The Metropolitan Library Commission heard from an unusually large number of public commenters at their regular meeting Thursday.
OKC Mayor David Holt visited the White House on Wednesday to build support for a major bipartisanship infrastructure package.
A vacant church building on the line between the Edgemere and Jefferson Park neighborhoods partially burned in a midnight two-alarm fire.
Discarded fireworks was the dominant cause of a large number of dumpster fires and house fires over the 4th of July weekend.
Metropolitan Library System in Oklahoma City and County is beginning a library fine forgiveness program and starting a fine-free year.
The family of Oluwatoyin "Toyin" Amuda issued their first statement expressing their sorrow about his death and pleading for information.
Even though lightning caused the OKC Pride Festival to cancel the parade Saturday morning, the weekend stayed on schedule.
New information about the death of Oluwatoyin Adewole Amuda, 18, in Deer Creek has been released by Okla County Sherriff's Office.
EMSA continues to renew its medical heat alert that has been in effect throughout most of June. The new alert is through Saturday, June 19.
Chamber CEO Roy Williams and joined a panel of experts in job training and placement for people with felony charges in their background.
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