In this week’s episode of the Capital City Podcast we talk with newly elected Representative Jason Dunnington about his election and the political makeup of Oklahoma City.
Rep. John Bennett, R-Sallisaw, has not backed down from comments he made calling Islam a “cancer” and questioning its validity as a religion.
We are 40 days until the November election for governor in Oklahoma and as both campaigns hit the homestretch, here are four things you should know about the race between Gov. Mary Fallin and Democratic challenger Joe Dorman.
With black mass event finished, city staff hope for calm following months of angry phone calls and emails.
Oklahoma City had the fifth highest economic output since 2012 of American cities.
A $185,000 grant will allow Oklahoma City to organize historic documents dating back to 1890 and create an online catalog.
The Oklahoma City council voted down an amendment that would prevent rideshare and taxi companies from discriminating on the basis of sexual orientation was voted down.
OKC Mayor Mick Cornett appeared on Sunday’s episode of “Meet the Press’ to discuss the city’s ability to move forward on capital projects while the federal government remains gridlocked.
Troy Stevenson, executive director of the Equality Network’s Oklahoma chapter, discusses the year that was for same-sex marriage in Oklahoma and what we might expect from the U.S. Supreme Court later this year.
Gov. Fallin announced a new council to look into the rise of earthquakes and the possible connections to oil and gas activity.