Calling it a “Trojan Horse” bill, the Oklahoma City Public Schools board voted unanimously to adopt a resolution rebuking legislation that would give city hall the power to sponsor its own charter school.
During Jumpstart Your Money Week, volunteers worked with students at Hawthorne Elementary on financial literacy.
Will Rogers World Airport prepares for the future with nonstop flights and expansion plans.
Incoming Democratic leadership hopes to find a new direction for his party.
It is a sight more commonly seen following a natural disaster: thousands of Oklahomans descending on a neighborhood, pausing from their own lives to help rebuild a community.
Name change Damon Berryhill, head coach of the Oklahoma City Dodgers, said the city’s three magic words when asked to recall his memory playing in the first game when the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark opened in 1998. “As far as I was concerned, it was a big-league city,” said Berryhill, as if reading from a script…
If Gov. Mary Fallin endorses Senate Bill 782, school districts outside Oklahoma City and Tulsa could open charter schools.
Superintendent Robert Neu called the district’s high suspension rate — especially among minority students — an unacceptable culture of sorting students that he plans to stop.
Seventy five residents took part in the first Trailhead OKC urban hike on Sunday, completing a 6.2 mile journey through nearly every corner of downtown Oklahoma City.
Over 1,000 volunteers took part in Rebuilding Together OKC’s annual rebuilding day, which repaired 30 homes in the Classen Ten Penn neighborhood in west Oklahoma City.