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Citywide vote set for Sept. 12 on proposed bond program and sales tax initiatives

Monday, June 26, 2017

The Oklahoma City Council voted to call a special election Sept. 12 for voters to consider investing more than $1.2 billion in critical infrastructure like streets and sidewalks, including an annual $26 million boost for public safety and other day-to-day operations. The Council approved three proposals to present to voters: A 10-year, $967 million bond

Academia, industry combine to boost Oklahoma’s presence at annual BIO show

Friday, June 23, 2017

SAN DIEGO — When Tom Kupiec looked to either side, he saw more than a pair of fellow Oklahomans joining him at a small conference table on the floor of the San Diego Convention Center.

University of Oklahoma Venture Fellows test their market research mission at BIO show

Thursday, June 22, 2017

SAN DIEGO — University of Oklahoma Venture Fellow Blake Hopiavuori reflected upon the end of a long day combing the massive BIO 2017 biotechnology show here as he sat in the OKBio pavilion late Tuesday afternoon.

O'Connor: Much to celebrate at the Oklahoma River

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Through public and private investments exceeding $200 million, the Boathouse District has evolved into a destination place with adventure sports, live entertainment, restaurants, walking trails, special events and Olympic-level competition.

At BIO Show, Oklahomans share their stories with life sciences world

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

SAN DIEGO — Every one of the almost 20,000 people who came to the world's largest biotechnology industry trade show here this week has a story to tell.

Oklahoma faces in the BIO crowd

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Oklahomans answer the question: Why are you in San Diego at the BIO show?

Innovating Oklahoma City, the urban way

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Oklahoma City is riding a national trend of urban areas pressing forward with economic development when state leadership falters.

 

Opinion: Proof of MAPS 3's success is evident in the progress

Friday, May 19, 2017

MAPS 3 continues to inspire civic pride through economic growth, cultural expansion and an improved quality of life. The $777 million project is a testament to the confidence our city leaders put in the people of Oklahoma City; the approved 1-cent sales tax that funds the projects debt-free is evidence of the voters' foresight.