The City of Oklahoma City maintains more than 3,500 miles of roadways within the city limits.
The Oklahoma County Election Board has finalized the list of candidates for the Oklahoma City Council elections on Feb. 12, disqualifying one candidate who filed to run in Ward 5.
After two years of service, Rhonda Hooper shares how her leadership role with the Chamber impacted her perspective.
Other officers include Rhonda Hooper, Jordan Advertising, immediate past chair; John Hart, Continental Resources, treasurer; David Rainbolt, BancFirst Corporation, corporate secretary; and Roy H. Williams, CCE, Chamber president and CEO.
Ward 7 Oklahoma City Councilwoman Nikki Nice is hosting a community forum for residents to learn about development programs in Oklahoma City.
As much of Oklahoma City prepared for a winter storm Thursday, landscape crews were planting about more 50 trees in the 70-acre Scissortail Park near the downtown business district.
The city’s new downtown streetcar will track a lot closer to riders’ expectations of timed stops thanks to a gift of computer coding from U.S. Fleet Tracking.
Millennial job seekers in Oklahoma City can enjoy several benefits like lower costs of living and a large millennial workforce, making it one of the best cities for millennials entering the workforce.