Government

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Jail

Oklahoma County Commissioners to consider ending Jail Trust

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.
Jail

Jail Trust focuses on Health Dept criticism, staffing, medical contractor

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The Jail Trust held a special meeting on recent events and deaths. CEO Greg Williams reported on current staffing and operations at the Jail.
protest

City of Oklahoma City sued for gunshot injury to protester by OKC police

A protester who participated in a May 31, 2020 protest in Oklahoma City filed a lawsuit against the City of Oklahoma City Wednesday.
Rally at Capitol

A guide to bills in the Oklahoma Legislature targeting protest rights

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Several bills aimed at restricting protesters' rights are moving closer to becoming law in the Oklahoma House of Representatives and Senate.
City Council

City Council defers mask mandate vote, honors outgoing council members

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The main order of business for Tuesday’s OKC City Council meeting was an effort to end a city-wide mask mandate a month early.
EMBARK

EMBARK officials show new Bus Rapid Transit plans in virtual town hall

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EMBARK, City of Oklahoma City's public transit system, is getting closer to the construction of a new Bus Rapid Transit route northwest.
Blumert

Commish Blumert holds virtual town hall on spending, Jail, county projects

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Oklahoma County Commissioner Carrie Blumert held a virtual town hall Monday, March 22, 2021 covering a wide range of topics.
Oklahoma Employment Security Commission

OESC prioritizing unemployment benefits from new fed COVID-19 relief bill

The Oklahoma Employment Security Commission (OESC) is putting the implementation of the new federal COVIC-19 relief bill as a top priority.
City Council

City Council approves homelessness grants, temporary water bill relief

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The City Council of Oklahoma City approved new grants for homelessness relief, approved a mural and temporary water bill relief.
legislature

Juvenile records expungement bill passes House, on way to Senate

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A bipartisan House bill that would amend the process for juvenile record expungements passed out of the Okla House on Monday, March 8th.