A tour of the Wichita Mountains used to include a stop on Mount Pinchot and a tour guide pointing out the granaries in Grandfield, nearly 35 miles away.
For the last five years, a strong energy sector has allowed Oklahoma’s economy to grow faster than the nation’s as a whole.
Hofmeister begins her tenure with high excitement and high expectations in Oklahoma’s education community.
Thoughts on the work of MLK and the work that is left were heavy for many in Oklahoma City during a march to honor the civil rights icon.
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear a same-sex marriage case this year, but Oklahoma’s marriage equality law remains valid.
Following a narrow, and sometimes contentious, campaign, Rep. Jason Dunnington, who won a primary runoff in August to take the House District 88 seat, and Paula Sophia, who fell just 21 votes short, met for coffee. “We talked for three hours, got to know each other fairly well,” Sophia said. “There is a lot that…
A look at some of the year’s top stories through quotes.
City residents living in wards 2, 5, 6 and 8 who are interested in running for a seat on the Oklahoma City Council can file Jan. 28-30 at the Oklahoma County Election Board.
Starting February 2015, a passenger rail line will link OKC with the Tulsa area by twice-daily trips between the two cities.
Clifton Adcock, staff reporter with Oklahoma Watch, and Sean Wallace, executive director of Oklahoma Corrections Professionals, discuss the overcrowding of the state’s prison system and early release programs designed to relieve some of that pressure.