Absentee voting can be more convenient for voters and keeps them away from potentially sick people.
The 97th Air Mobility Wing at Altus AFB and the 71st Flying Training Wing at Vance AFB are partnering to fly over several medical centers in Greater Oklahoma City to honor frontline COVID-19 responders on Friday, May 1.
REAL ID-compliant IDs will be necessary to board any type of commercial aircraft after Oct. 1, 2021.
New 'AudaCity' podcast: Socially distant but close to sanity, WFH tips, supporting local biz, development updates, more
Our second socially distant episode has more WFH tips for comfort, virtual events and teleconferencing skill development, downtown construction updates, ideas to proactively support local businesses, some of the creative ways businesses and non-profits are supporting efforts to fight the COVID-19 pandemic and more.
Plans have been juggled because of the outbreak of the coronavirus, but many observances remain in place as Oklahoma City prepares to recognize victims and survivors of the 1995 Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building.
The Oklahoma Standard prepares us to help each other in the wake of the COVID-19 epidemic.
The City cemented its lofty status among rating agencies with its conservative approach to revenue and financial resilience.
OK, Letís Count! is the message that Oklahomans will hear repeatedly this spring as the state is pushing its residents to accurately complete the 2020 census form.