The Oklahoma County Criminal Justice Authority, or Jail Trust, met Monday to prepare for the transition of the Jail from the Sheriff’s Office to the Trust.
The Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office (OSCO) announced Monday at 4:15 p.m. that the Oklahoma County Jail now has one inmate who tested positive for COVID-19.
The Board of County Commissioners agreed to a lease for the Oklahoma County Jail and made statements regarding recent political unrest.
What started as peaceful protests of police killings across the nation ended with broken glass and damage to locally-owned businesses Saturday night.
The City Council for the City of Oklahoma City held a marathon meeting Tuesday and made a number of critical decisions about allocations of money.
As eviction petitions continue to add up in the court system in Oklahoma County, actual cases filed so far since March 15 are not up to their normal levels.
Mayor David Holt appointed 11 members of the MAPS 4 Citizens Advisory Board that will make recommendations to the City Council over the next decade.
The Oklahoma County Criminal Justice Advisory Council - Jail Trust - heard reports about services in the jail, courts, and CARES Act money.
The Oklahoma County Criminal Justice Authority, or Jail Trust, continued their steady push toward taking control of the Oklahoma County Jail Monday.
Monday morning was surprisingly quiet at the County Courthouse as hearings began to get underway again for the first time since the middle of March.