Oklahoma City Council votes not to consider an ordinance that would have criminalized homeless encampments
A set of ordinances to criminalize living in homeless encampments will not receive further consideration from the Oklahoma City Council.
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The Oklahoma Turnpike Authority is coming under fire for purchasing domain names that oppose its 15-year, $5 billion ACCESS Oklahoma turnpike program.
Local headlines for Monday, November 21, 2022
You’ve probably heard of Shark Week—a seven-day deep dive into everything shark. But if you want to celebrate toothy fish a bit closer to home, you’re in for a treat. Earlier this month, the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation celebrated its first Gar Week on Twitter.
November is Native American Heritage Month, and the Oklahoma Music Minute is celebrating by playing some of our favorite Indigenous musicians from Oklahoma.
Surveys say the price of Thanksgiving dinner, including turkey, is up this year. Economists attribute the price increase largely to inflation. While experts say there’s no shortage of turkeys, 8 million birds have died or been culled this year because of a viral disease.
Mayor John Suthers tells NPR one of the two patrons who fought the suspect grabbed a gun from the shooter and hit him with it. The motive behind the attack, which left at least five dead, is unknown.
Landmark is open to the public following more than a year of being closed for renovations.
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Oklahoma broke its annual record for emergency teaching certifications, and there’s still one more month to go.
This Week in Oklahoma Politics discusses the low voter turnout in last week's midterm election, the high number of straight party voting on ballots, and Greg Treat's reelection as Senate President Pro Tempore.
Local headlines for Friday, November 18, 2022
'Not just a flood, but a toxic flood': Lead mining waste sits in the same floodwaters as Northeast Oklahoma homes and businessesStanding in the water as it winds between a disc golf course and a nursing home, Rebecca Jim and her companions are soaking up the natural beauty of autumn in Miami, Okla.
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