As the 2015 legislative season draws to a close — the deadline to end this session is Friday — here are 10 bills that you might not have heard about that were passed into law.
While presidential hopefuls discussed foreign policy, entitlements and tax codes, Sen. David Holt asked Republicans to also focus on trash collection.
Die hard Republicans won’t have to leave empty handed during this week’s SRLC.
BikePed plan Last week’s Livable Streets Summit highlighted the demand in Oklahoma City for more bikeable and walkable streets and open and safe public spaces. The city has made some effort in recent years to expand its cycling infrastructure and is in the beginning stages of a bike/pedestrian master plan called BikePedOKC. “This plan will…
Considered the largest political event in the state’s history, SRLC opened its three-day convention Thursday in the heart of Oklahoma.
as the SRLC celebrates the Republican Party, each candidate will be looking to communicate a distinct message at this year’s conference, which runs Thursday- Saturday at Cox Convention Center and Renaissance Oklahoma City Convention Center Hotel.
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.
The seven goals set during the Great Conversation for Oklahoma City Public Schools were announced during a breakfast hosted by Superintends Rob Neu and Keith Ballard.
Calling it a “Trojan Horse” bill, the Oklahoma City Public Schools board voted unanimously to adopt a resolution rebuking legislation that would give city hall the power to sponsor its own charter school.
A close relationship between city leaders made a difference in the hours and days following the April 19, 1995 bombing in Oklahoma City.