The Greater Oklahoma City Chamber recently released its Legislative Scorecard, a way to identify elected officials' votes on issues that are important to the business community.
Addition of Sunday bus service drew enthusiastic reviews Tuesday as the Oklahoma City Council adopted a record $1.57 billion budget for 2018-19.
The Chamber is a long-standing supporter of maintaining adequate funding for the state's transportation system, an important driver of economic development.
The Federal Aviation Administration wants to be more than just a blip on your radar.
The board will make recommendations for City Council approval regarding priorities, timelines and other elements of projects to be funded by the temporary penny sales tax.
The Chamber's InterCity Visit to Columbus, Ohio, highlighted the ways that Oklahoma City can learn from Columbus's model of growth and success.