Monday morning was surprisingly quiet at the County Courthouse as hearings began to get underway again for the first time since the middle of March.
Tuesday morning city leaders heard about budget concerns for the coming year. A local economist urged caution in the face of a potential economic downturn.
The Urban Design Commission passed changes to the Downtown Development Framework (DDF) Wednesday to clarify some parts of the framework.
A legislator has requested in writing that U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland "intercede" in the operation of the Oklahoma County Jail.
Closed for a time because the City of OKC was having trouble finding lifeguards and other staff, two community pools will open Friday, July 2.
In a long teleconference, the City Council considered several important business items and a couple of arguably less important ones.
The Oklahoma County Budget Board and Board of County Commissioners discussed regular business and the irregular business of Covid-19 responses Thursday.
Now, the whole idea of a Jail Trust seems to be in question for Oklahoma County Commissioners who will meet Monday morning at 9 a.m.
Oklahoma City voters have yet another election cycle as four of the eight Council seats are open for a February 9 primary election.
Fear led to more fear Thursday morning as Kelsey Pierce was riding her bike to work at the Tower Theater on NW 23rd Street. A...