Ground was broken for a new Homeland at N.E. 36th and Lincoln Boulevard Thursday. The store is set to open Fall of 2021.
No action was taken Monday by the Oklahoma County Jail Trust to improve or change operations of the Oklahoma County Detention Center (Jail).
Oklahoma City's Ward 7 Councilman John Pettis, Jr. was charged late Friday with felony embezzlement and intentionally failing to file a tax return to...
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.
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.
The first of four town halls planned by 5th District Congresswoman Kendra Horn featured stories of U.S. military veterans instead of her comments.
Oklahoma County Commissioner Kevin Calvey quizzed a Community Cares Foundation representative about CARES Funds spending before years end.
The Jail Trust heard reports from CEO Greg Williams about the current state of COVID-19 in the Jail and postponed action on a new phone system
It was a squeeze getting into the Tower Theater Tuesday night as over 600 concerned city residents came to hear about the city's homelessness situation.
The Supreme Court handed down a decision Thursday blocking the Trump administration from ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program or DACA.