Some of Oklahoma’s most influential people have banded together to form Step Up Oklahoma and fix the budget shortfall.
CFN looks back on 2017 and makes predictions about what Okies will get up to in 2018.
After 51 years of service to Oklahoma, David Boren announces his plan to retire. The college president, former U.S. senator and governor leaves behind a legacy of a true statesman.
Jim Couch, Leslie Batchelor and Mark Beffort are being recognized for their work in the development of OKC.
Oklahoma’s prison population has risen above 61,000 for the first time in almost 50 years.
In all of the pandemonium over KD’s departure, the city forgot to celebrate its 10-year Thunderversary.
Mary Fallin spent a ridiculous amount of money on her second inauguration.
OKC Friday has named the 50 Most Powerful Oklahomans, and the list is interesting.
Thunder majority owner Clay Bennett Credit: Shannon Cornman Home games at the Chesapeake Energy Arena routinely sell out. Signs of Thunder mania, from car flags to T-shirts, are everywhere. Lengthy, glowing profiles about the team and its relationship to OKC have appeared everywhere from The New York Times to USA Today. The team’s devoted following…
Unofficial results from the Oklahoma County Election Board show that Hardin, a former development officer for the Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics, received 51 percent of the vote, or 3,376 total votes. An entrepreneur and founder of Friends of Northwest Classen High School Foundation, Hardin had outraised Monson by a nearly 5-to-1 margin in…