Scissortail Park

City of OKC Council discussed a film studio sound stage idea in Cox Convention Center and heard plans for the next phase of Scissortail Park.
municipal court

Hurry up! OKC Municipal Courts reduced fine program ends March 31

You have less than two months to take advantage of the Oklahoma City Municipal Courts reduced fine program that began in July 2019.
JoBeth Hammond, Marty Peercy

JoBeth Hamon jumps into Ward 6 Oklahoma City Council race

JoBeth Hamon, 28, announced Tuesday that she is running for the center-city Ward 6 Oklahoma City Council seat open in 2019. Meg Salyer has held...
City Hall

Candidates for City of Oklahoma City Council to file starting Monday, Dec 7

Oklahoma City voters have yet another election cycle as four of the eight Council seats are open for a February 9 primary election.
Max's Law

Gathering for “Max’s Law” draws attention to changing station needs

An event in Manuel Perez Parkl in Oklahoma City Sunday called attention to Max's Law which calls for fully accessible changing tables in Oklahoma.
Capitol View, neighborhood

Capitol View starts Strong Neighborhoods Initiative with robust ideas

It was the Capitol View neighbors' turn to start brainstorming ideas for their Strong Neighborhoods Initiative (SNI) grant Thursday. They are one of two neighborhoods...
police protest

Council approves budget, passes police resolution as protesters gather

In a nine-hour meeting Tuesday, the City Council adopted a budget for Fiscal Year 2021 after hearing many public comments and passsed a policing resolution.

Parks tax petition sigs verified — Council to consider Super Tuesday vote

The petition to establish a 1/8 cent sales tax dedicated to maintaining Oklahoma City parks met the minimum of 6,499 verified signatures Friday afternoon.
Oklahoma City Police

City Law Enforcement Task Force advances with consultant, public doubts

The City of Oklahoma City has established a Law Enforcement Task Force to hear public concerns about policing but there are doubts.