A controversial plan to drill for oil near Lake Hefner has been withdrawn by a local energy company.
Soon, larger sidewalks, traffic-slowing medians, bicycle parking and trees will improve safety community use of the area.
Starting February 2015, a passenger rail line will link OKC with the Tulsa area by twice-daily trips between the two cities.
Finding a deeper sense of community is a popular concept today as urban living continues to grow in popularity and younger residents seek housing that encourages neighborly interaction.
U.S. Grant High School has seen dramatic rises in test scores over recent years that tell a success story in this often-troubled urban school district.
Dr. No is at it again, and he is being blasted from various groups for sticking with his principles. But this time, it is for the last time as senator.
It’s the holiday season, so we all feel a pang of empathy when one of our own is busted for public intox.
And that’s just plain lazy.
Things are tough, especially if you live in several Oklahoma counties.
The Oklahoma City Public School Board decided this month to do away with the Redskins mascot at Capitol Hill High School, siding with cultural respect rather than tradition.