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OKC Mayor Holt talks with protesters Tuesday after lifting curfew

OKC Mayor David Holt spent Tuesday talking with protesters downtown listening to their concerns and in some cases directing them to staff who were there.
City Council

City Council hears 5 budgets and 3.5 hours of public comments Tuesday

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In a nine-hour virtual Zoom meeting of the City Council of Oklahoma City Tuesday, Police, Fire, Parks, and others gave budget presentations.
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Oklahoma City curfew zone downtown goes into effect Monday night

Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt has signed a curfew for a zone around City Hall, Police Headquarters, the Oklahoma County Jail and other public buildings.
Criminal Justice Authority

Jail Trust sets date for Oklahoma County Jail takeover, approves contracts

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The Oklahoma County Criminal Justice Authority, or Jail Trust, met Monday to prepare for the transition of the Jail from the Sheriff’s Office to the Trust.
Oklahoma County Jail

Inmate tests positive for COVID-19 in Oklahoma County Jail

The Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office (OSCO) announced Monday at 4:15 p.m. that the Oklahoma County Jail now has one inmate who tested positive for COVID-19.
Oklahoma County Courthouse Annex

County Commissioners make statements about protests, approve jail lease

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The Board of County Commissioners agreed to a lease for the Oklahoma County Jail and made statements regarding recent political unrest.
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Peaceful protest devolves into broken glass, police confrontations, tear gas

What started as peaceful protests of police killings across the nation ended with broken glass and damage to locally-owned businesses Saturday night.
Oklahoma City Hall

Council approves Costco incentive, allocates CARES Act money

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The City Council for the City of Oklahoma City held a marathon meeting Tuesday and made a number of critical decisions about allocations of money.
Oklahoma County Office Building

Even with 1,000 eviction cases filed since March, no COVID spike yet

As eviction petitions continue to add up in the court system in Oklahoma County, actual cases filed so far since March 15 are not up to their normal levels.
MAPS 4

MAPS 4 Citizens Advisory Board appointments first step into next decade

Mayor David Holt appointed 11 members of the MAPS 4 Citizens Advisory Board that will make recommendations to the City Council over the next decade.