Okla County Sheriff P.D. Taylor may have thought his move out of the Jail would be a straight path, but a transition committee could make it more complex.
The Oklahoma City Council’s Legislative Committee met Tuesday to prepare for the coming legislative sessions at the State and Federal levels.
Motion to deny new parking was defeated by votes from suburban councilmen. Mayor’s redrafting of the controversial Greenwell Ordinance passed 6-3.
Spencer Hicks is running for the very public post of District 2 Oklahoma County Commissioner after having spent since 2004 working mostly...
The Oklahoma County Budget Board voted Thursday to allocate $100,000 from General Fund appropriations for the Sheriff’s department to the Jail Trust.
The MAPS 4 ordinance that voters will have before them December 10 is only about whether to establish a tax and not the projects being promoted.
Three governing bodies from the city met on Tuesday to hear the initial presentation on the Planning Department’s comprehensive Historic Preservation Plan.
Public officials seemed relieved and buoyant when they revealed the new text message capability of the 911 emergency call system in central Oklahoma Monday.
City and state officials appear to be stalled on how to make a dangerous intersection on the new Okla City Blvd safer before signals are installed.
City Council for OKC gave 1.4 million more to the Boathouse District and argued a pending controversial historic preservation ordinance change Tuesday.