On the same day Oklahoma's governor revealed that he has COVID-19, the Board of County Commissioners considered some precautions for the courthouse.
JoBeth Hamon, OKC Ward 6, found herself on the receiving end of social media criticism from the Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 123 (FOP-123).
The City Council for the City of Oklahoma City plowed through over five hours of meeting details and discussion in a virtual meeting.
In a largely symbolic effort, the newly empaneled MAPS 4 Citizens Advisory Board met for the first time on Thursday. Members were sworn in and rules set.
Wednesday over 1,000 came to the a convention center in Midwest City in hopes of moving their unemployment insurance cases along.
Sincere Terry and her mother gave each other a long hug as the 18-year-old reached out to hold the hand of her grandmother. Her...
Some OKC firefighters have returned to duty from quarantine as other continue to sit out their 14 days. But, one of the ten infected is now hospitalized.
The Oklahoma ACLU criticized the Oklahoma County's District Attorney David Prater for charging some protesters under Oklahoma's anti-terrorism laws.
A number of people are seeking help daily with unemployment claim problems by waiting in line at the main Oklahoma Employment Commission (OESC) offices.
The only health department codes The City of Oklahoma City has to work with are state-level health laws that were not written anticipating a pandemic.