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Quorum challenges hobble little known Okla County Court Services Board

Thursday’s meeting of the Court Services Board failed to meet quorum requirements, and the Mental Health Court Board, and Drug Court Boards heard reports.
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Accident hot spot forming on Okla City Boulevard just 48 hours after open

Only 48 hours after opening, the newest section of Oklahoma City Boulevard is already developing an accident hotspot where it intersects with S. Klein Ave.
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Black leaders and mayor recall past civil rights gains – point to future needs

Sunday, black leaders vowed to continue the fight for racial justice in the future as they recalled past gains in Oklahoma City to end segregation.
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Northside neighbors load town hall seeking answers on homelessness

Oklahoma City police conducted a town hall on homelessness Thursday revealing a far more complex set of circumstances not often known by the general public.
Oklahoma County Jail

OK County Commissioners divided on ICE officers stationed in County Jail

Oklahoma County's three commissioners are divided in their opinions about U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents being stationed full-time in the Oklahoma County Jail.

Vigil protests ICE agents stationed at Oklahoma County Jail

A vigil held outside the Oklahoma County Jail Friday evening drew attention to U.S. Immigration and Customs (ICE) officers stationed at the jail full-time.
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Big county, big job

It didn't matter that the county commissioners were in a very public struggle with each other and Sheriff P.D. Taylor over control...

Rep Horn uses open house, town halls to reach out

In her first year of a two-year Congressional term, U.S. Rep. Kendra Horn is making a concerted effort to be available to...
Carri Hicks, Democratic Party nominee for SD40

Elem teacher Hicks prevails in SD40 Democratic Party primary

Carri Hicks had a baby half-way through her campaign for the Senate District 40 Democratic primary nomination and won anyway. That's determination. And it was expressed...
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Guild seen – later admits to – removing opponent’s campaign signs

Democrat Tom Guild was seen pulling up an opponent's campaign signs just as the afternoon rush hour was starting in Oklahoma City Monday. Guild is...