While presidential hopefuls discussed foreign policy, entitlements and tax codes, Sen. David Holt asked Republicans to also focus on trash collection.
Following an inquiry by Oklahoma Gazette, Oklahoma City Public Schools said it was a mistake to invite a city councilman into its executive session Monday night and it has reported the incident to the district attorney.
A Republic Parking System (RPS) employee stole over $400,000 from Oklahoma City’s transportation department.
As our city grows, finding easy and safe ways for residents to cycle to work and with families is paramount.
Melvin Porter was elected as the state’s first African-American senator in 1965 and was honored Wednesday in the chamber he served in for 22 years.
“Biking and walking inherently humanize the transportation experience, leading us to humanize those we did not previously understand.”
Aaron Renn of the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research kicked off the Mayor’s Development Roundtable on Wednesday with advice for OKC.
City leaders view a bridge of trust as key to the growth of the southside.
Architect Cory Baitz talks about development and downtown infrastructure with Oklahoma Gazette.
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.