News & Updates
Monday, March 18, 2019
On Sept. 12, 2017, Oklahoma City voters approved 13 bond propositions and two sales tax initiatives known as the Better Streets, Safer City projects.
The 10-year, $967 million bond package invests in streets, police and fire facilities, parks and other basic needs. It succeeds the 2007 bond program, which is almost complete.
The largest piece of the bond
Wednesday, March 13, 2019
With construction of three major projects underway, the downtown skyline is dotted with cranes, concrete piers, steel beams and new structures.
Steel beams are going up for the new MAPS 3 convention center, work is on schedule, and the facility is expected to open in 2020.
After months doing the underground work (building the pad, doing the plumbing and
Friday, March 1, 2019
Sheet Metal Contractor’s Association of Oklahoma’s member, Matherly Mechanical, Installs the U.S. Air Force’s Largest Energy Saving Project at TAF
Friday, February 22, 2019
With Oklahoma City Public Schools district facilities operating at 60 percent capacity and enrollment projected to decline over the next few years, it is clear that the status quo is not an acceptable way to approach the future of the district.
Yesterday, OKCPS Superintendent Sean McDaniel shared his recommendation of a Final Path forward for OKCPS to
Thursday, February 21, 2019
To help you strengthen your business, the Chamber is launching a new event on the first Friday of the month starting in March. Enlighten, a lunch-and-learn event that is part of the Business University suite of programming, will provide small business networking and education resources exclusively to Chamber member businesses. Event topics will offer easily
Wednesday, January 30, 2019
Although the United States continues to lead the world in the number of citizens under the authority of the criminal justice system, 2018 witnessed champions of criminal justice reform across the county achieve victories in their relentless quest to successfully chip away at the injustice in America’s criminal justice system.
In Oklahoma, a report
Friday, January 18, 2019
Recently, members of the OKC News Bureau were treated to a tour of the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum complex, which will be resuming construction in April and aiming for a grand opening in the spring of 2021.
Shoshana Wasserman, associate director of the American Indian Cultural Center Foundation, briefed participants on the history of the
Thursday, January 17, 2019
Carley Williams has been appointed to managing partner (MP) of BKD CPAs & Advisors' Oklahoma City, Tulsa and Enid offices, effective January 2, 2019. Williams succeeds Todd Lisle, who recently transitioned to the MP role for BKD’s Dallas, Fort Worth and Waco offices.