Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt started his news conference Thursday with a strong reassurance about the state's response to COVID-19 (novel coronavirus).
Oklahoma City Council heard resolutions that could result in fines for parking violations, affordable housing money, and millions for the Myriad Gardens.
The Jail Trust met to do more talking, but take little action while the Sheriff says he and law enforcement staff will leave the Detention Center April 15.
Oklahoma City residents will have the opportunity to cast their vote for/against a 1/8 cent dedicated sales tax for parks Tuesday.
Even with mild winter weather, Oklahoma City Boulevard was not complete by the end of February as promised by the Oklahoma Department of Transportation.
With more than 1,500 present, Mayor David Holt delivered his annual State of the City address to the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce Wednesday.
In a meeting of the Okla County Board of County Commissioners, ongoing acrimony between one Commissioner and the Sheriff’s Office came to the forefront.
Reps of The Bail Project received some sharp pushback from two of Oklahoma County's district judges and the DA's office at the CJAC meeting Thursday.
OkC Council took action Tuesday on bonds, vaping restrictions, and heard reports on planned development for the Boathouse District and street improvements.
Tuesday morning city leaders heard about budget concerns for the coming year. A local economist urged caution in the face of a potential economic downturn.