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Walk this way

Sidewalks are some of earliest MAPS 3 projects to be completed and add 65 miles of pedestrian-friendly travel to the cityscape.


News

Ben Felder
Sidewalks don’t grab the spotlight like convention centers and streetcars, but Mayor Mick Cornett called the planned addition of nearly 65 miles of new sidewalks across the city one of the most important parts of Metropolitan Area Projects, or MAPS 3.
 
Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Metro briefs

Council moves forward on chickens ordinance


News

Ben Felder
The Oklahoma City Council is moving forward on a backyard chicken ordinance. A public hearing was held this week, and the council is expected to cast a final vote on May 13.
 
Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Hear the music

Celebrations continue this month as OKC hits its 125th birthday.


News

Ben Felder
Sitting in the shadow of modern skyscrapers and the rise of a new Oklahoma City are four concrete buildings that contain nearly 80 years of OKC history.
 
Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Nursing know-how

A U.S. Air Force veteran finds a second career in his 60s.


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Danniel Parker
U.S. Air Force veteran Tim Mander didn’t want a second career as a Walmart greeter.
 
Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Oklahoma City hires new parks and planning heads

One familiar face and one new arrival will take over top city positions.


News

Ben Felder
Oklahoma City Manager Jim Couch announced the hiring of two department heads today.
 
Monday, April 21, 2014

Sidewalks are some of earliest MAPS 3 projects to be complete


News

Ben Felder
Sidewalks don’t grab the spotlight like convention centers and streetcars, but Mayor Mick Cornett called the planned addition of nearly 65 miles of new sidewalks across the city one of the most important parts of Metropolitan Area Projects, or MAPS 3.
 
Thursday, April 17, 2014

Circuit Court hears case for Oklahoma's same-sex marriage ban


News

Ben Felder
Following Thursday’s 40-minute hearing in front of the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver, Oklahoma will now wait for a ruling on whether its ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional.
 
Thursday, April 17, 2014

Religious beliefs only go so far for Hobby Lobby


CFN

Gazette staff
Hobby Lobby, the Oklahoma City-based craft store, believes it’s a violation of the company’s religious beliefs to pay for emergency contraception for its employees. But when it comes to making money off those same contraceptives, the retail chain doesn’t appear to be as convicted by its morals.
 
Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Moore sends hate runnin’


CFN

Gazette staff
Counter-protesters chased Westboro Baptist Church protesters away from Central Junior High in Moore on April 6, KOCO reported. As a result of the deadly May 20, 2013, tornado, Plaza Towers Elementary students attended Central until a new school could be built.
 
Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Tea Partiers for T.W.


CFN

Gazette staff
Can Tea Partier and former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin’s endorsement help Republicans win empty senate seats? Former House Speaker T.W. Shannon (R-Lawton), sure hopes so. Shannon is looking to fill state Sen. Tom Coburn’s position when he retires at the end of this congressional session.
 
Wednesday, April 16, 2014

We’re No. 7!


CFN

Gazette staff
The U.S. Department of Commerce ranked Oklahoma No. 7 for average personal income growth in 2013, reported Cleveland.com.
 
Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Kings of everything


CFN

Gazette staff
Weird things happen at Kings of Leon concerts: birds poop on the band, Brad Pitt shows up to party. But what went down in Seattle late last month is pretty sickening.
 
Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Yes. But then again, no.


CFN

Gazette staff
Gov. Mary Fallin is in support of Common Core education standards and building a state health insurance exchange.
 
Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Take a ride

Oklahoma City looks to return to its transit-rich past.


News

Ben Felder
The history of public transportation in Oklahoma City shows a thriving system of buses and streetcars and an era to which today’s city leaders have talked about returning.
 
Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Back to church

A downtown congregation bought a church built in 1920 and plans its first service for Easter.


News

Kelley Chambers
Tucked into a lot on just under one acre between NW 13th Street and Classen Drive sits a long-neglected church built in 1920.
 
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
 
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