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Stone re-elected to 2nd term in OKC Ward 4 – Two wards need April...

One candidate was re-elected to another term Tuesday, as the other four advance to a runoff where voters will determine who wins those seats.

Economist gives outlook to City staff in annual workshop for new budget

Tuesday, the City Council and the City’s department heads and union representatives met for the annual Budget Workshop.

Infrastructure, first responders main focus in Ward 1 candidate forum

January 16, candidates for Ward 1’s seat on the City Council met for a forum and were asked questions by veteran journalists.
Oklahoma City Council

City Council handles business so swiftly activists miss comment time

Tuesday, the City Council of Oklahoma City held their shortest meeting in recent memory where all votes were unanimous, an unusual thing.
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Oklahoma City plans final pass for storm debris removal

Oklahoma City is preparing the final pass for storm debris removal beginning February 1. Remaining storm debris should be moved to the curb.
Oklahoma County Jail

Escape from Oklahoma County Jail caused by staff procedural failure

Oklahoma County Jail administrator Greg Williams identified the cause of an escape early Wednesday morning as a procedural issue.
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Oklahoma City to resume water disconnects in February

In Feb, the Utilities Dept of the City of Oklahoma City will resume disconnecting water services to customers who have not paid for service.
Ward 3 candidate forum

OKC Ward 3 candidates weigh in on infrastructure, sprawl, other issues

Candidates for the Ward 3 City Council seat for the City of Oklahoma City responded to questions in a forum Saturday, January 23.
Oklahoma County Jail

Death at Oklahoma County Jail latest among detainees in short succession

Another detainee has died in custody of the Oklahoma County Detention Center, or County Jail according to jail staff.
Oklahoma County Jail

New jail report on COVID, reduced population, shows small advances

The Oklahoma County Criminal Justice Task Force released a new jail report on COVID test numbers and the reduced population.