The one man who could have taken her down is Oklahoma’s answer to Uncle Fester: former state Rep. “Joltin’” Joe Dorman.
The city votes to keep Columbus Day despite citizens’ efforts to reestablish the holiday as Indigenous Peoples Day.
The city works to acquire land by eminent domain after selecting a site for a new convention center.
Riversport Rapids, opening in the spring, offers residents a unique city rafting experience.
Oklahoma City Council members are trying to find a solution to dangerous abandoned apartments that have cost the city thousands of dollars.
A 70-page strategy was unveiled at last month’s city planning meeting.
Ask anyone and they’ll name intersections where panhandlers stand in Oklahoma City.
Over the last several decades, it became obvious that the load on the courts would require a new facility.
The Oklahoma State Fair draws visitors and dollars to the city. Now, it is poised to do more.
Social media and old-fashioned pavement-pounding work to bring residents closer than ever.