Wednesday, March 24, 2021
For so long, Native Americans have collectively been seen as one culture, the unique stories of the individual tribes lost to generalizations and stereotypes. When the doors open to the First Americans Museum (FAM), the rich traditions of each of the 39 Tribes in Oklahoma today will be shared with the world.
“This place will create bridges, an
Tuesday, March 16, 2021
As officials at Will Rogers World Airport work through an unprecedented decline in air travel at the same time they are implementing a significant terminal expansion, we reached out to Mark Kranenburg, OKC's Director of Airports, to get some insight on what is next for the region’s largest airport.
Read the interview and get more details on
Wednesday, January 13, 2021
After more than a decade of transformative growth, the Regional Transportation Authority of Central Oklahoma is holding its first Virtual Town Hall Meeting on Jan. 28 to kick off the development of a Transit System Plan for its six member cities. The development of a Plan is a significant milestone toward coordinated transit in the region
Friday, December 18, 2020
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We are immersed in the sounds of Omni Hotel construction as we visit Scissortail Park before heading across Robinson to the hotel, which opens January 26, for an interview with Omni Oklahoma City General Manager Steve Keenan. Steve tells us about
Wednesday, December 16, 2020
North Star Scientific (NSS) Corporation, a Hawaii-based company, has announced plans to expand to Oklahoma City. The company plans to start operations in January with approximately five employees and will ramp up to 40 jobs once its manufacturing site is fully operational.
“NSS has chosen the state of Oklahoma and Oklahoma City as the site of our
Monday, November 23, 2020
The Greater Oklahoma City Chamber is encouraging residents to take pride in their community and rally together to save small businesses during the upcoming holiday season.
As the shopping season begins, the Chamber is relaunching its Stand Tall and Shop Small for OKC campaign. The Chamber wants residents to give a much-needed boost to the businesses that
Monday, November 16, 2020
Oklahoma City’s effort to support seniors determined to live longer and healthier lives will take on added momentum with the start of the final two health and wellness centers. The two unnamed centers are part of four senior health and wellness projects across the city. The $55.5 million multi-facility project was part of MAPS 3, which used a
Wednesday, September 9, 2020
As Oklahoma City prepares to roll out the red carpet and welcome larger business and event groups than ever before, city officials will look to have the keys to the new expansive Oklahoma City Convention Center by year’s end.
David Todd, MAPS Program Manager, said the project continues to go well and remains under budget. Contractors have to reach