Oklahoma City’s urban renaissance includes projects that address the coexistence of nature and the city.
Cover Story: If Sinclair Broadcast Group’s planned purchase of Tribune Media goes through, it will own half the commercial television stations in OKC.
Discussions on the county jail and criminal justice reform continue with the newly created Oklahoma County Criminal Justice Advisory Council.
The fight for permanent legal status will take Dreamers and their allies to Oklahoma’s Congressional delegation. Efforts are already underway.
P.4 A planned merger of Sinclair Broadcast Group and Tribune Media could result in half of Oklahoma City’s television stations falling under one ownership. By Laura Eastes, George Lang, Ben Luschen and Jacob Threadgill. | Cover by Christopher Street, illustrations by Jim Massara
The American Indian Cultural Center and Museum’s second chance is cemented with
an agreement reached by Oklahoma City, the state and the Chickasaw Nation.
Tuesday, OKC votes on Mayor Cornett’s plan for the city’s future. The ballot includes a $967.4 million bond referendum as well as two sales tax propositions to address safety and streets.
Reform in the Oklahoma City Municipal Court was in part prompted by similar change within the Ferguson, Missouri, police department and city court.
A grassroots coalition makes another customized proposal to generate funding for teacher bonuses.
In Oklahoma City’s urban core, the question is where to grocery shop. Two new projects provide an answer.