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Have old OKC traffic tickets? Reduced penalty program starts Mon, July 1

The City of Oklahoma City is giving you an opportunity to do a reset on those OKC citations (tickets) 2 years old or older and pay the fine as if you had paid it on time.
Homelessness presentation

Homelessness presentation reveals urgency of problem in OKC

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.
Oklahoma City Council

Hamon challenges Oklahoma City incentives to defense contractor

JoBeth Hamon argued against an economic development deal in the works for the past year to bring one of the top defense contractors to Oklahoma City.
Memorial Day 2019

Memorial Day – 2019 – Gallery

Images from Memorial Day at the 45th Infantry Museum Click on an image to see the whole...
Board of County Commissioners

Oklahoma County Commissioners establish jail trust in unanimous vote

The Oklahoma County Jail will be controlled by a jail trust in the future. One commissioner speculated that the trust will start...
historic preservation

Historic “eggshell” church saved from wrecking ball?

In an 8-1 vote, The City of Oklahoma City Council approved a memorandum of understanding between the City, First Christian Church -...
Demonstration bike lane

Rally calls for safer infrastructure, demonstrates protected bike lane

A rally for increased attention to walking-biking safety infrastructure and a demonstration protected bike lane were featured near NW 13th and Classen.
bicycling

Sunday ride to demonstrate protected bike lane possibilities on Classen

Sunday at noon, two simultaneous events to bring attention to bike safety and infrastructure possibilities will begin at McKinley Park at 1300...

Death of bicyclist prompts movement demanding safe OKC streets

The tone of discourse around street safety for walkers and bicyclists in Oklahoma City took a decidedly sharp turn Tuesday at the...
O'Connor, Shadid, incentives

Council member Shadid prepares Open Meeting Act lawsuit against City of Okla City

The attorney for Oklahoma City Ward 2 Councilman Ed Shadid is drafting a lawsuit against the City of Oklahoma City over possible violations of...