However, in many ways, 2015 is much more advanced than even Hollywood could have imagined.
A pastor, teacher, doctor and professor. It’s no joke; it’s the race for Oklahoma City’s Ward 2 council seat.
Senate Bill 13, often referred to as the “hoodie bill,” will not get a committee hearing.
The first Twitter Tuesday explores the PSAT, night bus service and Gov. Fallin’s gay friends.
Oklahoma City Public Schools’ offering of the PSAT for free to every sophomore and junior this year increased participation in the test from 200 to over 2,800.
Gov. Fallin gave her State of the State address, two protesters showed up in masks and Democrats look for a place despite small numbers.
As the city spends over $18 million on new sidewalks across Oklahoma City, Ward 2 Councilman Ed Shadid has requested that some of the funds be used for concrete pads for dedicated bus shelters.
The Ward 2 race for city council is crowded with the March 3 election approaching.
With another legislative session starting next week, here are some takeaways from Wednesday’s State Budget Summit hosted by the Oklahoma Policy Institute.
Hundreds gathered to share ideas on how to make Classen Blvd. more bike and pedestrian friendly.