The Oklahoma ACLU criticized the Oklahoma County's District Attorney David Prater for charging some protesters under Oklahoma's anti-terrorism laws.
A number of people are seeking help daily with unemployment claim problems by waiting in line at the main Oklahoma Employment Commission (OESC) offices.
The only health department codes The City of Oklahoma City has to work with are state-level health laws that were not written anticipating a pandemic.
The Oklahoma County Criminal Justice Authority (Jail Trust) approved a slate of contracts and agreed to an historic lease of the Oklahoma County Jail.
The pandemic that has caused the greatest unemployment rate since the Great Depression is showing rising numbers of people experiencing homelessness.
The Supreme Court handed down a decision Thursday blocking the Trump administration from ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program or DACA.
In a nine-hour meeting Tuesday, the City Council adopted a budget for Fiscal Year 2021 after hearing many public comments and passsed a policing resolution.
A U.S. Supreme Court decision handed down Monday to protect workers under Title VII was a major surprise nationally and to local LGBTQ+ advocates.
The Oklahoma County Budget Board held a public budget hearing with no residents commenting Wednesday, then approved the budget of $105.7 million for FY21.
In another marathon meeting of the City Council of Oklahoma City Tuesday, more commenters weighed in on the police budget and funding.