Fear of potential abuse of new tech often feeds governmental and societal apprehensions of innovations, whether they be drones, self-driving cars or rideshare services.
After nearly a year of study and months of debate, an ordinance regulating Uber and Lyft drivers was approved on Tuesday.
Bids for a proposed whitewater facility along the Oklahoma River came into the City of Oklahoma City last month almost $20 million over the estimated $23.8 million price tag.
A dedicated bike and walking trail connecting Lake Hefner and the Oklahoma River could be complete in less than two years.
Uber and Lyft are in a heated debate with the city and local cab companies about proposed regulation that goes to a city council vote next week.
While Election Day is still more than eight months away, some names are emerging as possible candidates.
Copies of the letters sent by Friends for a Better Boulevard sent to the Oklahoma City council and mayor.
Four Oklahoma City council seats are up for election in March, 2015, which includes Wards 2, 5, 6 and 8.
Oklahoma City council approved a permit for a new restaurant on 23rd Street, along with tax incentives for Cabela’s.
OKC Council met on July 1, 2014, approving a tax incentive package for Cabela’s and moving forward on a bike lane project.