A controversial plan to drill for oil near Lake Hefner has been withdrawn by a local energy company.
Soon, larger sidewalks, traffic-slowing medians, bicycle parking and trees will improve safety community use of the area.
Finding a deeper sense of community is a popular concept today as urban living continues to grow in popularity and younger residents seek housing that encourages neighborly interaction.
OKC Energy FC’s assistant coach dismissed from position while facing a murder charge in Liverpool, England.
Many of Oklahoma City’s urban neighborhoods have stepped up their efforts in recent years when it comes to biking and pedestrian infrastructure. However, moving from one community to the next by bike or foot remains challenging, especially when having to cross Classen Boulevard. “How do we start rethinking Classen?” said Jon Dodson, who lives near…
Capitol Hill High School is in search of a new mascot. The Oklahoma City School Board voted 8-0 to dismiss the Redskins mascot after hearing from several students and community members who said the name was offensive to Native Americans. Board chair Lynne Hardin said she was among many who grew up in OKC without…
Citizens, local officials and members of the Urban Land Institute of Oklahoma Institute for Quality Communities recently walked a stretch of Classen Blvd. to discuss ways to make the busy urban cooridor more pedestrian and cycle friendly.
Kelly Fry was nervous, proud, scared and a little teary-eyed.
A privately operated passenger rail line between the Tulsa and Oklahoma City metros will begin in the spring, and OKC city officials have expressed a desire to see the train reach downtown.
Silicon Valley, New York City and the Pacific Northwest might get attention for being regions of innovation and progress, but the Sooner State holds its own as a creative center, and the world is taking notice.