Mayor Mick Cornett, 56, and Terri Walker, 55, were married today in Tulsa.
A new ordinance regulating rideshare companies like Uber and Lyft went into effect Nov. 22 and companies have 30 days to submit applications for a license to operate legally in Oklahoma City.
In this week’s episode of the Capital City podcast we welcome OKC school board member Laura Massenat.
Mindful of complaints that Project 180 and other downtown construction has stirred over the past few years, members of the streetcar subcommittee say they want to learn from those mistakes.
Joe Hartman and Cassi Peters from Skyfire Media joined the show this week to talk about what this month’s midterm elections mean for Democrats in Oklahoma and what lessons there are to learn for a party looking to rebuild itself.
Several cities across the country faced transit-oriented elections last week, and the success and failure of some of those measures offers lessons for Oklahoma City.
Eastern Oklahoma County appears to be home to some of the metro’s most partisan voters, while the John Kilpatrick Turnpike serves as a dividing line between Republicans and Democrats.
Should Oklahoma Democrats be rooting for a Republican victory in the next presidential election?
In this week’s episode of Capital City we welcome Sen. David Holt who offers his take on what Tuesday’s elections in Oklahoma mean. Warning: You Democrats may not like his take on the future of elections in the Sooner State.
In this week’s episode of the Capital City Podcast, Steve Hill, chief of staff to OKC Mayor Mick Cornett, talks about his role at city hall and the work of cities.