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Standard & Poor’s, Moody’s reaffirm Oklahoma City’s AAA bond rating

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

For the seventh year in a row, the City of Oklahoma City has earned the highest bond ratings possible from two of the nation’s most respected financial rating services. 

Significant progress continues on MAPS 3 Projects

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Three MAPS 3 projects celebrated recent milestones as they continue to impact the landscape of Oklahoma City’s quality of life.

City seeks citizen help to name MAPS 3 downtown park

Thursday, March 9, 2017

Mayor Mick Cornett launched a campaign Tuesday to let city residents name the massive MAPS 3 downtown park.

Streuli: OKC Zoo is on a tear

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Here’s what I didn’t know but should have: The Oklahoma City Zoo is on a tear. More than 1 million people per year have visited the zoo each of the last several years, and the zoo set a new attendance record of 1,070,388 visitors in 2016.

First MAPS 3 wellness center opens

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

The first of four city-owned, senior wellness centers formally opened in north Oklahoma City Tuesday with a long list of potential members already collected, officials said.

Allegiant launching twice-weekly nonstop flights between OKC and Los Angeles

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Low-cost carrier Allegiant will offer twice-weekly nonstop seasonal flights to Los Angeles from Oklahoma City, the company said Tuesday.

Railroad quiet zone begins by early March in downtown OKC

Monday, February 27, 2017

The Federal Railway Administration has approved a “quiet zone” in downtown Oklahoma City that will allow trains to move through the urban core without sounding a horn at downtown intersections.

Civic home run: The Brick launched OKC's renaissance 19 years ago

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Before the Thunder, before Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant and the NBA Finals, before hotels on virtually every corner and new downtown apartments rising by the month, before the Boathouse District, before the canal and all the restaurants and the art museum and the renovated Civic Center, before Devon Tower, Oklahoma City built a baseball park in Bricktown.

And hasn't been the same since.