Oklahoma City maintains the state’s only municipal-run fish hatchery, which enriches lakes, ponds and lives. The hatchery restocks lakes around OKC and encourages a new generation to take up fishing.
Oklahoma City celebrated its 125th birthday, which is on the young side as far as American cities go. A birthday celebration at city hall included a guided tour.
Closed primaries and low voter turnouts mean a sizable number of Oklahomans will have no say in upcoming primary elections across the state.
The Oklahoma City Housing Authority serves nearly 16,000 people through public housing and Section 8 vouchers. Federal funding cuts have strained the organization in recent years.
Robert Neu will become the ninth superintendent in 14 years of the Oklahoma City Public School System on July 1. He recognizes the challenges of the job, but says he’s ready.
OKC is the largest city in America without evening bus service, but that could change as council ponders more transit funds
Variety Care, a nonprofit, family- based Oklahoma healthcare center, is working with Reach Out and Read to triple the number of clinics that will offer free books and literacy-rich environments to children.
When a controversy arose over whether or not the new National September 11 Memorial & Museum in New York City should include a gift shop, one of the first calls officials made was to Oklahoma City. “I told them to stay focused on what they were doing,” said Kari Watkins, executive director of the…
Love’s Travel Stops officials reopened a store May 15 that was destroyed when it was hit by a tornado on May 10, 2010. The store, at Interstate 40 and Choctaw Road, took a direct hit as Love’s general manager Warren Waltz and several employees and customers sought shelter inside. The new store is 11,000 square…
News reporter Ben Felder reports from City Hall on May 13, 2014. Topics: Residential chickens Property aquisition around Core-to-Shore development project Female department heads story preview