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Crashes continue at dangerous Oklahoma City Boulevard intersection

Oklahoma City Police Dept reported yet another auto-to-auto crash Wednesday making 15 crashes at the intersection of Oklahoma City Boulevard and Klein.
Oklahoma City Council

Surf’s up! City Council approves surf machine, changes personnel policy

The City Council narrowly approved the purchase of a surf machine, heard financial reports, and changed personnel policy to be a more inclusive employer.

Congresswoman Horn to vote for Pres Trump’s impeachment

U.S. 5th District Congresswoman Kendra Horn announced Tuesday morning that she will vote for the impeachment of President Donald Trump.
Criminal Justice Authority

Oklahoma County Jail Trust continues to inch toward goals

The Oklahoma County Criminal Justice Authority or Jail Trust, made decisions Monday that moved the Trust forward in spite of the Sheriff.

Parks tax petition sigs verified — Council to consider Super Tuesday vote

The petition to establish a 1/8 cent sales tax dedicated to maintaining Oklahoma City parks met the minimum of 6,499 verified signatures Friday afternoon.

First Americans Museum in OKC rebrands as construction resumes

What was previously called the "American Indian Cultural Center and Museum" is now being completed as the rebranded First Americans Museum (FAM).

Jail Trust and Sheriff get money, neighbors clash at County Comm’s mtg

Board of County Commissioners for Oklahoma County gave money to the Jail Trust, Sheriff's office, and presided over a dispute between neighbors Wednesday.
MAPS 4 passes

MAPS 4 gets largest percentage approval in half-century of sales tax votes

The MAPS 4 tax proposal intended to fund 16 different projects passed by the largest margin in the last half-century in Oklahoma City Tuesday.
Oklahoma County Sheriff

Sheriff questions readiness of Jail Trust to take control — extends deadline

Oklahoma County Sheriff P.D. Taylor criticized the Jail Trust for not being ready to take over the jail January 1 and suggested that it may never be.
City Council

Police drones, zoning, gentrification dominate Okla City Council meeting

Tuesday at the Oklahoma City Council, the police explained their new drone policies, and several people expressed concerns about zoning and gentrification.