An Oklahoma City Briefs Package

FROM STAFF REPORTSNorman road projects go on NORMAN — The intersection of Lindsey Street and Wylie Road has been reopened to traffic, but the north and south sides of the Lindsey Street and McGee Drive intersection have been closed for installation of a sanitary sewer line under Lindsey and north on McGee to Lancaster Circle.Read more on

  • Sports briefs: Oklahoma signs coach Riley to extension; Tyler Trent dies; more
    Gruden had been searching for a general manager after the team fired Reggie McKenzie earlier in a 4-12 season that ended with a 35-3 loss to Kansas City on Sunday. It was an underwhelming return to th...
    01/1/2019 - 3:08 pm | View Link
  • Trans girl, 12, bullied by parents in Oklahoma
    Windy City Media Group does not approve or necessarily agree with ... DC—Transgender service members challenging Trump's military ban today will file briefs opposing the administration's request that ...
    09/5/2018 - 2:16 am | View Link
  • How a rural murder case could return nearly half the state of Oklahoma to tribal control
    If it stands, it will shift jurisdiction over 4,600 square miles containing 750,000 people—including most of the city of Tulsa—from Oklahoma state ... farmers and oil and gas companies filed amicus br...
    08/27/2018 - 9:37 am | View Link
  • Oklahoma Supreme Court hears arguments on petition to repeal tax hikes
    OKLAHOMA CITY - The Oklahoma Supreme Court spent two hours hearing ... The issues we raised in the briefs for the protest are good and valid arguments. I believe the action that our members, parents, ...
    06/11/2018 - 6:11 am | View Link
  • Oklahoma business briefs
    Oklahoma City-based Express Employment Professionals was awarded first place in the staffing franchise category of Entrepreneur magazine's 40th annual Franchise 500 list. The company is among the ...
    07/17/2017 - 11:05 pm | View Link
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  • Oklahoma Policy Institute | Better Information, Better Policy
    [Download the 2017 Poverty Profile as a PDF Fact Sheet] 621,076 Oklahomans had incomes below the poverty level in 2017. That’s 15.8 percent of Oklahoma’s population, or about 1 out of every 6 Oklahomans.
    01/7/2019 - 6:16 pm | View Website
  • Daily News Briefs | Wireless Estimator
    Valmont Industries, Inc., a leading global provider of engineered products and services for infrastructure development and irrigation equipment and services for agriculture, today announced that it has acquired the operational assets of Larson Camouflage, the industry-leading provider of architectural and camouflage concealment solutions for the wireless telecommunication market.
    01/7/2019 - 12:11 pm | View Website
  • The Oklahoman
    The Oklahoman is the state's largest newspaper and its most trusted news source. is a resource exclusively for our print and digital subscribers: all the day’s articles, streamlined for touch-screen tablets and desktop computers.
    01/6/2019 - 10:49 pm | View Website
  • Oklahoma Bankers Association – We make bankers better!
    he Oklahoma Bankers Hall of Fame inducted its first-ever class today at the Oklahoma History Center in Oklahoma City. Shawnee banker Larry Briggs, Altus banker Ken Fergeson and Oklahoma City banker Gene Rainbolt made up the inaugural group.
    01/6/2019 - 6:46 pm | View Website
  • The Journal Record – Your business is our business
    No major surprises as streetcar passengers top 75,000. Oklahoma City's new downtown streetcar system passed the test of its first ice storm with few surpri...
    01/6/2019 - 6:10 pm | View Website
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