By William Crum, Staff Writer | Updated: Wed, Apr 16, 2014
Advocates of saving the Film Exchange building and incorporating it into the MAPS 3 downtown park say their proposals are dead. Two groups had proposed working the 90-year-old building into the design of the park.
Being truly wealthy has nothing to do with money and everything to do with a living God, a Florida businessman told an audience of 1,250 at the 31st annual Metro Prayer Breakfast, one of Oklahoma City’s most popular prayer gatherings held Tuesday in downtown Oklahoma City.
Renovations at Rose State College’s aquatic center are the first in a series of proposed construction projects that were included in a $21.9 million bond issue approved last year by voters in the Midwest City college’s district.
BY RANDY ELLIS, Capitol Bureau | Published: Wed, Apr 16, 2014
Simmering tensions between the Oklahoma House and Senate boil over onto the House floor Wednesday as House members testily debated a Senate request to take Thursday off to have a four-day Easter holiday.
Speaking in a room crowded with conservative voters, three Republican candidates seeking to represent Oklahoma in the U.S. Senate say out-of-control spending and federal overreach have put the nation on a path to ruin.
Regardless of where emergency care is being delivered, it must be well managed and organized to ensure the best results, said Dr. Eric Beck, associate chief medical officer at American Medical Response and Evolution Health.