The Oklahoma County Criminal Justice Authority or Jail Trust held a meeting Wednesday dedicated to hearing public comment on CARES Act money.
The Oklahoma County Commissioners Wednesday voted to award $34 million in CARES money to the Criminal Justice Authority (Jail Trust).
The OKC City Council Tuesday, money was allocated to the city's live entertainment venues that have been hit hard by the pandemic.
Dozens of protestors disrupted the Oklahoma County Jail Trust meeting until they were heard as demanded about $36 million of Cares Act money.
In a raucous special meeting of the Oklahoma County Board of County Commissioners on Friday, the Board struck down a controversial resolution to clamp...
The Oklahoma County Budget Board Thursday recommended $36 million of CARES Act money to be spent on the county jail alone.
Oklahoma County Commissioners deferred a decision on a controversial resolution to curb protests even outside at the County Courthouse.
Oklahoma County Commissioners discussed banning certain types of free speech activities on County property, and how to spend CARES Act money.
Oklahoma County County Commissioners will consider a resolution that would limit the manner and location of protests on any county property.
Greg Williams, the new Oklahoma County Jail administrator is catching up from a testing backlog they had at the handoff from the Sheriff.