This month marks the 20th year of MAPS in Oklahoma City. The Oklahoman and NewsOK give you a special presentation looking at the past, present and future of the initiative that transformed a city.
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May Avenue could reopen this week to limited traffic where the bridge over Northwest Expressway partially collapsed.
Plans are to restore one lane of traffic northbound and one lane southbound on the western spans of the bridge.
A 52-foot span on the east side fell onto Northwest...
With installation this month of the 38th sculpture, the initial phase of the Centennial Land Run Monument in Bricktown is complete.
The latest addition is a horse and rider, situated behind two leading horse-and-rider statues on the west side of Bricktown Canal.
Artist Paul Moore is...
Canton Lake reservoir has refilled and was releasing water into the North Canadian River at the rate of 77 cubic feet per second Monday.
Oklahoma City created a stir three years ago when water managers responding to drought drew down Canton Lake to replenish Lake Hefner.
In April 2013,...
Today's featured event:
The Myriad Botanical Gardens' Full Moon Bike Ride and Run returns for a new season at 7 tonight for the run and 8 tonight for the ride. Participants can meet at the Band Shell by the Great Lawn, just off Sheridan Avenue.
Join other runners in a 5K run, led by Ultramax...
By Steve Lackmeyer Business Writer email@example.com | Published: Fri, May 20, 2016
The study by Place Economics was commissioned as Oklahoma lawmakers last month considered cutting the tax credit as part of a an array of possible responses to a $1.3 billion budget shortfall. The historic tax credits were later dropped from incentives targeted for elimination.
By Nathan Poppe Entertainment Writer firstname.lastname@example.org | Updated: Thu, May 19, 2016
Exchange on Film Row organizer Douglas Sorocco called his Dunlap Codding law firm's relocation from a high-rise to Film Row "a move to connect with the community." That connection has never been more obvious than with Friday's Exchange on Film Row, a food trucking, pop-up shopping and musical...
BY STEVE LACKMEYER Business Writer email@example.com | Published: Fri, May 20, 2016
The Downtown Design Review Committee has yet to approve property owner Safdar Muhammad's development at the north entry to the Automobile Alley district near downtown Oklahoma City. The two-month dispute appears to be over the building's balconies.
Oklahoma City's city manager, Jim Couch, received an honorary Doctor of Public Administration degree from Oklahoma City University at commencement exercises on May 7.
Couch was appointed city manager in 2000 and is Oklahoma City's longest-serving city manager.
Don't forget that your ears can get just as hungry as your stomach.
When Oklahoma City's biggest food truck and music celebration returns 6 to 11 p.m June 3 for its newly annual party, you can expect a healthy amount of live performances during the free to attend family- and...