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bike summit

Annual Oklahoma Bike Summit equips cyclists for advocacy

Cycling enthusiasts, advocates, and experts from across the state converged on Oklahoma City Friday and Saturday for the annual Oklahoma Bike Summit. Organized by Bike...

Time running out to vote absentee in upcoming OKC City Council election

On February 9, voters in parts of Oklahoma City will have a say in the makeup of the City Council for the next four years.

Horn town hall covers COVID-19, public health issues, Medicaid expansion

Congresswoman Kendra Horn, CD-5, drew yet another crowd to one of her many town halls Saturday but absent any hostility, a current rarity in politics.
FOP Bice

Bice receives Oklahoma City police union endorsement in CD-5 race

Stephanie Bice (R) received an endorsement in the Congressional District 5 race from Oklahoma City FOP that represents OKCPD officers.

Third and last Horn, Bice debate focuses on who is the most bipartisan

Tuesday night marked the last time Senator Stephanie Bice and Congresswoman Kendra Horn would debate before the election.
Holt at Cap Hill Civic Group, candidate for mayor

Holt – “Not just running for mayor of downtown”

"I'm not just running for mayor of downtown," said David Holt. "I'm running for mayor of all of Oklahoma City." And it seemed to sum...
Youth climate rally

Youth Climate Rally in OKC part of global Youth Climate Strike

The Youth Climate Rally in OkC joined with the Youth Climate Strike nation-wide to bring attention to critical climate change and government policy.
Historic Capitol Hill

Big differences in ideas about south side revealed in OKC Ward 4 race

Incumbent Todd Stone is running for his second term as Ward 4 OKC councilman and newcomers Sam Wargin and Larry Hopper are challenging him.