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Natalie Shirley: A win-win for Oklahoma employers, job seekers

Friday, November 17, 2017

Registered apprenticeships and paid internships are a win-win for job seekers and employers.

Flights between OKC and Austin, Texas, to take off in January

Thursday, November 16, 2017

ViaAir will launch nonstop flights between Oklahoma City and Austin, Texas, beginning Jan. 18, the airline said Wednesday.

Before regional transit, cities must agree on structure

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

The task force is exploring which route to take toward a unified system that could include buses, streetcars, bicycle sharing programs, rail and even boats along the Oklahoma River.

Criminal Justice Advisory Council Formed to Continue Criminal Justice Reform in Oklahoma County

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Criminal justice reform efforts in Oklahoma County took a significant step forward today with the first meeting of the new Criminal Justice Advisory Council, an interlocal government council designed to institutionalize cooperation and planning for the criminal justice system in Oklahoma County.

Ted Moore Dealerships Partner with Regional Food Bank to Support Community

Monday, November 13, 2017

Oklahoma City, OK, November 8, 2017 – Ted Moore Auto Group has signed up six of its automotive dealership stores to collect food for the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma this holiday season. The food drives will be held in the stores at Lawton Kia, Lawton Chrysler Jeep Dodge RAM, Edmond Hyundai, Fiat of Edmond, Stillwater Honda Cars and Barry Sanders

Solaris Paper to open in former Clearwater building

Monday, November 13, 2017

A former tissue-paper manufacturing facility will soon have a new tenant.

Chamber Members Come Together To Support Positive Tomorrows

Friday, November 10, 2017

Yesterday iFLY OKC hosted a very special group of students from Positive Tomorrows, a local school for homeless children.

Positive outcomes seen from Oklahoma work comp reform

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

AS workers' compensation attorneys continue their legal challenges to a state law that shifted Oklahoma to an administrative model, the man who is head of the system is glad to share the positive results it has produced.