• OKC city manager: Proposals will mean better streets, a safer city

    Published: August 30, 2017 By: Jim Couch You can’t miss Oklahoma City’s progress during the past three decades. Children can’t remember living in a city without NBA MVP winners, a thriving Bricktown, spectacular libraries, an eclectic food scene, the Devon Tower and Olympians training on the Oklahoma River. But as hard as Oklahoma City has […]

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  • OKC police staffing is near crisis, union leader says

    Published: August 29, 2017  By: William Crum, The Oklahoman   A police union leader told leaders of Oklahoma City’s business community on Monday that police ranks have failed to keep up with population growth, putting public safety in jeopardy. “We’re just short of what I and several of us who have been involved in this would […]

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