In this week’s episode of the Capital City podcast we record from the first H&8th of 2015 with guests Laura Massenat, Rep. Jason Dunnington, Brian Bergman and Allison Bailey.
Interim director Following Kristen Vails’ departure this month, the Plaza District Association named Dustin Akers as its interim executive director. Akers has experience in urban planning, real estate and community development. He also serves on the advisory board for the Urban Land Institute Oklahoma District Council and is chairman of its Young Leaders Group. “Right…
The Greater Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce presented a Meet Oklahoma booth among those by startups from all over the world at Austin’s SXSW Interactive festival.
Mary Fallin might be warming up to Obamacare.
Tulsa might be home to a tornado-shaped building honoring Oklahoma’s crazy weather.
Two recent out-of-state visitors remarked to me that Oklahoma is a friendly state. They were incredulous that they heard no horns blaring in downtown traffic and motorists respected their turn signals and allowed them to easily change lanes. Oklahomans do pride themselves on hospitality, but the news about the University of Oklahoma fraternity’s racist…
An Oklahoma County Sheriff’s deputy goes viral after helping a local high school raise money for charity.
A year after Oklahoma City Public Schools plan to send teachers, students and parents to the rally next week.
Oklahoma’s legislators are finally cutting LGBT people some slack.
DACA grants allow two Oklahoma students to continue their education without fear of deportation.